1760, Netherlands, Gelderland. Gold 14 Gulden Golden Rider Coin. NGC MS-61
1760, Netherlands, Gelderland. Gold 14 Gulden Golden Rider Coin. NGC MS-61
1760, Netherlands, Gelderland. Gold 14 Gulden Golden Rider Coin. NGC MS-61

1760, Netherlands, Gelderland. Gold 14 Gulden Golden Rider Coin. NGC MS-61
Gold 14 Gulden “Golden Rider” Coin. Mint Year: 1760 Mint Place: Utrecht Denomination: Gold 14 Gulden “Golden Rider” Condition. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-61! Reference: Friedberg 313, Delmonte 653, KM-86.2. Scarce 1-Year variation with full name of the province “GELDRIA” in legend! 917 Diameter: 28mm Weight: 9.93gm. Obverse : Armored knight riding horse brandishing sword galloping above crowned shield with arms of Gelderland below. Legend: (privy mark: knotted tree) MO : AUR : PRO : CONFOED : (crowned coat-of-arms of Gelderland) BELG : GELDRIA. Reverse : Crowned shield with dutch arms, date (17 60) split above. Through concord little things grow (Union is strength). Gelderland , also known as Guelders in English, is a province of the Netherlands, occupying the centre-east of the country. With a total area of 5,136 km2 (1,983 sq mi) of which 173 km2 (67 sq mi) is water, it is the largest province of the Netherlands. [5] Gelderland shares borders with six other provinces (Flevoland, Limburg, North Brabant, Overijssel, South Holland and Utrecht) and the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. Historically, the province dates from states of the Holy Roman Empire and takes its name from the nearby German city of Geldern. According to the Wichard saga, the city was named by the Lords of Pont who fought and killed a dragon in 878 AD. They named the town they founded after the death rattle of the dragon. The County of Guelders arose out of the Frankish pagus Hamaland in the 11th century around castles near Roermond and Geldern. The counts of Gelre acquired the Betuwe and Veluwe regions and, through marriage, the County of Zutphen. Thus the counts of Guelders laid the foundation for a territorial power that, through control of the Rhine, Waal, Meuse and IJssel rivers, was to play an important role in the later Middle Ages. The geographical position of their territory dictated the external policy of the counts during the following centuries; they were committed to the interests of the Holy Roman Empire and to expansion south and west. Further enlarged by the acquisition of the imperial city of Nijmegen in the 13th century, the countship was raised to a duchy in 1339 by the Holy Roman Emperor, Louis IV. After 1379, the duchy was ruled from Jülich and by the counts of Egmond and Cleves. The duchy resisted Burgundian domination, but William, Duke of Jülich-Cleves-Berg was forced to cede it to Charles V in 1543, after which it formed part of the Burgundian-Habsburg hereditary lands. The duchy revolted with the rest of the Netherlands against Philip II of Spain and joined the Union of Utrecht (1579). After the deposition of Philip II, its sovereignty was vested in the States of Gelderland, and the princes of Orange were stadtholders. In 1672, the province was temporarily occupied by Louis XIV and, in 1713, the southeastern part including the ducal capital of Geldern fell to Prussia. Part of the Batavian Republic (17951806), of Louis Bonapartes Kingdom of Holland (180610), and of the French Empire (181013), Gelderland became a province of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in 1815. The item “1760, Netherlands, Gelderland. Gold 14 Gulden Golden Rider Coin. NGC MS-61″ is in sale since Saturday, June 26, 2021. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Wien. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands
  • Certification: NGC
  • Denomination: 14 Gulden
  • KM Number: 86.2.
  • Grade: MS 61
  • Year: 1760

1760, Netherlands, Gelderland. Gold 14 Gulden Golden Rider Coin. NGC MS-61
1875 Netherlands Gold 10 Gulden Coin Graded by NGC as MS-65
1875 Netherlands Gold 10 Gulden Coin Graded by NGC as MS-65
1875 Netherlands Gold 10 Gulden Coin Graded by NGC as MS-65
1875 Netherlands Gold 10 Gulden Coin Graded by NGC as MS-65

1875 Netherlands Gold 10 Gulden Coin Graded by NGC as MS-65
1875 Netherlands Gold 10 Gulden Coin Graded by NGC as MS-65. Minted in 1875 in the Netherlands. Graded by NGC as MS65. Gorgeous Gold Netherlands 10 Gulden! Local Pick-up is available in our showroom. Your continuing satisfaction is very important to us. Unslabbed coins will be sent to buyers in personalized coin flips. As one of the largest Coin & Jewelry Companies on the west coast, and also one of the best gold buyers, Continental has been the destination for coins, jewelry, fine art and collectible buyers and sellers for over 45 years. All items for sale are available for viewing at our Southern California showroom. We would like to thank all of our loyal customers for their continued support. Continental Coin and Jewelry Company Web Department. The item “1875 Netherlands Gold 10 Gulden Coin Graded by NGC as MS-65″ is in sale since Thursday, February 2, 2017. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “continentalcoinandjewelry” and is located in Van Nuys, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands
  • Certification Number: 195003-004
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS 65
  • Year: 1875
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Gold

1875 Netherlands Gold 10 Gulden Coin Graded by NGC as MS-65
1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50
1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50
1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50
1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50
1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50
1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50

1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50
Add Eternity Coins to Favorites. Walking Liberty Half Dollars. Indian Gold Quarter Eagles. Up for sale here is an excellent 1648 Netherlands Utrecht Provincial Gold Ducat Coin (1D) that has been professionally certified and graded AU50 by the NGC Grading Service – Almost Uncirculated. This is a rare and beautiful Gold Ducat. Quite a coin, now nearly 300 years old! As always, this piece is Guaranteed Genuine. About Us: Quality customer service is a top priority at Eternity Coins. Hundreds of satisfied customers. With rare classic gold and silver coins for their collections. We have been continuously recognized as an. For consistently providing excellent service and achieving the highest ratings from buyers of our coins. We take special care in the packing of each coin and also include free tracking with every order to ensure that your coins are delivered safely. All coins offered by Eternity Coins are. Coin grading is subjective and all posted grades provide professional opinions. We post multiple large, clear photos of each and every coin so that you can take a look at these gorgeous pieces yourself. If you have any questions, feel free to let us know. What Our Customers Say. Received Coin with No Surprises. Quality of Coin Exactly & Better Than Expected. This is a person I intend to do business with in the future. The item “1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50″ is in sale since Tuesday, June 22, 2021. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “eternitycoin” and is located in Beverly Hills, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: AU 50
  • Year: 1648
  • Composition: Gold

1648 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Provincial Ducat Coin 1D Certified NGC AU50
1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55
1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55
1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55
1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55
1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55
1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55
1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55

1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55
Add Eternity Coins to Favorites. Walking Liberty Half Dollars. Indian Gold Quarter Eagles. Up for sale here is an excellent 1651 Netherlands Zeeland Provincial Gold 2 Ducat Coin (2D) that has been professionally certified and judged to be in AU55 Condition by the NGC Grading Service – Choice Almost Uncirculated. This is a rare and beautiful piece with nice luster and surfaces. It is quite scarce in the high AU55 Choice AU Grade. Quite a coin, now well over 300 years old! As always, this piece is Guaranteed Genuine. About Us: Quality customer service is a top priority at Eternity Coins. Hundreds of satisfied customers. With rare classic gold and silver coins for their collections. We have been continuously recognized as an. For consistently providing excellent service and achieving the highest ratings from buyers of our coins. We take special care in the packing of each coin and also include free tracking with every order to ensure that your coins are delivered safely. All coins offered by Eternity Coins are. Coin grading is subjective and all posted grades provide professional opinions. We post multiple large, clear photos of each and every coin so that you can take a look at these gorgeous pieces yourself. If you have any questions, feel free to let us know. What Our Customers Say. Received Coin with No Surprises. Quality of Coin Exactly & Better Than Expected. This is a person I intend to do business with in the future. The item “1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55″ is in sale since Monday, November 16, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “eternitycoin” and is located in Beverly Hills, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: AU 55
  • Year: 1651
  • Composition: Gold

1651 Netherlands Zeeland Gold Provincial 2 Ducat Coin (2D) Certified NGC AU55
1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)
1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)
1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)
1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)
1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)
1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)
1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)

1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)
Add Eternity Coins to Favorites. Walking Liberty Half Dollars. Indian Gold Quarter Eagles. Up for sale here is an excellent 1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin (1S) that has been professionally certified and judged to be in Uncirculated Details Condition (Cleaned) by the NGC Grading Service. This is a rare and beautiful Uncirculated piece. Quite a coin, now nearly 300 years old! As always, this piece is Guaranteed Genuine. About Us: Quality customer service is a top priority at Eternity Coins. Hundreds of satisfied customers. With rare classic gold and silver coins for their collections. We have been continuously recognized as an. For consistently providing excellent service and achieving the highest ratings from buyers of our coins. We take special care in the packing of each coin and also include free tracking with every order to ensure that your coins are delivered safely. All coins offered by Eternity Coins are. Coin grading is subjective and all posted grades provide professional opinions. We post multiple large, clear photos of each and every coin so that you can take a look at these gorgeous pieces yourself. If you have any questions, feel free to let us know. What Our Customers Say. Received Coin with No Surprises. Quality of Coin Exactly & Better Than Expected. This is a person I intend to do business with in the future. The item “1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)” is in sale since Wednesday, December 9, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “eternitycoin” and is located in Beverly Hills, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: UNC Details
  • Year: 1751
  • Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated
  • Composition: Gold
  • Denomination: Stuiver

1751 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Stuiver Coin 1S NGC Uncirculated Detail (MS UNC)
1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare
1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare
1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare
1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare
1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare
1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare
1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare

1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare
Add Eternity Coins to Favorites. Walking Liberty Half Dollars. Indian Gold Quarter Eagles. Up for sale here is an excellent 1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) that has been professionally certified and judged to be in AU Details Condition (Bent) by the NGC Grading Service – Almost Uncirculated. This is a rare and beautiful piece with sharp AU55 details. Quite a coin, now nearly 300 years old! As always, this piece is Guaranteed Genuine. About Us: Quality customer service is a top priority at Eternity Coins. Hundreds of satisfied customers. With rare classic gold and silver coins for their collections. We have been continuously recognized as an. For consistently providing excellent service and achieving the highest ratings from buyers of our coins. We take special care in the packing of each coin and also include free tracking with every order to ensure that your coins are delivered safely. All coins offered by Eternity Coins are. Coin grading is subjective and all posted grades provide professional opinions. We post multiple large, clear photos of each and every coin so that you can take a look at these gorgeous pieces yourself. If you have any questions, feel free to let us know. What Our Customers Say. Received Coin with No Surprises. Quality of Coin Exactly & Better Than Expected. This is a person I intend to do business with in the future. The item “1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare” is in sale since Wednesday, December 2, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “eternitycoin” and is located in Beverly Hills, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: AU Details
  • Year: 1778
  • Composition: Gold

1778 Netherlands Utrecht Gold Ducat Coin (1D) Certified NGC AU Details Rare
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62

1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-62! Reference: Delmonte 1100 R4! Rulers: Ferdinand V and Isabel of Spain (the Catholic Monarchs). Weight: 6.95gm Material: Gold! Reverse: Crowned and draped vis-a-vis busts of Ferdinand V and Isabella (the Catholic Monarchs). Mint letter (C for Kampen) in middle field. VA Obverse: Crowned composite coat-of-arms of the Kingdom of Spain. VMBRA x ALARVM x TVARVM x PROx. All offered coins are guaranteed to be ancient and as described. The Catholic Monarchs Spanish. Is the collective title used in history for Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon. The title of “Catholic King and Queen” was bestowed on them by the Pope Alexander VI. They married on October 19, 1469, in the city of Valladolid; Isabella was eighteen years old and Ferdinand a year younger. Their marriage united both crowns under the same lineage. Isabella was named heir to the throne of Castile by her half-brother Henry IV of Castile. She became Queen of Castille in 1474. Her husband Ferdinand became the King of Aragon in 1479 and their marriage united the two kingdoms. They were strong leaders who worked to unify Spain physically as well. This was largely achieved after the conquest of Granada in 1492. The birth of Isabella’s son in 1478 consolidated the political stability as it meant a clear line of succession for the Spanish throne. The Catholic Monarchs set out to restore royal authority in Spain. To accomplish their goal, they first created a group named the Holy Brotherhood. These men were used as a judicial police force for Spain. To replace the courts, the Catholic Monarchs created the Royal Council, and appointed chief magistrates (judges) to run the towns and cities. This establishment of royal authority is known as The Pacification of Castile, and can be seen as one of the crucial steps toward the creation of one of Europe’s first strong nation-states. Ferdinand and Isabella were noted for being the monarchs of the newly-united Spain at the dawn of the modern era. The Kings had a goal of completing the Christian Reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula and to conquer the Muslim kingdom of Granada. The beginnings of a series of campaigns known as the Granada War began with the attack of Alhama, a city in Andalusia. The attack was led by two Andalusian nobles Rodrigo Ponce de León and Diego de Merlo. The city fell to Andalusian forces in 1492. After 10 years of many battles the Granada War ended in 1492 when the Emir Boabdil surrendered the keys of the Alhambra Palace in Granada to the Castilian soldiers. Ferdinand and Isabella had also overseen the expulsion of the Moors and the Jews from Spain. Between 1480 and 1492 hundreds of conversos (Jews or Moors that had converted to Catholicism) were arrested, imprisoned, interrogated or burned in both Castile and Aragon. According to John Edwards, the author of. Ferdinand and Isabella: Profiles in Power. The Kings felt that it was necessary to remove a genuinely mortal danger from Spanish society that the Jews masquerading as Catholic Christians are destroying the church within. Also policy initiatives were developed after two incidents that included Jews. The first was an incident that occurred in 1490 that claims that a converso named Benito Garcia was found to have stolen the Host or the unleavened bread of the Mass. It was believed that those who stole the wafers from the churches were inspired by the devil. Investigators, or rather the judicial police, had claimed that there was a conspiracy between 10 conversos and Jews not only to steal the Eucharist but also capture a young boy from La Guardia, near Toledo. They concluded that the Jews had kidnapped the young boy and forced him to suffer the same crucifixion that Jesus had suffered. All conspirators were found guilty in 1491 though no child’s body was ever found. Such incidents only furthered the idea of the Inquisition upon the Spanish people. In 1492 Ferdinand and Isabella ordered segregation of communities to create closed quarters which would eventually become “ghettos”. Finally, in 1492, with the Alhambra Decree Jews in Spain were given four months by the monarchs to either convert completely to Catholicism or leave Spain. Tens of thousands of Jews departed from Spain to other lands such as Portugal, North Africa, Italy and the Ottoman Empire. Later in 1492, Ferdinand had issued a letter addressed to the Jews who had left Castile and Aragon, to invite them back to Spain if and only if they were Christians. They authorized the expedition of Christopher Columbus, who was given the name of Admiral of the Ocean Sea by the monarchs, which brought knowledge of the New World to Europe. Columbus’ first expedition to the supposed Indies actually landed in the Bahamas on October 12, 1492. He landed on the island of Guanahani, and called it San Salvador. He continued onto Cuba, naming it Juana, and finished his journey on the island of Santo Domingo, calling it La Española. His main goal was to colonize the existing discoveries with the 1500 men that he had brought the second time around. Columbus finished his last expedition in 1498 and discovered Trinidad and the coast of present day Venezuela. The colonies Columbus established and conquests in the Americas in the decades to come would lead to an influx of wealth into Spain, filling the coffers of the new state that would prove to be the hegemony of Europe for the next two centuries. Isabella ensured long-term political stability in Spain by arranging strategic marriages for each of her five children; political security was important for a country to be considered a great power. Her firstborn, a daughter named Isabella, married Afonso of Portugal, forging important ties between these two neighbouring countries and hopefully ensuring peace and future alliance. Juana, Isabella’s second daughter, married Philip the Handsome, the son of the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I. This ensured alliance with the Holy Roman Empire, a powerful, far-reaching territory which assured Spain’s future political security. Isabella’s first and only son, Juan, married Margaret of Austria, maintaining ties with the Habsburg dynasty, on which Spain relied heavily. Her fourth child, Maria, married Manuel I of Portugal, strengthening the link forged by her older sister’s marriage. Her fifth child, Catherine, married Henry VIII, King of England, and was mother to Queen Mary I. Their joint motto was “Tanto monta, monta tanto”. The motto was created by Antonio de Nebrija and was either an allusion to the Gordian Knot. Tanto monta, monta tanto, cortar como desatar. Cutting as untying, or an explanation of the equality of the monarchs. Tanto monta, monta tanto, Isabel como Fernando. Isabella the same as Ferdinand. El yugo y las flechas. A yoke and a fasces of arrows. The yoke is another allusion to the Gordian knot. Are the initials of Ysabel (archaic spelling) and Fernando. This symbol was later used by the fascist Spanish political party Falange, which claimed to represent the inherited glory and the ideals of the. The item “1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62″ is in sale since Monday, May 11, 2020. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Wien. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold!
  • Certification Number: 4790540-002
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS62
  • Year: 1590-1593

1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1763 Netherlands Holland 6 Stuivers Gold Coin NGC MS-63 Choice UNC
1763 Netherlands Holland 6 Stuivers Gold Coin NGC MS-63 Choice UNC

1763 Netherlands Holland 6 Stuivers Gold Coin NGC MS-63 Choice UNC
1763 Netherlands Holland 6 Stuivers Gold Coin NGC MS-63. The item “1763 Netherlands Holland 6 Stuivers Gold Coin NGC MS-63 Choice UNC” is in sale since Wednesday, June 26, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “juliancoin” and is located in Silver Spring, Maryland. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Netherlands
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS 63
  • Year: 1763

1763 Netherlands Holland 6 Stuivers Gold Coin NGC MS-63 Choice UNC
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62

1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-62! Reference: Delmonte 1100 R4! Rulers: Ferdinand V and Isabel of Spain (the Catholic Monarchs). Weight: 6.95gm Material: Gold! Reverse: Crowned and draped vis-a-vis busts of Ferdinand V and Isabella (the Catholic Monarchs). Mint letter (C for Kampen) in middle field. VA Obverse: Crowned composite coat-of-arms of the Kingdom of Spain. VMBRA x ALARVM x TVARVM x PROx. All offered coins are guaranteed to be ancient and as described. The Catholic Monarchs Spanish. Is the collective title used in history for Queen Isabella I of Castile and King Ferdinand II of Aragon. The title of “Catholic King and Queen” was bestowed on them by the Pope Alexander VI. They married on October 19, 1469, in the city of Valladolid; Isabella was eighteen years old and Ferdinand a year younger. Their marriage united both crowns under the same lineage. Isabella was named heir to the throne of Castile by her half-brother Henry IV of Castile. She became Queen of Castille in 1474. Her husband Ferdinand became the King of Aragon in 1479 and their marriage united the two kingdoms. They were strong leaders who worked to unify Spain physically as well. This was largely achieved after the conquest of Granada in 1492. The birth of Isabella’s son in 1478 consolidated the political stability as it meant a clear line of succession for the Spanish throne. The Catholic Monarchs set out to restore royal authority in Spain. To accomplish their goal, they first created a group named the Holy Brotherhood. These men were used as a judicial police force for Spain. To replace the courts, the Catholic Monarchs created the Royal Council, and appointed chief magistrates (judges) to run the towns and cities. This establishment of royal authority is known as The Pacification of Castile, and can be seen as one of the crucial steps toward the creation of one of Europe’s first strong nation-states. Ferdinand and Isabella were noted for being the monarchs of the newly-united Spain at the dawn of the modern era. The Kings had a goal of completing the Christian Reconquest of the Iberian Peninsula and to conquer the Muslim kingdom of Granada. The beginnings of a series of campaigns known as the Granada War began with the attack of Alhama, a city in Andalusia. The attack was led by two Andalusian nobles Rodrigo Ponce de León and Diego de Merlo. The city fell to Andalusian forces in 1492. After 10 years of many battles the Granada War ended in 1492 when the Emir Boabdil surrendered the keys of the Alhambra Palace in Granada to the Castilian soldiers. Ferdinand and Isabella had also overseen the expulsion of the Moors and the Jews from Spain. Between 1480 and 1492 hundreds of conversos (Jews or Moors that had converted to Catholicism) were arrested, imprisoned, interrogated or burned in both Castile and Aragon. According to John Edwards, the author of. Ferdinand and Isabella: Profiles in Power. The Kings felt that it was necessary to remove a genuinely mortal danger from Spanish society that the Jews masquerading as Catholic Christians are destroying the church within. Also policy initiatives were developed after two incidents that included Jews. The first was an incident that occurred in 1490 that claims that a converso named Benito Garcia was found to have stolen the Host or the unleavened bread of the Mass. It was believed that those who stole the wafers from the churches were inspired by the devil. Investigators, or rather the judicial police, had claimed that there was a conspiracy between 10 conversos and Jews not only to steal the Eucharist but also capture a young boy from La Guardia, near Toledo. They concluded that the Jews had kidnapped the young boy and forced him to suffer the same crucifixion that Jesus had suffered. All conspirators were found guilty in 1491 though no child’s body was ever found. Such incidents only furthered the idea of the Inquisition upon the Spanish people. In 1492 Ferdinand and Isabella ordered segregation of communities to create closed quarters which would eventually become “ghettos”. Finally, in 1492, with the Alhambra Decree Jews in Spain were given four months by the monarchs to either convert completely to Catholicism or leave Spain. Tens of thousands of Jews departed from Spain to other lands such as Portugal, North Africa, Italy and the Ottoman Empire. Later in 1492, Ferdinand had issued a letter addressed to the Jews who had left Castile and Aragon, to invite them back to Spain if and only if they were Christians. They authorized the expedition of Christopher Columbus, who was given the name of Admiral of the Ocean Sea by the monarchs, which brought knowledge of the New World to Europe. Columbus’ first expedition to the supposed Indies actually landed in the Bahamas on October 12, 1492. He landed on the island of Guanahani, and called it San Salvador. He continued onto Cuba, naming it Juana, and finished his journey on the island of Santo Domingo, calling it La Española. His main goal was to colonize the existing discoveries with the 1500 men that he had brought the second time around. Columbus finished his last expedition in 1498 and discovered Trinidad and the coast of present day Venezuela. The colonies Columbus established and conquests in the Americas in the decades to come would lead to an influx of wealth into Spain, filling the coffers of the new state that would prove to be the hegemony of Europe for the next two centuries. Isabella ensured long-term political stability in Spain by arranging strategic marriages for each of her five children; political security was important for a country to be considered a great power. Her firstborn, a daughter named Isabella, married Afonso of Portugal, forging important ties between these two neighbouring countries and hopefully ensuring peace and future alliance. Juana, Isabella’s second daughter, married Philip the Handsome, the son of the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I. This ensured alliance with the Holy Roman Empire, a powerful, far-reaching territory which assured Spain’s future political security. Isabella’s first and only son, Juan, married Margaret of Austria, maintaining ties with the Habsburg dynasty, on which Spain relied heavily. Her fourth child, Maria, married Manuel I of Portugal, strengthening the link forged by her older sister’s marriage. Her fifth child, Catherine, married Henry VIII, King of England, and was mother to Queen Mary I. Their joint motto was “Tanto monta, monta tanto”. The motto was created by Antonio de Nebrija and was either an allusion to the Gordian Knot. Tanto monta, monta tanto, cortar como desatar. Cutting as untying, or an explanation of the equality of the monarchs. Tanto monta, monta tanto, Isabel como Fernando. Isabella the same as Ferdinand. El yugo y las flechas. A yoke and a fasces of arrows. The yoke is another allusion to the Gordian knot. Are the initials of Ysabel (archaic spelling) and Fernando. This symbol was later used by the fascist Spanish political party Falange, which claimed to represent the inherited glory and the ideals of the. The item “1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62″ is in sale since Saturday, May 18, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold!
  • Certification Number: 4790540-002
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS62
  • Year: 1590-1593

1593, Netherlands, Kampen, Catholic Monarchs. Rare Gold 2 Ducats Coin. NGC MS62
1643, Netherlands, Utrecht. Beautiful Gold Knight Ducat Coin. NGC MS-61
1643, Netherlands, Utrecht. Beautiful Gold Knight Ducat Coin. NGC MS-61
1643, Netherlands, Utrecht. Beautiful Gold Knight Ducat Coin. NGC MS-61
1643, Netherlands, Utrecht. Beautiful Gold Knight Ducat Coin. NGC MS-61

1643, Netherlands, Utrecht. Beautiful Gold Knight Ducat Coin. NGC MS-61
Beautiful Gold Knight Ducat Coin. Mint Year: 1643 State: United Provinces Denomination: Gold Knight Ducat Reference: Friedberg 284, KM-7.1. Certified and graded by NGC as MS-61! Mint Place: Utrecht (privy mark: shield) Material: Pure Gold! Diameter: 23mm Weight: 3.5gm. Obverse: Knight standing right in armor, holding sword which rests on shoulder and a bundle of arrows, splitting date (16-43). (shield) Expanded: “CONCORDIA RES PARvae CREScunt TRAjectum” Translated. Through unity little things grow (union is strength), Utrecht. Reverse: Legend in five lines inside ornate square. Fields around decorated with floral ornaments. ORDI PROVIN FOEDER BELG AD LEG. IMP Expanded: “MOneta ORDinum PROVINciarum FOEDERatorum BELGicarum AD LEGem IMPerii” Translated. Coin of government of the provincial federation of Belgium Conforming with the law of the Imperial. Minted in Holland beginning in the 17th century to fuel its extraordinary tenure as the world’s foremost commercial trader, the Netherlands one ducat gold coin offers both strong visual appeal and a scarcity value that could command a healthy premium in the years to come. The first Netherlands trade ducat was issued in 1487 under Phillip the Fair and a coin very similar to the one depicted above has been minted more or less continuously from the early 1600s on. The net fine weight of 3.5 grams gold never changed to the modern era. The trade ducat is minted as a gold bullion coin even today. Only the Venetian ducat has enjoyed greater longevity. The obverse of the famed ducat coin depicts a knight holding a bundle of arrows signifying the unity of the six northern provinces under the 1579 Union of Utrecht — a declaration of independence from Spain. The motto Concordia Res Parvae Crescunt translates to the union makes small things grow. The Republic of the Seven United Netherlands (or “of the Seven United Provinces”). Republiek der Zeven Verenigde Nederlanden/Provinciën. Also Dutch Republic or United Provinces in short. In Latin was a European republic between 1581 and 1795, in about the same location as the modern Kingdom of the Netherlands, which is the successor state. Before 1581, the area of the Low Countries consisted of a number of duchies, counties, and independent bishoprics, some but not all of them part of the Holy Roman Empire. Today that area is divided between the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and parts of France and Germany. The Low Countries in the 16th century roughly corresponded to the Seventeen Provinces covered by the Pragmatic Sanction of 1549 of Holy Roman Emperor Charles V. Through marriage, war or sale, these states were acquired by the Habsburg emperor Charles V and his son, king Philip II of Spain. This was the start of the Eighty Years’ War. In 1579, a number of the northern provinces of the Netherlands signed the Union of Utrecht, in which they promised to support each other in their defence against the Spanish army. This was followed in 1581 by the Act of Abjuration, the declaration of independence in which the provinces officially deposed Philip II. Later, after the assassination of William of Orange. , both Henry III of France and Elizabeth I of England declined the offer of sovereignty. However, the latter agreed to turn the United Provinces into a protectorate of England (Treaty of Nonsuch, 1585), and sent the Earl of Leicester as governor-general. This was not a success, and in 1588 the provinces became a Republic. The item “1643, Netherlands, Utrecht. Beautiful Gold Knight Ducat Coin. NGC MS-61″ is in sale since Wednesday, August 7, 2019. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands”. The seller is “coinworldtv” and is located in Europe. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Composition: Gold!
  • Certification Number: 3938653-005
  • Certification: NGC
  • Grade: MS62
  • Year: 1643

1643, Netherlands, Utrecht. Beautiful Gold Knight Ducat Coin. NGC MS-61
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