400th Anniversary of Trade Relations between Japan and the Netherlands 2009 Proof Coin Set
2009 marks the 400th Anniversary of Trade Relations between Japan and the Netherlands, and commemorates the long-standing friendship between two countries. The beginning of these commercial relations dates back to 1609, when Tokugawa Ieyasu issued an official trade permit to the Netherlands.
The coin set includes:
- Six Japanese legal tender coins in proof condition (a 500 yen nickel-brass proof coin, a 100 yen cupronickel proof coin, a 50 yen cupronickel proof coin, a 10 yen bronze proof coin, a 5 yen brass proof coin and a 1 yen aluminum proof coin),
- "400th Anniversary of Trade Relations between the Netherlands and Japan" Commemorative 5 Euro Silver Coin produced by the Royal Dutch Mint,
- A Certificate of Authenticity,
- A Plastic display case with leather,
- A paper slipcase.
Scheduled Mintage: 30,000 sets
Specifications of Euro silver coin
- Denomination: 5 Euro
- Composition: Silver 925/1000
- Finish: Proof
- Weight: 15.5g
- Diameter: 33mm
- Edge Treatment: GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS *
- Design: Flat Knot, hard to come loose, representing the strong relationship between Japan and the Netherlands, and two kinds of circles resembling both countries’ coins. The circles representing Dutch coins feature the Portrait of Queen Beatrix.
Dealers for 400th Anniversary of Trade Relations between Japan and the Netherlands 2009 Proof Coin Set
For European Countries
Modern Numismatics International
For People's Republic of China (including Macao) and Taiwan