Issued April 1991
Landscapes - Okarito Lagoon
Landscapes - Lindis Pass
Landscapes - Pine Plantation
Landscapes - Middlemarch Rd
7NZLB & 7NZDB
The $5 card is known in two shades. The
sky is deep blue in the original and a pale blue in the other. The
difference is also notable in the blue colour of the water.
The $5 card is also notable for the many
constant dot and spot flaws that occur. One of the more prominent
varieties has a black mark in the top right corner,
A number of $5 cards were issued in a
folder, illustrated below, as part of a Link'n'Lock advertising
The $10 card has control number 7NZLL, it should have been 7NZLC.
There is an unlisted variety in a $10
card that I have, the shade is lighter and it also has a six digit
number 456217 at the base of the reverse.
$10 cards are miss-aligned and the top of the mountain is slightly cut
This card is also known with a constant flaw, a mark that looks like a
Hang Glider, sitting on top of the foothills on the far right.
The $50 card has two printings, with a colour shade difference.
The first print is a deep green shade, while the second print is a milky
There is also a known constant flaw on the second
printing. It has a small red dot at the bottom of the second "e" in Telecom.
The cards were available in a limited edition Telecom Presentation
Album, illustrated below.
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