1940 George VI Silver Florin. The coin is struck from 0.500 fine silver.
Florins, or "2 Shillings" of George VI were issued from 1937 to 1951. No florins were issued in 1952.
The coin has a milled edge.
Bust of George VI facing left by T. Humphrey Paget. The engraver's initials H.P. can be seen under the neck near the right hand side.
The obverse inscription reads:
GEORGIUS VI DG BR OMN REX
The design of the reverse shows a crowned rose, with a thistle above a letter G at the left, and a shamrock above the letter R at the right. The inscription reads FID DEF IND IMP TWO SHILLINGS (DATE). The engraver's initials K.G. (G. Kruger Gray) can be seen on either side of the rose stem near the bottom of the coin.
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