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George VI became King after his brother,
King Edward VIII, abdicated in 1936.
George VI's reign oversaw the continued dismantling of the British Empire and it's transformation in to the Commonwealth.
24 pennies = 2 shillings = 1 florin
= 1/10 of a pound.
The first King George VI NZ florin
was minted in 1937, and the last in 1951.
Dates not minted: 1938, 1939, 1952
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All Coin Values resource
1937 to 1951
What is a King George VI New Zealand florin worth?
Values, specifications, and images for New Zealand florin coins from
1937 to 1951.
The King George VI era New Zealand
florin obverse features the bare head
of George VI, facing left.
The reverse design shows a foraging
kiwi (nocturnal, flightless bird), facing
left, with ground line behind.
The words 'NEW ZEALAND' are above
the main design, with 'ONE FLORIN'
and the date below.
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