1974 New Zealand Royal Visit Honours
1974 New Zealand Royal Visit Honours were appointments by Elizabeth II to the Royal Victorian Order, to mark her visit to New Zealand that year. The Queen was accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, the Prince of Wales, Princess Anne and Captain Mark Phillips on the tour, and attended the 10th British Commonwealth Games in Christchurch and celebrations at Waitangi to mark New Zealand Day. The honours were announced at the conclusion of the tour on 7 and 8 February 1974. 
The recipients of honours are displayed here as they were styled before their new honour.
Royal Victorian Order Knight Grand Cross (GCVO) Knight Commander (KCVO) Commander (CVO) Member, fourth class (MVO)
In 1984, Members of the Royal Victorian Order, fourth class, were redesignated as Lieutenants of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO).
 Member, fifth class (MVO) Andrew George Berriman – superintendent,
New Zealand Police Force Richard Butler
Donald Claude Gordon
Christine Ann Major
Katherine Maclean Wood Royal Victorian Medal Silver (RVM) Raymond George Hawthorn
Arthur Trevor Humphrey Broughton
Sergeant Peter Forbes Orr – New Zealand Police Force References
"No. 46280". . 3 May 1974. p. 5485. The London Gazette
"Royal tours". New Zealand History. Ministry for Culture and Heritage. 11 July 2014 . Retrieved . 27 September 2018
"A complete guide to the British Orders of Knighthood". Royal Central. 30 December 2014 . Retrieved . 27 September 2018
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