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Thank you! I will register it as a 1785.
Hi Didi, •
Thank you/Merci. I have added the year line and the references. •
Nice coin! •
Last few weeks I traded a lot of my double Dutch and Dutch Republic coins. A few are still on the road. •
I have some left, so if you are interested please look at my swaplist now you still have the chance. I would like to trade them for coins older than 1900. •
Some of my coins have been swapped.! Still many more to go. Some examples. •
Do you have the Netherlands 1 (2 varieties), 5, 10 and 25 cent of 1966?
Hi Numizz, •
I might be interested in some German States coins. Please check my swap list. •
Thank you! You helped alot!
Quote: "Frenchlover"Not yet in the database •
Emperor Mu Zong (1862-74) •
Obv: Tong Zhi tong bao •
Chengdu, Sichuan. Rev: Boo chuwan •
DH# 22.1155. Protuding head booThe catalog is saying Tong Zhi, wat is difference with Emperor Mu Zong (1862-74)?
When accepted by the referee, this link will work
Thanks for helping, found it! Also found the below. •
Wow, very nice! Dutch Brazil coin. West India Company
That would be great! •
The list also shows county's etc. that did not mint any coins. But it's sure possible that some of this country's minted coins and aren't on Numista yet. •
I live in Holland and have never seen any (and we see many German Euro's) . So probably sets only.
Thanks! Funny things. Had no idea they exist. The came in a lot of detector founds. •
Don't know what to do with them yet
Thanks for helping me in the right direction! It is from Liege and not yet in the catalog. It is a Gigot (1/2 Liard). I'm almost certain it is the below coin. •
I created this coin: https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces179454.html
Amount - Country •
728 - Netherlands •
709 - Germany Federal Republic •
452 - Belgium •
428 - Dutch Republic •
424 - France - Modern •
330 - United Kingdom •
330 - United States •
241 - Spain •
233 - Austria •
197 - South Africa •
Extra proud of my Dutch Republic collection!
Picture is not clear enough to identify infortunately.
It is 1634 probably with an error 4
Hybrid 1 duit 1723/1722 Utrecht, Dutch Republic
I recieved an answer. It was used as learning money on elementary schools in the Netherlands.
Hello lpm, •
Please send the referee of the specific countries a message. It is holiday season, it could be that the referee is not available at this time. •
1 - Yes •
2- Would be great if you could select my banknotes on this site. •
3- Yes, but spreaded over a longer period
Thanks! I will add the coin!
Thank you! I will add the coin to the catalog!
Coin to identify
Coin identifications and valuations
I can't ID it right now as a Spanish Netherlands coin, indeed really need a better picture. •
The changes has been made.
Quote: "halfdisme"Are these duplicates, or what is the difference? •
Mine is slightly larger than 22mm.Hi Halfdisme, •
There is a difference, see the reverse lettering. On www.duiten.nl it is saved as a different entry. I will try to find the catalog numbers. •
I have asked a administrator to add the country in the referee section. •
J'ai demandé à un administrateur d'ajouter le pays dans la section des arbitres.
I suggest using the Dutch name. The Dutch name is also used for example for the Netherlands East Indies.
My history is stuck on april 2017 and I certainly have added coins, even yesterday.
Quote: "jokinen"Well done Michael bringing law and order to this part of the catalogue!Thanks! It is no problem offcourse!
Please add to the catalog. •
Value 1 Maille = •
4 Mites (tiers de liard) (1/240)
Hopefully the last info so we can close the Liege section:) •
By 1465 1 Aidant Liege = 1 Patard Brabant •
By 1490 1 Aidant Liege = 1/2 Patard Brabant •
By 1547 1 Aidant Liege = 1/3 Patard Brabant •
By 1585 1 Aidant Liege = 1/4 Patard Brabant •
So my Proposal : •
-1456-1465 1 Aidant = 1 Patard •
-1465-1490 1 Aidant = 1/2 Patard •
-1490-1545 1 Aidant = 1/3 Patard •
-1545-1795 1 Aidant = 1/4 Patard •
From 1545 the Florin Brabant-Liege was used and had a value of 1/4 Florin Brabant/Spanish Netherlands. •
It kept this value even though the Florin Liege kept devaluating. •
For Numista •
Prince-bishopric of Liege - Florin Liege (1456-1545) •
1 Florin Liege = 20 Patards/Aidant = 480 Sols • 1 Brûlé = 2 to 16 Sols • •
1 Escalin = 6 Patards • 1 Patagon = 48 Patards • 1 Ducaton = 60 Patards •
• 1 Aidant Liege = 1 Patard Bra[...]
I would like to see those 2 statistics to!
I do like the new functions. Finally I can keep track of my values and I don't mind the new overview. I am wondering though if it would be possible to see a overview on my coins with only the buying values I entered.
I would say Kingdom of Prussia, because of the tekst "King of Prussia". Fron 1701 to 1806 Brandenburg was seen as a part of Prussia. I would chose Kingdom Prussia.
The gold rider of 7 Gulden is actually a 1/2 Gouden Rijder" (gold rider) The 14 Gulden coin is called a "Gouden Rijder"
Nice! And great if you look in to the catalog! I have the 1695 of this type! Nice coins.
1 Oord/Liard 1577 Holland, Spanish Netherlands. •
Maybe Eastern European or Russian imitation? Really strange coin, but also very nice.
It sure looks like it! I can't compare the full text, but I think you are right. •
Very nice coin!
There are different names for the same coin, because they were used in an area were different languages were spoken. •
-Patard (French), Stuiver (Dutch), Sol(Spanish). But I agree also many other names were given! •
Nice Burgundian Netherlands Brabant coin you got there!
I think I found it. On the cross side you find a mintmark after DEI GRATIA. In this case I believe you see the hand (main) mark of Antwerp. The head of Bruxelles and the tree of Den Bosch are different.
I just received this 1 oord coin from the city Huissen. Although Huissen was part of the German States Kleve and not of the Dutch Republic, the coins from 1609/1611 were imported in to the Republic and the Spanish Netherlands. These coins from Huissen are registered in the Dutch Republic catalog. Huissen is part of the Netherlands since 1816. •
Yes I have contacted him some times before. I don't want to bother him with every question I have. I also commented on that other post. •
I thought maybe some Numista members could help me out this time identifying this specific coin. •
If I can't get an reaction on this forum I will contact Arie.
Great news! Congratulations with your coin! Your coin is from Carlos II. Almost the same exist with Phillips II! I am trying to get that one right now.
1 Liard 1607 Roermond, Spanish Netherlands. •
Ok, thank you for reacting.
You can add coins yourself. •
A referee will confirm if all fields are filled in correctly.
You're welcome. I don't really understand the problem in that case. •
The current country names are correct.
That is a really good replica.. I have asked the seller to send a picture of the edge. It should be readed. The replica on alieExpress has a smooth edge.
You can count me in for a silver coin exchange.
Except for the privy marks there is no difference between them. •
In all my catalogs they have seperate entries. It is confusing though that the Willem III/Wilhelmina cent is not separated.
Thank you Amer! I will look in to it.
Thanks Amer! •
83.1 & 83.2 as KM# 83 - Willem III •
83.1a Wilhelmina •
I just got my referee rights for the Netherlands. •
I have looked into it and I will use the below varieties. •
1. 1929 - 3 pearls under diadem under GI •
2. 1929 - 3 pearls under diadem under G. •
This is also the way it is described in different catalogs. •
There are 3 lines registered and all are used. I will contact Jarcek about this and discuss the options. •
Thanks! Now I can add my variety! Only 2 years away from a complete set (unless I find more varieties hehe)
Thanks for helping! It is solved.
Nice coin! Thanks for the tip.
Quote: "Jarcek"I do not, that is why I asked whether there is a better name. Renaming of country is easy. I often thought about renaming something to Mordor, kingdom of Tyrion Lannister, land of Giants or something similar. And then wait how long it would take anyone to notice. That would be awesome!
Carlos II is Spanish for Charles 2. Thank you for the answer
Do you want to share that template?:)
I've managed to do this in a Excel spreadsheet for a while. Manually adding the missing years. It would be great of jou could export complete records f4om Numista, including missing ones in your collection. Meanwhile my collection is to big (8.000+) to manage it in Excel and I'm not a sql/database hero. •
So if there are any ideas, they are welcome!
Tip! If you are searching for Arabic lettered coins, Google an Arabic clock and identify the Arabic year and the coin value. Then just use those 2 numbers and search in Numista.
I have been looking for Deventer type "2" rijderschelling with years 1686, 1688, 1688, 1690 and 1691, but I cant find them. •
I think Verkade 156.1(date on Riderside) is 1683, 1684, 1685 and verkade 156.2(date on armsside) is 1686, 1688, 1689, 1690 and 1691 or the other way around. But I can 't find closing info.
The date is not possible to discover.
I found a simular coin on a thrustworthy site. So it might just be a variaty or all 1686 are like this.. •
Quote: "Jarcek"Looks great. Takes some knowledge to read correctly, but I am sure concerned referees will gladly have a look!Yes it does. You need to have some knowledge about the different houses and era's. But It is really interesting to read about it.
I think the option Jokinen has given, is a good one. •
'Dutch Caribbean' •
Netherlands Antilles •
BES Islands •
Saint Eustatius •
Netherlands West Indies --> Now added below the Netherlands Antilles. The Netherlands west indies wasn't only the Caribbean, but also: •
-Dutch colony's in western Africa •
-The Antilles •
-Dutch Brazil •
-Even New Holland (New York) •
-Some others... •
The coins from the West Indies in this Catalog are from 1794. Some of the colony's/tradeposts outside the Caribbean were still under Dutch rule in that year. I'm not sure were those coins were used though. I'm not sure if Netherlands West Indies should be added to Dutch Caribbean.
Gronsveld was a Graafschap within the Holy Roman Empire. It should be a part of the Spanish Netherlands during its mintage.
Yes, and also in name of Mattias I as emperor of the Holy Roman Empire. It was a mistake to say German emperor.
Thank you for looking! I will just register of as 1794 then. Maybe later I will try to figure it out.
Coin identifications and valuations
Thanks! I found it:)
The referee is also not able to add a year. Who is able to add the year(s) tot the catolog?
These are no coins, but tokens as you said. Only a few kind of "duiten" were minted in name of the city Delft middle 16th century. No duiten were minted in the decimalized Guilder period (1817-date) •
Quote: "DAZAYA"Hello, •
The Dutch Republic, also known as the Republic of the Seven United Netherlands (Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden),Republic of the United Netherlands or Republic of the Seven United Provinces (Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Provinciën), was arepublic in Europe existing from 1581. •
The correct is Spanish Netherlands (insurgency) , the coin is still coined in the name of Felipe II. •
RegardsYou are right, it is 1581. Can you remove the wrong one?
Thank you for the answers! It was pretty complicated in that period.
Thats the one. I know its normal value, but didn't knew If a double strike had a positive or negative influence on the value. •
Thank you for the info.
I'm collecting coins from all around the world, but mostly concentrating on Dutch (Former Colony) Coins: •
Dutch Republic •
Netherlands East Indies •
Netherlands Antilles •
Greetings from Holland
It looks similar, but a different date and mintmark. If you look at the link above you can see it is a different kind from 1814/1816. I have added it, but can't add the picture.