Edward VII, Florin Full Date Set

In the short reign of King Edward VII 1901-1910 the most difficult coin to find in collectable condition is the Florin. As most collectors know the Florin, in general, is the most difficult coin to find. After all the first Florin was only issued in 1849. The trouble with the King Edward VII florins is that the date is in too high a relief. It is on the highest part of the coin, so it is also the first thing to wear off. You would be surprised at how many florins we get offered with the date worn off. Without the date, they are just not good enough for our collectors. We bought a very nice group from a dealer who had been hoarding these Edward VII Florins for years. All his coins had a readable date, so I quickly scooped them up. Add a dated and readable Edward VII Florin to your collection!
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SKU: CEG5105
£42.50
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