For more interesting posts on the Netherlands, please visit the following links:
1) The Stelling Van Amsterdam: (Defence Line of Amsterdam, Netherlands): "Dutch UNESCO Sites Series" coins: A Silver 5 Euro and Gold 10 Euro coins issued on 21.11.2017:
2) A Visit to Fort St. George Museum , Chennai (Part III): Indo-Dutch Coins
3) Leeuwarden: European Capital of Culture - 2018: Commemorative Gold (10 Euro), Silver (5 Euro) and Silver plated Copper coins (5 Euro) brought out by the Royal Dutch Mint in April 2018:
The Obverse and Reverse of the 10 Euro Gold Coin
The Obverse of the 10 Euro Gold Coin
It shows the legally required head of King Willem-Alexander at the centre facing right. The peripheral inscriptions are - 'WILLEM ALEXANDER, KONING DER NEDERLANDEN" (meaning "Willem Alexander, King of Netherlands") and year of issue on the top periphery "2018".
The Reverse of the 10 Euro Gold coin
It depicts some features symbolic of Friesland - the jewels of Mata Hari, the water, Frisian sailboats and horses, water lily leaves from the provincial flag and the horn of culture and festivities.
The Gold Coin is housed in a wooden case/box and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity (COA).
The Obverse and Reverse of the 5 Euro Silver Coin
The Obverse of the Silver plated 5 Euro copper coin
The specifications of this coin are:
Metal: Silver plated copper; Weight: 10.50 grams; Diameter: 29.0 mm; Coin Qiality: Brilliant Uncirculated (BU); Designer: Navid Nuur; Year: 2018.
The printed and descriptive coin card in which the Silver plated 5 Euro coin is placed