Edward VII, Double Florin Silver

It is now many years ago the 1st British Patina or retro-patterns were issued. The mintages were small, the quality was high and now we are almost out of most of them. But we do have the Edward VII Double Florin issue on offer, please remember that supplies are limited. Struck in Proof condition, but over the years they have toned some.
Availability: In stock
SKU: PAT601
£69.50
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