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Started by Abhay, August 29, 2013, 11:21:06 AM
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Quote from: dheer on August 29, 2013, 11:34:02 AMGreat. This was the list I was looking for. Is it possible to include the rough time period when they issued coins.
Quote from: Abhay on August 29, 2013, 11:21:06 AMHere is a list of various Independent Kingdoms and Princely States of India, which had issued coins:
Quote from: repindia on August 30, 2013, 04:24:30 PMI once noted that Steve Album sold two paisa coins noted as from "Jaldhari" and the other from "Mejidpur". They were classified under IPS and not Mughal and no state was assigned to them and I assumed they were some small princely state. I asked Steve and was told that research on this was done by Prashant Kulkarni (which in all probability was not published). If anyone knows more about these then please let me know. These do not appear on any other IPS list and don't know what these are. Sorry for being slightly OT.
Quote from: repindia on August 30, 2013, 04:13:21 PMI was reading an article only last week about gold double mohurs being reported for Palanpur. This was an article by Pukhraj J. Surana and he claims to have seen these coins dated between AH 1235 and 1275. The inscriptions were-->Obv: Name of the Nawab of Palanpur RiyasatRev: Zarb Palanpur and dateThe whole lot were melted at the IG Mint, Bombay.Since we have no other proof, there is no need to include this in your list, but I thought it was cool never the less. PS: I classify Dewas Sn and Dewas Jr Branches as separate states since they had separate administrations.