In 1810 the Kingdom of Holland was annexed by the French Empire. The mint in Utrecht remained the mint of the country and minted gold and silver coins identical to the French type but with the mint master mark of a fish and with a mast as mintmark. Even now the old coins from the provincial period and the republic remained in circulation at a fixed rate. The coins minted in Utrecht bear the dates 1812 and 1813.
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