What is a New Zealand half crown worth?

What is a New Zealand half crown worth?

Half Crown 1948, Coin from New Zealand – detailed information

Mint Grade 2018
Royal Mint Uncirculated (UNC) 671.31
Royal Mint Almost Uncirculated (aUNC) 272.86
Royal Mint Extra Fine (EF, XF) 88.87
Royal Mint Very Fine (VF) 8.43

How much is a 1949 New Zealand half crown worth?

VG F Unc
$1.50 $3.70 $522+

Are half crowns worth any money?

From the reign of Elizabeth I Half Crowns were issued in every reign until the coins were discontinued in 1967. The Half Crown did not display its value on the reverse until 1893. They are very collectible antique coins and are very popular as such.

What is the value of a half crown?

two shillings and sixpence
The half crown was a denomination of British money, equivalent to two shillings and sixpence, or one-eighth of a pound.

What is a New Zealand half crown?

The composition of the New Zealand silver half crown coins (1933 to 1946) was 50% silver, 40% copper, 5% zinc and 5% nickel….Half Crown (Silver), Coin Type from New Zealand – detailed information.

Country New Zealand
Size 32.000 mm
Mass 14.100 g

What is a 1953 NZ crown worth?

VG F Unc
$2.00 $4.20 $20+

How much is a 1963 half crown worth?

Value Range

$0.25 $5.00

How much is a Queen Elizabeth coronation coin worth?

To commemorate the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 this crown coin was issued. It has a value of Five Shillings, the equivalent of 25 pence post-decimalisation.

How much is a 1947 half crown worth today?

Value Range

$0.25 $10.00

How much is a 1962 half crown worth?

What NZ coins are valuable?

Apart from the 2004 five-cent piece other coins with low mintages include the most sought-after New Zealand coin, the Waitangi Crown. A total 1128, including 364 proof examples, were issued in 1935. By contrast there were 200,020 1949 Royal Visit crowns struck and 257,000 1953 Coronation Crowns.

What is the crown in New Zealand?

So the Crown, the executive in New Zealand if you like is the is is the inheritor of the obligations that the Queen took on in 1840. Ah, the public service operates in the name of The Crown and so The Crown is the head of state as well.