Netherlands 1 Duit Gelderland  1758 to 1768
Netherlands 1 Duit Gelderland 1758 to 1768

These coins were minted in the historical region of Gelderland, located in the central eastern part of Netherlands. The province dates from states of the Holy Roman Empire and takes its name from the nearby German city of Geldern.

The coins are made of copper and weigh about 3.84 grams.

A coin like David's, with its likable eye-appeal, will be worth a nice chunk of money.

Here are some approximate catalog values for these coins:
worn: $5 US dollars
average circulated: $25
well preserved: $60
fully uncirculated: $170

An average circulated coin with likable eye appeal and colorful toning may sell for $15 or so to the right collector.

Damaged coins will be worth much less than the values quoted above. Refer to our 'Important Terminology' page on the top left in order to properly interpret the catalog values mentioned on this page.

Coin: 17980 , Genre: Colonizers and Colonies
Requested by: david hicks, Thu, 02-Oct-2014 22:00:22 GMT
Answered by: Paul, Fri, 03-Oct-2014 06:03:51 GMT
Last review by CoinQuest: Tue, 13-Jun-2017 02:26:14 GMT
Requester description: 1909 Two lions in a shield with crown on top.
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