1/4 Tanga, Luiz I, Portuguese India
1/4 Tanga or Quarto Tanga of Portuguese India (Goa) in the name of Luiz I, ruler of Portugal. These coins were minted in 1881, 1884, 1886 and 1888. Under the Portuguese/Goan coinage, 1 Rupee was equal to 16 tanga - so a tanga was equal to a British Indian anna. 1/4 of tanga was 1/64 of a rupee, or a paisa.
These coins were minted at the Calcutta mint - after 1881, all the Portuguese Indian coins were minted by the British. Thus, the Portuguese Rupee is the same size, weight and silver content as the British Indian silver rupee.
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Weight: 6.3 grams (approx)
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