One cent coin (Netherlands)

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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 a cent or 1/100 of a Dutch guilder.

Dimensions and weight[edit]

Specifications 1 cent 1817–1877 1 cent 1877–1941 1 cent 1941–1944 1 cent 1948–1980 Refs
Gram 3.85  gram (1817-1837)
3.9  gram (1860-1877)
2.5  gram (1877-1901)
2.6 gram (1913-1941)
2 gram 1.9 gram (1948)
2  mm (1950-1980)
[1]
Diameter 22  mm 19  mm 17  mm 17.1  mm
Thickness 1  mm 1  mm 1.5  mm 1.2  mm (1948)
1.3  mm (1950-1980)
Metal Copper Bronze Zinc Bronze

Versions[edit]

Monarch Mint Material Obverse Reverse Edge Minting years Refs
William I Utrecht and Brussels Copper Crowned W between the mint year Crowned Dutch coat of arms
between value
Smooth with no
edge lettering
1817-1819(U)
1821-1824(U and B)
1826-1828(U and B)
1830(U)
1831(U)
1837(U)
[2]
William III Utrecht Copper Crowned W between the mint year Crowned Dutch coat of arms
between value
Smooth with no
edge lettering
1860-1864
1870
1873
1875-1877
William III Utrecht Bronze Crowned lion with sword and quiver Value between two
bonded orange branches
Reeded with no
edge lettering
1877
1878
1880-1884
Wilhelmina Utrecht Bronze Crowned lion with sword and quiver Value between two
bonded orange branches
Reeded with no
edge lettering
1892
1896-1901
Wilhelmina Utrecht Bronze Crowned lion with sword and quiver (smaller mint and mint master mark
and lion manes longer)
Value between two
bonded orange branches
Reeded with no
edge lettering
1902
1904-1907
Wilhelmina Utrecht and Philadelphia Bronze Crowned lion with sword and quiver (different crown and bigger lettering) Value between two
bonded orange branches
(different orange branches
and bigger lettering)
Reeded with no
edge lettering
1913-1922(U)
1924-1931(U)
1937-1941(U)
1942(P)
1943(P)
German occupation coin[n 1] Utrecht Zinc Strait cross with ribbon displaying ‘Nederland’ Value with four waves
and a cereal ear
Reeded with no
edge lettering
1941-1944
Wilhelmina Utrecht Bronze Queens head to the left Value Smooth with no
edge lettering
1948
Juliana Utrecht Bronze Queens head to the right Value Smooth with no
edge lettering
1950-1980

Gallery[edit]

Obverse and reverse of 1 Cent coin 1941 and 1943
Obverse 1 Cent 1941.
 
Reverse 1 Cent 1941.
 
Obverse 1 Cent 1943.
 
Reverse 1 Cent 1943.
 

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The 1 cent coin made in the Netherlands during World War II was made of zinc, and worth 1/100, or .01, of the Dutch guilder. It was designed by Nico de Haas, a Dutch national-socialist. The respective mintage was of 31,800,000 (1941), 241,000,000 (1942), 71,000,000 (1943), and 29,600,000 (1944).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "numista.com". Retrieved 2014-05-19. 
  2. ^ "nomisma.nl". Retrieved 2014-05-17. 

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