While searching for coins a great amount will be blank. During the centuries 'normal' sandy grounds will influence the markings on these copper coins.



Those copper coins (duiten) which are found in these same grounds which are not entirely damaged are still not of the highest quality. With some luck the coins can be determined by their coat of arms and city names; sometimes the years can be read. A small overview of just some coins:



A small overview of coin types which i found:
(i found several of each type - the oldest and newest in my collection are noted)

Duit Gelderland (Gelria)

1635 - 1793

Duit Zeeland (Zelandia)

168. - 1791

Duit Holland (Hollandia)

1702 - 1780

Duit Friesland (Frisia / West Frisia)

1653 - 1754

Duit Utrecht (Traiectum / Stad Utrecht)

1657 - 1794

Duit Overijssel

1741 - 1784

Duit Kleef

169.

Duit Roermond

1650 - 1679

Duit Reckheim (Utrecht variant)

1620 - 1650

Duit Zutphen (Civ Zutphania)

1687

Duit Graafschap Gronsveld

1626 - 1633



1/2 cent Willem I

1827 - 1831

1 cent Willem I

1821 - 1827

1/2 cent Willem III

1867

1 cent Willem III

1873

1/2 cent Netherlands ('Lion')

1885

1 cent Netherlands ('Lion')

1872 - 1925

2 1/2 cent Netherlands ('Lion')

1877 - 1941



Besides these Dutch coins i also found newer coins (Wilhelmina, Juliana, World War 2) which are interesting together with foreign coins of several centuries.