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1 Mohur - Shah Alam II [Ram Singh]

Features

Country Princely state of Jaipur
(Indian states and kingdoms)
Type Common coin
Years 1773-1804
Value 1 Mohur (16)
Metal Gold
Weight 11.34 g
Shape Round
Demonetized yes
References KM# 55
Standard Catalog of World Coins
by George S. Cuhaj
(Krause Publications)

Comments

Jaipur State was a princely state of India from 1128 to 1948. It was centered on Jaipur town. It existed from the 12th century until Indian Independence in 1947. according to the different periods of history it was also known as Jaipur Kingdom, Amber Kingdom,Dhundhar Kingdom and Kachwaha Kingdom.Jaipur state was founded in the Dhundhar region. Its predecessor state was the Dhundhar (Dausa) kingdom, founded in 1093 by Duleh Rai, also known as Dulha Rao. Jaipur state was known as Amber between the fourteenth century and 1727. In that year, a new capital was built and named Jayapura, then the kingdom was renamed Jaipur.

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Year Mintage G VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (1773-1774) 15
ND (1783-1784) 25
ND (1802-1803) 43
ND (1803-1804) 44

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1 Mohur - Shah Alam II [Ram Singh]