# What is a 1949 two shillings worth?

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## What is a 1949 two shillings worth?

Value Range

F | VF |
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$0.25 | $0.50 |

## Is a 2 shilling coin worth anything?

The old shilling coin, which became the 5p piece, is now worth £2 – actually beating the rate of inflation since 1971. Unfortunately, “silver” coins minted after 1947 contain no silver and are worth no more than their face value.

## What is a 1950 two shilling coin worth?

Value Range

G | F | UNC |
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$0.50 | $1.00 | $20.00 |

## How much was a shilling worth in 1948?

Value Range

F | EF |
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$0.10 | $1.00 |

## How much is a 1951 two shilling worth?

Value Range

G | F | UNC |
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$0.25 | $0.50 | $25.00 |

## How much is a 1953 two shilling coin worth?

Value Range

F | UNC |
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$0.25 | $8.00 |

## How much is a two shilling coin worth?

It was worth one tenth of a pound, or twenty-four old pence. It should not be confused with the medieval gold florin, which was nominally worth six shillings. In 1968, in the run-up to decimalisation, the two shilling coin was superseded by the decimal ten pence coin, which had the same value and initially the same size and weight.

## What’s the value of a 1949 pound coin?

1949 UK florin value. What is a 1949 florin (two shillings) worth? Values, images, and specifications for the 1949 florin coin from Britain, England, United Kingdom, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland further detail in ‘notes’ European Coin Grading System What do the abbreviations mean? Declan Magee Coins Australian coin and banknote values

## What is the value of a 1949 George VI coin?

1951 UK florin value, George VI All Coin Values directory AllCoinValues.com on Facebook The 1949 UK florin obverse features the bare head of George VI facing left, with the legend: ‘GEORGIVS VI D : G : BR : OMN : REX’ The reverse shows a crowned rose in the center representing England, a thistle bud to the left,

## What was the value of a two shilling coin in 1968?

It should not be confused with the medieval gold florin, which was nominally worth six shillings. In 1968, in the run-up to decimalisation, the two shilling coin was superseded by the decimal ten pence coin, which had the same value and initially the same size and weight.