All Coin Values resource
1933 to 1965
What is a New Zealand crown worth?
Values, specifications, and images for New Zealand crown coins from
1933 to 1965.
New Zealand crown coins were minted
as commemorative coins to celebrate:
- 1935: rememberance of the
- 1949: the proposed royal visit
- 1953: the coronation of Elizabeth II
60 pennies = 5 shillings = 1 crown
= 1/4 of a pound
Value and spec information is sourced from various locations, including coin literature, coin dealers, resource websites, and asking price
for online sales by reputable coin dealers. All values are based on what you might expect to pay to buy a coin from a reputable dealer.
Many factors affect value aside from grade. For the purposes of our estimated values, we assume that the coin has no other detractors.
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Prior to 1933 United Kingdom currency was
the official legal tender of New Zealand,
although Australian coins and notes were
also generally accepted.
The first New Zealand crown was minted in
1935, and the last in 1953.
Dates not minted: 1933 to 1934
1936 to 1948
1950 to 1952
1953 to 1967
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