Silver Kori, Kutch, High Grade
High grade silver 1 kori coins of the Indian Princely State of Kutch, minted in the name of Khengarji III and British Rulers George V & George VI. These coins were minted from 1928-1936 (George V) and then 1937-1940 (George VI). The coins of Kutch have some unique design features - two rulers, two dates and two scripts. These coins carry the name of the local ruler on front and British ruler on the reverse, the obverse has year in Vikram Samvat whereas the reverse has date as per the English calendar and finally, the obverse is written in Devnagari script while the reverse is written in Urdu.
Weight: 4.7 grams (approx)
Diameter: 17 mm
Silver content: 0.610 (61%).
Both of these coins are rare. Read more about them here and here
High grade coins such as these - in uncirculated (UNC) and almost-uncirculated (AUNC) conditions are rare.
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 condtion.
Price is for 1 coin.
Multiple dates are available. If you want a specific date, please check with the dealer before ordering.
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