New Zealand, 1947 Type Set Circulated

In 1947 New Zealand changed their coins over from silver to cupro-nickel. But as India got its independence, they had to change King George VI’s title from Emperor to King the very next year. That makes the 1947 coinage of New Zealand a one year type coinage. You get the Halfcrown, Florin, Shilling, Sixpence and Threepence in cupro-nickel plus the bronze Penny and Halfpenny. They were the first of the new coinage, but they only lasted a year. All coins are in selected circulated condition. Well worth adding to your collection, after all it is George VI and a one year type
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SKU: FNZ1022
£12.50
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