|Issuer||India - British|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Value||1 Rupee (1)|
|Currency||East India Company rupee (1770-1862)|
|Orientation||Medal alignment ↑↑|
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Coins / 2001-Date (14th edition). Krause Publications, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, USA.
And 4 more volumes.
Portrait of Queen Victoria, facing left.
Lettering: VICTORIA QUEEN
Value within wreath in English and Urdu (Yek Rupiya), outside wreath English legend & date below.
EAST INDIA COMPANY
|Chennai / Madras, India (1640-1869)|
|Kolkata / Calcutta / Murshidabad, India (1757-date)|
|Mumbai / Bombay, India (1829-date)|
|1840||7%||KM#457.1 (Proof), Calcutta mint, 1st rev. 31.5 mm, 2nd rev., 31.1-31.4 mm.|
|1840||$ 17||$ 32||$ 20||54%||KM#457.1, Calcutta mint, 1st rev. 31.5 mm, 2nd rev., 31.1-31.4 mm.|
|1840||$ 25||7%||KM#457.10, Calcutta mint, Obv: Indian" head with thinner features". Rev: 35 berries with crescent on left ribbon bow|
|1840||2%||KM#457.11 (Proof), Calcutta mint, Rev: Small M on left ribbon end, dot after date|
|1840||5%||KM#457.12, Madras mint, Rev: 34 berries, small M on left ribbon end, dot after date|
|1840||$ 24||10%||KM#457.2, Bombay mint, Rev:35 berries, Size varies: 31.6-31.8 mm|
|1840||$ 15||$ 23||19%||KM#457.3, Bombay mint, Rev: 19 berries, small diamonds|
|1840||$ 18||8%||KM#457.4, Bombay mint, Rev: 19 berries, large diamonds|
|1840||3%||KM#457.5, Madras mint, Obv: S incuse on truncation, Rev: 19 berries, small diamonds, with V on right ribbon bow, Size varies: 31.9-32.2 mm|
|1840||3%||KM#457.6, Madras mint, 19 berries, large diamonds|
|1840||1.6%||KM#457.7, Madras mint, Obv: Without S, Rev: 19 berries, with v on right ribbon bow|
|1840||3%||KM#457.8, Madras mint, Obv: S incuse, Rev: 20 berries, without small v|
|1840||4%||KM#457.9, Madras mint, Obv: S incuse, Rev: 35 berries, without small v|
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