2019 1 oz Silver Netherlands Lion Dollars - Silver.com™
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2019 1 oz Silver Netherlands Lion Dollars

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A popular design theme for modern mints to issue in silver bullion coin collectors are those images that were previously used in circulation. The United States Mint does this with the obverse images of Liberty in its American Eagle Series, while the Royal Mint of England does the same with its Britannia coins. While some are modified versions of the originals, those such as the Royal Dutch Mint’s Silver Lion Dollars replicate exact designs used on coins issued hundreds of years ago. Right now, 2019 1 oz Silver Netherlands Lion Dollars are available to purchase online at Silver.com.

Coin Highlights:

  • Ships to you in a protective plastic flip!
  • Third year of availability in the Silver Lion Dollar Series!
  • Mintage limited to 15,000 coins only!
  • Consists of One Troy ounce of .999 fine silver in uncirculated condition.
  • The obverse depicts a rampant lion design issued in 1651.
  • On the reverse is the coat of arms of the Netherlands with a Dutch knight behind.

Each 2019 1 oz Silver Netherlands Lion Dollar available at Silver.com comes with a protective plastic flip for shipping. The coins in this particular listing are Uncirculated specimens, with the Royal Dutch Mint also issuing each design in the Lion Dollar Series with a proof option as well. All coins are limited in availability in this series, with the 2019 release one of the lowest to date with its mintage of only 15,000 coins.

The modern Silver Netherlands Lion Dollar Series launched in 2017 at the Royal Dutch Mint. While each release year to date has featured a proof coin, certain years have lacked a BU version of the coin for investors. The 2017 issue had a mintage of 25,000 silver coins in the BU release and a smaller allotment of proof coins. The 2018 issue had only a proof coin with a limited mintage of 5,000 silver coins. 2019 marks the return of the BU version, with its proof counterpart once again available with a mintage of just 5,000 coins.

The obverse side of 2019 1 oz Silver Netherlands Lion Dollars features a depiction of a rampant lion in left-profile relief. The lion comes with a beaded border immediately surrounding it and inscriptions in Dutch around the outer rim of the design field. This design was introduced on the circulation Dutch Lion Dollars in 1651.

On the reverse face of 2019 Silver Lion Dollars is an image of a Dutch knight, along with the coat of arms from the Netherlands and Belgium. The Dutch Republic Lion is the inspiration for the seal found on this shield and the broader design of Silver Lion Dollars. It remains a part of the modern coat of arms of both the Netherlands and Belgium as the latter nation was once part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 1813 to 1839.

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Additional information

Weight 1.00000 oz

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Brand: Royal Dutch Mint

Year: 2019

Mint Mark: Not Shown

Purity: .9999

Manufacturer: Royal Dutch Mint

Thickness: 3.2 mm

Diameter: 3.7 mm

Condition: Uncirculated

Edge Design: Reeded

Packaging Type: Plastic Flip

Weight: 1 Troy Ounce

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