Scarce Gold One Ducat From The Netherlands - Dates In The 1920's - Uncirculated Condition
Netherland ducats have been used for trade in the region for centuries and is minted as a bullion coin to this day.
The obverse of these one ducats depicts a knight holding a bundle of arrows signifying the unification of the six northern provinces under the Union of Utrecht - a declaration of independence from Spain. The reverse features a legend that translates to "money of the provinces of the United Netherlands according to the law of the empire."
Specifications: Weight: 0.1106 ounces of pure gold. Fineness .983 fine., Diameter: 20 millimeters.