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National Savings Bonds were first used in 1940, known as Victory Bonds, they were redeemable five years from the date of issue and were a means of encouraging New Zealanders to save money and provide the government with a revenue stream for the war effort. Two bonds issued 20 September 1944.
Department
Archives
Production Date
1944

Archive Contents

  Part 1

Two victory bonds A046274 and A046275

Envelope and wrapper associated with bonds

Accession No
ARC2008-334

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