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  • East India Company
  • Half Anna
  • I Also Have 1/4 Anna, Similar Style.
  • Minted In 1835
  • Major Component- Copper
  • I Also Have 1/4 Anna, Similar Style.
  • Victoria
  • Silver Rupee
  • Weight: 11.66 gms
  • Minted at Madras in 1862
  • Edward VII
  • Silver Rupee
  • Weight: 11.66 gms
  • Minted at Bombay in 1904
  • George V
  • Silver Rupee
  • Weight: 11.66 gms
  • Minted at Madras in 1917
  • George VI
  • Silver Rupee
  • Weight: 11.66 gms
  • Minted at Madras in 1945
  • George VI
  • Silver Half Rupee
  • Weight: 8.66 gms
  • Minted at Madras in 1942
  • George VI
  • Silver 1/2 Anna
  • Minted at Madras in 1947
  • George VI
  • Nickle 1 Rupee Coin
  • Last Set Of Coins To Bear A Br. Ruler
  • George VI
  • Republic of India 
  • 1 Anna (16 Anna = 1 Re)
  • Major Component - Silver 
  • Minted in Bombay 1942 
  • 103.24 million minted
  • ( This Coin Features Under Rare
  • Republic of India
  • 2 Anna (16 Anna = 1 Re)
  • Major Component - Silver
  • Minted In Bombay
  • 100 Million Minted
  • Republic of India 
  • 1 Pice (Paisa)
  • Major Component - Copper  
  • Minted in Bombay 
  • This Is One Of Indias Only Holed Coins.
  • Interesting Information: An Aunt Of Mine Told Me That These Coins Were Often Used As Washers, Since Washers Costed More Than A Pie In 1944! A Lot Of People Wear These Coins On Necklaces!

  1. One quarter anna east india company 1835
  2. One quarter anna east india company 1835
  3. 4 anna george v one coin
  4. 1/12 anna victoria queen 1862
  5. 1/12 anna victoria empress, edward vi ( 3 coins of Diferent years)
  6. 1/12 anna george v & vi (3 coins of different years)
  7. ½ pice victoria empress, edward vii (3 coins of Diferent years)
  8. ½ pice george v (3 coins of different years)
  9. ½ pice george vi (3 coins of different years)
  10. One quarter anna victoria queen, empress( 3 coins of diferent years)
  11. One quarter anna edward vii (3 coins of diferent years)
  12. One quarter anna george v (3 coins of diferent years)
  13. One quarter anna george vi (3 coins of diferent years)
  14. ½ anna george vi (3 coins of different years)
  15. One anna george v (3 coins of different years)
  16. One anna george vi (3 coins of different years)
  17. Two anna george v (3 coins of different years)
  18. Two anna george vi (3 coins of different years)
  19. One pice hole coin (3 coin of different years)
  20. One pice horse coin (3 coin of different years)
  21. One naya paisa (3 coins of different years)
  22. Two paisa (3 coins of different years)
  23. Three paisa (3 coins of different years)
  24. Five paisa copper nickel (3 coins of different years)
  25. Five paise aluminium (3 coins of different years)
  26. Ten paise aluminium (3 coins of different years)
  27. Ten paise stainless steel (3 coins of different years)
  28. Ten paise golden (3 coins of different years)
  29. Twenty paise (3 coins of different years)
  30. Twenty paise golden lotus and mahatama gandhi (3 coins of different years)
  31. Twenty five paise (3 coins of different years)
  32. Fifty paise (3 coins of different years)
  33. One rupee commemorative coin

The British presence in India started in 1612, twelve years after the granting by Queen Elizabeth the First of a Royal Charter to the 218 Knights and merchants of the City of London who formed a company which received different names but remained in history as "the" East India Company. Although it made little impression on the Dutch control of the spice trade and could not establish a lasting outpost in the East Indies in the early years, it succeeded beyond measure in finally controlling the whole sub-continent... After the Great Mutiny in 1858, the British Government took direct control of its Indian possessions until they regained their independence in 1947, divided between India and Pakistan