|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Cent (0.01 SRG)|
Legend encircles the smaller coat of arms of the Kingdom (a rampant lion on a field with squares). Year divides privy (fish, Dr. J.W.A. van Hengel) and mint mark (Caduceus, Utrecht).
KONINGRIJK DER NEDERLANDEN
Translation: Kingdom of the Netherlands
Value within orange wreath
|Caduceus||Royal Dutch Mint (Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt), Utrecht, Netherlands (1911-date)|
|P||United States Mint, Philadelphia, United States (1792-date)|
These coins from 1942 were struck for both Suriname and Curaçao:
------ 500'000 Curaçao
------ 2'000'000 Suriname
While Krause lists that date under Curaçao (KM#39), more coins were struck for Suriname, meaning Suriname is a more appropriate issuer to list these under.
NOTE: For similar coins with acorn privy marks instead of a palm tree and a P, please see the 25 cent piece issued for the Netherlands.
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|1943 P||9.69||12%||Philadelphia mint|
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