Banks issued their own bank notes until the Reserve Bank of New Zealand was established in 1934. The Bank of Auckland operated for three years in the 1860s. This is a £1 note from 1865. The bank collapsed in 1867 – a run on its funds was averted only when the other trading banks guaranteed its liabilities.
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