|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Duit (1/160)|
|References||KM# 8, Scholt II# 1437
Standard Catalog of World Coins
by George S. Cuhaj
De munten van de Nederlandsche Gebiedsdelen Overzee 1601-1948
by C. Scholten
(Jacques Schulman B.V.)
Short or long grass divides date
Struck at Enkhuizen under the administration of Governor Wigbold Crommelin on local authority, not that of the Estates General.
Lettering: 17 64
Lettering: SOCIETEIT VAN SURINAME
Translation: SOCIETY OF SURINAME
Long grass variant:
Source: Heritage Capital
The Society of Suriname was a Dutch private company profiting from the management of the Dutch colony of Suriname. The participants were the city of Amsterdam, the family Van Aerssen van Sommelsdijck and the West India Company, although every citizen from the Dutch Republic was allowed to trade with Suriname. The society ceased to exist as of 1795.
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|1764||106,600||KM#8.1 (short grass) - mintage including KM#8.2|
|1764||KM#8.2 (long grass)|
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