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DG10785

Madras Presidency, Gold Pagoda, 1740-1807.

India, East India Company, Madras Presidency, gold Pagoda (1740-1807), half-length figure of the Hindu deity Vishnu, rev. 5-pointed star on granulated surface, 3.5g (Pr. 9; KM 303). Extremely fine.

A gold coin minted between 1740 and 1807 by the East India Company, with Indian motifs, for circulation in the East India Company's Madras Presidency - an administrative subdivision of British India.

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