India, Rupee 1862 About Unc

The first Silver Rupee struck under British India was in 1862. It had the wonderful Gothic bust of Queen Victoria with its ornate design. We have a small hoard of high-grade examples to offer you, they are Extremely Fine and About Uncirculated. Remember these silver coins are now 161 years old and the first Rupee of British India. There are many varieties and for that, you need the specialist catalogue, we have not checked any of these coins for better varieties. The hardbound catalogue was made to sell for £75.00 we can offer you one for just £25.00 and you can check the varieties yourself.
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