Mint mark: None
166 rim denticles on reverse. Legend has flat-base lettering.
As far as I am aware, there has been no report of any varieties of this coin
- until now (19/12/1999).
2nd 1 in date is upright and is positioned slightly to the left of a gap between two rim denticles. The second and third 1s converge.
2nd 1 in date leans slightly to the left and is positioned directly over the gap between two rim denticles. The final two 1s are almost parallel.
Enlargement of the date portion of the first 1911 florin showing the upright orientation
of the second 1 and its alignment neither directly over a rim denticle nor directly
over the gap between denticles..|
Enlargement of the date of the second 1911 florin above showing how the second 1
in the date is tilted slightly and is aligned directly over a gap between two rim
And then there were three ...
Just after I had prepared and published the page as above, along came this coin:
This one doesn't quite match either of the two varieties shown above although it
is more similar to the first than the second.|
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