Australian florin coin

The Reserve Bank of Australia issued Australian Pound coins in 7 different denominations, including this Australian florin coin. They are part of the Australian Pound coins series. The Reserve Bank of Australia started issuing these 0.1 Australian Pound coins in 1938. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1964.

The florin coin was the highest value pre-decimal coin in circulation in Australia. It has a decimal value equivalent to 10p. The silver florin piece features the Commonwealth Coat of Arms: a shield held up by a kangaroo and emu, two native Australian animals. Inside the shield are the symbols for Australia’s six states. Above the shield is a crown. The portrait on the old Australian Shilling coin (2/-) is that of the monarch: Elizabeth II or George VI depending on the year of issue.

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1 AUP = £0.6294200000

You get: £0.06294

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