Australia, Florin 1927 Can Very Fine

Since Australia went over to the Decimal system 40 years ago, their pre-decimal series is now complete and finished. 91 years ago, in 1927, the first florin was issued. This commemorative was for the new Parliament Building. Struck in Sterling silver we are offering this florin in Very Fine condition.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FAU5105
£22.50
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