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HM29359

EIC, Bombay Presidency, silver Rupee, Half-Rupee and Quarter-Rupee, 1832-5 machine-struck issue.

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India, British India, East India Company, Bombay Presidency, Later coinages, Mughal style silver Rupee, Bombay [but naming Surat], 1832-5 machine-struck issue, in the name of Shah 'Alam II (AH 1173-1221/1759-1806), AH 1215, frozen regnal year 46, sikka mubarak badshah ghazi shah alam [The auspicious coin of the victorious emperor Shah Alam], rev. zarb surat sanah 46 julus maimanat manus [Struck at Surat in the 46th year of tranquil prosperity], edge plain, 11.70g, 6h (Prid. 286 [Sale, lot 538]; Stevens 5.8; KM. 224); silver Half-Rupee, similar, 5.69g, 6h (Prid. 288 [Sale, lot 538]; Stevens 5.11; KM. 223); silver Quarter-Rupee, similar, 2.91g, 6h (Prid. 290 [Sale, lot 538]; Stevens 5.13; KM. 222) [3]. First about extremely fine, second about very fine, last extremely fine, olive-grey tone.

Provenance:

Ex Puddester Collection, Part One, Noonans, 8-9 February 2023, Lot 529

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