British India coin smallest denomination

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British India coin smallest denomination

A coin of British India Rule era, minted in 1945 minimum denomination of only 1 piece still could manage to fetch 1 pound of milk. That's what people of those day claim. A coin with a hole with British Crown engraved.

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Location

Bombay

Culture
Period

1945

Theme
Size
H:
2cm
W:
2cm
D:
.1cm
Colour
Material

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