The Last Guider
In late 2001 the Netherlands produced the last Dutch guilder. Not only was it done in pure gold, as did Germany, Finland and France for their last issues, but also in sterling silver. They are identical to the circulating 1 guilder coin designed in 1982 by Bruno Ninaber van Eyben. They are 25 mm (1 inch) in diameter The Goldgulden (“Guilder” is the English translation of the Dutch word “gulden.”) contains 13.2 grams of .999 gold and is limited to an issue of 100,000 pieces. Cal for pricing information and availability. The Silver Gulden is .925 fine, weighs 7.1 grams and has a mintage limit of 200,000 pieces.