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History/Background Information: Two shilling or florin series struck in British West Africa, a collection of British colonies encompassing modern day Ghana, Nigeria, Sierra Leone and The Gambia. Struck between 1913 and 1952. Struck at the Heaton Mint in Birmingham, England.

Certification: NGC MS62 (Choice Unc/MS)

Condition Notes: A beautifully rendered florin bestowed with silky luster and superior toning. This coin deilvers an in-hand experience far superior to its grade. Rarely seen for sale despite it's high mintage and conditionally scarce with only 4 coins grading MS62 and only a single coin better.


Mintage: 7 294 000


POP Statistics: 4 in MS62 with only 1 better (2nd Finest)

Reference: Standard Catalog of World Coins (Krause) - KM#13

British West Africa: 1918-H Two Shillings (Florin) NGC Certified MS62

R2 500,00Price
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