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Post Office Savings Bank Centenary

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Issue information

As commemorative stamp issues had already been produced for the centenaries of the Postal Service and Telegraph Service it was felt appropriate that a special stamp issue should be produced for the centenary of the Post Office Savings Bank in 1967.

Product Listing for Post Office Savings Bank Centenary

Image Title Description Price
Single Stamp

Single 4d gummed stamp.

Profiles of Queen Victoria and Queen Elizabeth II.

Single Stamp

Single 9d gummed stamp.

This stamp shows the reverse side of a half-sovereign, in circulation in 1867, and the reverse side of a New Zealand dollar coin issued to commemorate the changeover to decimal currency.


Stamp Bulletin

This stamp issue first appeared in New Zealand Post Stamp Bulletin No. 41 in October 1966.

Acknowledgments: Bulletin scanned and provided by John Biddlecombe of the New Zealand Society of Great Britain. Their web site offers further information useful to those interested in the stamps and postal history of New Zealand. Link:

Technical information

Date of Issue: 3 February 1967
Designers: New Zealand Post Office, Wellington
Printers: Harrison and Sons, England
Stamp Size: 25mm x 41mm
Sheet Size: 120 stamps per sheet
Process: Photogravure
Performance Gauge: 14 x 14.75
Paper Type: Chalk surfaced, multiple NZ and star watermark
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