British predecimal two shillings (florin) coin
British predecimal two shillings (florin) coin

British predecimal two shillings (florin) coin

The Royal Mint issued British Pound coins in 5 different denominations, including this British predecimal two shillings (florin) coin. They are part of the predecimal and withdrawn Pound Sterling coins series. The Royal Mint started issuing these 0.1 British Pound coins in 1893. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1970.

The coin of two shillings is also known as a ‘florin’ or a ‘two-bob bit’. This cupronickel coin has the same value as a modern 10p coin: It is the equivalent of 1/10 of a Pound Sterling. The two shillings piece has multiple designs, featuring either a floral design or a lion. On the reverse side of the predecimal British florin coin is the portrait of the Monarch (King George VI or Queen Elizabeth II).

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1 GBP = £0.75000

You get: £0.08

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