The Dutch Guilder is also known as the Dutch Gulden. The United States Dollar is also known as the American Dollar, and the US Dollar. The symbol for USD can be written $. The United States Dollar is divided into 100 cents. The exchange rate for the Dutch Guilder was last updated on May 3, 2021 from The International Monetary Fund.
To show Dutch Guilders and just one other currency click on any other currency. The Dutch Guilder (NLG) is obsolete.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.
The Historic Currency Calculator (no longer available) at DutchAncestryCoach.com returned the following results in 2013: 314 guilders in the year 1660 was equivalent to 1.1 yearly wages of an unskilled worker. This roughly corresponds to 29,927 USD today. 5,000 guilders in the year 1655 was equivalent to 18.3 yearly wages of an unskilled worker.
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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.
Gold Guilder were circulation coins issuedby the Royal Dutch Mint for the Kingdom of the Netherlands until 1933 when production was discontinued together with the Gold Sovereign. The Dutch guilder was the currency of the Netherlands from the 17th century until 2002 when it was replaced by the euro.
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 This face value is no longer valid as the Netherlands now uses the euro instead of the guilder.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.
The Nederlandsche Bank issued Dutch Guilder banknotes in 11 different denominations, including this 1 Dutch Guilder banknote (Muntbiljet 1943). They are part of the Dutch Guilder banknotes series. The Nederlandsche Bank started issuing these 1 Dutch Guilder banknotes in 1943. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1945.
As a group they are still commonly called the Dutch Caribbean, regardless of their legal status. The Netherlands Antillean guilder (Dutch: gulden) is the currency of Curaçao and Sint Maarten, which until 2010 formed the Netherlands Antilles along with Bonaire, Saba, and Sint Eustatius. It is subdivided into 100 cents (Dutch plural form: centen).