1967-2005

1967

Clipped Planchet

1969

Clipped Planchet

1973

Split Planchet

1975

Stye-eyed Koruru Errors

These errors have been listed a few times over the years including the Numismatic Journal November 1985.  Since then they have been forgotten about and not well known.  These errors appear in 1975, 1976, 1977, 1979. This error was pointed out to my by Paul B and since then I have been trying to find more coins with this error.

Please click on a photo to view the gallery so you can see the errors.

 

1976

Clipped Planchet

Stye-eyed Koruru Errors

Please click on a photo to view the gallery so you can see the errors.

Stye-eyed koruru Photos provided by Paul B

1977

Stye-eyed Koruru Errors

Please click on a photo to view the gallery so you can see the errors.

Stye-eyed koruru Photos provided by Paul B

Cud in the B and E

Photos by Trademe user Chefman1

1979

Stye-eyed Koruru Errors

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Clipped Planchet with Stye eyed Koruru

1980

Circulating (left) and Set comparison

 

 

1981

Same Dress design unlike other denominations

 

Stye-eyed Koruru Errors

Clipped Planchet

 

1982

 

1985

Circulating (left) and Set comparison

1987

1988

Circulating Vs Set Comparrison

Double Die

1 A

These Double die coins have most or all of the letters also doubled on the coins but the queens portrait does not appear to be doubled.

1 B

This Die progresses further and starts to deteriorate on the reverse

Number Errors

Doubled Date and letters with cud in top of 9

Doubled Date and cud in top of first 8

Cud in top of second 8

Error Bust

Photos provided by Paul B

1990

150th Anniversary Design

1996

Die Damage

Die so worn that cuds are forming around letters and finer parts of the design

1997

Wrong Planchet

Die Damage

This is the most excessive I have found yet with the die breaking around all parts of the design

I have a number of coins from this die pare as it failed so will try and would out how it deteriorated

2000

10 Cent Struck on 5 cent planchet

Koruru Cuds

1.

2.

2003

Difference between Circulating and Set Varieties

Notice the Date is positioned differently

2004

Double Rim / 10 cent with $1 Obverse Mule

As per article in the Royal Numismatic Society of NZ Journal Number 95 – December 2015

What to look for when searching for this Mule

 

 

Doubled or Slipped die