Belgium 2€ commemorative coin 2021 -500th Anniversary of the appearance of the ordinance of the second period of coin issuance during the reign of Charles V

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In 1521, Charles V introduced a golden guilder of 20 stuivers, a new unit of account: the Carolus guilder. In 1543, a silver Carolus guilder was also introduced. After the abdication of Charles V, the coins were no longer minted. However, the (Carolus) guilder remained in use in the Low Countries for a long time as a term and unit of account.
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Composition: alloy
Diameter: 25.75 mm
Weight: 8.50 g
Coin type: Commemorative
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