Florin sign

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Florin sign
Punctuation
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plus and minus + −
basis point
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tilde ~
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Intellectual property
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sound-recording copyright
registered trademark ®
service mark
trademark
Currency
generic currency symbol ¤

  ฿    ¢      $          ƒ                        £                    ¥ 

Uncommon typography
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hedera
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interrobang
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reference mark
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In other scripts

The florin sign (ƒ) is a symbol that is used for the currencies named florin, also called a gulden or guilder. The symbol "ƒ" is the lowercase version of Ƒ of the Latin alphabet. In Unicode it does not have a separate code point, but the U+0192 ƒ latin small letter f with hook (HTML ƒ · ƒ) has "Florin sign" amongst its alternative names. In many serif typefaces, it can often be substituted with a normal italic small-letter f ( f ).

It is used in the following current and obsolete currencies:

Current:

Obsolete: