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The coins were also in use in the Netherlands. Even though their use changed from a circulation coin to a bullion coin, the name and the weight stayed the same. Therefore this coin continued a tradtion started in the medival. The motif was created in the Renaissance and makes this coin a real numismatic master piece.
The obverse features a standing knight with a sword, half the date is written to his left and the other half on his right. He is surrounded by “PARVAE CRESCUNT CONCORDIA RES"
The reverse features a decorated square with the text, “MO. AUR. REG. BELGII AD LEGEM IMPERII."
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