William III

Apart from silver bars, gold bars, and obsolete coinage a lot of foreign coins were also used for the production of coins of William III. After the passing of the coinage act of 1847 the coins of William I were repealed in the course of 1849-1850. In 1850 the silver standard was implemented, which in 1875 was replaced by the gold standard. Furthermore, all copper coins were replaced by bronze ones in 1877.

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