King Edward VII Silver Florin

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Delve into British numismatic history with the King Edward VII Silver Florin, a remarkable coin that signifies a dramatic shift in design from the long-standing Victorian aesthetics. Minted between 1902 and 1910, this coin features a re-envisioned Britannia, depicted standing boldly with a shield and spear, crafted by George William de Saulles. Struck from .925 fine silver, the florin weighs 11.3g and measures 28.5mm in diameter. This iconic piece not only reflects the artistry and vision of early 20th-century Britain but also represents a pivotal moment in the evolution of the nation’s coinage. Priced at £75, the King Edward VII Silver Florin is a must-have for collectors who value rich historical narratives and exquisite craftsmanship.

Here’s why it’s a CPM Recommendation:

  • Features a unique redesign from the Victorian era.
  • Crafted by noted engraver George William de Saulles.
  • Composed of high-quality .925 fine silver.
  • A pivotal piece in British numismatic history.

Country of Issue: UK
Dates of issue: 1902-1910
(Please note; dates may vary)
Metal: .925 Fine Silver
Weight: 11.3g
Diameter: 28.5mm
Obverse: Edward VII by George William de Saulles
Reverse: Britannia by George William de Saulles


Numismatic pieces should be owned primarily for collector interest.
CPM does not offer them as an investment and makes no guarantees in terms of future value.

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