$4,410.00 USD– SOLD
The Akerendam was a Dutch East India Company ship that sank off the coast of England in 1725. The ship was carrying a large cargo of goods, including a significant number of gold ducats, which were a type of gold coin used in the Netherlands during the 17th and 18th centuries.
Obverse: Standing, armored knight holding bundle of arrows, divides date
Reverse: Inscription within ornamented tablet, MO/ ORD/ PROVIN/ FOEDER/ BELGAD/ LEGIMP