|In Unicode||U+0192 ƒ LATIN SMALL LETTER F WITH HOOK (ƒ)|
The florin sign (ƒ) is a symbol that is used for the currencies named florin, also called guilder. The Dutch name for the currency is gulden. The symbol "ƒ" is the lowercase version of Ƒ of the Latin alphabet. 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 (between brackets their ISO 4217 currency codes):
- Dutch guilder (NLG; until 2002)
- Netherlands Indies guilder (until 1954)
- Surinamese guilder (SRG; until 2004)
- Italian florin (until 1533)