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Quote from: Figleaf on August 05, 2007, 10:03:28 PMThe expert strikes again: the copper coin is a paisa of the small Indian state of Lunavada, struck in the name of Wakhat Singhji 1867-1929. On the obv. a lion going right, underneath a sword and the date in Vikrama Samvat 1949 (1892). Above the lion "Lunavada" in Gujerati. This is KM#10.The rev, says in Gujarati "Ma Ra Sri" "Vaghat" "Singhji"Peter