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    FORTHCOMING BOOK: ARTICLE PROFILES BRITISH INDIA AUTHOR GEV KIAS

    11/02/2014

    Highlight: who began by collecting 56 British India coinseen 1835 and 1947. And just when he thought he'd made the "coin collector" grade, his mentor laughed and told him that, next, there were coins to be collected mint wise (according to the mint of their origin ? Calcutta, Bombay or Madras) and then die wise (variations of which make a coin rare). Today Kias is considered to possess one of the best collections of British India coinsto George VI ? in all denominations and metals (the most rare ones come in silver). What's more, he's now working on a book that would give comprehensive information about British India coins. "The earlier books, written by stalwarts like F Pridmore and D

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    FORTHCOMING BOOK: ARTICLE PROFILES BRITISH INDIAAUTHOR GEV KIAS

    11/02/2014

    Highlight: 56 British India coinst when he thought he'd made the "coin collector" grade, his mentor laughed and told him that, next, there were coins to be collected mint wise (according to the mint of their origin — Calcutta, Bombay or Madras) and then die wise (variations of which make a coin rare).

    Today Kias is considered to possess one of the best collections of British India coins€” in all denominations and metals (the most rare ones come in silver). What's more, he's now working on a book that would give comprehensive information about British India coins.

    "The

    Buried within this article from the Ahmedabad Mirror profiling Numism

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    Catalogue of a collection of coins and medals...embracing some of the finest and rarest United States cents. [02/14/1866]

    Highlight: 213 — Four Dutch Fast India Coins; all different and good. 214 — Si.K Quarter-Annas, varieties; all good. 215 — Three Sumatran Coins ; all very fine. 216 — Seven Fast India Coins': varieties. 217 — Javanese Coin, very rude; rare. 218 — Si.x small Dutch Fast India Coins, varieties; good. 219 — Fast India Coin, “The Hooster;” very rain' and good. 220 — ’I’wo Me.xican Dollars, struck in cop|>er; good. 221 — Sandwich Island ('oin, Ilapa llaneri ; very fine and very rare. I 222 — Fleven Fnropean Coins; various and good. 223 — 'rwenty Fnropean Coins. 224 — Three Sicilian copper Coins ; old and rare. 225 — Five counterfeit Spanish Quarter Dollars: copper and brass. 226 — (\)unterfeit Spanisli Dollar, 1792; very good. 227 — Three Sardinian Five-(’enti.ssimo pieces. 228 — One Soldo and one

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    The Numismatist, October 1937

    1/10/1937

    Highlight: except Italy and India,” “Coins of Galba, Otho and Vitellius” and “Medals Pertaining to bridges.” Exhibits were as follows: Mr. Arthur: Fugio cent of 17 87; half dimes of 1794 and 183 5, brilliant uncirculated; half dime of 18 62, proof; three-cent nickel proof of 1880; Confederate restrike half dollar; extra fine Rhode Island token of 1778. Mr. Bullowa: Coins of Irish Free State. Mr. Carpenter: English coronation proof set and Canadian proof set of 1937. Mr. Clark: 3 6 coins of Ireland, Iceland, Isle of Man, Indo-China and Canada. Mr. Deas: Canadian 1937 dollar and half dollar; Australian crown; Austrian 2-shilling piece of 1937; 50 senti of Estonia; bronze medal of the S. S. Normandie. Mr. Dewey: Medals Nos. 2 and 3 of the Circle of Friends of the Medallion; medal of Westport, Conn.;

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    A CATALOGUE OF A LARGE AND VALUABLE COLLECTION OF GOLD, SILVER AND COPPER COINS AND MEDALS, THE PROPERTY OF THE LATE THEODORE W. RILEY, AND BY ORDER OF THE EXECUTORS TO HIS ESTATE.

    Highlight: o EAST INDIA COINSle Friends.” Napoleon Riding to Elba with his head toward the tail, with a rope around his neck pulled by the Devil " 20 One Large Turkish Base Coin and Five Smaller Ones. Good and fair 6 21 One Large Turkish Copper, and four others. All Different. Very fine 5 • 22 Four Apostles and four other pieces, in Lead. Rather poor. Size, 23 8 23 Ten 5 and 2 Centimes of Belgium . Fair 3 EAST INDIA COINS. 24 1797 Lump Money. 2 S. Large and scarce 3 25 Three Coins Native Character, 3 Hindostan and One Cent 7 A 26 Half Quarter and Eighth Annas, and three other pieces. Good and fine 7 3 o 27 Fenny and Half Fenny . Blazing Sun. Curious and good 2 ISLE OF MAN MONEY. 28 1813 George III. Isle of Man money, Penny and Half Penny, and Half Penny of Victoria . Good 3 f) 29

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    CATALOGUE OF A SELECTION FROM THE CABINETS OF DR. WINSLOW LEWIS, LATE OF BOSTON, TOGETHER WITH HIS NUMISMATIC LIBRARY, ALSO A FINE ASSORTMENT OF AMERICAN GOLD COINS, FROM THE ORIGINAL COLLECTION OF JOSEPH J. MICKLEY, OF PHILADELPHIA. AND A COLLECTION OF CUT AND ENGRAVED STONES.

    Highlight: Turkish and East India coins; quarter rupee and un- der. 14 pieces. Minute East India coins. 2 pieces. 1808 Dutch East Indies; half dollar size, low standard ; nearly fine, scarce. 1834 Quart. Gulden : fine. Japan; Itzebuc; uncirculated. 2 pieces.

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    Catalogue of a very fine collection of United States & foreign coins, medals, numismatic books, etc. ...

    Highlight: tilled with plates of East India coins; a full and complete history and very useful to a collector of East India coins; rare. X 114!) 185!); The Plates of the (Oriental Coins, Ancient and Modern, of the late William Marsden; 57 pages of illustrations of Oriental Coins; including East India, Siam, China, Persia, Ac.; a very useful bmik to assist In classifying coins; London; 4 to.; i-loth; lare. 1150 Tolke’s Book of English Coins; 42 pages of plates; 4 to.; pai>er; / ^ ^ scarce. ^ 1151 178G; Scotish Coinage, by Do Cardonnel, Edinburg; 4 to.; sheep; tilled with illustrations; rare. 1152 1800; Mun. Maass U. Sewichtekunde, by Lachman; illusti-ations of ^ ^ ^ Coins of the World; 90 pages of plates; similar to No. 1144; a very ^ valuable book; 8 vo.; half turkey: scarce. 1153 1858; Hi.stoire du

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    Catalogue of an Extensive and Valuable Collection of Coins and Medals [J. W. Kline]

    Highlight: 712 East India Coinsd and rare — 1257, &0., - No. 157 p. 0 r? 714 Copper — ohv. napoleon. iii.empereur, 1858; rev. empire.fr AN- cais, &c., Eagle and 2 dix centimes; proofs, No. 158 p. 3 /•/. 715 China — different sizes of Chinese Coins, - - No. 159 p. 7 ^ 710 Silver, (Greek,) — ohv. OOnN.BASIASYZ, &c., bust; rev. I APAXNH 1822. Also two Farthings of the Ionian Islands, &c.. No. 100 p. 4

    India Coins, Silver — two very thick, fine, No. 101 p. 5 fc 718 Silver — ohv. libre.por.la.constitution, &c., bust; rev. repub- lica. boloviana, 1830, and two reals of Peru, fine, No. 102 p. 2 719 Henry III., King of France and Poland, 1574-1589, silver — ohv.

    This copy, from the David Hirt library, includes the addenda.

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    INDIA COINS by Numismatic Bibliomania Society, on Flickr">TRAVANCORE <b style=INDIA COINS">

    The antiquity of the priceless jewels and valuables found in the vaults of the Sree Padmanabhaswamy temple in Thiruvananthapuram in recent weeks can be assessed with the aid of the Mathilakam Records, and the stone inscriptions found on the eastern wall of the first prakara of the Kanyakumari temple. These records reveal that the precious articles are indeed offerings made to the temple over the centuries.

    On the 5th of Makaram ME 925 (AD 1750), Marthanda Varma made over his

    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1951

    30/6/1951

    Highlight: 0.5 tin INDIA [Coins in active circulation at end of December 1950] 1 rupee- Do \

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1955

    30/6/1955

    Highlight: 1953 India coins of all denominations were demonetized, with extension into 1954 for their exchange with Burmese legal tender currency. CAMBODIA* 50 centimes (50/100 de piastre).. 20 centimes (20/100 de piastre).. 10 centimes (10/100 de piastre).. 3.5 2.2 1.3 31 27 23 do *First coinage of 50 centimes in 1953. First coinage of 20 and 10 centimes in 1954. 37905Z O - 56 - 9

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1957

    30/6/1957

    Highlight: 1953 India coins of all denominations were demonetized. The exchange and withdrawal of Indian coins continued in 1956. Scalloped, 6 waves. rAMRiDIA* Denomination Coinage during 1956- -number of pieces Gross weight in grains Composition (proportion of metals) Diameter in milli- meters Thick- ness in milli- meters 3.8 2.2 1.3 31 27 23 Total "First coinage of 50 centimes in 1953. First coinage of 20 and 10 centimes in 1954. Designations of monetary values were changed officially from PIASTRE to RIEL and from CENTIME to SEN by Law (Kram) No. 84-NS of March 26, 1956. No new coins have been issued since enactment of the law.

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1962

    30/6/1962

    Highlight: 1953 India coins of all denominations were demonetized. 2 Scalloped, 6 waves. 3 Square coin with rounded corners. * Scalloped, 12 waves. »Does not include 100 proof coin sets in cupronickel consisting of one coin of each denomination.

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    N.O.W. News, Fall 2012

    1/10/2012

    Highlight: Wish to trade India coins for American coins. Kindly pass/circulate my message among the members of your coin club so that I can get many friends. Please reply. George.” The message was sent by svanbraun@aol.com via addthis.com. If you contact him, please let us know what transpired, but Tom cautions that sending coins to and from India can be problematic. ★ ★ ★ Milwaukee Numismatic Society The club is again participating in the Central States Numismatic Society book donation program. This time, $673 worth of coin books will be going to the public library in Franklin. The Milwaukee Public Museum still has the coin display that the club donated in 2007 to set up the display. 4

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 11-14

    1/7/1876

    Highlight: and a classified series of old East India coins. The cata- logue, 32 pp. contained 1,022 lots, and was prepared by Mr. John W. Haseltine, of Philadelphia. One of the Confederate cents, in jiickeU of which Mr. Lovett guaranteed that only twelve were struck, sold for 16.25. Washington Cent, ’91, large eagle, pr. v. r. 4.75 ; do. small eagle, r. 6.25. Half Dime 1802, very poor, but guaranteed genuine, 20; 1805, v. g. 6.50. Quarter, ’96, v. g. 7.75. Half Dollar, '94, good for date, 8.00; ’15, V. f. 9. Dollar, ’36, br. pr. Gobrecht flying eagle, 12.10; ’39, proof, flying eagle, 38.25; ’78, Barber pattern, br. pr. 10. Franklin medal, 1777, “Non irrita fulmen curat,” bronze. 9.50. November 28 and 29, Messrs. Bangs & Co. sold another collection of United States and foreign pieces, centennial

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 24 - 26

    1/7/1889

    Highlight: Southern India, Coins of, Star of Bethlehem, Medals of, Terms used in describing Coins, Tetradrachm of Sardanapalus, The Green Collection, in Boston Public Library, The Medals, Jetons and Tokens illustrative of the Science of Medicine, . 12, 37, 57, The Mystery of Coins, .... Transactions of Societies : — Amer. Numis. and Archaeol. Soc., Boston Numismatic Society, United States Medicals, Washington Masonic, . Washington Medals, . . . . 35, Zapotec Codex, . Page. 19 19 32 91 98 33 I 31 34 33 10 92 36 97 96 92 21 62 21

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 24 - 26

    1/7/1889

    Highlight: Coins of Southern India, Coins, Oriental, . Coins, Terms describing. Coins, The Mystery ot, Collecting, The Passion for. Comets, Medals of, ... . 25, Contributions of Alchemy to Numismatics, Currency, .... Diplomatic Medal, Dies of, . Dogges, Black, Early Medals of the Saviour, 24, 48, Page, 19 47 56 5 73 47 32 7 99 22 71 56 63 98 47 47 45 7U 99 56 91 12, 37 41 20, 70 . 48 20, 70 • 5* 73 I I 34 36 • 36 49» 84 73 72, 100 10 45 44 East India Company, Coins of. Page. 3 Editorial, .... . 24, 48, 72, 100 Electricity, Photograph of Coin by, . . 47 Emperor Frederick, Coins of. 32 England, Money in, 1560, . 96 Engraved Virginian Medal, . . . . 64 Exhibition of Medical Medals, 9 Franco- American Jeton, 7 Franklin Medals, 10 French Mint Marks, 21, 47 Gleanings, .... 63, 91 How Nickels and Pennies ar

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 24 - 26

    1/7/1889

    Highlight: India, Coins of, as Witnesses of her History International Numismatic Congress Japanese Gold Koch, Dr., Medal of . Lions vs. Leopards on Anglo-Gallic Coins, Louvre Collection of Coins, Notes on . Marriage Medal of Marie Antoinette PAGE 57, 85 36 42, 96 I 56, 84 70 48 98, 108 105 lOI 71 84, 108 47 48 22 los 53 41 71 22 72 69 71 47 , 48 71 71 47 83 71 33 50, 51 57 , 85 102 83 72 21 47 54

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1950

    30/6/1950

    Highlight: 100 ANNUAL REPORT OF THE DIRECTOR OF THE MINT INDIA [Coins In active drculation at end of December 1949| Denomination Gross weight Composition (proportion of metals) Diam- etar Thick- ncfli AfUU- Orams meterw mdtn 1 rupee 11.6638 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nideel 8a48 Do 11.6638 Pure nickel I.'... 27.94 \4 runee 5.8319 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nideel 94.13 Do 5.8319 Pure nickel J 24. 13 2. 9160 500 silver, 500 copp>er, zinc and nickel 19.05 yi ru^ee 2. 9160 91 6H silver, 83H (k)pper 19.05 Do 2. 9160 Pure nickel I.'. 19.05 4 Arm^ 6 8039 75 copper, 25 nickel / 23.5 2 annas . 7452 916fi silver, 83^ copper \ 25.4 15.24 Do 5. 8319 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1 nickel Do 5.8319 75 copper, 25 nickel _ _ 25.40 22.352 T^n (riftnrgft VJ 5. 8319 do __ _ _ 25.40 21.01 1 anna 3.8879 79 copper, 20

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    Catalogue of coins, tokens, and medals : in the numismatic collection of the Mint of the United States at Philadelphia, Pa. [1914]

    /1914

    Highlight: provisional coinage 154 Department of 627 Durand medals of illustrous men 686 Dutch East India, coins of 571 Dutch medals 613 Du Vivier, P. S. B., medalist 331,332 B. Eagle: Gold coin of United States 35,617 Patterns of. 86 Eagle, Capt. R. H., medal of 339 Eckfeldt, Adam, medal of. 350 Ecuador, coins of. 245 Edison, Thomas A., medal 666 Egypt, coins of. 409,638 Eion, corns of .'. 398 Ellis, S., engraver 341,396 Elliot, Capt. Jesse D., medal of.. ,.,,.,.,,,..., , T --,,--, , ,..,.,.., 339

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    Catalogue of coins, tokens, and medals : in the numismatic collection of the Mint of the United States at Philadelphia, Pa. [1914]

    /1914

    Highlight: coins of 325 Portugal: Coins of 529,657 Medals.of 615 Portuguese India, coins of. 568 Portuguese West Africa, coins of 545,658 Pratt, BelaL., medalist 14,44 Preble, Capt. Edward, medal of 337 Presidential medals 344 Preston, Robert E., medal of. 348 Princeton University, one hundred and fiftieth anniversary; medal 378 Prince Edward Island, corns of. 127 Private gold coins 20, 109 Proclamation coins, Spanish American 144, 145, 146, 147 Prussia: Duchy, coins of 493 Kingdom, corns of 493, 495, 649 Pu coins, China 550 Q. Quarter-dollar: Silver com of United States of America 63,620 Patterns of. 99 Columbian 67 Quarter-eagle: Gold coin of United States of America 46 Patterns of. 89 Quinnipiack-New Haven, medal 370

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    The Numismatist, Vol. 13 (1900)

    /1900

    Highlight: i)rincipally of Dutch India coins. Sale December 17, p 40, palte vii, No. of lots, 950. Catalogues have also been received of H. E. Morey, of Boston, and Chas. Steigervvai t. of Lancaster, Pa. Theke is a strong probability that the government will soon autluirize the issue of fifty cent dollars for use in our new' Idiilippine possessions. The project most in favor by the administration is to purchase silver bullion and coin it into distinctive dollars having a gold value of about fifty cents each and probably containing a little less silver than the present standard dollar. There is at present a mint in ^Manila. It is hoped that new coins may be ready before spring. The secretary of war w ill jirobably ask one of the house committees to take the matter up. During the month of November th^

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    Coin Collector's Journal, vol. 9

    1/1/1884

    Highlight: BRITISH INDIA. [Coins issued for the whole Country . ] No. 1. — Obv. Victoria queen. Crowned bust, left. Rev. | anna | india | 1862, within an ornamented circle. No. 2. — Obv. Same as last. Rev. £ I PIOE | INDIA | 1862, within an ornamented circle. No. 3. — Obv. Same as last. Rev. one | quarter | anna | India | 1862, within an ornamented circle. No. 4. — Obv. Same as last. Rev. half | anna | India | 1862, within an ornamented circle.

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    Catalogue of coins, tokens, and medals in the numismatic collection of the Mint of the United States at Philadelphia, Pa [1912]

    /1912

    Highlight: provisional coinage 154 Durand medals of iUustrous men 686 Dutch East India, coins of 571 Dutch medals 613 Du Vivier, P. S. B . , medalist 331, 332 Eagle: Gold coin of United States 35 Patterns of 86 Eagle, Capt. R. U., medal of 339 Eckfoldt, Adam, medal of 350 Ecuador, coins of 245 Egypt, coins of 409 Eion, coins of 398 Ellis, S., engraver 341,396 Elliot, Capt. Jesse D., medal of 339 Emancipation proclamation, medal 373 English East India Co. , coins of 565 English medals 597 England: Coins of 442 Tradesmen's tokens 450 Ephesus, coins of 404 Epirus, coins of 401 Emblems of war and peace on United States coins 12 Ericsson, John, medal of 390 F. Ferrara, coins of 516 Field, Cyrus W., medal of. 342 Fifty-dollars or flve-eagles, pattern gold coin United States 84 Finland, coins of 537

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    Catalogue of coins, tokens, and medals in the numismatic collection of the Mint of the United States at Philadelphia, Pa [1912]

    /1912

    Highlight: coins of 325 Portugal: Coins of 529 Medals of 616 Portuguese India, coins of *. 668 Portuguese West Africa, coins of 545 Pratt, BelaL., medalist 14,44 Preble, Capt. Edward, medal of. 337 Presidential medals 344 Preston, Robert E., medal of 348 Princeton University, one hundred and fiftieth anniversary, medal 378 Prince Edward Island, coins of ^ 127 Private gold coins 20,109 Proclamation coins, Spanish American 144, 145, 146, 147 Prussia: Duchy, coins of 493 Kingdom , coins of 493, 496 Pu coins, China 650 Q. Quarter-dollar: Silver coin of United States of America 63 Patterns of 99 Columbian 67 Quarter-eagle: Gold coin of United States of America 46 Patterns of 89 Quinnipiack-New Haven, medal 370 R. Railroad life-saving medal 358 Ragusa, coins of 623 Red Cross, medal for first aid 361

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    U.S. Mint Report (1952)

    1/1/1952

    Highlight: 0.5 tin 28 2 22.5 1.5 17 1.3 17 1.3 15 1 15 1 24 1.5 24 1.5 19 1.3 19 1.3 15 1 15 1 INDIA [Coins in active circulation at end of December 1951] 1 rupee Do W rupee Do M rupee or 4 annas Do Do Do }i rupee or 2 annas Do Do (George V) Do 1 anna Do yi anna. Do Single pice Do Do Do Do \A pice Do Pie pieces Do 11.6638 11.6638 5.8319 5.8319 2.916 2.916 2. 916 6. 8039 1.458 5.8319 5.8319 5.8319 3.8879 3. 8879 2.916 2.916 6. 4799 8599 8879 916 944 2399 43 2. 1599 1.62 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc, and nickel Pure nickel 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc, and nickel Pure nickel.. 916*4 silver, 83}.$ copper 500 silver. 500 copper, zinc, and nickel Pure nickel 75 copper, 25 nickel 916?6 silver, 83J.S copper 75 copper, 25 nickel do 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1 nickel 75 copper, 25 nickel - 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1

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    The Universal Cambist and Commercial Instructor (Vol. 1)

    /1821

    Highlight: especially in exchanging them for East India coins. English weights and measures are chiefly used here. ST. MALOES fin France ! . Monies, &c. The new system of monies, weights, and measures of France has been es- tablished here; but certain old customs are still partially retained, and are as follows. Old The old corn measure, called the Tonneau, contains 31J; Boisseaux ; and Measures, answers to 39,19 English Bushels, or 13,80 Hectolitres.

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    Calcoin News, vol. 20, no. 1

    1/1/1966

    Highlight: India Coins.” Captain Estes Hawkes, Upland, Aug., “Military Decorations.” Ann Hall, Compton, Sept., “Famous Women on Coins.” Kay Whyborn, Monterey Park, July, “U. S. Cur- rency.” Clifford Kreizel, Orange County, Aug., “Ivory is Money.” Lar- ry Aringdale, San Diego, Sept., “Lin- colnian.” Blaine Milliron, Long Beach, Sept., “Today’s Junk.” Ted Weber, East Los Angeles, July, “The Bible Bill.” Hy Spitz, East Los Angeles, Aug. Federico Claveria, Az- teca, July, “The Spanish Kings of New Spain.” Alva Christensen, Bay Cities, Sept., “What to Collect.” Dan Harley, SIN San Gabriel Chapter, Sept., “Canadian Large Cents.” Ralph Mitchell, San Bemardino, Sept., “Odd and Curious.” Frank Strauss, Covina, Sept., “A Day in a Coin Shop.” Amos House, Upland, Sept., “Numismatic Current Events.” Harold Donald

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1948

    30/6/1948

    Highlight: 10 zinc INDIA [Coins in active circulation at end of December 1947) 1 rupee 2 ®-— 11.6638 11.6638 5. 8319 5. 8319 2. 9160 2. 9160 2. 9160 0. 7452 5.8319 5. 8319 3. 8879 3. 8879 2. 9160 2.9160 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nickel bo.2»._ Pure nickel I . 27.94 rupee “ 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nickel Do.2» Pure nickel 24. 13 yi rupee 2“ 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nickel Do.20 916?^ silver, 83^6 copper Do.2» Pure nickel 19.05 2 annas 21 916^^ silver, 83^ copper D0.2> 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1 nickel /2222.352 \2325.40 /2122.352 \2325.40 I2S21.0058 \2«19.7993 /2521.0058 \2619.7993 /2n9.7612 \2*1 7.3736 /2!19.7612 1.2S17.3736 Do.21.1 75 copper, 25 nickel 1 anna 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1 nickel Do.2< 75 copper, 25 nickel yi anna 21 .- 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1 nickel Do.2> 75 copper, 25

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint for the Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1949

    30/6/1949

    Highlight: ADDENDA 95 INDIA [Coins In active circulation at end of December 1948] Denomination Gross vs-eight Composition (proportion of metals) Diam- eter Thick- ness , I 1 rupee 23.. Do.23.. rupee 33. Do.33.. rupee 33. Do.33.. Do.23... 2 annas 34.. Do.34.. DO.24. 1 anna 3?. Do.23. H anna 3«. DO.24.. 2 pice 1 pice 33... Do.33.. D0.32_. Do.33.. Y pice 32.. D0.33_. Do.33.. 1 pie 33 Orams 11. G638 11.6638 6. 8319 5. 8319 2. 9160 2. 9160 2. 9160 0. 7452 5. 8319 5. 8319 3. 8879 3.8879 2. 9160 2. 9160 12. 96 4. 8599 1. 9940 2. 4300 'i.'6255' 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nickel. Pure nickel 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nickel. Pure nickel 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nickel. 916?4 silver, 83 copper Pure nickel.. 916?4 silver, 83)'^ copper 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1 nickel. 75 copper, 25 nickel. 79

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint Fiscal Year Ended June 30, 1948

    30/6/1948

    Highlight: 10 sine INDIA [Coins in active circulation at end of December 1947] 1 rupee 11.6638 11.6638 5.8.310 5.8319 2.9160 2. 9160 2. 9160 0. 7452 5.8319 5.8319 3. 8879 3. 8879 2.9160 2. 9160 500 silver, 500 copper, tine and nickel Do.w Pure nickel *.* 27.94 H rupee 500 silver, 500 copper, zinc and nickel Do.» Pure nickel 24. 13 yi rupee 500 silver, 5(X) copper, zinc and nickel Do.w 916^i silver, 83^V copper Do.w Pure nickel I 19.05 2 annas ** 916^^ silver, 83^ copper Do.» 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1 nickel iliiiiM Do.*» 75 copper, 25 nickel 1 anna 79 copF>er, 20 zinc, 1 nickel Do.*< 75 copper, 25 nickel.... anna U 79 copper, 20 zinc, 1 nickel . Do.« 75 copper, 25 nickel 2 pice 95.5 copper ,.3 tin, 1.5 zinc 1 pice 4.8599 1.9940 97 copper, 2.5 zinc. 0.5 tin Do do W1.336 l» 9.398 Do.w 95.5 copper, 3 tin,

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    Fixed Price Lists & Premium Paid for Lists of United States Coin Dealers 1822-1900, Volume I

    1/1/1988

    Highlight: INDIA COINS, 500 i" 'Vo yen- ol.l, . tUI !•■. with curiou.- ch.mu lets, twelve v .> ( c- ! tics, in fair condition, 65 cents; good condition, $1.00. ANCIENT ROMAN COINS f K- » ., » Fmpem, 1500 »•: i*ooyva;-- Id. ] <>. con- j dition, 25 cents, fail. 50 • cuts, good, correctly attrihuled, $i.oo. In Silver, $1.50 to $2.00. GERMAN SILVER and Nickel loins, twelve varieties, from the >i/e *riti-h Honduras. Hong Kong, India, Mexico. Papal State-, Peru. Russia, Spain. Turkey, etc., etc., most all very fine, post-paid, $i.oo. BARGAIN LOT. Ibvcnty-lix t varietio of » «>ppci < Joins in good condin.ui, pp., $1. We have Maximilian hollar--

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint

    /1961

    Highlight: 1953 India coins of all dencminations were demonetized. * Scalloped, 6 waves. CAMBODIA Denomination Coinage during year — number of pieces Gross weight in grams Composition (proportion of metals) Diameter in milli- meters Thick- ness in milli- meters 50 sen 3,198,400 3.8 31 2,43 20 sen 885,500 2.2 27 ?,05 10 sen 689,000 1.3 23 1.56 Total 4,772,900 Reported coinage French Government Xtint. Designations of monetary values were changed officially from PIASTRE to RIEL and from CENTIME to SEN by Law (Kram) No. 84-NS of March 26, 1956. CAMEROUN, REPUBLIC OF (See Africa, Equatorial)

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    Annual Report of the Director of the Mint

    /1962

    Highlight: 1953 India coins of all denominations were demonetized. * Scalloped, 6 waves. ’ Square coin with rounded comers. * Scalloped, 12 waves. •Does not Include 100 proof coin sets In cupronickel consisting of one coin of each denomination.

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    Catalogue of a Choice Collection ..., No. 37

    1/3/1893

    Highlight: two early India coins with elephant riders. Fair to very fine, but mostly good to fine. 75 pcs. 10.00. Claudius. A. D. 41. G. B. Handsome pea-green patination. 3.00. Very good. 1.50. Nero. A. D. 54. G. B. Very fine. Dark brown. 3.00. Trajan. A. D. 98. G. B. Very good. .75. Gordianus, Philip the Arab. G. B. Very good. Pair. .75. Julius Caesar. “ Caesar Diet.” M. B. Fine. 2.50. Augustus. B. C. 31. M. B. Good. .50. Claudius. A. D. 41. M. B. Fine. .60. Nero. A. D. 54. M. B. Very good. .50. Vespasian. A. D. 70. M. B. Very good. .50. Domitian. A. D. 81. M. B. Very good. .50. Nerva. A. D. 96. M. B. Very good. .50. Antonius Pius and Hadrian. M. B. Very good. Pair. .75. Byzantine. Cup-shaped copper. One of the finest and largest I have seen. 1.50. Fine. 1.00. Moslem coins of Irak, Mosul, Bagdad,

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    Ancient Gold, Silver and Copper Coins, No. 45

    1/11/1893

    Highlight: two early India coins with elephant riders. Fair to very fine, but mostly good to fine. 75 pcs. 10.00. Greek Bronze. Small to size 18, Curious lot, including pieces

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    NI Bulletin

    1/8/1969

    Highlight: Hogan Bengal is a general term used to list the copper coins of British- controlled Northwest India. Coins listed in Craig's "Coins of the World" under this heading were struck in several mints far from Bengal. Banaras and Farrukhabad were districts in the United Provinces, the latter being a few hundred r^es from Delhi. The last series of copper coins under this headrang were struck in even farther places, as we shall see. DENOMINATIONS : Craig uses a different system of denominations than are actually on some of the early coins. A more useful system for those collectors that do not have a set of scales on hand would be that used by W. H. Valentine in his "Copper Coins of India, Part I". The actual comparison of the two systems would be: Craig’s Pie = Valentine’s 1/2 Pai (als# called

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    NI Bulletin

    1/11/2006

    Highlight: NI Educational Programs Letters to the Editor Jean Elsen Coins of the Northern Provinces (Netherlands) and the Southern Provinces (Belgium) 222 Nupam Mahajan India: Coins of Mar athas 231 m 221 221 241 Membership Report The following person has applied for membership. Unless objections in writing are received by January 1, 2007 the membership is effective that day. 2687-MT Steven Mengler. Coin from every nation, state, city, etc. Low Countries, Germany and Italy. NI NI Educational Programs Numismatics International at the Denver ANA Numismatics International was represented by Howard A. Daniel III at the recent ANA Convention in Denver, Colorado. He set up a club table for NI, and for IBNS, Numismatic Bibliomania Society (NBS) and the Philippine Collectors Forum (PCF). The table was in an

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    NI Bulletin

    1/11/2006

    Highlight: India: Coins of Marathas Nupam Mahajan The Marathas were the single most formidable Hindu power which made a successful attempt for supremacy of the whole Indian subcontinent on decline of Mughals in the seventeenth century. The origin of Marathas can be traced back to the reign of Emperor Ashok who ruled in 2nd century BC. From deciphered rock edicts we know that he sent his missionaries to the Rashtrikas, the dwellers of Dandaka forest. These fierce independent minded people called themselves Maha-rashtrikas (Maha means great). In the course of time the country they occupied came to be know as Maharashtra (Maha means great, rashtra means country) and its people called themselves Marathas/Maharashtrians. It's not strictly correct to categorize the following dynasties into Marathas and som

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    NI Bulletin

    1/5/2010

    Highlight: some Ancient and a large of collection (not itemized) of India coins. Also US Proof sets and individual proof coins, both U.S. and foreign. Paper money of all kinds, including many expensive Afghanistan, Iraq, Iran and Europe and Asia. Send your want list to John Vandigriff, I will send you a list of what I have. Email: j ohnvan@tx.rr. com. 98

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 7, No.12

    1/12/1973

    Highlight: China and India) coins, as I am largely unfamiliar with these areas. Thank you very much. Philip H. Whitmore, 1028 Edgewater Court, Orlando, Florida $2804 : Information wanted. Guiness Book of World Records states, on page 366 : "Smallest. The smallest coins in the world were the gold 'pinhead' coins used in Colpata, southern India, in c. 1800, which weighed as little as one grain, or 480 to the troy ounce." I have contacted Spink; British Museum; Guiness Superlatives, Ltd.; B. A. Seaby, Ltd.; A.N.A.; A.N.S.; and others with no results. Please help. IMPORTANT NEWS For some months I have been corresponding with Ch'eng Wen Publishing Company in Taipei, Taiwan, which supplies all the reprints carried by Oriental Publications and Products in San Francisco (see February 1973 NI Bulletin). That

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 8, No.4

    1/4/1974

    Highlight: India coins available inquires from collectors dealers invited G.D. Agarwal, Flat No. 17,4, Dr Sundari Mohan Avenue, Calcutta 700-014 India. 1-2 insertions of same Ad, eight cents (8

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 8, No.11

    1/11/1974

    Highlight: Although the British India coins were accepted in theory but the Governments various ordinances could not preclude the powerful rulers from issuing coins within their domain. Only a few States like Dhar, Dewas (both branches) and Sailana agreed to get coins struck in the name of the British Monarch and in the case of Bikaner and Alwar the Imperial rupee was introduced during the minority of the respective rulers by the order of the British Political Agent. 339

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 10, No.2

    1/2/1976

    Highlight: India -- (Coins & Paper of Portuguese India) 1230 Tong Yeu Wan, 8807 Brierly Road, Chevy Chase, Md„ 20015 (Canada, S.E.Asia, Philippines) 1231- MT Michael Dennis Prickett, 2053 Sky Farm Drive, Vicksburg, Miss. 39l80 -- (Lebanon, Syria, Arabic) 1232- MT Kristian Stockmann, Grundvagen 19 A 8 , OO 33 O Helsingfors 33* Finland — (Ottoman Coins) 1233- MT Isaac I. Kahn, M. D., 5799 Colerain Ave., Cincinnati, Ohio 45239 -- (World Coins Pre-1930) Regular Membership Converted to Life Membership : O 378 -MT Verne R. Walrafen, 1130 East 35th Terrace, Topeka, Kansas (LM-5) 66605 -- (Mexico & South America) Correction to Previously Listed Application: 1209 - MT David Roy Green, Box 464, Madison, N. J. 07940 Deceased: ll4l Heinz Dreuw, 4330 Mulheim-Ruhr, Ludwig-Bender-Str . 59> West Germany 0716 Kurt

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    Calcoin News, vol. 27, no. 3

    1/6/1973

    Highlight: Lunawada also issued its own currency which was a legal tender along with the British India coins. The coins are mostly available in rather imperfect square or oblong shapes. They bear on the obverse side the imprint of a lion with a straight sword below it, with the name of the State (Lunawada) in Gujarati script. On the reverse side, the name of the ruler, Maharana Wakhat Singhji, is written in Gujarati or simply as (M.W.S.) the initials of the Maharana. The Lion and the sword motif has a tale of trial and strength behind it. The local people fondly tell you that Maharana Wakhat Singhji was a strong man. He demonstrated his physical strength by publicly fighting a lion on festive days and killing it by tearing apart its jaws with his bare hands. Thus the lion and the sword depict this

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 29, No.7

    1/7/1994

    Highlight: the sun-face reappears on the silver coins of another Maratha State in Central India - coins of Malhamagar (Indore) issued during the reign of Ahilya Bai Holkar, and continues subsequently (Fig. 3). 5 159

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 21, No.9

    1/9/1987

    Highlight: India (Coins of Akbar, Jahangir, Maratha Confederacy, Sultans of India, and Medals of Indian Princely States) 2235- MT Barbara Betty, 13285 N. Walton Road, Pocatello, Idaho 83202 (World Types 2236- MT Wallace Widtman, 10206 Best Dr., Dallas, Texas 75229 (Ancient Greek & Roman, Mexico, England, Austria) **■*■*■* LIBRARIAN'S REPO RT I. Acknowledgement is made below to those who have donated material to the NI Library. The Author PG70. SchJ : 1987 :GT SCHIMMEL, JERRY F. German Tokens , Part 1 3 Germany Pub. 1987, 84pp, illus. Tom Hi gel BB50.AntJ : 1 983 : CGC ANTHONY, JOHN Collecting Greek Coins Pub. 1983, 301 pp , illus. JG50.WinH : 1976 :GMDDR WINTER, H. Gedenk-munzen dev Deutschen Demokratischen Republik Pub. 1972, 48pp , illus. Robert Plem mons JB63. KenR:R970 :GCE 203

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 34, No.2

    1/2/1999

    Highlight: but ever since Swami Dayatmananda told me that in India coins could be copied as amulets simply because they were old, I have begun to look at it as potentially more interesting than just a poor dud. Much less problematical is the piece shown in Fig. 5 (actual size), which is a copy in silver of a silver tetradrachm of King Lykkeios of Paeonia (8). This again appears not to be a cast copy of a genuine coin, as an examination of the obverse bust shows, but more than this, its integral mount means that it was made to be worn, and not to grace the cabinet of some unfortunate coin collector. But is it amuletic or just jewellery? We can all too easily imagine the symbol of Hercules wrestling with a lion as an amuletic symbol of strength, but really, is this piece any more amuletic than the othe

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 12, No.7

    1/7/1978

    Highlight: but there are always quite a number in any unpicked lot of South India coins. To get a set of these is quite challenging. At least four other types are known - a deer, an elephant, a lion left foot raised, and a battle axe. Some reverses have legends rather than the lattice work. Although Haidar ruled 1761-82, he issued only a large copper paisa (A.H. 1195-96) and a number of small gold coins called fanams and pagodas. Many forgeries (or jeweller issues) of the former exist. Haidar was reasonably Haidar Ali Paisa (C50) tolerant of his Hindu subjects, and so almost certainly either continued some of the types of his predecessors, or was content with using other gold and copper currencies which circulated in the state. This was a very common practice in the Indian Native States, and one whic

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 14, No.5

    1/5/1980

    Highlight: South India, coins were struck with a mystery word liayili appearing in the legends in both Kannada and English. No one knows for sure what meaning the word was Intended to convey. It appears on the silver fanam as ’H-kiyili hana‘' and similarly on the smaller fractional denominations (1/8 and 1/16) of the silver rupee. On the copper coins it appears as "Mayili kasu" in Kannada and as MILAY CASH or more often as MEILEE CASH in English. (For an example, see the 20 Cash piece, Craig //193). In Kannada, mayiZi can mean thin, or dirty, or small-pox, but none of these meanings applies to the coins. The most reasonable speculation by the experts is that Mayisur (Mysore) was contracted to Mayi-, and the locative suffix li added, to mean struck "in Mysore". But this is just speculation. 141

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