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Mint mark on 1762 Holland Silver Rider Ducaton

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Hi All,

Does anyone know what the mint mark is?  It is above the sword after the word HOL at the top of the obverse.  It looks a bit like and Utrecht shied, however, I thought provincial Holland coins of this date were minted in Dordrecht (Rosette) or Amsterdam (XXX) ? Thanks   Frank  

MY 1762 NETHERLANDS (HOLLAND) 32.8G 0.941 SILVER RIDER DUCATON 32.47g 42.7- 43.1mm 2.4- 2.5mm   1659 - 1793.jpg

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