There's tight security as a rare collection of Crown Jewels tour New Zealand.
A select few Farmers stores across the country are displaying the replica treasures as a celebration of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Spokesman Dean Cook says the collection includes crowns, crosses and orbs, and a replica of the King's coronation ring.
"These pieces are very precious to us, they're obviously not real jewels but they've been handmade and they were commissioned to be absolute replicas so we have significant security in place as it goes around the country."
Mr Cook says the collection was bought by Farmers in the 1970s from a London jeweller for $10,000.
Photo: Queen Elizabeth II in her jewels (Getty Images)