The Uniform Coinage of India 1835 to 1947

The introductory material on denominations, reverse types, mints, mintmarks and dating presents a useful background, as do the succinct biographical details that precede the listing of coins issued by emperors and members of the imperial ...

Author: Paul Stevens

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ISBN: 1907427236

Category: Coins, Indic

Page: 360

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This catalogue provides an authoritative guide to the different major coinages of William IV, Victoria, Edward VII, George V and George VI, with detailed colour illustrations of each coin. This work is based upon that of Major Pridmore (The Coins of the British Commonwealth of Nations. Part 4 India) and has been authored by Dr Paul Stevens and Randy Weir. The authors aim to share their wealth of knowledge, experience and passion for these coins with collectors both old and new.
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Nineteenth Twentieth Century Coins of India

British India and Post-independence Period Dipak Chakravarty ... A peculiar feature noticeable in the first issues of uniform coinage for British India is ...

Author: Dipak Chakravarty

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ISBN: UOM:39015066331623

Category: Coins, Indic

Page: 122

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Author: Fred Pridmore

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ISBN: OCLC:492030862

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Page: 245

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Legends of Travancore A Numismatic Heritage

When the Republic of India started issuing its own uniform coinage, the minting of the Travancore State coins was initially stopped and later totally ...

Author: Joseph Thomas

Publisher: Manipal Universal Press

ISBN: 9789382460244

Category: History

Page: 268

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The Kingdom of Travancore in the Southern part of India was a native state in British India which was well known for its progressive outlook. Its enlightened royalty ruled the country as Sree Padmanabha Dasa. They had in place a well oiled administrative mechanism that implemented various programs and reforms, resulting in an overall development of Travancore. Though Travancore was under the colonial rulers, there was a well-orchestrated administrative machinery for coinage. Coins were minted as per the specifications ordered by the periodically issued Royal Proclamations. It is creditable that Travancore retained its independence in its functioning to a large extent. This book is an insight into the coins of Modern Travancore (from 1729 AD) which not only reflects the religious beliefs of the rulers, but also sketches the socio-political atmosphere of the period.
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Nineteenth Twentieth Century Coins of India 1979

Table 2.2 : Uniform Coinage of East India Company WILLIAM IV 4 f rupee ( 1835 ) ( b ) ' F ' incuse ( iii ) Rev. III ( L.11 / R.9 ) * * Signify the number of ...

Author: Dipak Chakravarty

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ISBN: UVA:X001462206

Category: Coins, Indic

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Singapore Coin Auction

Pr Pridmore, ¥., The Coins of the British Commonwealth of Nations, Part 4, vol. 2. Uniform Coinage, East India Company, 1835-58, Imperial Period, 1858-1947, ...

Author: Spink & Son

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ISBN: UOM:39015062474450

Category: Coins

Page: 96

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Wages and Currency

Stahl , Alan M. , The Venetian Tornesello : A Medieval Colonial Coinage ... as Part of the Uniform Coinage of British India ” , Oriental Numismatic Society ...

Author: Jan Lucassen

Publisher: Peter Lang

ISBN: 3039107828

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 474

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The basic hypothesis of this volume is that currency patterns may tell us something about the spread of wage payments in specific societies in history. The book discusses the relationship between wages and currency, with reference to different countries and regions in Europe, Asia and South America over more than 2000 years.
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The Economic History Of India Vol I

... that at the period of which we are speaking in this chapter India did not yet possess a uniform currency. The silver coin in Calcutta was the Sicca ...

Author: ROMESH CHUNDER DUTT

Publisher: Publications Division Ministry of Information & Broadcasting

ISBN: 9788123025735

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This is first of the two volumes of the Economic History of India, by ROMESH CHUNDER DUTT who undoubtedly was one of the great figures of his generation in India. Taken together, the two volumes cover the entire period of British rule in India,—from the battle of Plassey in 1757 to the commencement of the 20th century. No history of the people of India, of their trades, industries, and agriculture, and of their economic condition under British administration, has been compiled till then.
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The Economic History of India Under Early British Rule

... that at the period of which we are speaking in this chapter India did not yet possess a uniform currency . The silver coin in Calcutta was the Sicca ...

Author: Romesh Chunder Dutt

Publisher: Psychology Press

ISBN: 0415244935

Category: Social Science

Page: 464

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First published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
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