|Country||Myanmar (Konbaung Dynasty)|
|King||Mindon Min (1853-1878)|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Kyat (1)|
|Currency||First kyat (1852-1889)|
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
Peacock Left, Full Display
Translation: According to Robinson & Shaw 'The coins and banknotes of Burma', p.92-93 the words on the obverse are 'Tazeik taw' or 'Royal stamp'.
Denomination Within Wreath.
Translation: the outer reverse legend is 'Yandabon Nepydiaw' or 'Mandalay the Royal residence'. The central inscription is 't'tjat thon dinga' or 'Use coin as 1 kyat' and the date below is 1214 Buddhist era, 1852-53 AD.
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