The 1960 florin, along with the 1962 florin are the two easiest Elizabeth II florins in the series to acquire in mint state. The particularly bold strikes that year ensured the availability of superior examples, with
the 1960 being available right up to MS67. Despite this, being such a large coin, they are often found with numerous
which usually preclude gradings beyond MS64 which leaves the average mint state grading of
MS63 to MS64. Usually 2 or 3 coins per mint roll of 20 coins make MS65, which is well above average
for the series, though finding examples beyond MS65 can be a real challenge.
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