The Dutch Guilder was the currency of the Netherlands from the 1600’s until 2002, when it was replaced by the euro. The word ‘guilders’ translates literally to gold in Dutch and have always been minted in the Netherlands. The coins typically feature a portrait of a monarch and the coat of arms.
Below are a further selection of limited and rare Dutch coins that we currently have in stock.
|Weight (g)||Product||Prices (Net)||VAT||Prices (Inc VAT)|
|3.36||from £185.30||0.00%||from £185.30||Stock Alert|
|6.73||from £271.60||0.00%||from £271.60||Stock Alert|
|6.73||from £275.10||0.00%||from £275.10||Stock Alert|
|6.73||from £280.10||0.00%||from £280.10||Stock Alert|
|6.73||from £292.60||0.00%||from £292.60||Stock Alert|
|6.73||from £479.90||0.00%||from £479.90||Stock Alert|
|6.73||from £714.30||0.00%||from £714.30||Stock Alert|
|4.96||from £1,035||0.00%||from £1,035||Stock Alert|
The Royal Dutch Mint is based in Utrecht and has been the sole legal manufacturer of Dutch coins since 1807. The mint was founded by King Louis Napoleon, brother of the French Emperor and General, who believed a single state mint was preferable to various trading cities having their own mints.
Since the transfer to the euro the Royal Dutch Mint produces coins for foreign national banks, along with commemorative coins for collectors.
If you are looking for a particular item or have further questions, please contact our friendly and knowledgeable team on 0121 634 8060 or submit your question on the contact form, where they shall be able to assist you.
We also buy Dutch Gold Coins of any age or denomination at very competitive rates - Please telephone 0121 634 8060 for a quote.
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