What year does ND-19 equate to in our calendar?

Discussion in 'World Coins' started by Topcat7, Jul 18, 2019.

  1. Topcat7

    Topcat7 Still Learning

    I am looking to understand what year the Indian date of ND-19 equates to in our calendar?
    Can anyone advise me on this or where I can go to find out, please?
    Thank-you.
     
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  3. sonlarson

    sonlarson World Silver Collector

    I always thought ND stood for "No Date". Not sure what the 19 would be for. What kind of coin are you researching?

    Found it: ND//19 would equate to 1734
     
  4. CoinCorgi

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    The change in calendars in 1752 was essentially 19 years after 1734 ... is that what ND-19 means (new date minus 19 years)?
     
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  5. sonlarson

    sonlarson World Silver Collector

    That would make sense. Except they could not put a date on the coin indicating it was issued 19 years in the past;). It would have to be a reference date only.
     
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  7. Topcat7

    Topcat7 Still Learning

    Just been told. 1793 A.D.

    Thanks
     
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