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Netherlands 2½ gulden 1959


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Catawiki number: 175931
Category: Coins
Netherlands 2½ gulden 1959
Country: the NetherlandsIcon-information
Face value: 2,50 gulden (rijksdaalder)
Year: 1959
Variety / overstrike:  
Era: Netherlands - Kingdom, before the Euro (1814-2001)Icon-information
Head of State: Juliana of the Netherlands (1948-1980)
Type: Coin
Designer: Wenckebach, Ludwig Oswald
Material: Silver (Ag)
Gold- or silver content: 720
Weight: 15
Diameter: 33
Thickness: 2.3
Punch: Coin alignment
Shape: Round
Obverse: NEDERLAND 2½ G 1959
Edge: Plain inscripted GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS *
Privy mark: Fish (Netherlands, J.W.A. van Hengel 1945-1969)
Mint mark: Caduceus (Utrecht, the Netherlands)
Number produced: 7.200.000
Krause and Mishler number: KM# 185
Catalogue number: 1095
Submission date: 28-12-2008 19:30:21
Submitted by: papier-en-muntgeld
Last updated on: 13-04-2017 23:12:18
Last updated by: Yaci
Catawiki Catalogue value
FDC/BU: € 15.00
MS (mint state/mint condition): € 12.00
EF (extremely fine): € 11.00
VF (very fine): € 8.00
F (fine): € 8.00
VG (Very Good):
G (good): € 8.00
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