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- Catalogue of the coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta Part 1 ~ 1906 ( PDF )
Coins of British India
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Coinage of India
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Catalogue of the coins in the Indian Museum, Calcutta Part 1 ~ 1906 ( PDF )
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The history of Indian currency not only spans centuries but also boasts quite a fascinating past. T he rupee in your pocket has a mysterious past. Then came the Mauryas who punch marked their coins with a royal standard. Their example was followed for eight centuries. The Gupta Empire produced large numbers of gold coins depicting the Gupta kings performing various rituals.