George VI, Florin 1948 About Uncirculated

The coinage of George VI is very important. First they removed the silver from our coins, then India became independent and they had to change the legend on British coins and new designs were issued. The ‘new’ cupro-nickel coins of King George VI were only issued for two years 1947 and 1948 before the legend had to be changed. We offer the Florin, the scarcest denomination of 1948 in About Uncirculated. Please remember that this type coin was only issued for two years. These coins are not easy to find in such high grades.
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SKU: UFL48R
£12.00
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