1951 '50 Years of Federation' Commemorative Florin

The 1951 '50 Years of Federation' commemorative florin reverse shows a mace crossed with a sword, with the royal crown above, a star below, and the Southern Cross in the background.

Either side are the dates '1901' and '1951', with the words 'AUSTRALIA' above, and 'FLORIN' below.

The obverse shows the bare head of King George VI facing left, with the legend: 'GEORGIVS VI D:G:BR:OMN:REX FIDEI DEF.'

This coin had a change to obverse legend, reflecting India's independence from the United Kingdom.

Minted in Melbourne, Australia with an approximate mintage of 2,000,000.

Struck on a 50 percent Silver (.500) planchet weighing 11.31 grams and with a diameter of 28.5mm.

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