New Zealand 1963 Halfpenny VIP Proof about Fleur de Coin

New Zealand 1963 Halfpenny VIP Proof about Fleur de Coin

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  • A genuine New Zealand predecimal Proof halfpenny.
  • Known by perhaps as few as 20 to 30 examples.
  • Struck at the Royal Mint, London.
  • Bears the Mary Gillick portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
  • Produced for archival purposes and for distribution to VIPs.
  • Offered in near flawless aFDC condition.
  • Remarkably affordable considering the rarity.

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A fantastic opportunity to secure a genuine predecimal Proof coin from the reign of Queen Elizabeth II, New Zealand’s 1963 Halfpenny Proof is historic, beautiful, rare and surprisingly affordable!

The 1963 Halfpenny Proof was struck at the Royal Mint, London, early in the record-breaking reign of Queen Elizabeth II. As with most predecimal coinage, it was created for archival purposes and, fascinatingly, for distribution to VIPs. Although the mintage is unknown, the infrequent appearances on the market over the years has led experts to estimate that perhaps as few as 20 to 30 examples of the 1963 Halfpenny Proof were struck.

A virtually flawless example of this rare New Zealand Proof coin, the single available example has been graded at aFDC. With just one coin available, immediate action is a must – click add to cart now!

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Country of IssueNew Zealand
Year of Issue1963
MetalCopper Alloy
GradeAbout FDC
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