New Zealand Decimal 50 Conference Report

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Andrew Clifford’s book on New Zealand Training Banks and Early Paper Currency launched at the Decimal 50 Conference.
Robert Pepping’s New Zealand History Coined, which not only looks at all of New Zealand’s coins from 1933 to 1965 but also contains information on other significant numismatic items and events such as the New Zealand Pattern Penny of 1879, the Royal Visit Medal of 1953 and the proposed coinage of King Edward VIII.


Proud authors with their publications flanked by the presidents of the RNSNZ and the Numismatic Society of Auckland

RNSNZ President, David Galt, Addresses the Decimal 50 Conference delegates.

Michael Reed’s ‘Trump – Me First’ as seen at Artis Gallery’s Medal Artists New Zealand’s Upheaval — Reconstruct exhibition.
Another piece of medallic art at the Medal Artists New Zealand’s “Upheaval — Reconstruct” exhibition at Artis Gallery in Parnell, Auckland.
Paul Beadle’s design, similar to that he submitted for the 20c in 1967 as part of the transition to decimal currency
Australian sculptor Andor Meszaros portrait medal by Paul Beadle. Part of MANZ’s “Upheaval — Reconstruct” exhibition at Artis Gallery.
Ursula Kampmann of Coinsweekly presents her talk on Greek Gods at the Decimal 50 Conference Dinner
Jack Harwood of the Postal Orders Society presents his fascinating talk on New Zealand’s Postal Notes from 1886 to 1986.
Mike Carter of the Queensland Numismatic Society presents his paper on the tokens of Auckland.