Dutch guilder NLG
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Do you have Dutch guilders or other currency withdrawn from circulation and replaced by the Euro? We can help you exchange the bills in the pictures.
Established as the currency of the Netherlands in 1252, the guilder (also known as the gulden) was eventually replaced by the Euro in 2002. In terms of etymology, the name of the currency means ‘gold.’ The name references florins, the gold coins minted in Florence which served as the favored currency of exchange in Holland and throughout Europe.
Exchange rates. Last update 2019-12-06 14:00:06
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Dutch Guilder NLG
Dutch guilders withdrawn from circulation
- In 2002, the Euro replaced the Dutch guilder as the currency of the Netherlands. While these Nederlandsche Bank notes are no longer accepted as legal tender in the Netherlands, we can still exchange the notes for cash.
- The Dutch guilder is no longer the official currency in the Netherlands.
- These bills cannot be exchanged at banks or currency exchange offices in the Netherlands or abroad.
- Contact us to exchange bills.
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