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English: British India, Two mohurs (also Double Mohur) (1835), depicting King William IV.
Date (coin), 2010 (image)
Source National Numismatic Collection, National Museum of American History
Author East India Company and Calcutta Mint (coin); National Numismatic Collection (image)
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