From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishguilderguil‧der /ˈɡɪldə $ -ər/ noun [countable] PECthe standard unit of money used in the Netherlands before the Euro
Examples from the Corpusguilder• On the Amsterdam Stock Exchange, Philips shares fell 1. 1 guilders to 62. 4 guilders.• Other operators are expected to contribute 100m guilders.• He soon got through 90 guilders, which his father thought an excessive amount.• Van Leer has annual sales of about 4 billion guilders.• Analysts have estimated the company would pay about 200 million guilders to 250 million guilders for Arcade.• The budget, allowing for expenditure of 176,700 million guilders, was the least austere for many years.• Arcade had net profit 16. 9 million guilders in its fiscal year ended March on sales of about 398 million guilders.