Jai Hind Dhabu & Kori, Kutch, VS 2004/1947 AD
Set of 2 coins, copper and silver, of Kutch state minted in Vikram Samvat 2004 - 1947 AD, at the time of India's freedom. Both the coins carry the name of Madansinhji in the front and the word's 'Jai Hind' on the reverse. Prior to 1947, the reverse side of the Kutch coins carried the name of the British emperor (1858-1946).
Both of these are VERY RARE coins.
The Jai Hind Kori has a numista rarity score of 82. Read more about it here
The Jai Hind Dhabu has a numista rarity score of 80. Read more about it here
Jai Hind Kori: 4.66 grams (approx)
Jai Hind Dhabu: 6.6 grams (approx)
These coins are part of a lot. The coins you get may not be the coins in the picture, but will be coins in similar condition. The Jai Hind kori coins are in Brilliant uncirculated (BUNC) condition.