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Spring Break Schedule: Our coin processing facility will be closed March 25-27.

Euro Coin Exchange is a family business, and our coin processing crew is taking a few days off to be with their family. If you ship any coins to us this week which are scheduled to arrive Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, we will get them processed on Monday morning. Should you need to reach us, our business office will open during regular business hours. Regular payment processing will resume on Monday, March 30. If you have any questions, please call us at 855-EUROCOIN (855-387-6264) or click the "Contact Us" button at the top of this page.

Dutch guilder banknotes


How do I exchange Dutch guilders for U.S. dollars?

Due to a policy implemented by De Nederlandsche Bank (DNB), the Dutch Central Bank, which prohibits the exchange of guilder notes obtained in the course of business after January 27, 2002, we do not purchase Dutch guilder (pre-euro) banknotes. We can, however, help you put those old bills to good use.

You have several options. First, you can personally exchange the guilder notes pictured below for euros by presenting them to the DNB in Amsterdam.

You can also donate them to charitable organizations operating in Holland which are permitted to exchange them for euros. We have made arrangements to collect old guilder banknotes and transmit them to the Dutch office of Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières), an international humanitarian relief organization.Email from Doctors Without Borders, Amsterdam

If you would like to contribute your old guilders to Doctors Without Borders, please send them to us and we will combine them with other customers’ notes and forward them to Holland.

We do not accept guilder (pre-euro) coins.

The Dutch banknotes pictured below may be exchanged at the DNB in Amsterdam, or we will accept them for contribution on your behalf to Doctors Without Borders.






Images courtesy of De Nederlandsche Bank.