Netherland Euro Coins

1 Euro = 2.20371 Dutch gulden

Dutch euro coins have two designs by Bruno Ninaber van Eyben, both of which feature a portrait or effigy of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.

All coins share the 12 stars of the EU and the year of imprint in their design.

As in Finland, most of the Dutch shops have decided not to issue one and two cent coins starting from September 1, 2004. The coins remain legal tender, but are no longer issued in most of the shops.

Sums are rounded to the nearest 0.05; hence sums ending in 0.01, 0.02, 0.06 or 0.07 are rounded down, and those ending in 0.03, 0.04, 0.08 or 0.09 are rounded up.

The rounding is applied to the grand total only, while individual prices are still shown and summed up with 0.01 precision. This method is known as "Swedish rounding".

0.01
Observe: Portrait of Queen Beatrix, her title around the edge
0.02
Observe: Portrait of Queen Beatrix, her title around the edge
0.05
Observe: Portrait of Queen Beatrix, her title around the edge
0.10
Observe: Portrait of Queen Beatrix, her title around the edge
0.20
Observe: Portrait of Queen Beatrix, her title around the edge
0.50
Observe: Portrait of Queen Beatrix, her title around the edge
1
Observe: Portrait of Queen Beatrix, her title vertically shown as in the former gulden
2
Edge: The edge lettering features the words GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS (God Be With Us)
Observe: Portrait of Queen Beatrix, her title vertically shown as in the former gulden

0.01
Observe: Superimposed on an effigy of the King Willem-Alexander are the words "Willem-Alexander Koning der Nederlanden" (King of the Netherlands)
0.02
Observe: Superimposed on an effigy of the King Willem-Alexander are the words "Willem-Alexander Koning der Nederlanden" (King of the Netherlands)
0.05
Observe: Superimposed on an effigy of the King Willem-Alexander are the words "Willem-Alexander Koning der Nederlanden" (King of the Netherlands)
0.10
Observe: Superimposed on an effigy of the King Willem-Alexander are the words "Willem-Alexander Koning der Nederlanden" (King of the Netherlands)
0.20
Observe: Superimposed on an effigy of the King Willem-Alexander are the words "Willem-Alexander Koning der Nederlanden" (King of the Netherlands)
0.50
Observe: Superimposed on an effigy of the King Willem-Alexander are the words "Willem-Alexander Koning der Nederlanden" (King of the Netherlands)
1
Observe: Portrait of King Willem-Alexander, his title vertically shown as in the former gulden
2
Edge: The edge lettering features the words GOD * ZIJ * MET * ONS (God Be With Us)
Observe: Portrait of King Willem-Alexander, his title vertically shown as in the former gulden

2
Observe: The 500th anniversary of the publication of the world-famous book Laus Stultitiae by Desiderus Erasmus
Year: 2011
2
Observe: The Double Portrait
Year: 2013
2
Observe: 200 Years of Kingdom
Year: 2013
2
Observe: The Double Portrait 2014
Year: 2014

Source: Wikipedia