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Campen, Netherlands (Holy Roman Empire), 6 stuivers (schelling), Matthias I (early 1600s).

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Campen, Netherlands (Holy Roman Empire), 6 stuivers (schelling), Matthias I (early 1600s).
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Campen, Netherlands (Holy Roman Empire), 6 stuivers (schelling), Matthias I (early 1600s). KM-22. 3.0 grams. Thin, low-grade silver coin with double-headed eagle and coat-of-arms (both fairly clear despite wear), some good legend. With original certificate from the salvagers. Recovered from: Merestein, sunk in 1702 off South Africa