The Royal Dutch Numismatic Society

The Royal Dutch Numismatic Society was founded in 1892 in Amsterdam. In 1899 it was granted the title "Royal" by H.M. Queen Wilhelmina. The Society supports and promotes anyone who is involved in coins, medals, paper money and related numismatic objects either as a professional or as an amateur. This is done by organising meetings, promoting exhibitions and supporting local numismatic clubs. The Society publishes a Year book with important scientific contributions. The Society also publishes the bimonthly magazine De Beeldenaar together with the Dutch Art Medal Society. It contains informative articles and short popular scientific contributions that cover the whole spectrum of coinage, medals and paper money from the 7th century BC until today.


Jaarboek 2018 (105) Liesbeth Claes, Coins in the class room; A history of Numismatic Education at the Universities in the Netherlands - Jan Pelsdonk & Paul Oostervink, Theodorus Marinus Roest; Een leven ten dienste van de numismatiek - Joost Snaterse, Amulet, jewel, coin? Layers of meaning and the Velp hoard of 1715 - Patrick Breternitz, Das Ende der eigenständigen friesischen Münzprägung im 8. Jahrhundert. Beobachtungen zur Chronologie der Porcupinevarianten B, E und F - Jos Benders, De muntvondst Blerick 2011 (TPQ 1481) - Dariusz Jasek, Comparison of the actual measured fineness of the Netherlands gold ducats with the values of the fineness required by law - Theo Nissen, Munten geslagen in ballingschap; Nederlandse daalders en kwartdaalders van Oost-Friese makelij (1567-1573) - Karin Lurvink, Isolation, Financial Benefits and Labor Control. The Use of Louisiana Plantation Tokens in Dutch Comparative Perspective, 1865-1960 Nieuws


Tijdschrift De Beeldenaar is twee maandelijks tijdschrift op het gebied van numismatiek en penningkunst.

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