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Netherlands. Willem II. 2 1/2 Gulden 1848  (No Reserve Price)
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Netherlands. Willem II. 2 1/2 Gulden 1848 (No Reserve Price)

KM# 69.2 2-1/2 GULDEN 1848 Willem II Rijksdaalder 25.00 g., 0.945 Silver 0.7596 oz. ASW, 38 mm. Ruler: William II Obv: Head left Obv. Legend: WILLEM II KONING - DER NEDERLANDEN G.H.V.L. Rev: Crowned arms divides value Rev. Legend: (date) MUNT VAN HET KONINGRIJK DER NEDERLANDEN Edge Lettering: GOD*ZY*MET*ONS* Note: Higher ear. Please have a look at our other Catawiki auction lots for more coin collections. and/or add us to your favourites to find our future auction lots easily. Bid with confidence. AG-Worldcoins, over 3000 lots sold on Catawiki. High feedback score. Please evaluate this lot with reference to the images provided. Will be sent via registered mail. I charge only 1x shipping costs when you buy multiple lots in the same auction. You are welcome to bid on my other items: https://veiling.catawiki.nl/aanbod/hamaca extra info: The Kingdom of the Netherlands, a country of western Europe fronting on the North Sea and bordered by Belgium and Germany, has an area of 15,770 sq. mi. (41,500 sq. km.). After being a part of Charlemagne’s empire in the 8th and 9th centuries, the Netherlands came under control of Burgundy and the Austrian Hapsburgs, and finally was subjected to Spanish dominion in the 16th century. Led by William of Orange, the Dutch revolted against Spain in 1568. The seven northern provinces formed the Union of Utrecht and declared their independence in 1581,becoming the Republic of the United Netherlands. In the following century, the Golden Age of Dutch history, the Netherlands became a great sea and colonial power, a patron of the arts and a refuge for the persecuted. The United Dutch Republic ended in 1795 when the French formed the Batavian Republic. Napoleon made his brother Louis, the King of Holland in 1806, however he abdicated in 1810 when Napoleon annexed Holland. The French were expelled in 1813, and all the provinces of Holland and Belgium were merged into the Kingdom of the United Netherlands under William I, in 1814. The Belgians withdrew in 1830 to form their own kingdom, the last substantial change in the configuration of European Netherlands. RULERS United Netherlands, 1543-1795 BATAVIAN REPUBLIC French domination, 1795-1806 KINGDOM OF HOLLAND French Protectorate Louis Napoleon, 1806-1810 FRENCH ANNEXATION Napoleon I, 1810-1814 KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS William I, 1815-1840 William II, 1840-1849 William III, 1849-1890 Wilhelmina I, 1890-1948 MINT MARKS B - Brussels (Belgium), 1821-1830 D - Denver, 1943-1945 P - Philadelphia, 1941-1945 S - San Francisco, 1944-1945

No. 84196987

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Netherlands. Willem II. 2 1/2 Gulden 1848  (No Reserve Price)

Netherlands. Willem II. 2 1/2 Gulden 1848 (No Reserve Price)

KM# 69.2 2-1/2 GULDEN 1848 Willem II Rijksdaalder
25.00 g., 0.945 Silver 0.7596 oz. ASW, 38 mm. Ruler: William II Obv: Head left Obv. Legend: WILLEM II KONING - DER NEDERLANDEN G.H.V.L. Rev: Crowned arms divides value Rev. Legend: (date) MUNT VAN HET KONINGRIJK DER NEDERLANDEN Edge Lettering: GOD*ZY*MET*ONS* Note: Higher ear.

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Please evaluate this lot with reference to the images provided.
Will be sent via registered mail.
I charge only 1x shipping costs when you buy multiple lots in the same auction.

You are welcome to bid on my other items:
https://veiling.catawiki.nl/aanbod/hamaca

extra info:
The Kingdom of the Netherlands, a country of western Europe fronting on the North Sea and bordered by Belgium and Germany, has an area of 15,770 sq. mi. (41,500 sq. km.).
After being a part of Charlemagne’s empire in the 8th and 9th centuries, the Netherlands came under control of Burgundy and the Austrian Hapsburgs, and finally was subjected to Spanish dominion in the 16th century. Led by William of Orange, the Dutch revolted against Spain in 1568. The seven northern provinces formed the Union of Utrecht and declared their independence in 1581,becoming the Republic of the United Netherlands. In the following century, the Golden Age of Dutch history, the Netherlands became a great sea and colonial power, a patron of the arts and a refuge for the persecuted. The United Dutch Republic ended in 1795 when the French formed the Batavian Republic. Napoleon made his brother Louis, the King of Holland in 1806, however he abdicated in 1810 when Napoleon annexed Holland. The French were expelled in 1813, and all the provinces of Holland and Belgium were merged into the Kingdom of the United Netherlands under William I, in 1814. The Belgians withdrew in 1830 to form their own kingdom, the last substantial change in the configuration of European Netherlands.
RULERS
United Netherlands, 1543-1795
BATAVIAN REPUBLIC
French domination, 1795-1806
KINGDOM OF HOLLAND
French Protectorate
Louis Napoleon, 1806-1810
FRENCH ANNEXATION Napoleon I, 1810-1814
KINGDOM OF THE NETHERLANDS William I, 1815-1840
William II, 1840-1849 William III, 1849-1890 Wilhelmina I, 1890-1948
MINT MARKS
B - Brussels (Belgium), 1821-1830 D - Denver, 1943-1945
P - Philadelphia, 1941-1945
S - San Francisco, 1944-1945

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