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Netherlands - Euro Coins

Euro coins of the Netherlands

The Royal Dutch Mint as the successor to The Dutch Mint is probably Hollands oldest existing business. The first coins were minted in Utrecht about a thousand years ago. The Royal Dutch Mint has been in continuous operation since 1567.
 
Up until 1st January 2002 Holland's monetary system was based on the guilder, with 1 guilder equal to 100 cents. Now their monetary system is based on the euro.
 The Netherlands has chosen two designs by Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, both of Queen Beatrix.
   €1 and €2 coins: Queen Beatrix is shown in profile with the inscription “Beatrix Queen of The Netherlands” in Dutch. The 12 stars of Europe are confined to half the circumference of the coin. Edge lettering of the €2 coin: GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS * (God be with us). 
   1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50-cent coins: Queen Beatrix is shown in profile encircled by the inscription “Beatrix Queen of The Netherlands” in Dutch. 
Nederland
Nederland heeft voor twee ontwerpen gekozen van Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, beide met een beeltenis van Koningin Beatrix.
EUR 2
   Munten van EUR 1 en EUR 2: Op deze munten is Koningin Beatrix en profil afgebeeld met de tekst 'Beatrix Koningin der Nederlanden'. De twaalf sterren staan in een halve cirkel aan de rand van de munt. Randschrift op de munt van 2 euro : GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS *. 
Netherlands commemorative coins
Netherlands coins celebrating important people, events and places
2006 - Netherlands - Rembrandt van Rijn - 5€ Proof
 On 15th July 2006, the Netherlands celebrated the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn's birth. Rembrandt, who is considered the greatest Dutch artist of the Golden Age by those in the knowm already made quite an impression at a young age. Rembrandt's delicate touch with light and shade, use of bright colours and evident compassion for his fellow man warm the hearts of art lovers the wold over. And the Netherlands has also expressed its great pride in the artist by issuing a Rembrandt five-euro coin.
Rembrandt's life
As a young man, Rembrandt was extremely keen to make his mark as a painter, which prompted him to become an apprentice to first an artist from Leiden, then to Pieter Lastman in Amsterdam. When he later opened his own workshop in Leiden, his exceptional talent swiftly became apparent and he received major commissions from influential clients. He started training his own apprentices in 1627, before relocating to Amsterdam in 1631, as it was the place to be for an artist at the time. The move heralded a particularly favourable period for the hightly talented Rembrandt, in which he produced his best and most famous works: The Nightwatch, The Jewish Bride, The Steel Masters and his series of particularly appealing self-portraits. Rembrand died in 1669, at the age of 63, and lies interred in the Westerkerk in Amsterdam.
The design
Amsterdam artist Berend Strik is responsible for the design of the stunning coin. He drew his inspiration from a self-portrait of Rembrandt exhibited at the Mauritshuis Museum in the Hauge, the former home of Willian of Orange. In his use of embroidery stiching in both the portraits of Queen Beatrix and Rembrandt, Mr. Strik emanates the artisitc freedom so chracterisitic of the old master: "It was the finished result that counted in Rembrandt's opinion. He even went so far as to apply old fragments of chipped paint to achieve appealing contrasts!". Mr. Stik utilised various techniques in product his desing for the Rembrandt five-euro coin: he modelled the embroidery stiching on a lasered photograph. The result is a tangible keepsake commemorating the grand master of Dutch art.
Netherlands 2005 - Queen Beatrix Silver Jubilee - Silver Proof
On April 30, 1980, Queen Juliana signed the Act of Abdication and that same day, Princess Beatrix was coronated Queen of the Netherlands in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam. To commemorate the event, the Royal Dutch Mint has issued this 10€ silver proof coin.
The coin was minted using the highly unique Minted Photo Imaging technique, where exceptionally detailed images are laser etched in the coin die. This makes it possible to put photographic images on coins.
The image laser etched onto this coin is that of Princess Beatrix the exact moment she took the oath making her Queen. The words, "Wij Zijn Samen één" ("Together we are one"), can be read across the reverse, continuing onto the obverse.
 
Netherlands 2007 - Brilliant Uncirculated Set
The 2007 bu set from the Netherlands marks a major change in the set's design. For the past several years the set had been dedicated to various important national causes and the color palette had been varied, applied to a constant design.
This new set marks the beginning of a 5 year program with these themes:2007: the currency symbol, 2008: the Queen's portrait, 2009: the mint master's mark, 2010: the Europa stars, 2006 - Netherlands - Leiden Rembrandt Proof Set
In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt’s birth, the city of Leiden in the Netherlands has issued local currency approved by the national government.
Rembrandt was born in Leiden which was the center of Netherlands’ national celebrations in 2006. The coins are denominated in “Rembrandts” and for the period of the festival were used to make local purchases, with one Rembrandt equal to 1 euro.
2006 - Netherlands - Leiden Rembrandt Proof Set
 In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt’s birth, the city of Leiden in the Netherlands has issued local currency approved by the national government.
Rembrandt was born in Leiden which was the center of Netherlands’ national celebrations in 2006. The coins are denominated in “Rembrandts” and for the period of the festival were used to make local purchases, with one Rembrandt equal to 1 euro.
The coins were distributed by the Dutch postal service which also assembled two collector sets: one in BU finish and one in proof.
Each proof set contains 5 coins, all struck in silver: one half-Rembrandt (26.00 mm), one 1-Rembrandt (26.5 mm)  and three 2-Rembrandts (30.00 mm)
The obverse of all coins bears a common design, the skyline of Leiden showing the buildings that were typical in the artist’s days and which still exist even today.
The reverses are all self-portraits of Rembrandt during his years in Leiden, complemented by designs of buildings that existed also during that time.
All coins are finished in proof and are encapsulated. Each set comes beautifully packaged in a handsome blue velour folder together with a numbered certificate of authenticity.
2005 - Brilliant Uncirculated Set - Netherlands
 This brilliant uncirculated set is dedicated to the Princess Beatrix Fund, a charity for patients suffering from Neuromuscular Diseases.
The set comes in a beautiful blue presentation folder, which outlines the Princess Beatrix Fund's cause. It also contains information on the Royal Dutch Mint, the Euro, and the Goede Doelen sets.
The coins contained in the set are the standard Netherlands Euro coins, which display a picture of Queen Beatrix in a field of stars.
 
Netherlands
Euromunten De serie euromunten omvat acht verschillende waarden (denominaties): 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 en 50 cent, €1 en €2. De euromunten hebben een gemeenschappelijke zijde en een nationale zijde. De nationale zijde geeft het land aan dat de munten uitgeeft.
Alle euromunten worden overal in het eurogebied geaccepteerd.
Nederland heeft voor twee ontwerpen gekozen van Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, beide met een beeltenis van Koningin Beatrix.
EUR 2
   Munten van EUR 1 en EUR 2: Op deze munten is Koningin Beatrix en profil afgebeeld met de tekst 'Beatrix Koningin der Nederlanden'. De twaalf sterren staan in een halve cirkel aan de rand van de munt. Randschrift op de munt van 2 euro : GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS *.
Landen van het eurogebied
 Te gedenken gebeurtenis: 50e verjaardag van het Verdrag van Rome
Beschrijving van het ontwerp: De munt toont het document met het Verdrag ondertekend door de zes oprichtingslanden tegen een achtergrond die herinnert aan de bestrating van de Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome (ontworpen door Michelangelo), waar het Verdrag op 25 maart 1957 werd ondertekend. De opschriften “Verdrag van Rome 50 jaar”, “EUROPA” en de naam van het uitgevende land zijn weergegeven in de respectieve talen van het eurogebied of in het Latijn. De opschriften verschillen dus van land tot land, maar de afbeelding is hetzelfde.
Bij het Verdrag van Rome werd de Europese Economische Gemeenschap opgericht, wat uiteindelijk heeft geleid tot de invoering van de euro in 1999 en de eurobankbiljetten en euromunten in 2002. De verjaardag zal worden gevierd op 25 maart 2007. De landen van het eurogebied hebben besloten de gelegenheid luister bij te zetten door gezamenlijk deze herdenkingsmunt uit te geven. Het ontwerp is geselecteerd na een wedstrijd die door de Europese munthuizen is gehouden.
Nationale Proofset 2008  
• De officiλle Nationale Proofset 2008 bevat acht Nederlandse euromunten met jaartal 2008, geslagen in de hoogste kwaliteit: Proof.
• De acht munten zijn verpakt in een luxe houten cassette en voorzien van een certificaat. De Nationale Proofset 2008 is de tweede uit een vijfdelige serie en is onderdeel van de Nationale Collectie®.
• De oplage is max. 10.000 sets.
Wanneer u een abonnement op de Nationale Proofset hebt, hoeft u deze niet via de website te bestellen.
Nationale BU Set 2008
 • De acht Nederlandse euromunten met jaartal 2008 in een mooie verzamelverpakking. De set is de tweede in een serie van vijf. De munten zijn geslagen in de kwaliteit Brilliant Uncirculated.
• Deze muntset maakt deel uit van deel uit van de Nationale Collectie en is de basis van alle verzamelmunten die de Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt jaarlijks uitgeeft.
• De oplage is max. 40.000 sets.

Netherlands - Euro Coins

Euro coins of the Netherlands

The Royal Dutch Mint as the successor to The Dutch Mint is probably Hollands oldest existing business. The first coins were minted in Utrecht about a thousand years ago. The Royal Dutch Mint has been in continuous operation since 1567.
 
Up until 1st January 2002 Holland's monetary system was based on the guilder, with 1 guilder equal to 100 cents. Now their monetary system is based on the euro.
 The Netherlands has chosen two designs by Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, both of Queen Beatrix.
   €1 and €2 coins: Queen Beatrix is shown in profile with the inscription “Beatrix Queen of The Netherlands” in Dutch. The 12 stars of Europe are confined to half the circumference of the coin. Edge lettering of the €2 coin: GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS * (God be with us). 
   1, 2, 5, 10, 20 and 50-cent coins: Queen Beatrix is shown in profile encircled by the inscription “Beatrix Queen of The Netherlands” in Dutch. 
Nederland
Nederland heeft voor twee ontwerpen gekozen van Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, beide met een beeltenis van Koningin Beatrix.
EUR 2
   Munten van EUR 1 en EUR 2: Op deze munten is Koningin Beatrix en profil afgebeeld met de tekst 'Beatrix Koningin der Nederlanden'. De twaalf sterren staan in een halve cirkel aan de rand van de munt. Randschrift op de munt van 2 euro : GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS *. 
Netherlands commemorative coins
Netherlands coins celebrating important people, events and places
2006 - Netherlands - Rembrandt van Rijn - 5€ Proof
 On 15th July 2006, the Netherlands celebrated the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn's birth. Rembrandt, who is considered the greatest Dutch artist of the Golden Age by those in the knowm already made quite an impression at a young age. Rembrandt's delicate touch with light and shade, use of bright colours and evident compassion for his fellow man warm the hearts of art lovers the wold over. And the Netherlands has also expressed its great pride in the artist by issuing a Rembrandt five-euro coin.
Rembrandt's life
As a young man, Rembrandt was extremely keen to make his mark as a painter, which prompted him to become an apprentice to first an artist from Leiden, then to Pieter Lastman in Amsterdam. When he later opened his own workshop in Leiden, his exceptional talent swiftly became apparent and he received major commissions from influential clients. He started training his own apprentices in 1627, before relocating to Amsterdam in 1631, as it was the place to be for an artist at the time. The move heralded a particularly favourable period for the hightly talented Rembrandt, in which he produced his best and most famous works: The Nightwatch, The Jewish Bride, The Steel Masters and his series of particularly appealing self-portraits. Rembrand died in 1669, at the age of 63, and lies interred in the Westerkerk in Amsterdam.
The design
Amsterdam artist Berend Strik is responsible for the design of the stunning coin. He drew his inspiration from a self-portrait of Rembrandt exhibited at the Mauritshuis Museum in the Hauge, the former home of Willian of Orange. In his use of embroidery stiching in both the portraits of Queen Beatrix and Rembrandt, Mr. Strik emanates the artisitc freedom so chracterisitic of the old master: "It was the finished result that counted in Rembrandt's opinion. He even went so far as to apply old fragments of chipped paint to achieve appealing contrasts!". Mr. Stik utilised various techniques in product his desing for the Rembrandt five-euro coin: he modelled the embroidery stiching on a lasered photograph. The result is a tangible keepsake commemorating the grand master of Dutch art.
Netherlands 2005 - Queen Beatrix Silver Jubilee - Silver Proof
On April 30, 1980, Queen Juliana signed the Act of Abdication and that same day, Princess Beatrix was coronated Queen of the Netherlands in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam. To commemorate the event, the Royal Dutch Mint has issued this 10€ silver proof coin.
The coin was minted using the highly unique Minted Photo Imaging technique, where exceptionally detailed images are laser etched in the coin die. This makes it possible to put photographic images on coins.
The image laser etched onto this coin is that of Princess Beatrix the exact moment she took the oath making her Queen. The words, "Wij Zijn Samen één" ("Together we are one"), can be read across the reverse, continuing onto the obverse.
 
Netherlands 2007 - Brilliant Uncirculated Set
The 2007 bu set from the Netherlands marks a major change in the set's design. For the past several years the set had been dedicated to various important national causes and the color palette had been varied, applied to a constant design.
This new set marks the beginning of a 5 year program with these themes:2007: the currency symbol, 2008: the Queen's portrait, 2009: the mint master's mark, 2010: the Europa stars, 2006 - Netherlands - Leiden Rembrandt Proof Set
In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt’s birth, the city of Leiden in the Netherlands has issued local currency approved by the national government.
Rembrandt was born in Leiden which was the center of Netherlands’ national celebrations in 2006. The coins are denominated in “Rembrandts” and for the period of the festival were used to make local purchases, with one Rembrandt equal to 1 euro.
2006 - Netherlands - Leiden Rembrandt Proof Set
 In commemoration of the 400th anniversary of Rembrandt’s birth, the city of Leiden in the Netherlands has issued local currency approved by the national government.
Rembrandt was born in Leiden which was the center of Netherlands’ national celebrations in 2006. The coins are denominated in “Rembrandts” and for the period of the festival were used to make local purchases, with one Rembrandt equal to 1 euro.
The coins were distributed by the Dutch postal service which also assembled two collector sets: one in BU finish and one in proof.
Each proof set contains 5 coins, all struck in silver: one half-Rembrandt (26.00 mm), one 1-Rembrandt (26.5 mm)  and three 2-Rembrandts (30.00 mm)
The obverse of all coins bears a common design, the skyline of Leiden showing the buildings that were typical in the artist’s days and which still exist even today.
The reverses are all self-portraits of Rembrandt during his years in Leiden, complemented by designs of buildings that existed also during that time.
All coins are finished in proof and are encapsulated. Each set comes beautifully packaged in a handsome blue velour folder together with a numbered certificate of authenticity.
2005 - Brilliant Uncirculated Set - Netherlands
 This brilliant uncirculated set is dedicated to the Princess Beatrix Fund, a charity for patients suffering from Neuromuscular Diseases.
The set comes in a beautiful blue presentation folder, which outlines the Princess Beatrix Fund's cause. It also contains information on the Royal Dutch Mint, the Euro, and the Goede Doelen sets.
The coins contained in the set are the standard Netherlands Euro coins, which display a picture of Queen Beatrix in a field of stars.
 
Netherlands
Euromunten De serie euromunten omvat acht verschillende waarden (denominaties): 1, 2, 5, 10, 20 en 50 cent, €1 en €2. De euromunten hebben een gemeenschappelijke zijde en een nationale zijde. De nationale zijde geeft het land aan dat de munten uitgeeft.
Alle euromunten worden overal in het eurogebied geaccepteerd.
Nederland heeft voor twee ontwerpen gekozen van Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, beide met een beeltenis van Koningin Beatrix.
EUR 2
   Munten van EUR 1 en EUR 2: Op deze munten is Koningin Beatrix en profil afgebeeld met de tekst 'Beatrix Koningin der Nederlanden'. De twaalf sterren staan in een halve cirkel aan de rand van de munt. Randschrift op de munt van 2 euro : GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS *.
Landen van het eurogebied
 Te gedenken gebeurtenis: 50e verjaardag van het Verdrag van Rome
Beschrijving van het ontwerp: De munt toont het document met het Verdrag ondertekend door de zes oprichtingslanden tegen een achtergrond die herinnert aan de bestrating van de Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome (ontworpen door Michelangelo), waar het Verdrag op 25 maart 1957 werd ondertekend. De opschriften “Verdrag van Rome 50 jaar”, “EUROPA” en de naam van het uitgevende land zijn weergegeven in de respectieve talen van het eurogebied of in het Latijn. De opschriften verschillen dus van land tot land, maar de afbeelding is hetzelfde.
Bij het Verdrag van Rome werd de Europese Economische Gemeenschap opgericht, wat uiteindelijk heeft geleid tot de invoering van de euro in 1999 en de eurobankbiljetten en euromunten in 2002. De verjaardag zal worden gevierd op 25 maart 2007. De landen van het eurogebied hebben besloten de gelegenheid luister bij te zetten door gezamenlijk deze herdenkingsmunt uit te geven. Het ontwerp is geselecteerd na een wedstrijd die door de Europese munthuizen is gehouden.
Nationale Proofset 2008  
• De officiλle Nationale Proofset 2008 bevat acht Nederlandse euromunten met jaartal 2008, geslagen in de hoogste kwaliteit: Proof.
• De acht munten zijn verpakt in een luxe houten cassette en voorzien van een certificaat. De Nationale Proofset 2008 is de tweede uit een vijfdelige serie en is onderdeel van de Nationale Collectie®.
• De oplage is max. 10.000 sets.
Wanneer u een abonnement op de Nationale Proofset hebt, hoeft u deze niet via de website te bestellen.
Nationale BU Set 2008
 • De acht Nederlandse euromunten met jaartal 2008 in een mooie verzamelverpakking. De set is de tweede in een serie van vijf. De munten zijn geslagen in de kwaliteit Brilliant Uncirculated.
• Deze muntset maakt deel uit van deel uit van de Nationale Collectie en is de basis van alle verzamelmunten die de Koninklijke Nederlandse Munt jaarlijks uitgeeft.
• De oplage is max. 40.000 sets.

EURO COINS

Netherlands - Official coin set BU, Willem Alexander, 2017

Official Euro coins set (Brilliant Uncirculated) of Netherlands, 2017 with the portrait of the new King Willem Alexander.

Price: 32,00 €
Netherlands – 2 Euro, 200 Years of Kingdom, 2013

Commemorative 2 Euro coin of Netherlands 2013, quality unc, celebrating the 200 years of the Dutch kingdom.

Price: 4,50 €
Netherlands – 2 Euro, Change of Throne, 2013

Double portrait, Change of Throne Announcement. Commemorative 2 Euro coin of Netherlands 2013, quality unc, celebrating the Change of Throne Announcement.

Price: 5,60 €
Netherlands – 2 Euro, 10 Years of EURO cash, 2012

At the beginning of 2012 all euro-area countries will issue a single commemorative 2 Euro circulation coin with a common design on the national side to celebrate 10 years of Euro banknotes and coins.

Price: 4,50 €
Netherlands – 2 Euro Treaty of Rome, 2007

This 2 Euro coin was issued on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. It shows the Treaty document signed by the six founding countries on a background evocating the paving (designed by Michelangelo) of the Piazza del Campidoglio in Rome, where the signing took place on 25 March 1957.

Price: 4,50 €
Netherlands - Official BU Set 2003

The set contains eight euro coins with the year 2003 minted in Brilliant Uncirculated quality.

Price: 12,50 €