Today’s Mohur coin takes its inspiration from its historic predecessor and is the first struck with the effigy of Elizabeth II. The specifications are in keeping with the universal standard established by Sher Shah Suri as long ago as 1540, ensuring the historical authenticity of the coin.
The Mohur was first recorded in 1540. It originated from the Mughal Empire of India and was the highest unit of currency in a system that also featured a silver coin ─ the Rupiya, now the Rupee, India's national currency. Carefully sculpted in plaster by expert engravers, The East India Company Mohur Collection is a true representation of this famed motif. The Regal Lion, strong and powerful, strides below the Tree of Life, symbolising the historic strength and value of the Mohur coin.
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