Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Razz, Jul 10, 2020.
Anyway, any experts on this series have any opinions?
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Calcutta coins are generally (but not always!) less common than those from Bombay, but their 1940 1/4 annas are certainly not rare, in fact there were 93,516,400 of them-
My "Guide Book and Catalogue
Certainly would be a conditional rarity. Seems like an exceptional strike for as many that were produced at Bombay. Thinking about it there probably would be no PUPs for a "proof like" coin. The 2019 KP book has a line for P/L in 1940 (b); which is where my question originates from. Trying to grade from photos is definitely challenging. Thanks for everyone's thoughts up to this point!
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