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Oswal Antiques’ Auctioneer of Coins, Bank Notes and Medals

Auction No. 24

4th June 2011 - Coimbatore


Oswal Antiques’

AUCTIONS Auctioneer of Coins, Bank Notes and Medals Antiques License No. 15

Auction No. 24 On

High-lights of the Auction

Saturday, 4th June 2011 Jyeshtha Shukla 3, VS 2067; Jain Vir Samvat 2537 3 Rajab, AH 1432

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Hoysalas, Gold, Fanam, Garuda standing on obv, a fish representing the Fish Incarnation of Lord Vishnu

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Hoysalas, Gold, Fanam, stylized tiger on obv, Lord Vishnu holding a Conch Shell

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Bala Rama Verma I, Gold, ½ Chuckram

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Tin, Double Pice, 28.8 g, BOMB written below a large Crown on obv

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Silver, 5 Fanams, 1st Series, ND, 1807

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Arkat Mint, Silver, ½ Rupee, in the name of Alamgir II, AH 1172/6, First Issue

6.00 pm onwards

in Conjunction with

Coimbatore Coin Exhibition 2011 Organized by the

Coimbatore Coin Society At Shri Coimbatore Gujarati Samaj, 500 Mettupalayam Road, Coimbatore

123 George V, Silver, ½ Rupee, 1911, Pig type issue 146 1962, UNC Set of Regular 7 Coins, Bombay Mint (RB# 5) 198 Viceroy of India & Governor General Presentation Medal st

218 George V, Rs. 10, Type 6A, 1 Issue, Big Green, Sign A C Macwatters 224 George V, Rs. 100, Type 10.3, Prefix T/26, Sign J W Kelly, Calcutta

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225 George V, Rs. 100, Type 10.2, Sign J B Taylor, Calcutta 226 George VI, Pack of 100 of all Re. 1, Sign C E Jones, issue of 1944


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Ancient Coins

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Sangam Cheras, Copper, square, a group of symbols on obv with bow and arrow, elephant an ankush, uninscribed, a bow and arrow on rev. About Extremely Fine for the type, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

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Sangam Cheras, Copper, a royal elephant standing to right with a few symbols on top on obv, the traditional bow and an arrow on rev. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-2,000

Coins of Hindu Medieval India

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Hoysalas, Gold, Fanam, Garuda standing on obv, a fish representing the Fish Incarnation of Lord Vishnu on rev. Probably Unpublished, About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 13,000-15,000

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Hoysalas, Gold, Fanam, stylized tiger on obv, a beautiful fish on rev. Probably Unpublished, About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 13,000-15,000

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Hoysalas, Gold, Fanam, stylized tiger on obv, Lord Vishnu holding a Conch Shell (Shankha) on rev. Probably Unpublished, About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 13,000-15,000

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Hoysalas, Gold, Fanam, a beautiful lion roaring to right on obv, a crude form of a temple on rev. Probably Unpublished, About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

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Cholas, Gold, Fanam, fish and tiger emblem on obv, Tamil legend on rev. About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 18,000-20,000

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Vijayanagar Empire, Achyutaraya, Gold, Pagoda, Gandabheranda (double-headed eagle) on obv, Nagari legend on rev. Fine+. Estimate: ` 9,000-10,000 3


Sultanate Coins

Gulbarga Sultanate 9

Taj ud din Firoz Shah, Silver, Tanka, Ahsanabad Mint, AH 718. Test marks, About Very Fine. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,200

Mughal Coins 10

Akbar, Copper, Tanka (Double Dam), Bairata Mint, Ilahi 44, Farwardi Month. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

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Jahangir, Silver, Zodiac Rupee, Cancer Sign, Ahmedabad Mint, AH 1027. A small scratch across obv, Fine+ Rare. Estimate: ` 30,000-32,000

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Shah Jahan, Silver, Rupee, Shahjahanabad Mint, RY 29, circular areas type on both sides. About Very Fine. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

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Aurangzeb, Silver, Rupee, Jahangirnagar Mint, AH 1082/15, square-areas type on both sides. About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

14

Muhammad Shah, Silver, Rupee, Lahore Mint with mint epithet, RY 2. Mint name in second line on rev (KM 436.40). Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

Independent Kingdoms Marathas

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Akbarabad Mint, Copper (2), Paisa, with a fish symbol on rev, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1198 (MW# T3), Fine+; ½ Paisa, with a pistol mint mark, in the name of Shah Alam II (MW# 4). Fine. Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 4


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Shahjahanabad Mint, Silver, Rupee, in the name of Muhammad Akabr II, Sahib qiran type, mint name at top on rev, RY 37. About Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

Mysore 17

Tipu Sultan, Copper, Double Paisa, Patan Mint, AM 1225, Persian Be above the elephant to right type (KM 124.7). Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 7,000-8,000

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Tipu Sultan, Copper (2), Paisa, Kalicut Mint, AH 1197 and 1199, two different varieties with the rev legend but both have elephant walking to right type on obv. Fine+, Rare. 2 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

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Tipu Sultan, Copper (3), Paisa, Patan Mint (2), Farruki Mint, various dates. Fine+ to About Very Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

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Tipu Sultan, Copper (9), Âź Paisa, assorted lot of numerous mints and varieties. Fine+ to Very Fine, Scarce. 9 coins Estimate: ` 2,300-2,500

21 Tipu Sultan, Copper, 1/8 Paisa, Bangalore Mint, elephant to left with the date AM 1218, mint name on rev. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 5


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Sikhs 22

Ranjit Singh, Silver Rupee, Amritsar Mint, VS 1884. About Very Fine, Scarce Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

Princely States Alwar Bikaner 23

Silver (2), Rupee, 1882, Calcutta Mint, 1892, Bombay Mint, with the name of and portrait of Victoria Empress (PR# 998, 1003). Very Fine to Extremely Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Baroda 24

Silver (2), Anand Rao, Ahmedabad Mint, Gaa initial, Ankushi Rupee; Sayaji Rao II, Baroda mint, Rupee. Very Fine. 2 coins Estimate: ` 1,500-2,000

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Sayaji Rao III, Silver, 4 Annas, Broad flan type, VS 1949 (KM 35). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

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Sayaji Rao III, Copper (10), 1 Paisa, Thick flan type, VS 1941 to 1947; Thin flan type, 1949-1950. Fine+ to very Fine. 10 coins Estimate: ` 1,000-1,200

Bhopal 27

Shah Jahan Begum, Copper (2), ½ Paisa and Double Paisa. Bhopal Mint. Fine+, 2 coins Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

Bikaner 28

Copper, Âź Anna, with the name and portrait of Victoria Empress, Bombay Mint, 1893. About Extremely Fine. Estimate: ` 800-1,000

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Gangasingh, Silver, Nazarana Rupee, VS 1994, issued to commemorate Golden Jubilee of his reign, portrait on obv, Nagari legend and monogram on rev. Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

30

Silver (2), Rupee, 1892 & 1897, Bombay Mint, with the name of and portrait of Victoria Empress (PR# 1003, 1005). Very Fine+, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Bindraban 31

Shahjahanabad Mint, Copper, Paisa, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1209, fish as a mint mark on rev. Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Cananore 32

Ali Rajas, Silver 1/5 Rupee, AH 1197 with the digit 9 written in such a style that it appears to be 4, written in English. Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Cochin 33

Silver (2), Putin and 2 Putins, goddess on obv (KM 5, 2). About Very Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 7


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Gwalior 34

Jayaji Rao, Silver, Rupee, Ujjain Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II but the RY of the British Raj, AH 119x/20 (KM 238). Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,200-1,300

Hyderabad 35

Mir Mahbub Ali Khan II, Silver, Rupee, AH 1328/43, Charminar type, partly Lakhi at top on rev. Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

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Mir Mahbub Ali Khan II, Silver (4), Set of 4 coins, Rupee, ½, ¼ and 1/8 Rupee, Charminar type. All different dates, Very Fine. 4 coins Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

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Mir Usman Ali Khan, Silver (4), Set of 4 coins, Rupee, ½, ¼ and 1/8 Rupee, Charminar type. All different dates, Very Fine+. 4 coins Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

Indore 38

Shivaji Rao, Copper, ¼ Anna, VS 1943, bull to left on obv, Nagari legend retrograde within floral design on rev (KM 32.2). Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Jodhpur 39

Baldat Merta Mint, Silver, Rupee, in the name of Muhammad Akbar II, AH 1222, date not listed. Very Fine+, Very Rare. Its an early issue of the Jodhpur State with the name of Muhammad Akbar II are very Rare.

Estimate: ` 18,000-20,000 40

Silver, ¼ Rupee, Shri Mataji type, Nagari initial ma on rev, Jodhpur Mint. About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

Kutch 41

Khengarji III, Silver (2), 5 Koris, with the name of George V, VS 1987, AD 1931, Bhuj Mint, inscription on the edge. About UNC. 2 coins Estimate: ` 2,200-2,500

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Khengarji III, Silver (2), 5 Koris, with the name of George V, VS 1990, AD 1934, Bhuj Mint, inscription on the edge. About UNC. 2 coins Estimate: ` 2,200-2,500

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Khengarji III, Silver (4), Set of 4: 5 Kori, 2½ Kori 1 Kori and ½ Kori, with the names of George V & VI. Very Fine+. 4 coins Estimate: ` 3,200-3,500

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Khengarji III, Silver (9), Kori, various date combinations (Shah# 231.1, 2, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14 & 15). Very Fine+ to AU. 9 coins Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 9


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Mewar 45

Dosti Landhan Swaroopshahi Issues, Silver (5) Set of 5 pcs., Rupee, ½ Rupee, ¼ Rupee, 1/8 Rupee and 1/16 Rupee. Udaipur Mint, VS1985, AD 1928, milled issues, Calcutta Mint. About Extremely Fine. 5 coins Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

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Dosti Landhan Swaroopshahi Issues (8), Silver, Set of 5 pcs., Rupee, ½ Rupee, ¼ Rupee, 1/8 Rupee and 1/16 Rupee. Udaipur Mint, VS1985, AD 1928, milled issues, Calcutta Mint; Copper (3), ¼ ,½ and 1 Anna and. Very Fine+ to About Extremely Fine. 8 coins Estimate: ` 2,200-2,500

Rajkot 47

Dharmendrasingh, Silver, Mohur, VS 1945, Restrike UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

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Dharmendrasingh, Silver, Mohur, VS 1945, Restrike, About UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,800

Travancore 49

Bala Rama Verma I, Gold, ½ Chuckram, ND, AD 1800-1860 (KM 5). About Extremely Fine, Very rare. Estimate: ` 35,000-38,000

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Bala Rama Verma II, Silver, Anantaraya (2 Fanams), ND, 1800-1860, star on obv (cf KM 3). Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

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Rama Verma, Silver, ½ Rupee, 1106, milled, UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

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Rama Verma, Silver (3), ¼ Rupee, Fanam (2). Fine+ to Very Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

Indo-Danish 53

Silver, 2 Royalinear (2 Fano or 2 Fanams), Chritian VII, 1774 (KM 171). Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

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Frederik VI, Copper (2), Kas, 1834, 1838 (KM 159.1). Very Fine+ for the type. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

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Lead, Cash, crown on obv, arms on rev. Very Fine for the type, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

Indo-Dutch 56

Copper, Rasi, Cochin mint, struck for trade with Muscat (KM 5). Fine+, Rare. Estimate: ` 12,000-15,000

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Copper, Cash, VOC on obv, Tamil script reads, Negapatam on rev. Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

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Tin, Cash, VOC monogram on obv, motif on rev. Very Fine+ for the type, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-2,000 11


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Indo-French 59

Silver, 2 Fanon, 1837, rooster/cock on obv, and an ornamented crown on rev (KM 55). About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

60

Silver, Fanom, 1/5 Rupee, Pondicherry Mint, P in English on rev. Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

Indo-Portuguese 61

Goa, Republic Issues, Nickel, 3 Escudos, Proof, 1959, with PROVA counter-marked on rev. Proof, Rare. Estimate: ` 7,000-8,000

62

Silver (6), Uma (1) Rupia, 1881, 1882, 1903, 1904, 1912 and 1935. Very Fine to Very Fine+, rare as a set of 6 coins Estimate: ` 9,000-10,000

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Silver (2), Uma (1) Rupia, 1912, numeral 2 is re-engraved on 1 of 1911. Very Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

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Carlos I, Silver (3), Uma (1) Rupia, 1903 (2) and 1904. Very Fine to Very Fine+, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000

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Silver, Uma (1) Rupia, 1935. About UNC, rare. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

East India Company Bengal Presidency 66

Murshidabad Mint, Silver, Rupee, in the name of Shah Alam II, issued from the Murshidabad Mint, with a privy mark in the second circle of dots on obv, RY 19, oblique milling. Very Fine, rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

East India Company Bombay Presidency 67

Mumbai Mint, Silver, ½ Rupee, in the name of Shah Jahan II, mint name off flan, a small counter-mark on rev. About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

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Tin, Double Pice, 28.8 g, BOMB written below a large Crown on bv, legend AUSPCIO / REGIS ET / SENATUS / ANGLIAR on rev (KM 157.2). About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

69

Konkan issues, Copper (2), Pice and ½ Pice, issues of a local southern Konkan mint (KM 226, 225). Very Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

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Surat Mint, Silver (3), Rupee, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1215/46, plain edge. Very Fine+, Scarce 3 coins Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

East India Company Madras Presidency 71

3-Svami Pagoda, Gold, 3.46 g, thee human figures, namely Tirupati Balaji in the centre and flanked by his wives Shri Devi and Bhu Devi on obv; granulated rev, ND, issue of 17040-1807, (KM# 304). About Extremely Fine. Estimate: ` 11,000-12,000 13


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Gold, 1-Svami Pagoda, c. AD 1678-1740, Pagoda, 3.4 g, a single Svami standing on obv, granulation on rev (KM# 288, Mitchiner 1998 # 839). Probably issued by the pageant kings or European traders. About Extremely Fine. Rare. Estimate: ` 10,000-11,000

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¼ Pagoda, Silver, Vishnu type, with 9 stars on the either side of the Go Puram on rev, oblique milling, First Issue, empty buckle type (KM 343). About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 22,000-25,000

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¼ Pagoda, Silver, Vishnu type, with 9 stars on the either side of the Go Puram on rev, oblique milling. About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 12,000-15,000

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Silver, 5 Fanams, 1st Series, ND, 1807, legend in 2 languages on obv.; English and Urdu legends on rev. (KM 342). Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 35,000-40,000

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Arkat Mint, Silver, ½ Rupee, in the name of Alamgir II, AH 1172/6, Open Lotus mint mark, oblique milling. Minted at Calcutta Mint, First Issue of 1807 (KM 401). About Very Fine, Extremely Rare. Estimate: ` 60,000-65,000

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Arkat Mint, Silver (3), Rupee, in the name of Alamgir II, AH 1172/6, closed Lotus (2) & Open lotus type. Very Fine+, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

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XL (40) Cash, 1807, undated, bilingual legend on obv, Persian and English legends on rev, dots and stars on rev (Prid 218). Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 30,000-32,000

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XX (20) Cash, 1808, Company Arms on obv, Persian and English legends on rev, heavy issue (KM 321). Proof with luster, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 15,000-16,000

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Copper (2), X and XX Cash, 1808 issues, arms of the Company on obv, Persian and English legend on rev. Fine+. 2 coins Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

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Copper, I (1) Cash, lion on obv, 1807, legend in Urdu and English on rev. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

East India Company Uniform Coinage 82

William IV, Silver (3), Set of 3: Rupee, ½ Rupee and 1.4 Rupee, 1835, without initials. About Very Fine, Rare. 3 coins Estimate: ` 13,000-14,000

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William IV, Silver (2), Rupee, 1835, F incused and without initials at truncation. Very Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

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William IV, Silver (3), Rupee, 1835, F Incused, rev I, 19 berries and 2 leaves; second F raised, rev 19 berries and 2 leaves; and no initials on the third coin, with 20 berries Bud leaves. Fine+ to About Very Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 8,500-9,000

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William IV, Silver (3), Rupee, 1835, first and second - F Incused, rev II, 19 berries and 2 leaves; the third has F raised, rev 19 berries and 2 leaves. About Very Fine to Very Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 8,500-9,000 15


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William IV and Victoria Queen, Silver (2), Rupee, 1835, RS incused, Calcutta Mint; 1840, Continous legend, English Head (Short Neck), 19 berries with crescent. About Very fine to Very Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000

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Victoria Queen, Silver (4), Rupee, Divided Legend, 1840, WW raised. Very Fine, scarce. 4 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

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Victoria Queen, Silver, Rupee, Dot Rupee, 1862, 0/10 Dots, Bombay Mint. About UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

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Victoria Queen, Silver, Rupee, Dot Rupee, 1862, A/II/0/11 Dots, with the 11 Dot below the 9th dot on rev. Bombay Mint. About extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000

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Victoria Queen, Silver, Rupee (3), Dot Rupee, 1862, A/II/0/7 Dots (2), one with a crescent; A/II/0/10 Dots. Bombay Mint. About extremely Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

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Victoria Queen, Silver (4), Set of 4: Rupee, ½ , ¼ Rupee and 2 Annas, Divided legend type, 1840, 1840, 1840, and 1841. Fine+ to Very Fine, Scarce. 4 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

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Victoria Queen, Silver (4), Set of 4: Rupee, ½ , ¼ Rupee and 2 Annas, 1862. Very Fine+, Scarce. 4 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-7,000

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Victoria Queen, Silver (4), Set of 4: Rupee S incused, ½ Rupee, no initials, ¼ Rupee - S incused and 2 Annas - S incused, Continous legend type, 1840, 1840, 1840, and 1841. Very Fine to Extremely Fine, Scarce. 4 coins Estimate: ` 7,500-8,000

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Victoria Queen, Silver (2), ¼ Rupee, 1862, Calcutta Mint, Obv A, Rev I. Extremely Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

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Victoria Queen, Silver (2), 2 Annas, 1875 (Prid# 517). Very Fine+, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 9,000-9,500

96

Victoria Queen, Copper, ½ Anna, 1862, Proof. Graded and Slabbed by the PCGS as PR63 RD, Restrike. Very Rare. Estimate: ` 20,000-22,000

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Victoria Queen, Copper, ½ Pice, 1862, Proof. Graded and Slabbed by the PCGS as PR62 RD, Restrike. Rare. Estimate: ` 14,000-15,000

British India 98

Victoria Empress, Silver, Rupee, 1881, Calcutta mint, AI/I/C incused. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-4,000

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Victoria Empress, Silver, Rupee, 1898, B Incused, Bombay Mint, the unit figure of 8 has been reengraved on that of 7 of 1897, the traces of which are still visible at the top-right corner of 8. About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

100 Victoria Empress, Silver (2), Rupee, 1898, B Incused, Bombay Mint, C/2/I/B incused. Very Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 17


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101 Victoria Queen and Empress, Silver (5), Rupee, 1862 (3), 0/3 Dots; 0/0 Dots and 0/5 Dots, 1878 and 1888. Fine+ to About UNC, Scarce. 5 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 102 Victoria Queen & Empress, Silver (17), 2 Annas, 1862, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1888, 1889, 1890 (2), 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1897, 1900 and 1901. Fine+ to About Very Fine. 17 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-7,000 103

Victoria Queen and Empress, Copper (2), ½ Anna, 1862 and 1877. Very Fine+ to Extremely Fine, Rare. 2 coins Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

104 Victoria Queen and Empress, Copper, ½ Anna, 1877. Extremely Fine+, Rare. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 105 Victoria Queen and Empress, Copper, ½ Anna, 1877. About UNC, Rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000 106 Victoria Empress, Copper (2), ¼ Anna, 1891 and 1897. UNC. 2 coins Estimate: ` 1,500-1,600 107 Victoria Empress, Copper, ½ Pice, 1891, Proof. Graded and Slabbed by the PCGS as PR64 RB, Early Restrike. Rare. Estimate: ` 14,000-15,000 108 Victoria Empress, Copper (10), 1/12 Anna, 1888 (5), 1892 (5). All UNC with luster, Scarce. 10 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000 109

Victoria Empress, Copper (10), 1/12 Anna, 1889 (5), 1895 (5). All UNC with luster, Scarce. 10 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

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Victoria Empress, Copper (10), 1/12 Anna, 1901 (5), Calcutta Mint. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 10 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

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Victoria Empress, Copper, 1/12 Anna, 1877, Calcutta Mint, Proof. Graded and Slabbed by the NGC as PR63 RD, Restrike. Rare. Estimate: ` 14,000-15,000

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Victoria Empress, Copper (10), 1/12 Anna, 1898, Calcutta Mint. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 10 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

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Victoria Empress, Copper (10), 1/12 Anna, 1889 (5), 1895 (5). All UNC with luster, Scarce. 10 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

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Victoria Empress, Copper (8), 1/12 Anna, 1888 (2), 1891, 1892, 1898 (3), 1901. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 8 coins Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

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Victoria Empress, Copper (10), 1/12 Anna, 1889 (3), 1892 (2), 1895 (3), 1899 (2). All UNC with luster, Scarce. 10 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

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Edward VII, Silver (5), Rupee, 1904, 1905, 1906 and 1907. Very Fine. 5 coins Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 19


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Edward VII, Silver (4), Set of 4: Rupee, ½ , ¼ Rupee and 2 Annas, 1906. Very Fine to About Extremely Fine, Scarce. 4 coins Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

118

Edward VII, Nickel, 1 Anna, 1907. About Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

119

George V, Silver, Rupee, 1919, Bombay Mint, Die-shifting on both the sides, plain edge, error. About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 12,000-15,000

120 George V, Silver (7), Rupee, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1916, 1917, 1918 and 1919. Very Fine. 7 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-7,000 121 George V, Silver (6), Rupee, 1912, 1913, 1914, 1916, 1917 and 1918. Very Fine. 6 coins Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 122 George V, Silver, Rupee, 1922, Bombay Mint. Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,200-2,500 123 George V, Silver, ½ Rupee, 1911, Pig type issue, Calcutta Mint. Fine, Extremely Rare. Among the Half Rupee coins of British India, those of 1911 are of highest rarity. Although the present coin has little poor obv, the rev is of very good quality. Its one of the rare chances for the advanced collectors of British India to own such a rare coin.

Estimate: ` 90,000-95,000 124 George V, Silver (5), ½ Rupee, 1925, Bombay Mint. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 5 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-7,000 125 George V, Silver (4), ½ Rupee, 1936, Bombay Mint. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 4 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-6,000 126 George V, Silver (6), ½ Rupee, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1922 and 1924. Very Fine+, Scarce. 6 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 127 George V, Silver (6), ½ Rupee, 1925, 1926, 1928, 1919, 1934 and 1936 (2). Very Fine+, Scarce. 6 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 128 George V, Silver (5), ½ Rupee, 1917 (4), 1919, Bombay Mint. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 5 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-7,000 129 George V, Silver (3), ½ Rupee, 1914, Bombay Mint. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 10,000-15,000 130 George V, Silver (3), ½ Rupee, 1912, Bombay Mint. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000 131 George V, Silver (6), ¼ Rupee, 1917, 1918, 1928, 1934 and 1936 (2). All UNC with luster, Scarce. 6 coins Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 132 George V, Silver (7), ¼ Rupee, 1928, Bombay Mint. All UNC with luster, Scarce. 7 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 21


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133 George V, Nickel, 8 Annas, 1919, Bombay Mint. About Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 134 George V, Nickel, 8 Annas, 1919, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 870). Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 135 George V, Silver, 2 Annas, 1911, the Pig type year, Calcutta Mint. Fine+, Rare. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 136 George V, Silver (3), 2 Annas, 1915, Bombay Mint. Very Fine, Scarce date. 3 coins Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000 137 George V, Silver OMS, 1/12 Anna, 1926. Restrike OMS Proof, About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000 138 George V, Silver (6), ½ Rupee 1936 (3), and 2 Annas, 1917 (3). All UNC with luster, Scarce. 6 coins Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 139 George V and George VI, Silver (5), ¼ Rupee, 1936 (2), 1939 (3). All UNC with luster, Scarce. 5 coins Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 140 George VI, Silver, Rupee, 1938, Calcutta Mint, milled edge. Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 141 George VI, Silver (2), Rupee and ½ Rupee, 1938, Bombay Mint. About UNC, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: ` 6,500-7,000 142 George VI, Silver, ¼ Rupee, 1945, Large 5 type, Bombay Mint. About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 143 George VI, Copper, 2 Annas, 1941, Restrike Proof. Rare. Estimate: ` 14,000-15,000 144 George VI, Copper, ¼ Anna, 1938, Restrike Proof. Rare. Estimate: ` 14,000-15,000

Republic of India 145 1969, UNC Set of the Birth Centenary of Mahatma Gandhi, Rs. 10, Re. 1, Paisa 50 and 20; in blue casing (RB# 17). Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 146 1962, UNC Set of Regular 7 Coins, Bombay Mint (RB# 5). In original red card board packing, but the coin holes are slightly worn on the inner edges dues to mishandling, Extremely Rare. Estimate: ` 75,000-80,000 147 1970, Proof Set of 9 Coins, Food for All, Bombay Mint (RB# 23). In original packing, Scarce. Estimate: ` 20,000-22,000 148 1971, Proof Set of 9 Coins, Food for All, Bombay Mint (RB# 27). In original packing, Scarce. Estimate: ` 28,000-30,000 23


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149 1972, Proof Set of 9 Coins, 25th Anniversary of Independence, Bombay Mint (RB# 31). In original packing, Scarce. Estimate: ` 17,000-18,000 150 1972 and 1975, UNC Sets of 2 coins each (RB# 33 and 52). The first do not have the outer cover. 2 sets. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500 151 1973, Proof Set of 9 Coins, Grow More Food, Bombay Mint (RB# 36). In original packing, Scarce. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000 152 1974, Proof Set of 10 coins, Planned Families: Food for All, without mint emblem, Bombay Mint (RB# 41). Scarce. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000 153 1974, Proof Set of 2 coins, Rs. 50 & 10, Planned Families: Food for All, without mint emblem, Bombay Mint (RB# 42). Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 154 1975, Proof Set of 10 Coins, Equality, Development, Peace, Bombay Mint (RB# 48). In original packing, Scarce. Estimate: ` 22,000-24,000 155 1976, Proof Set of 10 Coins, Food and work for All, Bombay Mint (RB# 55). In original packing, Scarce. Estimate: ` 22,000-24,000 156 1977, Proof Set of 10 Coins, Save for Development, Bombay Mint (RB# 62). In original packing, Scarce. Estimate: ` 22,000-24,000 157 1978, UNC Set of Food and Shelter for All, Bombay Mint, Set of 2 coins, Rs. 100 & 10 (RB# 68). The outer card board cover is missing. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 158 1979, UNC Set of 2 Coins, Happy Child Nation's Pride, Bombay Mint (RB# 74). Without outer plastic casing, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 159 1980, UNC Set of 2 Coins: Rs. 100 & 10, Rural Women's Advancement, Bombay Mint (RB# 80). Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 160 1985, UNC Set of 2 Coins: Rs. 100 & 10, Golden Jubilee of the Reserve Bank of India, Bombay Mint (RB# 106). Scarce. Estimate: ` 9,000-10,000 161 1996, UNC Set of 3 Coins, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel (1875-1950), Mumbai Mint, Rs. 100, 50 & 10 (RB# 183). Scarce. Estimate: ` 8,500-9,000 162 1997, Collector's UNC Pack of the Birth Centenary of Subhas Chandra Bose, Kolkata Mint, 2 coins of Rs. 2 (RB# 198). Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 25


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163 1999, Proof Set of 2 Coins: Rs. 100 & Re. 1, Saint Dnyaneshwar, (1274-1296), Kolkata Mint (RB# 229). Rare. Estimate: ` 20,000-22,000 164 2003, UNC Set of 3 coins of Veer Durgadas, Mumbai Mint, Rs. 100 & 10, and Re. 1 (RB# 259). Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 165 2003, UNC Set of 3 coins of Maharana Pratap, Mumbai Mint, Rs. 100 & 10, and Re. 1 (RB# 263). Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000 166 2006, UNC Set of 50 Years of ONGC, Kolkata Mint, Set of 2 Coins, Rs. 50 & 5 (RB# 308). Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500 167 2006, Proof set of 2 coins, Mahatma Basveshwar, Rs. 100 & 5 (RB# 291). Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 168 2006, Proof set of 1 coin (2), Mahatma Basveshwar, Rs. 5 (RB# 295). 2 sets Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 169 2007, UNC Set of 75 Years of Indian Air Force, Kolkata Mint, Set of 2 Coins, Rs. 50 & 2 (RB# 325). Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 170 Silver (3), Rs. 10, 1971, Food for All, Proof and UNC Coins, 1978, Food and Shelter for All, UNC Coin, Bombay Mint. 3 coins Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

Foreign Coins 171 Burma, Silver (3), Kyat or Rupee, CS 1214/1852. Very Fine+, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000 172 Greeks, Ptolomy, Copper, bust of the king to right on obv with Greek legend around, an eagle on rev. About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,200 173 Equatorial Guinea, Silver, 75 Pesos, Mahatma Gandhi Proof Issue, 1970, with a small counter-marked by the mint suggesting the purity of the metal as 999/9. In original box of issue. Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 174 Gibraltar, Silver, 1 Crown, Lord Buddha issue, 1996, Ultra-Cameo Proof, Singapore Mint, and one of the early issues to commemorate the Lord Buddha. Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 175 Italia Somalia, Silver, Rupee, 1910. Slight cut on edge otherwise Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,200-2,500 176 Italia Somalia, Silver, Rupee, 1912. Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 177 China, Silver (3), China Trade Dollars (2), USA, Morgan Dollar (1), 3 different types and years. Very Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: ` 6,000-6,500 27


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Tokens 178 Collection of Mint Tokens (9), Bombay Mint (4): Brass - 50, 10 and 5 Pasie, Aluminum 20 Paise; Alipore Calcutta Mint (3), Brass 50 & 25 Paise, Aluminum 10 Paise; Hyderabad Mint (2), Aluminum without denominations but in the shape and size of 20 & 10 Paise, the second with year 1996 at the back. The mint tokens in Brass are rare to find, All Very Fine+ to UNC, Rare as a collection. 9 tokens Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 179 Silver, Rupee Token copied from the Jodhpur coins, AH 1390. Very Fine+ Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500 180 Phoenix Mills Token, Silver, 28.30 g, Phoenix Mills Ltd. Ramnarain Sons Ltd., with an eagle on obv, Golden Jubilee Souvenir (1905-1955) on rev. UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200 181 Maharashtra State Foundation Token, Silver, 46.60 g, Ashokan Pillar emblem in the centre with Nagari legend around on obv, dated 1 May 1960, a traditional lamp with Sanskrit legend around on rev. UNC. Estimate: ` 3,200-3,500 182 L & T Token, Silver, 50.60 g, logo of the Mumbai based company with 1938-1968 / THREE DECADES OF DEVELOPMENT on obv, In Service / lies success on rev, 999 fineness. About Extremely Fine. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 183 Bank of India Token, Silver, 26.60 g, Goddess Lakshmi standing on obv, building of the bank and the Golden Jubilee years, 1906-1956 on rev. About UNC. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000 184 Jain Sahakari Bank Ltd, Bombay, Silver, 20 g, Silver Jubilee Token, 1946-1971, lion and wheel emblems on obv, legends on rev. UNC. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700 185 Guru Dutta Films P. Ltd. Token, Silver, 22.80 g, with the portrait of Guru Dutta to right on obv, issued in the memory of Silver Jubilee of the film Shikar, 1968. With a suspender and a ring. About UNC. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

Badges 186 Cochin Tokens, Brass (2), Port Tokens, Port of Cochin, Government of India, with a crown in the centre, holed for use as badges, both are numbered. About UNC, Scaarce. 2 pcs. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Medals 187 India General Service Medal, Victoria, Silver, 47.6 g, bust of the Queen to left on obv, Goddess Victory placing a crown of garlands on a British soldier on rev. PERSIA on the bar (Medal Tr 117). Awarded to T. Wood. Engrs. APPce. BERENICE S.V. With suspender and a bar, UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 188 British India Steam Navigation Co. Medal. Silver, 25.8 g, with suspension. Obv Britannia standing left holding a trident and a shield, a lion behind her. Around: BRITISH. INDIA. STEAM.NAVIGATION.CO.LTD. Rev Within a laurel wreath: 1856-1956. About UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200 189 Afghanistan Medal, Victoria, Silver, 34.40 g, 1878, bust of the empress on obv., battle scene with an elephant and horses on rev., AFGHANISTAN above and 1878-79-80 below, name of the awardee on the edge. About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 29


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190 Mutiny Medal, Silver, 32.30 g, of the 1857-58 Mutiny, bust of Victoria to left on obv, Goddess Victory with her lion on rev, 1857-1858. Bar is broken. Awarded to Risaldar Meer Hasim Khan 2nd Regt. Shaikh Err: Cavy. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 191 Long Service and Good Conduct, George V, Silver, awarded to 2062 Hav Kesar Singh 10-20 Burma Rif. (Medal Yr.# 244). Very Fine. Bar broken, Very Fine. Estimate: ` 2,200-2,300 192 George V, Silver, Delhi Durbar Medal, 1911, conjoined busts of the Emperor and Queen on obv, Persian legend on rev. Awarded to Jamadar Gangayya 61st K G O Pioneers. With suspender and ring. About Extremely Fine, Rare as an awarded medal. Estimate: ` 7,000-8,000 193 George V, Silver, British War Medal, bust of the Emperor on obv; Volunteer Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, (Mac 164). Awarded to Coy Sgt N B Patel Bom BN A F I. Bar broken, Very Fine, Scarce to find a Gujarati as a recipient. Estimate: ` 2,200-2,300 194 Lord Cornwallis Medal, White Metal, 1802, portrait of the Lord to left on obv with legend around; POST NUBILA PHOERUS and the Goddess of Victory. Very Fine, rare. Estimate: ` 9,000-10,000 195 Lord Cornwallis Medal, Copper, bust of the Lord to left on obv, Goddess Victory flying with a victory Garland on rev. Inscription on edge. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 196 Victoria, Calcutta International Exhibition Medal, Silver, 54.7 g, crowned bust of Victoria to left and CALCUTTA INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION / 1883-84 on obv; within a laurel wreath, AWARDED / TO (Puddester# 883.2.2). About Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 197 Colonial & Industrial Exhibition, Edward VII as Prince of Wales, Bronze, Prince of Wales Medal, bust of the Prince to left on obv, within wreath, COLONIAL AND INDIAN EXHIBITION LONDON 1886 on rev (Pud# 886.1.2). About UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 198 Viceroy of India & Governor General Presentation Medal, Silver, arms on obv, landscape with the legend referring to the earl Mountbatten of Burma, Governor General of India, presented to Kishen Bahadur for Anti Malaria Orderly (Pudd 947.1). With suspension and ring. About UNC, Very Rare. Mountbatten Was Viceroy and Governor-General only from 24th March 1947 to 15th August 1947. He became the First constitutional Governor-General on 15th August 1947 till he left India on 21st June 1948.

Estimate: ` 35,000-40,000 199 Defeat of Tipu Sultan Medal, Bronze, portrait of Cornwallis to left on obv; Cornwallis and aides greeting the two sons of Tipu Sultan delivered by Vakil Ghulam Ali Khan; dated 1792. S.M.E. countermarked on obv (Pud# 792.1.1). Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 18,000-20,000 200 Rifle Association Medal, Silver, 44.50 g, an elephant standing to left on a box of rifles on obv, within wreath RIFLE / ASSOCIATION / OF / SOUTHERN / INDIA. Unawarded, UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 31


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201 Bombay Art Society Medal, Silver, 67.0 g, a native lady paining a landscape on obv, Gate Way of India with VRBS PRIMA / IN INDIS on rev (Pud# 948.7.1). UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500 202 National Baby Week Medal, Silver, 30.30 g, a mother and a child in the centre of the oval medal with name of the medal around on obv, within wreath AWARDED TO, in the shield blank space for the name of the awardee to be inscribed; Calcutta Mint (Pud# 924.3). UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,200-2,400 203 Star Medal, Silver, 22.80 g, a farmer in the field in the centre with English inscription around on the front. Unifaced, unawarded. 1901 in the bar on obv, Very Fine. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700 204 Social Service Medal, Silver, 33.30 g, portrait of a gentleman wearing a British War Medal with a ribbon, Nagari legend in Sanskrit means, my body is for others' service, on obv, Nagari legend within wreath reads, karokarta / tyanahari, and name of the recipient, Diwali Jhinabhai Rathod, 1913. With a broken suspender, About UNC. Estimate: ` 2,300-2,500 205 Palanpur Medal, Silver, rectangular, 54.50 g, Coat of Arms of the State on obv, ALL INDIA / PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION / PALANPUR on obv; inscribed on rev, J N Unwala / F.R.P.S. / FOR MODESTY / 1949 on rev (Pud# 945.4). UNC, Scarce. Estimate: ` 3,800-4,000 206 Harwood League Medal, Silver, 30.00 g, shield of the Western India Football Association Ltd on obv, with BOMBAY in the top banner; HARWOOD LEAGUE / DIVISION II, inscribed, WINNERS / 1943. With a suspender and a ring. UNC. Estimate: ` 2,200-2,400 207 South Africa Medal, Queen Victoria, Silver, 35.20 g, 1899. Bust of Queen on obv.; rev. Britannia holding the flag facing a crowd. (Medal Yr. # 150). Awarded to J S Kimchand Natal Vol. Amb. Coprs. About Extremely Fine. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 208 Bombay Society of Model Engineers Medal, 122.30 g, the medal in the form of a shield with a verniar caliper in the centre and the name of the association on obv, inscribed on rev, FIRST PRIZE / NINTH EXHIBITION / MECHANICAL / ENGINEERING MODELS / 1955. UNC. Estimate: ` 8,500-9,000 209 Alexandra Native Girls English Institution Bombay Bhowanaggree Memorial Medal, Silver, 25.30 g, highly reliefed bust of the Parsi lady under whose name the medal is named, Ave Bhownaggree Memorial Medal, 1869-1888 on obv; within wreath ALEXANDRA / N.G.E. / INSTITUTION / BOMBAY on rev (Pud# 888.5.1). With a suspender and a loop. UNC with luster. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Paper Money British India 210 George V, Re. 1, Type 1, 1st Issue, Sign M M S Gubbay, Prefix M9, Watermark variety A, Gujarati RUPAYO in last line. Nearly Extremely Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 28,000-30,000 211

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212 George V, Re. 1, Type 1, 1st Issue, Sign A C MacWatters, Watermark variety B, Prefix S/3, Gujarati RUPAYO in last line on rev (Jhun# 1.2B). Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 32,000-35,000 nd

213 George V, Re. 1, Type 2, 2 Issue, Sign J W Kelly, Prefix F29, Watermark variety A (Jhun# 2.1A). Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: ` 7,500-8,000 214 George V, Rs. 5, Type 4, 1st Issue, Big Brown, Sign H Denning, Watermark variety B, Prefix H/23 (Jhun# 4.1B). Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 23,000-25,000 st

215 George V, Rs. 5, Type 4, 1 Issue, Big Brown, Sign J B Taylor, Watermark variety B, Prefix L/95 (Jhun# 4.2). Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 23,000-25,000 nd

216 George V, Rs. 5, Type 5, 2 Issue, Small Brown, Sign J B Taylor, Prefix Q/21, Thick Paper (Jhun# 5.1B). 2 minute holes in centre, fold marks, a few stains, Fine+ Rare. Estimate: ` 13,000-15,000 nd

217 George V, Rs. 5, Type 5, 2 Issue, Small Brown, Sign J W Kelly, Prefix Q/85, Thick Paper (Jhun# 5.2). About UNC, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 28,000-30,000 218 George V, Rs. 10, Type 6A, 1st Issue, Big Green, Sign A C Macwatters, Serial Numbers in Top-Left and Bottom Right Corner, Prefix B/17 (Jhun# 6B.1). Bold stains on reverse otherwise Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 70,000-75,000 219 George V, Rs. 10, Type 6B, Big Green, Sign H Denning, Serial Numbers in Top-Right and Bottom Left Corner, Prefix C/72 (Jhun# 6B.1). About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 28,000-30,000 220 George V, Rs. 10, Type 7, 2nd Issue, Big Blue, Sign H Denning, Prefix G/64 (Jhun# 7.1). About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 23,000-25,000 221 George V, Rs. 10, Type 7, 2nd Issue, Big Blue, Sign J B Taylor, Prefix J/84 (Jhun# 7.2). Folds, pin holes, Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 12,000-13,000 rd

222 George V, Rs. 10, Type 8, 3 Issue, Small Blue, Sign J B Taylor, Prefix N/57 (Jhun# 8.1B). About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 23,000-25,000 rd

223 George V, Rs. 10, Type 8, 3 Issue, Small Blue, Sign J W Kelly, Prefix Q/11 (Jhun# 8.2). Usual Pin holes otherwise About UNC, Very Rare. Estimate: ` 23,000-25,000 224 George V, Rs. 100, Type 10.3, Prefix T/26, Sign J W Kelly, Calcutta Circle (Jhun# 10.3.130). These notes were universalized and are known only with prefix T. Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 75,000-80,000 35


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225 George V, Rs. 100, Type 10.2, Sign J B Taylor, Calcutta Circle, Prefix T/2 (Jhun# 10.2D, notes with prefix T were Universalized). Very Fine+, Extremely Rare. Estimate: ` 1,25,000-1,35,000 226 George VI, Pack of 100 of all Re. 1, Sign C E Jones, issue of 1944 with the year 1940 in the coin on rev, Prefix M, Serial Number in Red (Jhun# 1.1A). Sewn type Pack of 100 notes. Extremely Rare. Estimate: ` 2,00,000-2,25,000 227 George VI, Re. 1, Type 1, Sign C E Jones, Prefix A/95, Serial Numbers in Black (Prefix 1.1A). About UNC, Rare. Estimate: ` 2,200-2,500 228 George VI, Rs. 2, Type 2, Sign J B Taylor, Prefix A/22 (Jhun# 2.1). Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 229 George VI, Rs. 2, Type 2, Sign C D Deshmukh, Prefix B/48 (Jhun# 2.2). Usual pin holes otherwise UNC, Rare. Estimate: ` 10,000-11,000 st

230 George VI, Rs. 5 (2), 1 Issue, Sign C D Deshmukh, Prefix M/6 (Jhun# 3.2). Usual pin holes, some stains, fold marks, Very Fine, Scarce. 2 notes Estimate: ` 2,800-3,000 st

231 George VI, Rs. 10, 1 Issue, profile head type, Sign J B Taylor, Prefix C/11 (Jhun# 5.1). Pin holes, folds, Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000 232 George VI, Rs. 100, sign by J B Taylor, Madras Circle of Issue, Profile Head as Water mark, Prefix A (Jhun# 7.1F). Pin holes with other minor holes, folded, scribbling, Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 20,000-22,000 233 George VI, Rs. 100, Type 7, Sign C D Deshmukh, Bombay Circle, Prefix B/32 (Jhun# 7.2A). A hole in the waltermark panel, fold marks in centre otherwise Fine+, Rare. Estimate: ` 23,000-25,000 234 George VI, Rs. 100, Type 7, Sign C D Deshmukh, Karachi Circle, Prefix A/69 (Jhun# 7.2L). A few holes in centre and in watermark panel, fold marks in centre otherwise Fine, Rare. Estimate: ` 30,000-32,000

Indo-Portuguese 235 Rs. 10, Type 29, Banco Nacional Ultramarino issue of 1945 (Jhun# 30). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000 See you at next Oswal Auction ‌

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CONDITIONS OF SALE 1. Statutory Note: Antiques over 100 years old cannot be taken out of India without the permission of the Director General, Archaeological Survey of India, Janpath, New Delhi 110011. 2. Oswal Antiques offer Life-Time Guarantee of genuineness of items sold. 3. Delivery against payments, 4. Payments can be made by Cash, Cheque or Demand Draft (favouring OSWAL ANTIQUES payable at Mumbai). Money can be deposited directly in our ICICI A/c003205004383, Dadar, Mumbai Branch. (Intimate us payment detail by phone, SMS or email about the same). Buyers are requested to please make sure of total bill amount including commission, taxes & shipping before making payment. 5. * Indicates Exportable Items 6. Currency of Sale: Indian Rupees 7. Subject to Mumbai Jurisdiction 8. The highest bidder of each lot shall be the buyer thereof. In the event of any dispute, the auctioneer shall have absolute discretion to determine the dispute and may put up again and re-sell the disputed lot. 9. The auctioneer shall have absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, or to withdraw lots from the sale without giving any reason. The bidding shall be regulated at the absolute discretion of the auctioneer who shall have the right to refuse any bid/s. 10. All lots are put up for sale subject to any reserve price that may be imposed by the seller. 11. Bidding commissions for anyone unable to attend the auction in person may be carried out by the auctioneer without charge, but “buy” commissions will only be accepted if the auctioneer is given absolute discretion. 12. The buyer of any lot shall immediately notify his name and address to the auctioneer and if required, (A) provide bank or other credit references; and (B) pay the full purchase price, or a fractional deposit as may be determined at the discretion of the auctioneer. 13. Lots are sold as shown with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. Neither the auctioneer nor the seller shall give warranty to any buyer in respect of any lot, or be liable for any fault or error of description. All statements as to the items sold, whether made in catalogues, during the course of the auction, or otherwise, are statements of opinion only, and are not and shall not be taken to be statements or representations of fact. The auctioneer reserves the right in forming his opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or

authority considered by him reliable. Notwithstanding the forgoing, if any lot should have been wrongly described in any material aspect, the buyer may reject the same, provided that he shall have given notice of intention to do so and shall have returned the same to the auctioneer within seven (7) days from the day of the sale. Under no circumstances will the auctioneer be liable for any costs, expenses or damages incurred by the buyer in respect of any lot, including, but not limited to, loss of any kind of profit whatsoever. Bidders are advised to scrutinize the lots they bid for. 14. The auctioneer acts solely as an agent and shall not be responsible for any default by either the buyer or the seller or for any action or claim which may arise in respect of any lot. 15. Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of their purchases at the time of delivery. The auctioneer cannot be held responsible for any discrepancy which might be discovered after the lots have been removed from either the action room or the auctioneer's premises. 16. The auctioneer will not hold himself responsible for the safe custody of any lots left for more than seven (7) working days after the date of sale, and reserves the right to charge storage and re-sell by auction or privately, and without notice to the buyer, any lots not removed from his premises within fourteen (14) days from the date of sale. Buyers shall not be entitled to remove lots from the auction room during the course of the auction. 17. Each lot shall be at the buyer's risk from the fall of the hammer. 18. Any part of the purchase price left outstanding after the action pursuant to Condition 5, shall be paid in full within seven (7) days of the date of auction. Without prejudice to any rights, the auctioneer reserves the right to charge interest on any overdue payment at the rate of 2 ½ % per month. 19. Credit Card payments are subject to 3% surcharge. Mastercard, Visa and American Express. 20. A “Buyer's Premium” of 11.03 % (including Service Tax) is charged on the Hammer Price. 21. By making a bid the buyer acknowledges his acceptance of these Conditions and shall be bound by them. 22. These Conditions shall take effect and be construed in accordance with Indian law. Estimates: The estimate figures below each lot are the auctioneer's estimation of an expected price only. These estimates are not representative of a reserve price and are published only as a guide to buyers. Bidders may bid within the estimate or above the estimate, however, bids which are less than the low estimate will not be considered by the auctioneer.

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Oswal Auction 24  

Oswal Auctions No. 24 @ Coimbatore

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