Half Pice, East India Company, Bombay Presidency, 1802-1829 AD
Copper half pice (1/128 of rupee) of the East India Company, Bombay Presidency, minted in Bombay from 1802-1829. The obverse has the United East India Company (VEIC) bale mark, along with the year while the reverse has a weighing scale/balance with the word 'Adil' meaning justice written on the reverse. From 1800 to 1830, the Bombay Mint produced hammered coins - while the Calcutta and Madras mints had been mechanized by this time. These coins are hammered.
Weight: 5.1 gram (but varies substantially)
Diameter: 17 mm (varies)
This is a rare coin, read more about it here
These coins are nearly 200 years old and have age related wear on them. Since these are hand struck coins, no two coins are identical.
Coins are part of a lot. The coin you get will be one of the coins in the fourth picture.
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