2019 Netherlands 8-Coin Standard EURO BU Set "Royal Theme Set - Palace Huis ten Bosch"

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49,00 €
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Mint: Royal Dutch Mint
Quality: Brilliant Uncirculated
Issue limit: 3,000
Alloy: Base Metal
Denomination: Euro
Number of coins: 8
Medal included: Yes
Every year the Royal Dutch Mint presents a coin set with a Royal theme.

This year, the Royal family moved from the Eikenhorst in Wassenaar to Palace Huis ten Bosch in the Hague.

The set contains all eight standard Dutch euro coins displayed in an attractive blister pack, as well as a mint medal.
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