Ten cent coin (Netherlands 1926–41)

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10 cents
 The Netherlands
Value 0.10 Dutch gulden
Mass ? g
Diameter 15 mm
Thickness ? mm
Edge reeded
Orientation coin
Composition 72% Ag
Years of minting 1926~1945
(Utrecht)
Mintage 155,400,000
Circulation ?–
1948
Obverse
Design Face value, year, mint mark, privy mark.
Two twigs.
Designer ?
Reverse
Design Country-designation.
Queen Wilhelmina
Designer J. C. Wienecke

Mintage numbers[edit]

The following numbers of coins were struck:

Year Mintage Mint Mint marks Remarks
1926 2,700,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1927 2,300,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1928 10,000,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1930 5,000,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1934 2,000,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, privy mark Privy mark is slightly smaller than other years, and the grapes have one extra branch.
1935 8,000,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1936 16,000,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1937 18,600,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1938 21,400,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1939 20,000,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster
1941 43,000,000 Utrecht Utrecht mint, mintmaster During 1941 an unusually large number of coins were struck in order to prevent precious war metals from falling into the hands of the Germans.
Total: 149,000,000
Preceded by
Wilhelmina (3rd portrait)
1906~1922
Wilhelmina (4th portrait)

1926–1945
Succeeded by
World War II
1941–1943
(In Netherlands proper only,
not in colonies)