Close-up of privately issued pennies of Dunstable House. Dunstable House was the original name of Ballantynes and William Pratt owned it before he sold out to Ballantynes in 1882.
Banks Avenue Primary School pupils spelling out the word "hope" with coins on their school playground for Operation Hope, a fundraiser for Ethiopians. Pictured, from left, Perry Lorier, Steven Magrath...
Close-up of the master model of the New Zealand 10 cent coin.
Close-up of the master model of the New Zealand 5 cent coin.
Julia Allen with a parking metre on Rolleston Avenue, one of the few metres in the central city which accepts 20c and 10c coins but not 5c coins.
Close-up of one dollar and two dollar coins upon their release. The coins are held up to a woman's face to establish scale.
Leo van Vuuren, a Reserve Bank Officer, with 1 and 2 cent coins at a collection point as these are taken out of circulation.
Three children, from left, Lewis Hampton, Rosemary Hajek and Judith Worthington at the Christchurch Star Office with a jar pre-decimal money to raise money for Glenelg Health Camp.
Close-up of the reverse side of New Zealand coins, from left, commemorative one dollar, 50 cent, 20 cent, 10 cent, 5 cent and top from left, two dollar and one dollar coins. All coins were...
Coin dealer, Peter Alexandre, holding a proof set from 1974 depicting the Commonwealth Games in Christchurch.