The Queen Victoria Silver Double Florin


 
 
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The Queen Victoria Silver Double Florin 

One of the shortest-lived British coin denominations in history

  • Only issued between 1887 and 1890
  • Struck in Solid Silver by The Royal Mint
  • Featuring famous ‘Jubilee Head’ portrait

The Queen Victoria Silver Double Florin remains consistently sought-after on the secondary market as one of the shortest-lived British coin denominations ever. First struck in Solid Silver by The Royal Mint in 1887, the monarch’s 'Golden Jubilee' year marking fifty years since her Accession, it features Sir Joseph Boehm’s famous ‘Jubilee Head’ portrait. Due to confusion with the crown, the last ever Silver Double Florin was minted just four years later in 1890. With high demand levels expected in the 200th Anniversary year of Victoria's birth and limited numbers available at The Jubilee Mint – early ordering is recommended. Comes complete with luxury Presentation Case and Certificate of Authenticity. 

Diameter:    36.00mm
Weight: 22.60g
Metal: 925/1000 Sterling Silver 
Country of issue: UK (The Royal Mint)

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