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EAST INDIA COMPANY, Bengal Presidency, Murshidabad Mint, 1793 Second Milled issue, Perpetual 19 san sicca series, Copies of Standard Silver Currency, in the name of Shah Alam II (A.H.1173-1221, A.D.1759-1806), rupees struck in good to base silver (4), all Regnal Year 19 (fixed), with Privy mark for Murshidabad and with vertical graining, and plain milling, another plated example of Farrukhabad rupee year 45, straight milling, (cf.P.326, Pr. 408, 409, cf.425 and another variant, cf.KM.70, 108, 117). One mounted, otherwise fine - extremely fine, scarce, two san 19 with unpublished legends. (5)
The quality deteriorates to a debased silver when pieces have other legends indicating Jewellers names etc.
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EAST INDIA COMPANY, Bengal Presidency, Murshidabad Mint, 1793 Second Milled issue, Perpetual 19 san sicca ...