In what year were the 0.1 and 0.2 removed from New Zealand circulation?
A New Zealand Two dollar note has zero value as cash. The New Zealand currency has one dollar and two dollar coins. The bills or notes of those values were removed from circulation around 1990. It is possible to exchange it at the Reserve Bank of New Zealand for its current value even though it is no longer legal tender.
Zero. No New Zealand general circulation coin has had any silver content since 1946. The only exception to this is the 1949 and 1953 Crown (Five Shilling) coins. From 1947 to 2006, all New Zealand general circulation "silver" coins were made from a copper-nickel alloy. From 2006 onwards, all New Zealand general circulation "silver" coins were made from nickel plated steel.