George V, Silver Florin 2nd Type
The most difficult denomination of King George V’s coinage to get is the Silver Florin or Two
Shilling Piece. They were made in 500 fine Silver from 1920-1936 and there are two different
types. From 1920-1926 the reverse had four shield set square. From 1927-1936 the shields are set at
an angle and has more elaborate sceptres.
The hoard we bought are in Fine condition and struck in silver. We are offering dates of our choice.
Remember that these Florins are the most difficult denomination of King George V silver coins to
find. We love them and so will you.