George VI, Silver Florin Gem Uncirculated, 1945

1945 was the next to last year that our coinage was struck in silver, the penultimate year. The Florin is the second largest denomination struck and as most collectors know, the most difficult denomination to get. King George VI was on the throne, by the way a Florin was two shillings, today it is 10 pence. The coins on offer are not only struck in Silver but they are in Gem Uncirculated condition, you just cannot get any higher grade then Gem. Supplies are of course very limited, but think what a fantastic type coin these will make.
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SKU: SGM216-4165
£39.50
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