For over 120 years, the Wilhelmina Peppermint product has stood for a fresh taste sensation with a royal touch. Wilhelmina peppermint was developed by Fortuin in 1892 on the occasion of the company's 50th anniversary and as a homage to the then 12-year-old Queen Wilhelmina. The portrait of Queen Wilhelmina can be recognized on every coin. The first box of Wilhelmina peppermint was offered to the Royal Family. This was so much appreciated by the Royal family that in 1896 Fortuin received the designation of purveyor to the Royal Household. To this day, Fortuin is still a purveyor to the Royal Household and the Wilhelmina mints are still royal in taste and widely available.
I tried to bring out the very small relief of the image of Queen Wilhelmina by illuminating it from the side. This is a 2: 1 macro image
The depth of field is, of course, minimal due to the macro.
- Canon EOS 5D Mark III