Half Kori, Deshalji II (Kutch), 1852-57 AD
Half kori silver coin of the Indian Princely State of Kutch, minted in 1852-1857 AD in the name of Deshalji II. On the reverse, these coins carry the name of Empress Bahadur Shah (in Persian). Deshalji was one of the 3 rulers of Kutch (along with his successor Pragmalji and his successor Khengarji) who minted coins of this value.
Please note the uneven design of the coins - each coin is slightly different from the other, unlike the machined coins of later era.
This is an EXTREMELY RARE coin, with a numista rarity score of 91. Read more about it here
Weight: 2.2 grams (approx.)
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