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Australia 1910 Florin

Mint:London Mintage:1,250,000 Milling:Reeded
Weight:11.31 grams Diameter:28.5 mm Composition:92.5% Silver, 7.5% Copper
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Wear
Obverse 1 - English
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Wear
Reverse A - London
Designer: George William De Saulles (Initials 'DES.' raised below truncation)
Design:Right facing profile of Edward VII
Legend:EDWARDVS VII D: G: BRITT: OMN: REX F: D: IND: IMP: •
Denticle Count:167 teeth
Mint mark: None
Designer: William Henry James Blakemore (no attribution)
Design:Star above a Kangaroo and Emu standing left and right of the Armorial Ensigns of the Commonwealth of Australia. 'ADVANCE AUSTRALIA' in ribbon below. ∋ ∈
Legend:ONE FLORIN - TWO SHILLINGS
Denticle Count:166 teeth
Mint mark: None
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Value
BM
Ad
NP
8
Good
VG10
10
VG
F12
12
about F
F15
15
Fine
VF20
20
good F
VF25
25
about VF
VF30
30
Very Fine
VF35
35
good VF
EF40
40
about EF
EF45
45
Ext Fine
AU50
50
good EF
AU53
53
about Unc
AU55
58+
virt Unc
AU58
58-60
Uncirc
MS60
58-61
Uncirc
MS61
58-62
Uncirc
MS62
63-64
Choice Unc
MS63
64-65
near Gem
MS64
65-66
Gem
MS65
66-67
Gem
MS66
67-68
Gem
MS67
68
near Flaw
MS68
69
virt Flaw
MS69
70
Flawless
MS70
Proof
BV
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
BV
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
$12
+
NGC
1
 
PCGS
 
 
$20
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
$30
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
$40
+
NGC
3
 
PCGS
1
 
$50
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
1
 
$75
+
NGC
1
 
PCGS
2
 
$125
+
NGC
4
 
PCGS
2
 
$175
+
NGC
3
 
PCGS
6
 
$225
+
NGC
4
 
PCGS
5
 
$300
+
NGC
8
 
PCGS
20
 
$600
+
NGC
14
 
PCGS
24
1
$1000
+
NGC
1
 
PCGS
 
 
$1250
+
NGC
1
 
PCGS
6
 
$1750
+
NGC
9
 
PCGS
32
2
$2500
+
NGC
10
 
PCGS
34
1
$4000
+
NGC
7
 
PCGS
29
3
$8000
+
NGC
2
 
PCGS
6
1
$15000
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
$27500
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
$55000
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
-
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
-
+
NGC
 
 
PCGS
 
 
Y
BM
Benchmark
Ad
Adjectival
NP
NGC/PCGS
Collectable grades
Does not exist by definition

Investment grades
-
Unlikely to exist

Aspirational grades
BV
Bullion or metal value

Not known in these grades
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Value as above
Proof
Y (Yes)
N (Not known)
Last updated September 2018
Notes:
Australia's first florin was struck by the Royal Mint, London and bears the portrait of Edward VII who died in May of that year. It is a one-year type.