'Dubbele plak' or one third stuiver, struck in 159 (3) in Groningen.
The last digit of the year is hard to read. According to the year book for coinage and medals 1986 page 54, the years 1560, 1566, 1593 and 1594 are known with the shield at the base of the eagle, yet to us, the last digit seems to be a 7
Obverse: Double headed eagle on city coat of arms - +MONETA*NO*GRONINGENSIS
Reverse: Lily cross with city coat of arms as heart shield - SIT*N-O*DO-BENE-1597+
Weight: 0,755 grams
Reference: vdCh. 16.139 - P. 623
Rarity: RRR no other specimen found by us with shield below eagle!
Quality: F-VF year partly legible
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This lot will be shipped registered and sufficiently insured
- Netherlands, Groningen
- Dubbele plak / 1/3 Stuiver
- Year/Period and Variation
- Precious metal