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After incredible success with the modernized strike of the 1617 Daalder Leeuwendaaler Lion Dollar proof, The Royal Dutch mint decided to produce a 1 oz 999 pure silver bullion re-strike that would represent a piece of Dutch history. Buy yours at our online store today before they are all gone.

The obverse displays a knight standing with his shield resting in front of his legs with the words "Silver money of the confederated provinces of the Netherlands" in Latin between two circles of bead work.

On the reverse side the Netherlands Heraldic lion is displayed beautifully in the rampant posture with the year, weight, and purity in various positions around it, followed by the words in between two circles of beads that reads " who trusts in the lord is not moved" in Latin.

With a limited mintage of only 25,000 these are expected to sellout fast, order yours today.

Brilliant Uncirculated
Knight with shield in "Rampant" position with the words "MO. ARG. PRO. CONFOE. BELG TRA" decorating the rim.
Lion with the date of issue, weight, and purity, with the words " CONFIDENS. DNO. NON. MOVETVR" around the rim.
1 oz