1580, Netherlands. Medallic Silver Siege of Leeuwarden Daalder Coin. NGC XF40

1580, Netherlands. Medallic Silver Siege of Leeuwarden Daalder Coin. NGC XF40
1580, Netherlands. Medallic Silver Siege of Leeuwarden Daalder Coin. NGC XF40
1580, Netherlands. Medallic Silver Siege of Leeuwarden Daalder Coin. NGC XF40
1580, Netherlands. Medallic Silver Siege of Leeuwarden Daalder Coin. NGC XF40

1580, Netherlands. Medallic Silver Siege of Leeuwarden Daalder Coin. NGC XF40
Medallic Silver "Siege of Leeuwarden" Daalder Coin. Mint Year: 1580 Reference: Davenport -, Van Loon I 281.1. Certified and graded by NGC as XF-40! Siege of Leeuwarden of 1580.

Weight: 27.85gm Diameter: 45mm Material: Silver. Obverse: Biblical scene showing David (the Dutch) attacking the Giant Goliath (Spain) with a slingshot. Military camps and soldiers with spears in background.

Legend: A + DOMINO + FACTVM + EST + ILLVD +. This is the Lord's doing. Reverse: The three fortresses of Leeuwarden, Harlingen and Stavoren surrounded by farmers. The commencement of the recovery of Frisia's liberty.

Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor, became the first lord of the Lordship of Frisia. He appointed Georg Schenck van Toutenburg, who had crushed the peasants' revolt, as Stadtholder to rule over the province in his stead.

When Charles abdicated in 1556, Frisia was inherited by Philip II of Spain along with the rest of the Netherlands. In 1566, Frisia joined the Dutch Revolt against Spanish rule.

In 1577, George de Lalaing, Count of Rennenberg was appointed Stadtholder of Frisia and other provinces. A moderate, trusted by both sides, he tried to reconcile the rebels with the Crown. But in 1580, Rennenburg declared for Spain. The States of Frisia raised troops and took his strongholds of Leeuwarden, Harlingen and Stavoren. Rennenburg was deposed and Frisia became the fifth Lordship to join the rebels' Union of Utrecht. From 1580 onward, all stadtholders were members of the House of Orange-Nassau. With the Peace of M√ľnster in 1648, Frisia became a full member of the independent Dutch Republic, a federation of provincies. In economic and therefore also political importance, Friesland was next in rank to the provinces of Holland and Zeeland.

, historically known as Frisia , is a province of the Netherlands located in the northern part of the country. It is situated west of Groningen, northwest of Drenthe and Overijssel, north of Flevoland, northeast of North Holland, and south of the Wadden Sea.

The capital and seat of the provincial government is the city of Leeuwarden West Frisian. Medallic Silver Siege of Leeuwarden Daalder Coin. NGC XF40" is in sale since Sunday, August 30, 2020. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ World\Europe\Netherlands". The seller is "coinworldtv" and is located in Wien. This item can be shipped worldwide.
1580, Netherlands. Medallic Silver Siege of Leeuwarden Daalder Coin. NGC XF40


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