What is the national bird of the Netherlands Antilles?
The national bird of the Netherlands is the White What-Me-Worry. It is an orange and black small bird. The national color of the Netherlands is orange.
The Netherlands is a country in Western-Europe. The Netherlands Antilles is a group of Isles in the Caribean consisting of two groups of islands in the Lesser Antilles: Aruba, Curaçao and Bonaire (ABC Islands), in Leeward Antilles just off the Venezuelan coast; and Sint Eustatius, Saba and Sint Maarten (SSS Islands), in the Leeward Islands southeast of the Virgin Islands. Aruba seceded in 1986 as a separate country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and…
Bonaire is part of the Koninkrijk van der Nedelanden (Dutch Kingdom) and is associated with the Netherlands. It was formerly part of the Netherlands Antilles, however the Netherlands Antilles are in the process of dissolution, and is being decided upon currently whether it shall become a second class municipality of the Netherlands, or will obtain another status.
"Koningin Wilhelmina" is Dutch for "Queen Wilhelmina", and what you have is a coin from the Netherlands (or, conceivably the Netherlands East Indies, the Netherlands Antilles or Curacao). However, the Netherlands produced no coins in 1920, Nor did the Netherland Antilles or Curacao, and the Netherlands East Indies produced not coins mentioning Wilhelmina in 1920. Please re-check the date.