The Five cent coin (commonly called Stuiver ) was a coin struck in the Kingdom of the Netherlands between 1818 and 2001. Twenty stuivers equalled a Dutch Guilder.
|5 cent 1818-1828||5 cent 1848 -1887||5 cent 1907-1909||5 cent 1913-1940||5 cent 1941-1943||5 cent 1948-2001|
|Mass||0.85 gram||0.69 gram||4.5 gram||4.5 gram||2.6 gram||3.5 gram|
|Diameter||15 mm||12.5 mm||18 mm||21.3 mm (Square rounded corners)||18 mm (Square rounded corners)||21 mm|
|Thickness||? mm||0.76 mm||1.8 mm||1.5 mm||? mm||1.45 mm (1948)|
1.44 mm (1950-1980)
1.45 mm (1982-2001)
|Metal||Silver .569||Silver .640||Nickel||Copper/Nickel||Zinc||Bronze|
|William I||Utrecht and Brussels||Silver||Crowned W between the mint year||Crowned Dutch coat of arms between value||Smooth with no edge lettering||1818(U), 1819(U), 1822(U), 1825(B), 1826(B), 1827(U and B), 1828(B)|
|William II||Utrecht||Silver||Kings bust to the left||Value and mint year between two bonded oak branches||Reeded with no edge lettering||1848|
|William III||Utrecht||Silver||Kings bust to the right||Value and mint year between two bonded oak branches||Reeded with no edge lettering||1850, 1853, 1855, 1859, 1862, 1863, 1868, 1869, 1876, 1879, 1887|
|Wilhelmina||Utrecht||Copper/Nickel||A crown between two oak branches||Value in a wreath of two bonded orange branches||Smooth with no edge lettering||1907-1909|
|Wilhelmina||Utrecht||Copper/Nickel||Fruit bearing orange branches within a double edge||Value within a pearl edge||Smooth with no edge lettering||1913, 1914, 1923, 1929, 1932–1934, 1936, 1938–1940, 1943|
|German occupation coin||Utrecht||Zinc||Two Saxon horse heads under a sun||Value within a ring with a cereal ear to the right and nine waves to the left||Smooth with no edge lettering||1941-1943|
|Wilhelmina||Utrecht||Bronze||Queens head to the left||Value with a fruit bearing orange branch||Smooth with no edge lettering||1948|
|Juliana||Utrecht||Bronze||Queens head to the right||Value with a fruit bearing orange branch||Smooth with no edge lettering||1950–1958, 1960–1967, 1969-1980|
|Beatrix||Utrecht||Bronze||Half Queens head to the left||Value with interrupted rectangular planes||Smooth with no edge lettering||1982-2001|
|Discontinued due to introduction of the euro.|
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