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All Coin Values resource
NZ half crown
1933 to 1935
What is a King George V New Zealand half crown worth?
Values, specifications, and images for New Zealand half-crown coins from
1933 to 1935.
The King George V era New Zealand
half crown obverse features the crowned
bust of George V, facing left.
The reverse shows the NZ Shield of Arms
with Maori designs, the Southern Cross,
a sheaf of wheat, a lamb suspended by a
ribbon, and mining hammers, with 3 ships
in between. Above is the royal crown.
The words 'NEW ZEALAND HALF CROWN'
and date surround the main design.
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George became King after the death of his
father, King Edward VII, in 1910.
In 1917 King George V relinquished all German
titles and changed the house and family name
from 'Saxe-Coburg and Gotha' to 'Windsor',
due to anti-german sentiment in the UK
resulting from the Great War.
30 pennies = 2 shillings and 6 pence
= 1 half crown = 1/8 of a pound
The first King George V NZ half crown
was minted in 1933, and the last in 1935.
Dates not minted: 1936
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