East India Company Murshidabad Mohur 12.37 gms, 26.62 mm, It has oblique milling, The coin has a 24 Carat (.996% Gold content) Gold Purity. Struck In the Name Of the ruler Shah Alam II AH 1202 RY 19, Murshidabad Mint. The Obverse of the coin reads “Sikka zad bar haft kishwar saya fazle ilah, hami din Muhammad Shah Alam Badshah 1202”, meaning the Defender of the religion of Muhammad, Shah’ Alam Emperor, Shadow of the divine favour, put his stamp on the seven climes, 1202 AH (1788 AD). The Reverse reads as “Zarb Murshidabad, sanah 19 julus & maimanat manus,” which means that the coin was struck at Murshidabad in the 19th Year of his reign of tranquil prosperity. References : KM # 103.1, Stevens # 4.3, Prid # 62, G 761
Metal : Gold
Weight : 12.37 Grams
Diameter : 26.62 Millimeter
100 % Original Coin.Condition as per Scan Photo / Scan.
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