This week we have the following
1944 Florin - gVF (About EF40/45 American), this is my first example of this hard to find date. 1936 and 1944 are the biggies for the silver florin series. This coin was not cheap - but entering on the 3rd floor here, rather than through the basement.
1946 Florin - same condition, this is the more common "Round back type used on all silver florins previous to this era, contrast it to the 1953 below. The Kiwi has 4 whiskers below the beak and the back is rounded at top, rather than flattened.
1953 Florin, a scarce date and good to get this one with a nice lustre to it - gEF (American AU50/53 or so). This has teh flatback design described above. All post 1946 coins are cupronickel like this one.
Loving Halfcrowns. British and Commonwealth coins 1750 - 1950 and anything Kiwi.
If it's round, shiny and silvery I will love it.