Netherlands/Holland Silver Lion Daalder VF (Random Years)
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Product DetailsThe Dutch Lion Daalder (Lion Dollar) is named after its main design element, the lion in the center of the coin design. The first lion dollars were struck in 1575 and were continued throughout the 16th and 17th century.
A variety of mints produced these Lion Dollars and they can be identified by the legend which bears the name of the Dutch province where the coins were made.
- Contains .79 oz actual Silver weight.
- Coins will be in Very Fine condition and delivered in protective packaging.
- Random dates will be from the 16th-17th century, depending on stock on hand.
- Obverse: Armored knight looking to the right above a shield bearing the likeness of a lion surrounded by the legend.
- Reverse: Features a rampant lion looking to the left, surrounded by the legend.
Add these beautiful and historical Dutch Lion Daalders to your collection today!
The circulation of the Lion Daalders saw extensive use in colonial America. Then named New Amsterdam, the present-day city of New York, was colonized by the Dutch in the early 17th century. The Dutch East India Company established a sizable fort on the southern tip of Manhattan Island. The wall of the fort was located on the site of present-day Wall Street in the financial district of lower Manhattan.
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