Bundi, Silver Rupee, Shah Alam
Silver rupee of the Princely State of Bundi, minted during reign of Bishen Singh (1773-1821 AD) in the name of the mughal emperor Shah Alam. The three leaf symbol of Bundi state can be seen on the reverse (circled in image 3). The reverse also carries the regnal year (43 in the coin in the picture). Bundi was a princely state in Rajasthan, surrounded by Kota, Udaipur and Tonk. The state merged into the Indian union in 1949.
THIS IS A RARE COIN. THIS PARTICULAR VARIETY IS NOT LISTED ON NUMISTA OR THE STANDARD CATALOGUE.
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Weight: 11 grams (approx)
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