Česká verze German version English version



Cart: 0 items for € 0

2014 - New Zealand 10 $ - Maori Art - Papatuanuku and Ranginui Gold Proof Coin

Producer:New Zealand Post
Catalogue number:NZZP2014PARA
Denomination:10 NZD
Gold Fineness:Au 999,9/1000
Weight:31,1 g (1 oz)
Diameter:38,74 mm
Mintage (pcs):250
Packaging:gift box, certificate
Date of Issue:06/2014
Price:vyprodáno / sold

2014 Māori Art - Papatūānuku and Ranginui Gold Proof Coin

The creation narrative of Papatūānuku and Ranginui is celebrated in precious 0.9999 gold proof in our 2014 Māori Art coin. With a low mintage of just 250 worldwide, you'll have to be quick to get yours. Pre-order your coin today for late June 2014.


  • The coin depicts Tāne as he separates his parents with all of his might.
  • Coin image is part of a larger work by accomplished Māori artist, Cliff Whiting.
  • Coin is housed in a wakahuia (ornamental carved vessel for storing taonga). The wakahuia is specially designed and carved by contemporary Māori artist Rangi Kipa.
  • Minted from 0.9999 gold
  • Limited worldwide mintage of 250 pcs

The 2014 Māori Art Coin is the fourth coin in New Zealand Post’s Māori Art Coin series. The coin shows Tāne separating Papatūānuku and Ranginui, creating the world of light. The intricate design is based on leading New Zealand artist Cliff Whiting’s mixed media mural, ‘Te wehenga o Rangi rāua ko Papa’ (the separation of heaven and earth). This well known piece of art can be seen in the reading room in the National Library of New Zealand in Wellington.

This 1oz gold proof, legal tender coin has a low worldwide mintage of just 250, so you’ll have to order soon to obtain this special coin. This striking $10 coin is contained within a wakahuia, a carved vessel created for the purpose of holding taonga (treasures).

The wakahuia has been designed and carved from black maire by Rangi Kipa and David Hakaraia. Rangi's work is at the forefront of the contemporary Māori art world. The lid features a double interlocking spiral carved into it, known as a ‘takarangi’. This design represents the separation of Ranginui and Papatūānuku. (Source: http://coins.nzpost.co.nz)


Return to previous page.

  • Ing. Martin Wallek
    Osvoboditelů 5301, CZ-76001 Zlín
  • ID No.: 46285164, VAT No.: CZ7301274167
  • Tel.: +420-577 21 21 12
  • E-mail: info@e-mince.cz
News by e-mail

Enter your e-mail to sign up for news and actions.

© 2022 Ing. Martin Wallek . Application for internet shopping EasyShop® 3.9 © IT STUDIO s.r.o.

Show the cookies panel.