This black, long-sleeve top by florin Calugaru, provides women with warning to steer clear of Carlos Danger: 3.
The reverse of the florin will for the future bear the same design.
I have paid all expenses, and have given my actors a florin apiece.
When she only offered them a florin they threatened to kill her.
I therefore give you a florin, with best thanks for having brought it.
This man received a long term in prison for failure to pay a newspaper tax amounting to less than half a florin (20 cents).
She took a florin from her bag and wrapped it up in the telegraph form.
If his grandmother sent him a ducat Crisenius pocketed a florin.
Counting the florin at two francs, they found they had nine francs and eighty-five centimes.
He bowed his head forward to show a circular shining patch the size of a florin.
c.1300, from Old French florin, from Italian fiorino, from fiore "flower," from Latin florem "flower" (see flora). The 13c. gold Florentine coin was stamped on the obverse with the image of a lily, the symbol of the city. As the name of an English gold coin, from late 15c.