10 cents (World War II Dutch coin)

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10 cents
Netherlands
Value10 Dutch cents
Mass3.3 g
Diameter22 mm
Thickness1.5 mm
EdgeReeded
Composition100% Zn
Years of minting1941-1943
Obverse
Netherlands 10 cents 1942 reverse.jpg
DesignThree tulips flanked by dots within a circle.
Lettering:
NEDERLAND
Reverse
Netherlands 10 cents 1942 obverse.jpg
DesignDenomination with sprigs.
Lettering
10 CENTS 1941

The zinc 10-cent coin was minted in the Netherlands between 1941 and 1943 during World War II. It was worth 1/10, or .10, of the guilder, and designed by Nico de Haas, a Dutch national-socialist. The respective mintage was of 29,800,000 (1941), 95,600,000 (1942), 29,000,000 (1943).[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "10 Cents - Wilhelmina (German Occupation) - Netherlands - Numista". Numista. Retrieved 2013-01-20.
Preceded by
Wilhelmina (4th portrait)
1926–1945
World War II

1941–1943
Succeeded by
Wilhelmina (5th portrait)
1948