1771 Gold Ducat NGC MS 61

$4,725.00 USD

The Gold Ducat was a widely recognized and respected coin in Europe, particularly during the 18th century. The 1771 Gold Ducat was minted in the Dutch Republic, a period marked by economic prosperity and maritime dominance.

The obverse features an armored, standing knight holding a bundle of arrows, symbolizing unity and strength. The knight divides the date, and the legend around the edge reads "CONCORDIA RES PAR CRES HOL," which translates to "Unity Makes Strength".

The reverse displays an inscription within an ornamented square, which reads "MO:ORD:PROVIN:FOEDER: BELGAD:LEGIMP," indicating that the coin was issued by the authority of the United Provinces of the Netherlands.