1 Trambiyo, Kutch, Khengarji III/Edward VII
Copper 1 Trambiyo (1/48 kori) coin of the Princely State of Kutch, issued during the reign of Khengarji III. These coins are issued jointly in the name of Khengarji and Edward VII, the British ruler. The writing on one side is in Devnagari script with the date in Vikram Samvat, while the script on the other side is in Urdu with the date as per the English calendar. These coins were minted from 1908-1910 AD. The trishul (trident), one of the symbols of Kutch, can be seen on one side, while a katar (dagger) is inscribed on the other side.
Coins of Kutch minted in the name of Edward VII are rarer compared to others.
Trambiyo was 1/48 of a silver kori - very close in value to 1 pie (1/192 rupee).
Weight: 3.3-3.5 grams (approx)
Size: 16 mm (approx)
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These coins are over 100 years old and will have wear and tear. Coins are part of a lot - the coin you get may be different from the coin in the picture.
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