3 Collector coins that were minted in Pre-Independence India

We have spoken about 10 Collector Gold Coins before, Here are some of their descriptions and values.

  1. One Mohur gold coin WILLIAM IIII 1835 – A very rare coin that weighs 11.66 grams is valued at four lakhs! It was minted in Calcutta and has a Lion walking infront of the Palm tree.
  2. One Mohur Gold coin Victoria Queen (Continuous Legend) 1841 –  A rare coin that weighs 11.66 grams and 26 mm big, like the WILLIAM IIII 1835 coin. It was minted in Bombay, Calcutta and Madras and is valued around 1.7 – 2.3 Lakhs. The name on the obverse “VICTORIA QUEEN ” is continous.
  3. One Mohur Gold coin Victoria Queen (Divided Legend) 1841 –Another rare coin that also weighs 11.66 grams  and is relatively smaller in size, 23mm. It was minted only in Calcutta and also has a Lion walking infront of the Palm tree.  The other difference it has from the Continuous Legend is, the name on the obverse “VICTORIA QUEEN ” is not continuous. It is valued between 1.4 – 1.7 Lakhs.
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