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OLD PERSIAN COPPER COIN

Old Persian copper coin See the image for more details   THIS IS THE PICTURE OF THE ITEM TO BE SOLD, YOU WILL GET WHAT YOU SEE. Combined Shipping Discounts provided for all items listed
India

₹ 119.000

OLD PERSIAN SAFAVID COPPER COIN

Old Persian Safavid copper coin See the image for more details   THIS IS THE PICTURE OF THE ITEM TO BE SOLD, YOU WILL GET WHAT YOU SEE. Combined Shipping Discounts provided for all items listed
India

₹ 69.000

250 YEARS OLD GOLD COIN OF KERALA (TRAVANCORE) KINGDOM TYPE

250 Years Old Gold Coin of Kerala (Travancore) Kingdom Type 5 Features: Country Indian princely states (Kerala Travancore) Value 1 Fanam (1/7 Rupee) Metal Gold Weight 0.40 g Diameter 8 mm Shape Round - irregular. Period Struck: Between . AD. Demonetized yes. Type: Type 5. Details: Various gold coins or fanams were current in Travancore before the nineteenth century, the oldest, known as the rasi, also has a shankhu or conch shell on the obverse, and is closely allied to the "Vlra raya " fanams of Calicut. During the eighteenth century the copper coinage of Travancore was known as the "Anantan kasu "; on the obverse was a five-headed cobra, and on the reverse the value of the coin, one, two, four or eight "cash " written in Tamil. In the years and the Moplah chief of Kannur, 'Ali Raja, struck double silver and gold fanams with Persian inscriptions, recording his name and the date. During the Mysore rule, the Tipu fanam versions started around .Silver double rupees & Paisas were also stuck. These paisas had the picture of an elephant (Those interested may please refer the book - The coins of Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan By J. R. (John Robertson) Henderson for details). I AM RAMESH FROM T.NAGAR, PLEASE RING ME AT TO GET IT. I SHALL ALSO SHIP BY SPEEDPOST OUTSIDE CHENNAI. YOU MAY ALSO COLLECT FROM MY HOME OR ELSE WE SHALL MEET IN ANY PLACE WHICH IS FLEXIBLE FOR BOTH OF US AND COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION.
India

₹ 1.850

250 YEARS OLD GOLD COIN OF KERALA (TRAVANCORE) KINGDOM TYPE

250 Years Old Gold Coin of Kerala (Travancore) Kingdom Type 2 Features: Country Indian princely states (Kerala Travancore) Value 1 Fanam (1/7 Rupee) Metal Gold Weight 0.40 g Diameter 8 mm Shape Round - irregular. Period Struck: Between . AD. Demonetized yes. Type: Type 2. Details: Various gold coins or fanams were current in Travancore before the nineteenth century, the oldest, known as the rasi, also has a shankhu or conch shell on the obverse, and is closely allied to the "Vlra raya " fanams of Calicut. During the eighteenth century the copper coinage of Travancore was known as the "Anantan kasu "; on the obverse was a five-headed cobra, and on the reverse the value of the coin, one, two, four or eight "cash " written in Tamil. In the years and the Moplah chief of Kannur, 'Ali Raja, struck double silver and gold fanams with Persian inscriptions, recording his name and the date. During the Mysore rule, the Tipu fanam versions started around .Silver double rupees & Paisas were also stuck. These paisas had the picture of an elephant (Those interested may please refer the book - The coins of Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan By J. R. (John Robertson) Henderson for details). I AM RAMESH FROM T.NAGAR, PLEASE RING ME AT TO GET IT. I SHALL ALSO SHIP BY SPEEDPOST OUTSIDE CHENNAI. YOU MAY ALSO COLLECT FROM MY HOME OR ELSE WE SHALL MEET IN ANY PLACE WHICH IS FLEXIBLE FOR BOTH OF US AND COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION.
India

250 YEARS OLD GOLD COIN OF KERALA (TRAVANCORE) KINGDOM TYPE

250 Years Old Gold Coin of Kerala (Travancore) Kingdom Type 4 Features: Country Indian princely states (Kerala Travancore) Value 1 Fanam (1/7 Rupee) Metal Gold Weight 0.40 g Diameter 8 mm Shape Round - irregular. Period Struck: Between . AD. Demonetized yes. Type: Type 2. Details: Various gold coins or fanams were current in Travancore before the nineteenth century, the oldest, known as the rasi, also has a shankhu or conch shell on the obverse, and is closely allied to the "Vlra raya " fanams of Calicut. During the eighteenth century the copper coinage of Travancore was known as the "Anantan kasu "; on the obverse was a five-headed cobra, and on the reverse the value of the coin, one, two, four or eight "cash " written in Tamil. In the years and the Moplah chief of Kannur, 'Ali Raja, struck double silver and gold fanams with Persian inscriptions, recording his name and the date. During the Mysore rule, the Tipu fanam versions started around .Silver double rupees & Paisas were also stuck. These paisas had the picture of an elephant (Those interested may please refer the book - The coins of Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan By J. R. (John Robertson) Henderson for details). I AM RAMESH FROM T.NAGAR, PLEASE RING ME AT TO GET IT. I SHALL ALSO SHIP BY SPEEDPOST OUTSIDE CHENNAI. YOU MAY ALSO COLLECT FROM MY HOME OR ELSE WE SHALL MEET IN ANY PLACE WHICH IS FLEXIBLE FOR BOTH OF US AND COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION.
India

₹ 1.850

250 YEARS OLD GOLD COIN OF KERALA (TRAVANCORE) KINGDOM TYPE

250 Years Old Gold Coin of Kerala (Travancore) Kingdom Type 3 Features: Country Indian princely states (Kerala Travancore) Value 1 Fanam (1/7 Rupee) Metal Gold Weight 0.40 g Diameter 8 mm Shape Round - irregular. Period Struck: Between . AD. Demonetized yes. Type: Type 2. Details: Various gold coins or fanams were current in Travancore before the nineteenth century, the oldest, known as the rasi, also has a shankhu or conch shell on the obverse, and is closely allied to the "Vlra raya " fanams of Calicut. During the eighteenth century the copper coinage of Travancore was known as the "Anantan kasu "; on the obverse was a five-headed cobra, and on the reverse the value of the coin, one, two, four or eight "cash " written in Tamil. In the years and the Moplah chief of Kannur, 'Ali Raja, struck double silver and gold fanams with Persian inscriptions, recording his name and the date. During the Mysore rule, the Tipu fanam versions started around .Silver double rupees & Paisas were also stuck. These paisas had the picture of an elephant (Those interested may please refer the book - The coins of Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan By J. R. (John Robertson) Henderson for details). I AM RAMESH FROM T.NAGAR, PLEASE RING ME AT TO GET IT. I SHALL ALSO SHIP BY SPEEDPOST OUTSIDE CHENNAI. YOU MAY ALSO COLLECT FROM MY HOME OR ELSE WE SHALL MEET IN ANY PLACE WHICH IS FLEXIBLE FOR BOTH OF US AND COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION.
India

₹ 1.850

250 YEARS OLD GOLD COIN OF KERALA (TRAVANCORE) TYPE 1

Features: Country Indian princely states (Kerala Travancore) Value 1 Fanam (1/7 Rupee) Metal Gold Weight 0.35 g Diameter 8 mm Shape Round - irregular Demonetized yes. Type: Type 1. Details: Various gold fanams were current in Travancore before the nineteenth century, the oldest, known as the rasi, also has a shankhu or conch shell on the obverse, and is closely allied to the "Vlra raya " fanams of Calicut. During the eighteenth century the copper coinage of Travancore was known as the "Anantan kasu "; on the obverse was a five-headed cobra, and on the reverse the value of the coin, one, two, four or eight "cash " written in Tamil. In the years and the Moplah chief of Kannur, 'Ali Raja, struck double silver and gold fanams with Persian inscriptions, recording his name and the date. During the Mysore rule, the Tipu fanam versions started around .Silver double rupees & Paisas were also stuck. These paisas had the picture of an elephant (Those interested may please refer the book - The coins of Haidar Ali and Tipu Sultan By J. R. (John Robertson) Henderson for details). I AM RAMESH FROM T.NAGAR, PLEASE RING ME AT TO GET IT. I SHALL ALSO SHIP BY SPEEDPOST OUTSIDE CHENNAI. YOU MAY ALSO COLLECT FROM MY HOME OR ELSE WE SHALL MEET IN ANY PLACE WHICH IS FLEXIBLE FOR BOTH OF US AND COMPLETE THE TRANSACTION.
India

₹ 1.850


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