1 Kori, Kutch, Khengarji III/George V, Old Style
Machine struck silver 1 kori of the princely state of Kutch, struck in the name of Khengarji III, the ruler of Kutch and King Geroge V, the emperor of India. These coins were struck from 1913-1927 and continue to use the old design of the earliest machine struck 1 kori coins. The three emblems of Kutch - the trishul (trident), crescent and katar (dagger) are on the reverse along with the year in Vikram Samvat. The obverse, in Urdu, has the name of the British ruler and the year as per the Christian calendar.
These coins are VERY RARE, with a numista rarity value of 85. Read more here
Weight: 4.7 grams (approx)
Diameter: 16 mm (approx)
Coins are part of a lot. The coin you get may not be the coin in the picture, but will be a coin in similar condition. Please note - these coins are ~100 years old and will have some wear and tear. Price is for 1 coin.
NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGE.