The 1951 UK florin obverse features the bare head of George VI facing left, with the legend: ‘GEORGIVS VI D : G : BR : OMN : REX’
The reverse shows a crowned rose in the centre representing England, a thistle bud to the left, representing Scotland, and a shamrock leaf to the right representing Ireland. The royal cypher, ‘G’ and ‘R’ is divided to either side. (George Rex).
The main design is surrounded by a legend reading ‘:FID::DEF:’ above, with ‘TWO SHILLINGS’ and the date below.