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Guilder

1. See: Dutch guilder.

2. See: Netherlands Antillean guilder.
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We're entrepreneurs and we wanted to be in business for ourselves," Broda said about starting 60 Guilders.
Schmidt and Pfeiffer met with Berlin's finance senator Ulrich Nussbaum, who ceremonially handed them a historical guilder from 1539.
The exchange market between bank guilders and current guilders deepened to become the principal measure of the value of the bank guilder.
A usurer could maintain that he is not willing to enter into a loan of consumption but still is prepared to buy a right on 100 or 200 guilders, and every borrower is able to impose this duty on himself.
Suriname is changing the name of its currency from guilder to dollar when new banknotes and simplified exchange rates are introduced in January, reports AP (July 31, 2003):
Dhaliwal and Rana were stopped by police on one trip carrying 600,000 guilders, which were confiscated.
Turnover of the 150-160 employee company projected for 2000 is 45- to 47-million Guilders ($19-20-million) compared with 35-million Guilders ($15-million) in 1998 and 20-million Guilders ($8m) in 1992.
The Tokyo-based automaker acquired half the interest held by the Dutch government for 110 million guilders, it said.
In total, they spent 20 million guilders on business purchases and 15 million guilders on private purchases.
The acquisition of Keizer, which reported sales of 70 million Dutch guilders (US $37 million) in 1997, further strengthens Venlo-based ODC's role as one of Europe's top suppliers of frozen vegetables, fruits and potato items.
The large purchases (especially computer hardware) came to an average amount of 160 guilders per transaction.
You can hire these for 10 guilders a day (pounds 3.