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Coinage Khalsa Coins of Amritsar Mint

Discussion in 'History of Sikhism' started by Sikh Collector, Apr 10, 2010.

  1. Sikh Collector

    Sikh Collector
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    Jan 11, 2010
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    The above named album in the Sikh Coins Group contains silver rupees of the Amritsar mint starting with coin of VS1832 right up to VS1840 with obverse and reverse images. Members will see a good selection of the two versions of the early coins of the Amritsar mint, which is one of the most holy places for the Sikhs around the world. Coins of this mint are the most widely available, probably for the name of the holy city and where well preserved by those who kept them as prized possessions.

    Here is the link for the above album and topic:-

    Dear SPN Group Members,

    the only living evidence of the Sikh Empire which is readily available to all those who are interested in Sikh numismatics are the actual coins. To ensure that new and existing members are fully up to date with new varieties of coins, I thought it would be good to periodically highlight some of the existing albums (like the one above) we have in the groups photo section.
    Rgds Parminder
    Understanding History, Culture and Heritage through Numismatics.

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