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Coinage of the Sikh Empire -- An Outline Maharaja Ranjit Singh - as Patron of the Arts

Title:Coinage of the Sikh Empire -- An Outline Maharaja Ranjit Singh - as Patron of the Arts
Author:Dane, Lance
Publication:Marg
Enumeration:Vol. 34-1, p. 131-134
Abstract:Discussed are the legends and symbology of the Sikh coinages, including the "Gobind Shahi" rupees struck at Lahore by the Khalsa between 1764 and 1777; the "Nanak Shahi" rupees struck from 1777 at Ambratsar (Amritsar), with dates in Vikrama era; and the coins of Ranjit Singh (1799-1839) issued from Lahore, Amritsar, Multan, Kashmir, and other provincial units.

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