Coins from the 17th century are incredibly unique and show us some amazing insights about the past. The Royal Dutch Mint is honoring one of the Netherlands old-world coins by offering restrike versions. Right now, you can purchase the 2017 1 oz Proof Netherlands Silver Lion Dollar Coin from JM Bullion in PF70 UCAM condition.
- Ships in a plastic slab from the NGC!
- Given a perfect PF70 grade from the NGC!
- Proof finish!
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 pure silver!
- Obverse features the image of a knight.
- Reverse showcases the heraldic lion.
Each coin you purchase from this listing will come in a plastic slab straight from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). This slab will give key details about the coin, as well as protect it from any potential damage. Coins given a PF70 grade will be in perfect condition. These coins have also been given a UCAM designation. UCAM stands for Ultra Cameo, which means that the devices are heavily frosted, while the background is deeply-mirrored to give exceptional contrast.
With this release, you will get a 400th-anniversaryissue of this coin. The coins that these are supposed to represent were originally created in 1617 and called the Dutch lion daalder. Today, the restrike versions are called Lion Dollars because of the stunning lion designs found on the coins.
The obverse face bears the image of a knight standing aside his shield. The shield features the image of a rampant lion. Engravings include MO. ARG. PRO. CONFOE. BELG, short for Moneta Argentea Provinciarum Confoederatum Belgicarum, meaning Silver money of the Province of the Netherlands. The letters TRA represent Utrecht, and a beadwork design surrounds the design.
The heraldic lion is featured proudly on the reverse face of these coins. It is the same lion that is found on the shield on the obverse of the coin. There is a beadwork pattern that surrounds the lion and the entire design of the coin. On this face, you will find the engravings 2017 and the motto of the United Provinces CONFIDENS. DNO. NON. MOVETVR, meaning Who trusts in the Lord is not moved.
Established by the Dutch state in 1567, the Royal Dutch Mint has been producing coins for more than 400 years. The mint was purchased by the Heylen Group in 2016, and now it produces coins for numerous foreign national banks that are part of the Eurozone. The mint also makes coins for Latvia, Honduras, and Guatemala.
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