25 cents (World War II Dutch coin)
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|Value||25 Dutch cents|
|Years of minting||1941–1943|
|Design||Saling ship with waves.
Denomination with sprigs.
25 CENTS 1941
The 25-cent piece was the highest-denomination coin minted in the Netherlands during World War II. Struck between 1941 and 1943, the 25-cent coin was worth 1/4, or 0.25, of a Dutch guilder. It was made entirely of zinc, and designed by Nico de Haas, a Dutch national-socialist. The respective mintage was of 34,600,000 (1941), (1942), 13,600,000 (1943).
- "25 Cents - Wilhelmina (German Occupation) - Netherlands - Numista". Numista. Retrieved 2013-01-20.
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