2½ cents (World War II Dutch coin)
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|Value||2½ Dutch cents|
|Years of minting||1941-1942|
|Design||Two swans' heads.
|Design||Denomination, four waves, and grain.
The 2½ cent coin minted in the Netherlands during World War II was made of zinc, and worth 1/40, or .025, of the Dutch guilder. It was designed by Nico de Haas, a Dutch national-socialist, and struck in 1941 and 1942.
- "2½ Cents - Wilhelmina (German Occupation) - Netherlands - Numista". Retrieved 2013-01-20.
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