James Cook has appeared regularly on New Zealand stamps. The two-shilling stamp of the 1935 pictorial issue showed Cook being greeted by Māori on his first landing at Poverty Bay on 8 October 1769. This scene first appeared on one of the stamps issued to mark the Christchurch Exhibition in 1906.
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New Zealand Post
Reference: 1935 Pictorials stamp issue
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