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Notes Of The Dutch Caribbean: 1 Gulden (Netherlands Antilles, 1970)-Reference

Updated: Apr 15

This small Dutch Antillean banknote represents the 1st denomination of the Antillean Gulden (Series 1970). The observe depicts a sky view of Willemstad (Curaçao), the capital of the Netherlands Antilles. The ornate reverse features the 1964 version of the Antillean Coat of Arms. (Note Size: 155 x 66 mm or 6.10 x 2.60 in)



Antillean Gulden Gallery

(Complete 1970 Series shown in gallery)


Additional Notes

  • The Netherlands Antilles was a former Dutch colony, turned constituent state.

  • Netherlands Antilles officially disbanded in 2010, forming 3 separate island nations and special municipalities, respectively.

  • The Netherlands Antillean Guilder's ISO Code is ANG, short for ANtilliaanse Gulden.

  • Currently the Antillean Guilder is the currency of the island nations of Curaçao and Sint Maarten.

  • Curaçao and Sint Maarten will use the Antillean Guilder until 2023-2024, pending adoption of the proposed Caribbean Guilder.

  • The 3 special municipalities known as the Caribbean Netherlands, adopted the US Dollar on 1 January 2011.

  • Willemstad is currently the capital of Curaçao and continues to be the financial core of the Dutch Caribbean.


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