The 1924 UK florin obverse features the bare head of King George V facing left, with the surrounding legend:
‘GEORGIVS VD. G. BRITT: OMN: REX F. D. IND: IMP:’
The reverse shows vertically aligned cruciform crowned shields, with four sceptres diagonally between.
The top and bottom shields show three lions representing England, the left a harp representing Ireland, and the right one lion representing Scotland.
The legend ‘ONE FLORIN’ is divided above the main design, with the date divided below.