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This 18thC Dutch minted two stuyver's coin is marked: Zeelandia and dated 1733.The coin would have been used in the American colonies in the 1700's! This coin was recovered from a period shipwreck by an experienced diver / treasure hunter several years ago. These are almost impossible to acquire.This is a 100% authentic 18th century minted silver coin.
At the time these silver coins were minted, the Dutch were a major sea power, and their coinage circulated throughout Europe and the American colonies. The Netherlands’ presence in the New World began in 1609 with Dutch explorer Henry Hudson discovering the site which is now New York City— on of all days, Sept. 11th.
On the obverses of the attractive 2-stuyver silver piece is the coats of arms and crown of one of the four different provinces of the Netherlands, generally spanning the 1730’s to 1790’s.
Don't miss out on this rare opportunity to own a unique silver piece returned to us by the sea.
This coin will ship to you free with insurance and tracking info provided.
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