Netherlands - 0.10 Euro - Lucky Dime - Cupper/Nickel - Unc - 2021

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The shiny Dutch 10 euro cent coin 2021 in BU-quality is found in a themed coincard which depicts international symbols of luck. You may discover, amongst other symbols, the “lucky number” 7, the rare four-leaf clover and even a horseshoe! To make this coin extra lucky, the phrase “good luck” is written on the coincard in four languages. The Dutch 10 euro cent coin 2021 will not go into circulation, and is not available in any other way except for our coin sets.
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Face Value: 100 Togrog
Silver: 99.9%
Weight: 5 g
Size: 150x70 mm
Quality: Prooflike
Mintage: 5000
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Mintage: 5,000
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Weight: 7.96 g
Diameter: 27 mm

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Country Canada

Metal: Cupper/Nickel
Weight: 6,9 g
Diameter: 27.13 (mm)
Quality: Unc

Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Canada's Coat of Arms with this 50 cent coin. Modern reproductions of the very first coin to feature Canada nation's coat of arms: the 50-cent coin issued in 1937. With a historic effigy on the obverse, and an early version of the coat of arms on the reverse, each coin represents history. It's our way of paying tribute to a 100-year-old emblem that has a place of honour on Canada's coins.


The original coat of arms coin design from 1937.
Canada's coay of arms turns 100. This coin is modern reproductions of the 50-cent coin issued in 1937. It was the first coin to feature Canada's Coat of Arms, which was originally adopted 100 years ago (1921) by proclamation of King George V.
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Adopted by proclamation of King George V in 1921, the Arms of Canada first appeared on the 50-cent coin in 1937. Seen here, the original design was a simplified version that remained in use until 1959, when it was replaced by Thomas Shingles' modified coat of arms.
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