Rupee of Aurangzeb Ujjain AH/Ry.40, without epithet, Ry. inscribed behind 'Julus

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Ujjain - rupee of Aurangzeb, AH - /Ry.40, without epithet, Ry. inscribed behind 'Julus'

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Figleaf

Looks like a really nice coin, but it has me wishing that the picture would be a bit larger.

Peter
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Coinsforever

Quote from: Figleaf on September 10, 2017, 05:40:04 PM
Looks like a really nice coin, but it has me wishing that the picture would be a bit larger.

Peter
I too felt during initial upload of coin's picture that size was not appropriate. I have replaced it now with larger size.
Thanks
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Figleaf

I appreciate your effort. While the picture is a whole lot bigger now, it is unsharp, though. Even when I cut off background, I can only make it sharp by making it smaller. See attachment.

This problem can be solved. You need a copy of a picture on your hard disk, just as it was taken by your camera, phone or scanner. Now go to this web site. Use the buttons in Step 1 and Step 2 to upload the picture. Use the slider on top of the page to adjust size. Play with the "quality" button if necessary. Think "every experience, good or bad, is a priceless collector's item." Click "Resize My Image" when you are happy. That's all.

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.

Coinsforever

Quote from: Figleaf on September 13, 2017, 08:51:19 AM
I appreciate your effort. While the picture is a whole lot bigger now, it is unsharp, though. Even when I cut off background, I can only make it sharp by making it smaller. See attachment.

This problem can be solved. You need a copy of a picture on your hard disk, just as it was taken by your camera, phone or scanner. Now go to this web site. Use the buttons in Step 1 and Step 2 to upload the picture. Use the slider on top of the page to adjust size. Play with the "quality" button if necessary. Think "every experience, good or bad, is a priceless collector's item." Click "Resize My Image" when you are happy. That's all.

Peter
Apology for poor picture will try to improve in future with your suggestions in mind
Cheere ;D
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