1 Kori, Junagadh
Silver 1 kori coins of Junagadh Princely State, from 1235 AH to 1300 AH (Islamic calendar), corresponding to 1826 AD-1882 AD. Junagadh was a princely state in the Kathiawar region of Gujarat. Post independence, the Nawab of Junagadh wanted to merge with Pakistan, against the wishes of the population - forcing Indian government to act and hold a plebiscite.
The front of the coin says "Shri Divan" in Devnagari. The reverse has the date as per Islamic Calendar and the alphabet 'Ba' in Devnagari - signifying the Babai dynasty which ruled Junagadh.
These coins belong to 3 different rulers of Junagadh.
Panel 1 shows the coins of Bahadur Khan (1235 AH to 1252 AH). This is an EXTREMELY RARE coin, with a numista rarity score of 91. Read more about this coin here - approx weight 4.75 grams
Panel 2 shows the coins of Mohammed Mahabat Khanji (1270 AH to 1280 AH). This is a VERY RARE coin, with a numista rarity score of 85. Read more about this coin here - approx weight 4.6 grams
Panel 3 shows the coins of Mohammad Mahabat Khanji (1292 AH to 1299 AH). This is a VERY RARE coin, with a numista rarity score of 84. Read more about this coin here - approx weight 4.47 grams
The weight is indicative. Actual weight of the coins will vary depending. The coins are part of a lot, and the coin you get may not be the coin in the picture. If you want coin of a specific ruler, please check with the seller first.
All of these are very rare coins, hard to find singly or in a set.