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163X Netherlands Silver 1 New York Lion Dollar NGC VF35 Exclusive New World Label

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163X Netherlands Silver 1 New York Lion Dollar NGC VF35 Exclusive New World Label

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Why Add This VF35 163X Netherlands Lion Dollar with an Exclusive New World Label to Your Collection?

Of all the classic coins that have been issued throughout history, the Lion Dollar from the Netherlands is among the most well-known. In addition to being a popular choice for international trade, these coins also influenced the creation of the U.S. silver dollar. The Lion Dollar offered here was minted in the 1630s, likely in either 1630 or 1639, though the last digit is not quite legible.

Famous Rampant Lion Design

The obverse features a design with a knight. This knight is dressed in armor and can be seen holding a shield. The shield depicts a lion with its front paws in the air. The outer portion of the design is filled with inscriptions.

The classic lion design can be found on the reverse. The date is at the top of the design just above the lion's head. However, the last digit of the date is no longer visible.

VF35 from NGC with an Exclusive New World Label

Instead of a standard label, this coin has an exclusive New World label to show its grade from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). It was awarded the grade of Very Fine 35. This coin exhibits honest circulation wear from its time in commerce, though most major design elements are still quite visible.

Order this NGC VF35 163X Netherlands Lion Dollar with an exclusive New World Label today.


Year of Issue:1630
Mint:Royal Dutch Mint
Grading Service:NGC
Grade:VF35
Finish:Mint State
Label/Signature:Exclusive New World Label
Composition:Silver
Weight in Grams:31.1035 g
Weight in Ounces:1 oz
Country:Netherlands
Legal Tender:Netherlands
Currency:Leeuwendaalder
Denomination:1
Obverse Design:Armored Knight With Lion Shield
Reverse Design:Lion Within Two Circles