BRITISH INDIA, BOMBAY PRESIDENCY: Silver rupee in the name of Ahmad Shah Bahadur (1748-1754), Munbai, RY 3. RARE + CHOICE!

Ancient Coins - BRITISH INDIA, BOMBAY PRESIDENCY: Silver rupee in the name of Ahmad Shah Bahadur (1748-1754), Munbai, RY 3. RARE + CHOICE!
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Obverse Legend, naming Ahmad Shah Bahadur, AH date off flan
Reverse Legend, including mint name Munbai, mintmark 5-petalled flower with stem and regnal year 3
Date RY 3 (= AH 1164 = 1751-52 CE)
Weight 11.54 gm.
Diameter 21-22 mm.
Die axis 10 o'clock
Reference Pridmore ---, KM 168
Comments The Mughal style coinage was commenced in Bombay in 1717. The five-petalled flower with stem became the mintmark for Bombay in 1735, during the reign of Muhammad Shah, and was continued in the reigns of Ahmad Shah Bahadur and 'Alamgir II. This coin is a RARE type, UNLISTED in Pridmore, and in CHOICE condition.
Price SKU: M2922.09
US$ 125.00
  • € 104.71
  • £ 89.56
  • AUD 165.06
  • CHF 114.40
  • CAD 154.12

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