6,72 g, Gold coin / 10 HFL Wilhelmina, William III

10 Dutch guilders (of 1875-1933) is a series of gold coins with a rich history. Starting from the XVIIth century, they served as a symbol of stability and reliability, which makes them an excellent addition to any numismatic collection.

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Origin Netherlands
Purity 900 / 1000
Dimensions (diameter) 22,4mm
Face value    10 HFL
Gold content 6,72 g
Mass 6,05 g

The first guilders appeared in the Netherlands in 1680, when the king decided to replace florin with his own national currency from silver reserves. In 1816, the first samples of gold appeared. The denomination of the coins was 10 guilders.

Purity 900/1000
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Tax Based on Art. 118 and Art. 119 of Value Added Tax Act (ZDDV-1) bullion gold is exempted from VAT in Slovenia.