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1947 George VI Two Shillings, Florins, Coins - N4

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1947 George VI Two Shillings, Florins, Coins - N4
1947 George VI Two Shillings, Florins, Coins - N4

1947 George VI Two Shillings, Florins, Coins - N4

1947 George VI Two Shillings, florins, coins - N4
British, two shilling, shilling, George VI, florins, coins, colompo

With the Portrait of King George VI facing left and Crowned Tudor rose flanked by thistle and shamrock, legend above, denomination and date below. 

Get a pice of the History,  this coin has about 70 Years Old you can add it to your collection, and let it to your next member of the family, it can stay from generation to other infinitively

Country    United Kingdom
Issued from:     1936     
Issued until:     1952
Value    2 Shillings = 1 Florin 
Metal    Copper-nickel
Weight    11.30 g
Diameter    28.5 mm
Thickness    2.5 mm
Shape    Round
Orientation    Medal alignment 


British, two shilling, shilling, George VI, florins, coins, colompo


George VI (1936–1952)
King George VI's florins, produced each year between 1937 and 1951, look very like the one planned for his brother Edward VIII. The obverse shows the left-facing effigy of the king inscribed GEORGIVS VI D G BR OMN REX, while the reverse shows a crowned rose flanked by a thistle and shamrock, with G below the thistle and R below the shamrock, and the inscription FID DEF IND IMP TWO SHILLINGS date until 1948, and without the IND IMP from 1949, in acknowledgement of India's independence. 

From 1947 the metal content was changed, as for all British silver coins, to 75% copper, 25% nickel. This removal of all the silver meant that most of the earlier coins which contained silver were removed from circulation fairly quickly.

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