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King Edward VII era UK florin values, 1902 to 1910
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King George VI era UK florin values, 1937 to 1951
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Florin coins were first introduced under

Victoria, then were circulated under

all monarchs, except Edward VIII.


24 pennies = 2 shillings

= 1 florin = 1/10 of a pound


The first United Kingdom florin was

minted in 1849, with the last circulation

issue dated 1967, prior to decimilisation.


Florins were minted in 1968, with the date

of 1967, and proofs were made in 1970.

   The United Kingdom florin obverse

features the monarch of the time, encircled

by a legend describing their titles.


The reverse designs changed relatively

frequently, compared to other denominations,

and generally significantly on each change.


The UK florin composition was initially

92.5% silver, until debased to 50% silver in

1920, then changing to cupro-nickel in 1947.


Further detail

Queen Victoria era UK florin values

Victoria

1849 to 1901

pending

All Coin Values resource

website


UK coin values

florin

1849 to 1967

Florin Values - United Kingdom

Florin

What is a florin from the United Kingdom worth?

Values, images, and specifications for florin (two shilling) coins from the UK, Great Britain,

England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales, dependancies, and British colonies from 1849 to 1967.

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