George VI Florin 1944 Uncirculated

As you know by now, the florin is the hardest denomination to find – they only started making them in 1849. On off er we have some of the last silver florins of George VI – they were struck in 1944, towards the end of the Second World War, the same year as the Allied Invasion of Normandy or D-Day landings in June of 1944. We have a selection of these 1944 florins in Almost Uncirculated and they are 80 years old this year. Grab yourself one of the last silver florins from 1944, a perfect 80th birthday gift for yourself or loved one.
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