As coins were struck in millions (with a few exceptions) the Royal Dutch Mint’s gold coin with a face value of 10 Guilders is the most popular investment in gold bullion Guilder, bearing exquisite designs, supreme manufacturing quality and, depending on the rarity, the condition and the year of issue, a significant historic and commemorative value.
Dutch Guilder (NLG) and United States Dollar (USD) Currency Exchange Rate Conversion Calculator. The Dutch Guilder (NLG) is obsolete. It was replaced with the Euro (EUR) on January 1, 1999. One EUR is equivalent to 2.20371 NLG. Euro (EUR) and United States Dollar (USD) Currency Exchange Rate Conversion Calculator.
Repeat these steps for any other notes and coins you want to exchange. Complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies. To exchange your 10 Dutch Guilders banknote (Frans Hals 1968) for cash: add it to your wallet now! 1 NLG = £0.2116000000. You get: £ 2.11 600.
Dutch 10 Guilder coins were all struck as legal tender in the Netherlands. Their face value was a consistent 10 Guilders. This face value is no longer valid as the Netherlands now uses the euro instead of the guilder. It is irrelevant in any case as no one would choose to spend these coins for a mere 10 Guilders.
Dutch Guilder coins were exchangeable for their face value until 2005, after which the exchange deadline set by De Nederlandsche Bank expired. However at Leftov... Exchange rate: £ 0.00 500 View series
One EUR is equivalent to 2.20371 NLG. The Dutch Guilder is the currency in Netherlands (NL, NLD). The Dutch Guilder is also known as the Dutch Gulden. The exchange rate for the Dutch Guilder was last updated on March 25, 2021 from The International Monetary Fund.
As of 1938, the rate was 1.82 guilders = 1 U.S. dollar. One Dutch guilder in 1914 could buy roughly the same amount of goods and services as 10.02 U.S. dollars or 8.17 euros in December 2017. In 1938, the guilder purchasing power would be approximately equal to 9.54 U.S. dollars or 7.78 euros in December 2017.
1940 For similar coins dated 1943D with palm tree privy mark, see Netherlands East Indies 2-1/2 Gulden: 4,640,000
Detailed information about the coin 1 Gulden, Juliana, Netherlands, with pictures and collection and swap management: mintage, descriptions, metal, weight, size, value and other numismatic data