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Selling coins or gold in Dordrecht?

 

  • Sell ​​gold?
  • Sell ​​silver?
  • Sell ​​gold coins?
  • Sell ​​silver coins?
  • Sell ​​old coins?
  • Sell ​​(Euro) stamp collection?
  • Selling a coin collection?
  • Exchange old banknotes?
  • Hand in tokens?
  • Or hand in other collectibles?

As a coin dealer in Dordrecht, David-Coin is happy to buy your gold (and coins), silver (and coins), old coins and banknotes.

Valuing coins (free)

To determine the price of your coins (collection), banknotes and stamps, among other things, David-Coin's experts can

  • appraise your gold;
  • value your coins;
  • value your banknote collection.

Normally we carry out these valuations at our office in Dordrecht, but on request we can also carry out valuations at your location. And whether we value you or ourselves, we always take the time.

Customer Reviews

But maybe you would like to know beforehand how others have experienced selling coins and/or gold to us and our other services? Then read the customer reviews on Google Reviews and/or WebwinkelKeur.

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Finally: have you become interested in our services? Please contact us without obligation and discover the value of your property! Bel 06 81285467 or mail for an appointment. You can also use the below Contact Form.

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Adelheid Emma Wilhelmina Theresia , Princess of Waldeck - Pyrmont was born on 2 August 1858 in Arolsen as daughter of Prince George Victor van Waldeck - Pyrmont and Princess Helena of Nassau . On January 7, 1879, only 21 years old, she married the then 61-year-old King William III
On August 31, 1880, Princess Wilhelmina born . During the last days of the king's life, Emma acted as regent. After the monarch died , she accepted the regency for her daughter . 

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William III and his coinage


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Willem II and his coinage


At the Dutch court mainly French was spoken. It was the neat language to distinguish yourself from the mob. It is therefore not surprising that Willem had a French-language version as his nickname: Guillot. As a boy of two, he had to flee with his family from the land of which he would later be king; to Berlin in Prussia. There Guillot would grow up at the Prussian court and start at the military academy at the age of eleven. 

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