1724 Gold Ducat Akerendam NGC AU 58

$5,333.00 USD

The Netherlands Gold Ducat, graded as NGC AU 58, is a coin of substantial historical and numismatic significance. Minted during the early modern period, Gold Ducats were widely recognized for their consistent weight and purity, serving as a stable currency in international trade and symbolizing the economic prowess of the Dutch Republic during its Golden Age.

The obverse  features a depiction of a knight in armor holding a sword and a bundle of arrows, symbolizing unity and strength. This design is surrounded by Latin inscriptions that often include the year of minting and references to the Dutch provinces, showcasing the detailed craftsmanship and artistic excellence of the time.

On the reverse side, the coin  displays the Dutch coat of arms or the emblem of the issuing province, accompanied by inscriptions denoting the denomination and sometimes additional Latin mottos. These elements highlight regional pride and the decentralized political structure of the Dutch Republic.