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  1. One cent coin (Netherlands) Reverse and obverse 1-cent coin 1948 and 1952. The one-cent coin was a coin struck in the Kingdom of the Netherlands between 1817 and 1980. The coin was worth 1 cent or 1⁄100 of a Dutch guilder . Contents 1 Dimensions and weight 2 Versions 3 Gallery 4 Notes 5 References 6 External links Dimensions and weight [ edit]

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    Portrait of Queen Juliana facing right Script:Latin Lettering:JULIANA KONINGIN DER NEDERLANDEN Translation:Juliana, Queen of the Netherlands Engraver: Ludwig Oswald Wenckebach

    Denomination, divided date at lower sides of "1" with a fish & Caduceus on either side of the denomination Script:Latin Lettering: 19 1 58 CENT Engraver: Ludwig Oswald Wenckebach

    How to understand the difference with "6" for 1966: this is normal-sized date: right "6" aligned on top of "T": and this is large "6": hanging over "T" to the right: cock and caduceus mint marks on 1980 coin Image of caduceus: Caduceus is a traditional symbol of Hermes and features two snakes winding around a winged staff.

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    • Obverse
    • Reverse
    • Comments
    • See Also

    Portrait of Queen Juliana facing right Script:Latin Lettering:JULIANA KONINGIN DER NEDERLANDEN Translation:Juliana, Queen of the Netherlands Engraver: Ludwig Oswald Wenckebach

    Denomination, divided date at lower sides of "1" with a fish & Caduceus on either side of the denomination Script:Latin Lettering: 19 1 58 CENT Engraver: Ludwig Oswald Wenckebach

    How to understand the difference with "6" for 1966: this is normal-sized date: right "6" aligned on top of "T": and this is large "6": hanging over "T" to the right: cock and caduceus mint marks on 1980 coin Image of caduceus: Caduceus is a traditional symbol of Hermes and features two snakes winding around a winged staff.

  3. The guilders replaced the silver coins that circulating in the United Netherlands. It was replaced by the French franc between 1810 and 1814 but was readopted after the Napoleonic wars. The guilder became decimalized in 1817 with one guilder subdivided into 100 cents. However, the last pre-decimal coin was withdrawn in 1848.

  4. Aug 16, 2021 · The guilder had been the Dutch currency since 1680. The Dutch name " gulden" derived from the Dutch word meaning "golden." As the name indicates, the coin was originally made of gold. The symbol "ƒ" or "fl." for the Dutch guilder was derived from another old currency, the florin.

  5. Cent amounts from 1 to 99 can be represented as one or two digits followed by the appropriate abbreviation (2¢, 5c, 75¢, 99c), or as a subdivision of the base unit ($0.75, €0.99) In some countries, longer abbreviations like "ct." are used. Languages that use other alphabets have their own abbreviations and conventions.