This is a lino print of an Irish Florin coin.
The animal chosen for the Irish two shillings is a salmon. The fishing industry is very important to the Irish economy.
The salmon represents both the sea fisheries and the freshwater game fishing.
This design was in circulation in Ireland from 1928 - 1969
Hand Carved and hand printed onto high quality handmade paper. As each print is hand printed and is not a digital copy there will be subtle differences between each print, and therefore will differ very slightly from the featured photo.
Dimensions: approx 23cm x 23cm
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