New Zealand is proud to present the 75 Years of the Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) Coin, the only New Zealand legal tender coin that has been officially authorised by the RNZAF to commemorate 75 years of military air operations in New Zealand. Presented alongside a finely crafted enamel RNZAF official pin.
The RWC 2011 Webb Ellis Cup Coin is the first coin of the Official Rugby World Cup 2011 product range. Government issued and New Zealand legal tender, the $1 coin is produced to the highest standards of craftsmanship. This 2011 is issued by struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver.
The New Zealand is proud to present the world’s first ever All Blacks coin and it’s all black! The "2011 All Blacks Coin: the silver fern" encapsulates the silver fern in all its glory. Distinctive for its silver underside, the native ponga fern is well known as part of New Zealand’s national identity, and is the trademarked symbol of the internationally...
The 2011 Icons of New Zealand coin issue places the silver fern and kiwi side by side, just as they are in nature. The silver fern provides the kiwi with everything it needs to survive – shelter, food and water. It is the most recognisable feature of New Zealand’s unique ecosystem and an icon close to the hearts of all New Zealanders.
The 2012 Kiwi Kowhai Flower is the first coin of a new series ‘Kiwi Treasures’, an all-new chapter in the story in which the kiwi is united with a fascinating selection of New Zealand treasures. The coin captures the kōwhai in full bloom, providing a beautiful accompaniment to the image of the New Zealand kiwi.
The second in a three-year series that presents New Zealand’s most loved bird, the kiwi, together with another distinctly ‘New Zealand’ icon. The Southern Cross image in 2010 follows on from the map of New Zealand in 2009.
The proof currency set is the supreme collectable of this issue. A stylish, premium-quality presentation case displays the $5 pure silver Yellow-eyed Penguin coin alongside a complete collection of proof-quality 2011 New Zealand currency coins. This valuable product will make a stunning addition to your collection, or a timeless gift for an animal lover...
Considered to be the world’s rarest penguin, the Yellow-eyed Penguin which for the past eight years has showcased native endangered species. This $5 coins pay tribute to the plight of this flightless bird, arguably New Zealand’s most adorable native. This 2011 is issued by struck from 1oz of 99.9% pure silver.
The Heitiki is an internationally recognized and lasting symbol of Maori art, past and present. It is used as inspiration for this stunning coin was carved from local pounamu (New Zealand greenstone) by the renown Maori artist Raponi.