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Gold guilder

gold guilders

Gold guilder is the collective denomination for gold coins that were minted in Europe with a value of 28 pence. The first of these gold coins (Florin) came from the Italian region of Florence. The regions of Venice and other states followed this state. This was in the 13th century. The reason for the minting of these coins was the enormous demand for gold coins. Many silver coins were in circulation, but these were not available to international traders. Because the amounts of purchases and sales were large. The size of silver coins and different weights and proportions of countries was impractical. The gold Italian coin was made of almost pure gold. Due to the minting of ducats this was kept as standard by surrounding countries. However, the minted gold guilders were minted by many individual clients and deviated from content. Sometimes so bad that the coins faded in color (by adding silver) letter. Hence the name brook gold for these gold coins.

 
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gold guilders

Arnoldus gold guilder

Arnold van Egmond had gold guilders minted. (pale gold). These Arnoldus gold guilders were minted between 1423 - 1473. The content of this coin was only 12 carats.

Hornse gold guilders

The Bishop of Li├Ęge: Johan van Home made it even more colorful, he also had gold guilders minted between 1484 - 1506. This so-called Hornsche gold guilder was only 10 carat.

Philip gold guilders

Philip the Fair of Habsburg had gold guilders minted from 1496 and were of 16 carat.

Karolus gold guilder

Emperor Charles V had gold guilders minted with a grade of 14 carat.

Wurzburg gold guilders

The 1 gold guilder from 1807 - 1809 is made of gold with a fineness of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.2 grams. On the front is the image of the monarch inside inscription and on the back is a palm tree, coat of arms, year and the value indication.

The 1 gold guilder from 1812 - 1814 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.2 grams. On the front is the image of the monarch inside inscription and on the back is the coat of arms with the year and the value indication.

Bavaria gold guilders

The 1 gold guilder from 1700 - 1715 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the prince inscription to the right and a small image of Madonna and child above a crowned coat of arms, the coat of arms is inscribed between the year and the whole inside.

The 1 gold guilder from 1740 is made of gold with a grade of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the monarch to the right inside inscription and on the reverse of the coin is a crowned double-headed eagle with spread wings. On the chest of the eagle is a shield with the value indication and the whole is inscribed with the year again.

The 2 gold guilders from 1740 are made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 75 grams. with spread wings. On the chest of the eagle is a shield with the value indication and the whole is inscribed with the year again.

Brunswick - Luneburg - Calenberg - Hanover gold guilders

The 1/4 gold guilder from 1754 - 1757 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 0.87 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the king with curly hair inscription to the left. The coin has the value denomination expressed in two different units, both are inscribed with the year.

The 1/2 gold guilder from 1749 - 1756 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 1.75 grams. The coin has the value denomination expressed in two different units, both are inscribed with the year.

The 1 gold guilder from 1749 - 1754 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the monarch with curly hair inscription to the left. the value is expressed in two different units, both are inscribed with the year.

The 2 gold guilders from 1749 - 1754 are made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 7 grams. the value is expressed in two different units, both are inscribed with the year.

The 4 gold guilders from 1749 - 1750 are made of gold with a grade of 986/1000 and a weight of 14 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the monarch with curly hair inscription to the left. the value is expressed in two different units, both are inscribed with the year.

The 1 gold guilder from 1753 - 1755 is made of gold with a grade of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of a crowned coat of arms within inscription. On the reverse of the coin is the value indication in expressed in two different units, both are inscribed with the year.

The 2 gold guilders from 1749 - 1755 are made of gold with a grade of 986/1000 and a weight of 7 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of a crowned coat of arms within inscription. On the reverse of the coin is the value indication in it. expressed in two different units, both are inscribed with the year.

Hanau - Lichtenberg gold guilders

The 1 gold guilder from 1737 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the monarch to the right inside inscription and on the reverse of the coin is a crowned coat of arms above the year and the whole inside inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1739 is made of gold with a grade of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the monarch inscription to the right inside and on the reverse of the coin is a crowned coat of arms above the year and the whole inside inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1740 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the monarch to the right inside inscription and on the reverse of the coin is a crowned coat of arms above the year and the whole inside inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1758 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is the image of the prince inscription to the right inside and a crowned coat of arms above the coin on the reverse the year and the whole inside inscription.

Ulm gold guilder

The 1 gold guilder from 1704 is made of gold with a grade of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is a coat of arms within decoration and on the reverse of the coin is inscription of four lines above the year.
The 1 gold guilder from 1704 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. On the obverse of the coin is a coat of arms within decoration and the decoration within a circle, the circle is within a cut square and on the The reverse of the coin has an inscription of four lines above the year within a circle and the circle within a clipped square.

The 6 gold guilders from 1704 are made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 21 grams. On the obverse of the coin is a coat of arms within decoration and the decoration within a circle, the circle is within a cut square and on the The reverse of the coin has an inscription of four lines above the year within a circle and the circle within a clipped square.

Wied - Neuwied gold guilder

The 1 gold guilder from 1751 is made of gold with a fineness of 986/1000 and a weight of 3.5 grams. oval coat of arms with an image of a stork inside. The coat of arms is inside decoration and the whole above the year and year is again above the value indication.

Wurzburg gold guilders

The 1 gold guilder from 1749 is made of gold with a fineness of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. the coin has a crowned coat of arms decorated with helmets and the whole is inscribed inside.

The 1 gold guilder from 1755 is made of gold with a fineness of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. the coin has a crowned coat of arms decorated with helmets and the whole is inscribed inside.

The 1 gold guilder from 1755 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. image of three female figures.

The 1 gold guilder from 1764 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. image of a female figure.

The 1 gold guilder from 1773 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. image of a palm tree behind the coat of arms and the whole is above the year and below the inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1774 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. image of a palm tree behind the coat of arms and the whole is above the year and below the inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1777 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right. image of a palm tree behind the coat of arms and the whole is above the year and below the inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1778 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. image of a palm tree behind the coat of arms and the whole is above the year and below the inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1779 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. image of a palm tree behind the coat of arms and the whole is above the year and below the inscription.

The 1 gold guilder from 1773 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. image of a standing figure between the year and the whole inside inscription.

The 1 gold guilder from 1786 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. depiction of a coat of arms decorated with helmets between the year and the whole inside inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1791 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. depiction of a coat of arms decorated with helmets between the year and the whole inside inscription.
The 1 gold guilder from 1794 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. depiction of a coat of arms decorated with helmets between the year and the whole inside inscription.

The 1 gold guilder from 1786 is made of gold with a grade of 770/1000 and a weight of 3.25 grams. On the obverse of the coin is an image of the bust of the monarch inscription to the right inside. image of a palm tree behind the coat of arms and inscription inside.