With the Netherlands being such a past overruled country is has issued a large variety of different gold coins, of different weight and sizes. Most coins have more than one different name. For example guilders are called gulden or florins, which can cause confusion, indeed even the country has more than one name, being Holland or The Netherlands to English speakers but Der Nederlanden to the Dutch. Amongst the variety of Dutch coin names are ducats, florins, florins d'or, duits, stuivers, cavaliers, gulden or guilders, and ducatons. Most of these have been issued in multiple and fractional versions.
The most popular first Dutch Gold Coins are 1875 Willem III 10 Guilders, 1876 to 1889 Willem III 10 Guilders, 1911 to 1917 Wilhelmina 10 Guilders, 1925 to 1933 Wilhelmina 10 Guilders and Ducats.
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