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India-Mughal-KM-82 Rupee (1556-1605)
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Arabic legend with the Kalima in center square, the four successors around
Kalima with bi-sudq Abi Bekr (By the Truth of Abu Bekr) bi adl Umar (By the Justice of Umar) bi haya Uthman (By the Modesty of Uthman) and bi-ilm Ali (By the Wisdom of Ali) at top, bottom, left, and right
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Legend in four lines
khallad Allah te ala mulkahu 1000 : Mohammed Akbar badshah : Jalal ed din ghazi : Mint City (May Allah on high perpetuate his kingdom, 1000, Mohammed Akbar Emperor. Glory of the faith, warrior against the infidels, Minting City
India-Mughal-KM-235-20 Rupee (1628-1658)
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Arabic legend with the Kalima in center square, the four successors around
Kalima with bi-sudq Abi Bekr, wa adl Umar, bi-azram Uthman, wa-ilm Ali at top, bottom, left, and right (By the truth of Abu Bekr and the justice of Umar, by the modesty of Uthman and the wisdom of Ali
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Legend in three lines in central square with legend around
Shah Jahan Badshah Gazi in center, Shihab ed-din Mohammed sahib quiran sani zarb Patna (Flame of the faith of Mohammed, second lord of the favorable conjunction of the planets, minted at Patna)
india03 1/4 Rupee (1912-1936)
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Crowned head of King George V left
GEORGE V KING EMPEROR
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Legend within border of roses, thistles, and shamrocks
1/4 RUPEE INDIA date
india04 One Rupee (1912-1936)
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Crowned head of King George V left
GEORGE V KING EMPEROR
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Legend within border of roses, thistles, and shamrocks
ONE RUPEE INDIA date
india14 1 Rupee (1992-2000)
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National Emblem of India, four lions standing back to back, from the Sarnath Lion Capital
INDIA (English and Hindi)
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Two grain ears
1 RUPEE date

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