Foreign Coin Feature : The Netherlands

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Foreign Coin Feature : The Netherlands

Post by Dave8472 » Fri Jul 05, 2019 8:45 am

Continuing my foreign coin theme here is one of two articles for today.

The Netherlands : found a few of these, all seem very worn, so probably lots of circulation ware. Most are provincial releases. If you find any worn ones you can normally tell by their size that range from 20-21mm. These date from 1757 to 1959. Out of interest they have also been found on the same sites as the French coins, so suspect these have been from seasonal migrant workers.

Most were found in Kent and even the London ones are postal Kent (PAS = Greater London) as that's where I mainly detect. A few notes on the coins and video. All the 'copper alloy' ones are colour photoshopped in order to harmonise the colour variations in photography so they are not all brown in real life. The sizes are also scaled but there is nothing unusual in any of them that need explaining ::g. Not all coins are shown either in case someone is counting ;) .The use of YouTube was just a simple way of displaying them for the forum with the sizing and quantity limits etc, as I don't like linking off to hosting sites. I don't do YouTube so nothing to subscribe to :)) Its just a video dumping ground for me :-O It is best viewed within the forum as it is only low resolution. If you spot any dating errors on the spreadsheet timeline please let me know !

Please feel free to add any Dutch (ONLY) coin finds to my post, always interested to see others ::g

Reference Site : https://en.numista.com/catalogue/netherlands-1.html

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Re: Foreign Coin Feature : The Netherlands

Post by Jungle » Fri Jul 05, 2019 9:51 am

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Re: Foreign Coin Feature : The Netherlands

Post by amphora » Fri Jul 05, 2019 12:59 pm

Dave8472 wrote:
Fri Jul 05, 2019 8:45 am
Please feel free to add any Dutch (ONLY) coin finds to my post, always interested to see others ::g

Reference Site : https://en.numista.com/catalogue/netherlands-1.html

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OMG Dave. Do you really want me to put them up all? :D I find about 3-10 each hunt.
Any questions about certain Dutch coins be free to ask me. I have many catalogues about them and recognize many at first sight.

Here's a quick few.
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Post by Dave8472 » Fri Jul 05, 2019 2:10 pm

Some great ones there, thanks for sharing ::g

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Re: Foreign Coin Feature : The Netherlands

Post by newseeker » Thu Jul 11, 2019 7:55 pm

liard 'For Use in South Holland.' The Austrian Netherlands, which corresponds roughly to modern day Belgium.
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Post by Dave8472 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:56 pm

That’s a nice one, got lots of detail to ::g

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Re: Foreign Coin Feature : The Netherlands

Post by amphora » Sun Jul 28, 2019 3:18 pm

newseeker wrote:
Thu Jul 11, 2019 7:55 pm
liard 'For Use in South Holland.' The Austrian Netherlands, which corresponds roughly to modern day Belgium.
Found me some of those too. They are nice and slightly rare. One of mine is on the third image at right at the top. ;)
I also like the southern Netherlands Oorden/Liarden (23mm) with the shields. Image below.
BTW, the first image is a southern Netherlands coin too, and also some more in the third image.

Actually this topic should be split by it's history and coins in it.
Holland started to exist from 7 provinces.
After that the Southern Netherlands came with it, covering what is now Netherlands and Belgium.
And in 1830 it split up in the nowadays Netherlands and Belgium of which part of that region old Southern Netherlands remained with the nowadays Netherlands where most of those regions became nowadays Belgium. (found me a military medal from this split-off fight :D )

Oord/Liard Southern Netherlands (= NOT Holland)
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