Origin: These silver 2 stuiver coins from the 1700's were minted in Holland, a province of the Dutch Republic (or United Provinces of the Netherlands). The obverse side depicts the value (2S) with a crowned coat of arms in between, and the reverse includes the date and the province that the coin was minted in (often "Hollandia" or "Zeelandia").
At the time, Holland sat at the head of a powerful colonial Dutch empire. The small nation was able to become a looming presence on the world stage using trade, namely through the Dutch East India Company (VOC) and Dutch West India Company (GWC).
The stuiver was a predecimal unit of currency in the Netherlands, equal to 16 pennig, 8 duit, or 1/20 guilder.
Each includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
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Your order will include:
- One 2 stuiver silver coin minted in Holland in the 1700's
- Glass top leather display box
- Detail card with relevant information about the relic
- Certificate of Authenticity
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