|Country||Bhutan (Hammered coinage)|
|Ruling authority||Third Period (1835-1910)|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1/2 Rupee (0.5)|
|Composition||Copper (copper or brass)|
Irregular - often hammered thin
NOTE: dateable to period only !
- Krause wrongly describes all similar coins as 1/2 Rupee (Deb). Deb rupees are only made of silver.
The correct name for this coin is 'Ma-tam', translated it means 'Red coin' (copper being red).
'Che-tam' is half the copper coin (weighs about 2.7 grams).
- Example of KM#7.1 (large flan), "Sa" at lower left" (see image)
- Example of KM#7.2 (large flan), "Sa" at lower left; dots added (see image)
KM#7.3, Obv: “Sa” at upper right
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|ND (1835-1910)||1.93||62%||KM#7.1 ("Sa" at lower left)|
|ND (1835-1910)||31%||KM#7.2 ("Sa" at lower left; dots added)|
|ND (1835-1910)||12%||KM#7.3 ("Sa" at upper right)|
|ND (1835-1910)||11%||KM#7.4 (Large "Sa" below 5 pellets)|
|ND (1835-1910)||3%||KM#7.5 (Large "Sa" below swastika)|
|ND (1835-1910)||5%||KM#7.6 (Branch)|
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