RATLAM – Antique 1 Paise Thick “Hanuman” AD-1890 V. Rare (911)


Country Princely state of Ratlam
(Indian states and kingdoms)
Type Standard circulation coin
Year 1947 (1890)
Calendar Vikram Samvat
Value 1 Paisa (1/64)
Currency Rupee (1759-1819)
Composition Copper
Weight 5.7 g
Diameter 23.5 mm
Shape Round
Demonetized Yes
References KM# 24

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Ratlam pronunciation known historically as Ratnapuri is a city in the northwestern part of the Malwa region in Madhya Pradesh state of India. The city of Ratlam lies 480 metres above sea level. It is the administrative headquarters of Ratlam district, which was created in 1947 after the independence of India.


Star on top of central shield containing Hanuman (the Hindu monkey God) walking left, holding a club in right hand, and an object in left hand. Flowers and plants outside shield. Three-fold ribbon at bottom, with lettering in central part. Beaded border

Lettering: रतलम


Central beaded circle contains lettering –
“Ek paisa” (one paisa), San (year), 1947 in Nagari. Flowers and plants around outside of circle, toothed border
VS1947 date is equivalent to Western 1890 (Gregorian)

Lettering: एक पैसा संः १९४७

Edge – Plain


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