Coins from the Kingdom of Holland

Louis Napoléon Bonaparte (born Luigi Buonaparte; 2 September 1778 – 25 July 1846) was a younger brother of Napoleon I, Emperor of the French. He was a monarch in his own right from 1806 to 1810, ruling over the Kingdom of Holland (a French client state roughly corresponding to the current Netherlands). In that capacity he was known as Louis I (Dutch: Lodewijk I; Dutch pronunciation: [ˈloːdəʋɛik]). Louis was the fifth surviving child and fourth surviving son of Carlo Buonaparte and Letizia Ramolino, out of eight children who lived past infancy. He and his siblings were all born on Corsica, which had been conquered by France less than a decade before his birth. Louis followed his older brothers into the French Army, where he benefited from Napoleon's patronage. In 1802, he married his step-niece Hortense de Beauharnais, the daughter of Empress Joséphine (Napoleon's wife). In 1806, Napoleon established the Kingdom of Holland in place of the Batavian Republic, appointing Louis as the new king. Napoleon had intended for Holland to be little more than a puppet state, but Louis was determined to be as an independent as possible, and in fact became quite popular amongst his new people. Growing tired of his brother's wilfulness, Napoleon re-annexed Holland into the French Empire in 1810. Louis fled into exile in Austria, where he spent the rest of his life. His son Louis-Napoléon established the Second French Empire, taking the throne as Napoleon III.
Wikidata: Q212278

See also: Dutch Republic, Batavian Republic, Netherlands

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Standard circulation coins

10 Stuivers - Louis Napoleon
1807-1809

Silver (.912) • 5.26 g
KM# 30, N# 24437
1 Gulden - Louis Napoleon
1808-1810

Silver (.912) • 10.53 g
KM# 31, N# 268916
1 Rijksdaalder - Louis Napoleon
1806-1808

Silver (.868) • 27.77 g
KM# 25, Dav EC IV# 225, Schulman# 123 a, N# 278847
50 Stuivers - Louis Napoleon
1807-1808

Silver (.912) • 26.348 g
KM# 28, N# 24435
1 Ducat - Louis Napoleon (Utrecht)
1806-1808

Gold (.986) • 3.494 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 26, N# 189720
1 Ducat - Louis Napoleon (Trade Coinage)
1808-1809

Gold (.983) • 3.43 g
KM# 35, N# 24438
Available for swap 1 Ducat - Louis Napoleon (Trade Coinage)
1809-1810

Gold (.983) • 3.43 g
KM# 38, N# 24439
2 Dukaten - Louis Napoleon (Utrecht)
1806-1808

Gold (.983) • 6.988 g
KM# 27, N# 118962
10 Gulden - Louis Napoleon
1808-1810

Gold (.917) • 6.825 g
KM# 33, Fr# 321, N# 309004
20 Gulden - Louis Napoleon
1808-1810

Gold (.917) • 13.67 g
KM# 34, Schlum# 125, Delmonte G# 1177, Fr# 320, N# 303357
2½ Gulden - Louis Napoleon
1808

Silver (.912) • 26.348 g
KM# 32, Dav EC IV# 229, Schulman# 136a, N# 317135

Patterns

1 Gulden - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
1809

Pattern
Tin • 10.43 g • ⌀ 28 mm
N# 310651
50 Stuivers - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
1807

Pattern
Silver
Schön# 140, VG# 1540, N# 184207
1 Rijksdaalder - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
1809

Pattern
Silver (.912) • 26.348 g
KM# 36, Scholt I# 135, N# 310440
1 Rijksdaalder - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
1809

Pattern
Silver (.868) • 28.078 g
KM# 37, Scholt I# 134, N# 310439
1 Rijksdaalder - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
1809

Pattern
Bronze • 25.49 g
KM# Pn18, Scholt I# 134b, N# 310437
1 Rijksdaalder - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
1809

Pattern
Copper • 25.53 g
KM# Pn19, Scholt I# 134b, N# 310436
1 Gulden - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
1807

Pattern
Gold (.986) • 13.97 g
N# 313975
2½ Gulden - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
1807

Pattern
Bronze • 19.1 g
N# 313977
50 Stuivers - Louis Napoleon (Pattern; Tin)
1807

Pattern
Tin • 23.57 g • ⌀ 38 mm
N# 313611
50 Stuivers - Louis Napoleon
1808

Pattern
Gold • 49.98 g • ⌀ 38 mm
Schulman# 151a, Delmonte G# 1181, N# 329723
2½ Gulden - Louis Napoleon (Pattern)
(1808)

Pattern
Gold (.900) • 35 g
N# 317136

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