1/2 Pice, Edward VII, 1904-1910
Bronze half pice or 1/2 paisa coin of Edward VII. At 1/128 of a silver rupee, this was the second smallest coin minted during the uniform coinage era (1835-1947). The obverse of the coin features the Emperor's head, while the reverse carries the denomination and the date. These coins were minted from 1904-1910. Lower value coins of Edward VII are rarer compared to similar coins of George V and George VI.
Weight: 2.4 grams (approx)
Diameter: 21.2 mm (approx)
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