New Zealand pound

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The pound (symbol £, or NZ£ for distinction) was the currency of New Zealand from 1840 until 1967, when it was replaced by the New Zealand dollar.wikipedia
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New Zealand dollar

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The pound (symbol £, or NZ£ for distinction) was the currency of New Zealand from 1840 until 1967, when it was replaced by the New Zealand dollar.
Prior to the introduction of the New Zealand dollar in 1967, the New Zealand pound was the currency of New Zealand, which had been distinct from the pound sterling since 1933.

Shilling

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Like the British pound, it was subdivided into 20 shillings (symbol s) each of 12 pence (symbol d).
New Zealand shillings, twenty of which made up one New Zealand pound, were first issued in 1933 and featured the image of a Maori warrior carrying a taiaha "in a warlike attitude" on the reverse.

Penny

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Like the British pound, it was subdivided into 20 shillings (symbol s) each of 12 pence (symbol d).

Reserve Bank of New Zealand

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When the Reserve Bank of New Zealand was established on 1 August 1934 by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand Act 1933, it became the sole issuer of notes.
The Reserve Bank first issued banknotes in 1934, see New Zealand pound.

New Zealand

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The pound (symbol £, or NZ£ for distinction) was the currency of New Zealand from 1840 until 1967, when it was replaced by the New Zealand dollar.

Pound sterling

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Like the British pound, it was subdivided into 20 shillings (symbol s) each of 12 pence (symbol d).

Great Depression

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As a result of the great depression of the early 1930s, the New Zealand agricultural export market to the UK was badly affected.

History of pound sterling in Oceania

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For a more general view of history in the wider region, see History of pound sterling in Oceania.

Treaty of Waitangi

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Commemorative crowns (full crowns, or five shillings, or two half crowns) were minted in 1935, 1949, and 1953 for the Treaty of Waitangi, a royal visit, and the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, respectively.

Elizabeth II

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Commemorative crowns (full crowns, or five shillings, or two half crowns) were minted in 1935, 1949, and 1953 for the Treaty of Waitangi, a royal visit, and the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, respectively.

Bronze

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Union Bank of Australia

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The first bank notes were issued in New Zealand in March 1840 by the Union Bank of Australia at Britannia, now Wellington, then the New Zealand Banking Company followed in September 1840 at Kororareka, now Russell.

Colonial Bank of Issue

Between 1852 and 1856, the Colonial Bank of Issue was the only banknote issuing body.