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1910 Florin Unc (PCGS MS62)

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1910 Florin Unc (PCGS MS62)

Move this coin in the light and there's plenty of sparkle in the fields.

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Description:

FLORIN King Edward VII 1910 Obverse: Coronate bust of Edward VII to left legend around Reverse: Coat of Arms date and legend. Unc (PCGS MS 62)

Move this coin in the light and there's plenty of sparkle in the fields.

The 1910 florin has a rather low relief when compared to later dates that bear the portrait of King George V. As a result, many mint state examples of the 1910 florin, have a lot of light bagmarks in the obverse fields, as well as across the portrait of Edward VII.

This coin has sharp detail across the high points either side, and has a pleasing sparkle underlying the patina.

Click the PCGS icon below to verify the certificate details for this coin directly on the PCGS website.

PCGS Certificate Verification 32295344