East African one Florin banknote of 1920.

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 East African Florin 
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British East African one Florin banknote of 1920, issued by the East African Currency Board.

Obverse: Medallion profile portrait of His Majesty King George V, from a photograph of a bas-relief by Sir Bertram Mackennal, R.A., Sculptor to the King.
Reverse: Roaring Hippo - Hippopotamus.
Printed by Thomas de la Rue and Company, London United Kingdom.

   The florin was the currency of the British colonies and protectorates of East Africa between 1920 and 1921. It was divided into 100 cents. It replaced the rupee at par and was replaced by the shilling at a rate of 2 shillings = 1 florin. The florin was equivalent to 2 shillings sterling.
   The East African Currency Board issued notes in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and 500 florins, with the 10 florins and above also carrying the denomination in pounds (1, 2, 5, 10 and 50).