New Zealand 100 Dollars 2015 / 2016 Polymer Bird P New Design Au-unc

New Zealand 100 Dollars 2015 / 2016 Polymer Bird P New Design Au-unc

New Zealand 100 Dollars 2015 / 2016 Polymer Bird P New Design Au-unc
NEW ZEALAND 100 DOLLARS 2015 / 2016 POLYMER BIRD P NEW DESIGN AU-UNC. The actual note may have a different serial number, signatures and prefixs. Please use the image as a reference only. FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. Make your listings stand out with FREE Vendio custom templates! The item “NEW ZEALAND 100 DOLLARS 2015 / 2016 POLYMER BIRD P NEW DESIGN AU-UNC” is in sale since Thursday, May 31, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Australia & Oceania\New Zealand”. The seller is “noteshobby” and is located in Bangkok. This item can be shipped worldwide.
New Zealand 100 Dollars 2015 / 2016 Polymer Bird P New Design Au-unc

New Zealand 1990 White Heron Bird, Silver Proof Uncirculated $2 Dollars Coin

New Zealand 1990 White Heron Bird, Silver Proof Uncirculated $2 Dollars Coin
New Zealand 1990 White Heron Bird, Silver Proof Uncirculated $2 Dollars Coin
New Zealand 1990 White Heron Bird, Silver Proof Uncirculated $2 Dollars Coin
New Zealand 1990 White Heron Bird, Silver Proof Uncirculated $2 Dollars Coin

New Zealand 1990 White Heron Bird, Silver Proof Uncirculated $2 Dollars Coin
1990 TWO DOLLARS – Silver. Queen Elizabeth II – Design by Raphael Maklouf. Legend: ELIZABETH II NEW ZEALAND 1990. White Heron – Design by Maurice Conly. Reeded – continuous mill with incused channel & 10 raised dimples. 26.50 mm (diameter). Other options available as well, please ask. All our orders are dispatched between Mondays to Thursday (except public holidays). Customers should satisfy themselves that any item choice made is suitable for their intended purpose or use. You may also be interested in…. View more great items. Add a map to your own listings. The item “NEW ZEALAND 1990 WHITE HERON BIRD, SILVER PROOF UNCIRCULATED $2 DOLLARS COIN” is in sale since Sunday, November 23, 2014. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Australia & Oceania\New Zealand”. The seller is “silvergoldbullion” and is located in Rangiora, default. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Year: 1990
  • Grade: PROOF
  • Composition: Silver

New Zealand 1990 White Heron Bird, Silver Proof Uncirculated $2 Dollars Coin

New Zealand 1 Dollar P169 1989 Original Bundle Unc Queen Bird Animal X 100 Note

New Zealand 1 Dollar P169 1989 Original Bundle Unc Queen Bird Animal X 100 Note

New Zealand 1 Dollar P169 1989 Original Bundle Unc Queen Bird Animal X 100 Note
WE ONLY SELL GUARANTEED GENUINE BANKNOTES AND COINS. Brash, Reserve Bank of New Zealand ORIGINAL pack of 100 pieces runing numbers, bearing the picture of Queen Elizabeth II young portrait and pied fantail, clematis flowers on back. NOT TO BE MISSED. Courier service available on request at an additional cost. We will try to resolve your concern as quickly as possible to your satisfaction. The item “NEW ZEALAND 1 DOLLAR P169 1989 ORIGINAL BUNDLE UNC QUEEN BIRD ANIMAL X 100 NOTE” is in sale since Saturday, May 19, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Australia & Oceania\New Zealand”. The seller is “worldcurrencyandcoin” and is located in Singapore. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: New Zealand
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Type: Collections, Lots
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Region: Australasia
  • Country of Manufacture: New Zealand
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Certification: Uncertified

New Zealand 1 Dollar P169 1989 Original Bundle Unc Queen Bird Animal X 100 Note

New Zealand 50 Dollars 2012 UNC Bird Animal Banknote Polymer FREE Ship World

New Zealand 50 Dollars 2012 UNC Bird Animal Banknote Polymer FREE Ship World
New Zealand 50 Dollars 2012 UNC Bird Animal Banknote Polymer FREE Ship World
New Zealand 50 Dollars 2012 UNC Bird Animal Banknote Polymer FREE Ship World

New Zealand 50 Dollars 2012 UNC Bird Animal Banknote Polymer FREE Ship World
New Zealand 50 Dollars Polymer. Prefix AG Year: 2012. Other banknotes of New Zealand in my shop. You will have One banknote of the bundle. Many banknotes of New Zealand and other in my shop. Many banknotes and coins in my. The item “New Zealand 50 Dollars 2012 UNC Bird Animal Banknote Polymer FREE Ship World” is in sale since Friday, November 07, 2014. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Australia & Oceania\New Zealand”. The seller is “thierry942011″ and is located in Genève. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: New Zealand
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Grade: Uncirculated
  • Grade Designation: uncirculated

New Zealand 50 Dollars 2012 UNC Bird Animal Banknote Polymer FREE Ship World

New Zealand 1990 Kiwi Bird 150 Dollars PCGS PR69 Gold Coin, Proof

New Zealand 1990 Kiwi Bird 150 Dollars PCGS PR69 Gold Coin, Proof
New Zealand 1990 Kiwi Bird 150 Dollars PCGS PR69 Gold Coin, Proof

New Zealand 1990 Kiwi Bird 150 Dollars PCGS PR69 Gold Coin, Proof
Face Value: 150 Dollars. Weight:16.95g 91.7% Gold. Proof KM-77 PCGS PR69. Sell world coins and banknotes to world since 1989. Shopping and hope you will satisfied with our service. The item “New Zealand 1990 Kiwi Bird 150 Dollars PCGS PR69 Gold Coin, Proof” is in sale since Thursday, February 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Australia & Oceania\South Pacific”. The seller is “wucoinbanknote” and is located in Shanghai. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Year: 1990
  • Certification: PCGS
  • Certification Number: 80969021
  • Grade: PR 69
  • Composition: 91.7% Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: New Zealand
  • Region: South Pacific
  • Country: New Zealand

New Zealand 1990 Kiwi Bird 150 Dollars PCGS PR69 Gold Coin, Proof

New Zealand 2009 Icons of New Zealand Kiwi Bird $1 Pure Silver Dollar BU

New Zealand 2009 Icons of New Zealand Kiwi Bird $1 Pure Silver Dollar BU
New Zealand 2009 Icons of New Zealand Kiwi Bird $1 Pure Silver Dollar BU

New Zealand 2009 Icons of New Zealand Kiwi Bird $1 Pure Silver Dollar BU
Get the national symbol of New Zealand, the endangered, flightless kiwi bird, on this hard-to-find, one ounce pure silver reverse proof! Is one of the iconic symbols of New Zealand, made all the more desirable by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand’s execution of this rare and endangered flightless bird in pure silver. Artistically rendered in a reverse prooflike finish (described variously as “specimen” or “bullion”), in which the design or devices are mirrored. The kiwi bird is flanked by an outline or map of New Zealand, dominated by the North and South Islands. This beautiful silver dollar. Is part of the highly collectible series of Pure Silver Kiwis. The obverse design of this series, with the kiwi bird, changes each year, further enhancing its collectibility. The reverse features a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II of the British Commonwealth, of which Australia is a member. They always have extremely low mintage limits. In this case, only 10,000 – so they always sell out at the Mint quickly. The Pure Silver Kiwi has a face value of one dollar. And can be difficult to locate, much less in pristine condition, so we advise you to acquire one when you find them. The Endangered Kiwi Bird. Kiwi are flightless birds endemic to New Zealand, in the genus. The kiwi is a national symbol of New Zealand. Indeed, the association is so strong that the term Kiwi is used as the colloquial moniker for New Zealanders. At around the size of a domestic chicken, kiwi. Are by far the smallest living ratites and lay the largest egg in relation to their body size of any species of bird in the world. There are five recognized species, all of which are endangered; all species have been adversely affected by historic deforestation but currently large areas of their forest habitat are well protected in reserves and national parks. At present, the greatest threat to their survival is predation by invasive mammalian predators. Before the arrival of humans in the 13th century or earlier, New Zealand’s only endemic mammals were three species of bat, so the ecological niches filled by mammals in other parts of the world were taken up by birds (and, to a lesser extent, reptiles) in New Zealand. Although they once numbered in the millions and were found throughout New Zealand, there are now sadly fewer than one hundred thousand kiwi left today. All five species of kiwi are classed as endangered and are rarely seen in the wild. The North Island Brown Kiwi. Was once widespread in lowland bush, but today they are thought only to live in Northland, and some parts of the East and West coasts. The harsh living conditions of the Great Spotted Kiwi. Make life tough-going for potential predators, helping this kiwi to remain more abundant than the other species. The extremely rare Haast Tokoeka. Lives in a very small region of South Westland. The Little Spotted Kiwi. Is now extinct on mainland New Zealand, with the largest remaining population living on predator-free Kapiti Island. The rarest of all species of kiwi is the Rowi. , which is now only found in its natural habitat in the small Okarito region of Westland on the South Island. Natural History of the Kiwi. Kiwi are shy and usually nocturnal. Their mostly nocturnal habits may be a result of habitat intrusion by predators (including humans). In areas of New Zealand where introduced predators have been removed, such as sanctuaries, kiwi are often seen in daylight. They prefer subtropical and temperate forests, but they are being forced to adapt to less-ideal habitat, such as sub-alpine scrub, tussock grassland, and the mountains. Kiwi have a highly developed sense of smell, unusual in a bird, and are the only birds with nostrils at the end of their long beaks. Eat small invertebrates, seeds, grubs, and many varieties of worms. They also may eat fruit, small crayfish, eels and amphibians. Because their nostrils are located at the end of their long beaks, they can locate insects and worms underground without actually seeing or feeling them, due to their keen sense of smell. Once bonded, a male and female kiwi tend to live their entire lives as a monogamous couple. During the mating season, June to March, the pair call to each other at night, and meet in the nesting burrow every three days. These relationships may last for up to 20 years. Usually only one egg is laid per season. Kiwi eggs can weigh up to one quarter the weight of the female. The kiwi lays the biggest egg in proportion to its size of any bird in the world, so even though the kiwi is about the size of a domestic chicken, it is able to lay eggs that are about six times the size of a chicken’s egg. An image of a kiwi bird, one of the national symbols of New Zealand, and the outline of the country of New Zealand with its two main islands. The denomination is indicated. Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II of England, in crowned profile facing right. This portrait, featuring Her Majesty wearing a tiara and pearl earrings, was executed by the sculptor Ian Rank-Broadley. The legend ELIZABETH II and the date of issue also appear. Each coin is encapsulated and sealed inside a blister pack card. Additional information about the kiwi as well as complete specifications and integral certificate of authenticity are included. Reserve Bank of New Zealand. 999 Fine (Pure) Silver. Talisman World Coins and Medals has been in business for more than 25 years and is one of the largest world coin direct distributors and wholesalers in the world. The item “New Zealand 2009 Icons of New Zealand Kiwi Bird $1 Pure Silver Dollar BU” is in sale since Thursday, November 08, 2012. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Australia & Oceania\New Zealand”. The seller is “talismancoins” and is located in Saint Louis, Missouri. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Year: 2009
  • Composition: Silver
  • Country of Manufacture: New Zealand

New Zealand 2009 Icons of New Zealand Kiwi Bird $1 Pure Silver Dollar BU

New Zealand 5 Dollars 171a 1981 Queen Unc Low # Unc Bird Currency Money Banknote

New Zealand 5 Dollars 171a 1981 Queen Unc Low # Unc Bird Currency Money Banknote
New Zealand 5 Dollars 171a 1981 Queen Unc Low # Unc Bird Currency Money Banknote

New Zealand 5 Dollars 171a 1981 Queen Unc Low # Unc Bird Currency Money Banknote
WE ONLY SELL GURANTEED GENUINE BANKNOTES AND COINS. Hardie, Reserve Bank of New Zealand, bearing the picture of Queen Elizabeth II young portrait and Tul bird, banana tree on back. NOT TO BE MISSED. Courier service available on request at an additional cost. We will try to resolve your concern as quickly as possible to your satisfaction. The item “NEW ZEALAND 5 DOLLARS 171A 1981 QUEEN UNC LOW # UNC BIRD CURRENCY MONEY BANKNOTE” is in sale since Friday, October 22, 2010. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Australia & Oceania\Other Oceania Paper Money”. The seller is “worldcurrencyandcoin” and is located in Singapore. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: New Zealand
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated with tone
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Region: Australia & Oceania
  • Exact Type: Queen
  • Item Type: Low serial # Banknote
  • Grade: Ungraded
  • Certification: Uncertified

New Zealand 5 Dollars 171a 1981 Queen Unc Low # Unc Bird Currency Money Banknote

New Zealand 100 Dollars, 2015/2016, P-New, Polymer, Bird, UNC

New Zealand 100 Dollars, 2015/2016, P-New, Polymer, Bird, UNC

New Zealand 100 Dollars, 2015/2016, P-New, Polymer, Bird, UNC
New Zealand 100 Dollars, 2016, P-New, Polymer, Bird, UNC. We don’t make copies. None copies in our store. About Notes & Coins. The actual note may have a different serial number, signaturs and prefixs. Please use the image as a reference only. The notes and coins we sell are 100% real and UNC. We can provide Serial Number for lots notes. Some remote area maybe take a little longer, Please be patient. The item “New Zealand 100 Dollars, 2015/2016, P-New, Polymer, Bird, UNC” is in sale since Thursday, September 14, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Australia & Oceania\New Zealand”. The seller is “asianbanknotes” and is located in Shanghai City. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Type: Banknotes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: New Zealand
  • Country: New Zealand

New Zealand 100 Dollars, 2015/2016, P-New, Polymer, Bird, UNC

New Zealand 1999 Morepork Owl Bird, Uncirculated Silver Proof $5 Dollars Coin

New Zealand 1999 Morepork Owl Bird, Uncirculated Silver Proof $5 Dollars Coin
New Zealand 1999 Morepork Owl Bird, Uncirculated Silver Proof $5 Dollars Coin

New Zealand 1999 Morepork Owl Bird, Uncirculated Silver Proof $5 Dollars Coin
1999 New Zealand FIVE DOLLARS – Morepork. Queen Elizabeth II – Design by Ian Rank-Broadley. Morepork – Design by Michael McHalick. Reeded – continuous mill. 38.61 mm (diameter). Distribution and threat status. Morepork, Little Barrier Island. Morepork are commonly found in forests throughout mainland New Zealand and on offshore islands. They are less common within the drier open regions of Canterbury and Otago. They are classified as not threatened. Morepork are speckled brown with yellow eyes set in a dark facial mask. They have a short tail. The females are bigger than the males. Head to tail they measure around 29cm and the average weight is about 175g. They have acute hearing and are sensitive to light. They can turn their head through 270 degrees. Nocturnal birds of prey. Morepork are nocturnal, hunting at night for large invertebrates including beetles, weta, moths and spiders. They will also take small birds, rats and mice. They fly silently as they have soft fringes on the edge of the wing feathers. They catch prey using large sharp talons or beak. By day they roost in the cavities of trees or in thick vegetation. If they are visible during the day they can get mobbed by other birds and are forced to move. Morepork nest in tree cavities, in clumps of epiphytes or among rocks and roots. The female can lay up to three eggs, but generally two, usually between September and November. The female alone incubates the eggs for about 20 to 30 days during which time the male brings in food for her. Once the chicks hatch, the female stays mainly on the nest until the owlets are fully feathered. They fledge around 37-42 days. Depending on food supply often only one chick survives and the other may be eaten. In Maori tradition the morepork was seen as a watchful guardian. It belonged to the spirit world as it is a bird of the night. Although the more-pork or ruru call was thought to be a good sign, the high pitched, piercing, yelp call was thought to be an ominous forewarning of bad news or events. Other options available as well, please ask. All our orders are dispatched between Mondays to Thursday (except public holidays). Customers should satisfy themselves that any item choice made is suitable for their intended purpose or use. You may also be interested in…. View more great items. The item “NEW ZEALAND 1999 MOREPORK OWL BIRD, UNCIRCULATED SILVER PROOF $5 DOLLARS COIN” is in sale since Monday, December 01, 2014. This item is in the category “Münzen\Münzen International\Australien & Ozeanien\Bullion-Münzen”. The seller is “silvergoldbullion” and is located in Auckaland. This item can be shipped worldwide.
New Zealand 1999 Morepork Owl Bird, Uncirculated Silver Proof $5 Dollars Coin