George V Florins


1911
1912
1913
1914
1915
1916
1917 1918
1919
1920
1921
1922
1923
1924
1925
1926

1928
1929
1930
1931
1932
1933

1935
1936




1911

1911 1911

1912

Ever noticed how the years after a Coronation are Scarce in high grade?

1903, 1912, 1938, 1954

Because they weren't new any more, people didn't hoard them

1912 1912

1913

You will struggle to find 1913s in higher grade than this

1913 1913

1914

Three different reverse dies to look out for, for 1914 Most coins are Reverse E; C and D are much scarcer

1914 2+C 1914 2+C
1914 2+D 1914 2+D
1914 2+E 1914 2+E

1915

As more and more people near completing their date runs, I think the Scarce dates, like this one, are getting scarcer.  And the common dates are getting commoner.  Just an observation...

1915 1915

1916

1916 1916

1917

Top grade examples of this date are very difficult to get your hands on

1917 1917

1918

1918 1918
1918 1918

1919

1919 1919

1920

Quite apart from the varieties, 1920 florins display a very steep grade gradient. VF specimens are Common, EF Scarce, and As Struck coins are Rare.

1920 2+E1 1920 2+E1
1920 2+E2 1920 2+E2
1920 3+E 1920 3+E

1921

1921 1921

1922

1922 1922

1923

1923 2+E 1923 2+E
1923 3+E 1923 3+E

1924

1924 florins display a very steep grade gradient. VF specimens are Common, EF Scarce, and As Struck coins are Rare.

1924 1924

1925

1925 florins are a well known key date, and hence are common in worn condition. Top grade examples are very difficult to find.

1925 1925

1926

1926 florins display a very steep grade gradient. VF specimens are Common, EF Scarce, and As Struck coins are Rare.

1926 1926

1927


1928

1928 1928

1929

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1930

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1931

1931 1931

1932

1932 florins are a well known key date, and hence are common in worn condition. Top grade examples are very difficult to find, and are rated R2 by Cope and Rayner.

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1933

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1935

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1936

1936 1936