Junagadh Princely State Coin
The Junagadh Princely state 1 Dokdo coin is a rare and collectible artifact that represents a significant part of India’s history. This particular coin is in top condition, making it an excellent investment opportunity for collectors and enthusiasts of Indian numismatics.
The Junagadh Princely state was a former state in western India that issued its currency before India’s independence. This coin is made of copper and has a diameter of approximately 24 mm. On the obverse side of the coin, you can see the inscription “Junagadh Princely State” in Devanagari script,. On the reverse side, you can see the value of the coin “1 Dokdo” in Persian script, along with the year of issue.
Coins like these were an essential part of India’s history, as they were used to facilitate trade and commerce during the time they were minted. Owning a Junagadh Princely state 1 Dokdo coin is not only a significant investment but also a way to connect with India’s rich cultural past.
This particular coin is in top condition, which is a rare find for a coin that was minted over 80 years ago. Its excellent condition makes it a highly sought-after collectible among Indian numismatists. The price of this coin is also set at the lowest possible price, making it an excellent opportunity to add a rare and valuable piece to your collection without breaking the bank.
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Copper 1 Dokdo (1/24 Kori) coin of the Princely State of Junagadh during the reign of Rasul Muhammad Khan. This coin is also called the ‘Sorath Sarkar Dokdo’ – for the words Sorath Sarkar are there on the reverse in Devnagari – Sorath was the old name for the Saurashtra region, where Junagadh was. These coins carry the date in Vikram Samvat and were minted from VS 1964-67 – 1907-10 AD. Junagadh was one of the three princely states which did not immediately accede to India in 1947, and had to be coerced.
|Country||Princely state of Junagadh
(India – Princely states)
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Dokdo (1/24)|