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1952 Specimen Florin

George VI


The 1952 specimen florin was produced as a representation piece of the 1952 florin along side the 1952 proof of record strike. The proof can be distinguished by a slightly softer strike central strike and more intense mirrored surfaces while the specimen striking has a sharper strike but a dulled semi-brilliant finish. Both pieces can be considered rare with fewer than 10 pieces between them but with no recent market appearances, very little can be done to estimate their value.

A coin struck from an early circulation die state, not intended for circulationA proof or specimen strike intended to represent a circulation piece produced for mint recordsThe open fields of a coin
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