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The E-Sylum:  Volume 11, Number 14, April 6, 2008, Article 16

NEW ZEALAND COIN ISSUING AUTHORITY: ANOTHER CLARIFICATION

In an earlier item correcting a listing in Whitman's Modern
World Coins book, Martin Purdy stated, "The correct issuing
authority for current New Zealand collector issues is: New
Zealand Post".

Kerry Rogers then noted: "In point of fact The Reserve Bank
of New Zealand has the sole authority to approve any issue
of New Zealand currency.  Currently, the Bank has a commercial
contract with New Zealand Post."

Martin Purdy now adds: "While Kerry's comment is strictly true,
the point (and the purpose of my publicising the error in the
catalogue appendix) is that if collectors want an address to
turn to to acquire current New Zealand 'collector' issues, it
is NZ Post's address that they need, not that of the Reserve Bank."

 NEW ZEALAND COIN ISSUING AUTHORITY: A CLARIFICATION
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  Wayne Homren, Editor

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