New Zealand uses the New Zealand Dollar as its circulation currency for daily transactions. The country also issues a number of commemorative and collector coins, including in the internationally popular gold one-ounce format (abbreviated as 1 oz Au, where "Au" comes from the Latin word for gold, Aurum). Authorised by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, the official issuer of these coins is NZ Post - which also issues the country's postal stamps. Manufacturing of the coins is commissioned to various foreign mints.
The coins are "Non-Circulating Legal Tender" (NCLT) and not bullion because they are issued at prices much higher than their intrinsic value and are targeted at collectors who appreciate them for their artistic or sentimental value, and not at bullion investors.
|Gold Ounce 2013 Maori Art - Koru||250||Queen Elizabeth II - Fourth Portrait||NEW ZEALAND ELIZABETH II 2013|
|Gold Ounce 2017 Taniwha||250||Queen Elizabeth II - Fourth Portrait||NEW ZEALAND ELIZABETH II 2017|
|Gold Ounce 2022 Platinum Jubilee||96||Queen Elizabeth II - Fourth Portrait||NEW ZEALAND .9999 Au 1oz ELIZABETH II 2022|
|Gold Ounce 2022 Matariki||150||Queen Elizabeth II - Fourth Portrait||NEW ZEALAND .9999 Au 1oz ELIZABETH II 2022|
|Gold Ounce 2023 King Charles III Coronation||74||King Charles III - Portrait by Stephen Fuller||CHARLES III · NEW ZEALAND .9999 Au 1oz 2023|
|Gold Ounce 2023 Rūaumoko - Guardian of Volcanoes||99||Queen Elizabeth II - Fourth Portrait||NEW ZEALAND .9999 Au 1oz ELIZABETH II 2023|
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