New Zealand, Sixpence (Huia Bird) 1953 - 1965 Very Fine

In July 1967 New Zealand decimalised its currency, replacing the pound with the decimalised New Zealand dollar. This came 18 months after neighbouring Australia introduced its own decimal currency. Until then the NZ pound followed the Sterling pattern of 20 shillings to the pound, and 12 pence to the shilling. We have found a number of the last sixpences issued under Queen Elizabeth II between 1953 and 1965, which we can now offer in Very Fine condition. The reverse of the coin shows the now-extinct huia bird.
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