The Netherlands has a rich history regarding the gold coins that were then used as legal tender. The golden decade was struck for the first time in 1818 in the era of King William I, the last golden decade was struck in 1933 (Queen Wilhelmina). Besides, golden five and single and double ducats have been made in the Netherlands. All these coins contain of 90% gold. In the past, these coins were collected with a distinction made by the year. Nowadays the gold value has overtaken the aggregate value (with some exceptions) and these coins are traded for a low premium compared to the current gold price.
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