The Edward VII Florin was only issued for a single year in 1910, the first year of Australian coinage. The reverse features the Australian Coat of Arms with ONE FLORIN - TWO SHILLINGS on the top and the date on the bottom. The obverse effigy was designed by George W. De Saules and depicts Edward VII right facing and crowned.
A year earlier in 1909 a unique uniface florin trial was produced featuring a map of Australia. This trial is currently held by the Royal Mint in London.