Netherlands – 1927 10 Gold Gulden PCGS MS63




Fourth Type 1925 to 1933. Queen Wilhelmina enjoyed a long reign from 1890 to 1948, and four different designs of gold 10 guilder coins were issued in this time. The fourth type was issued between 1925 and 1933 inclusive, although only the five dates listed below were issued. The 1927 had the lowest mintage of those coins struck during this period. The gold content is .1947/oz.

The obverse of the fourth issue shows a portrait of Queen Wilhelmina facing right, truncated at the neck, with no tiara. The neck protrudes slightly into the inscription (legend) KONINGEN WILHELMINA GOD ZIJ MET ONS.

The reverse design, which identical to that of the previous issue, shows a crowned lion bearing a sword and arrows on a large shield surmounted by a large crown. At either side is the denomination 10 G. The legend reads KONINGRIJK DER NEDERLANDEN, and the date appears below the shield. There is a seahorse to the left of the date, and a caduceus to the right.


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