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British Indian mohur design



The British Indian mohurs of the 1830s and 1840s bore a masculine rendition of a stalking lion in front of a palm tree. It's a beautiful design that was later used on the logo of the Reserve Bank of India, although the lion was replaced by a tiger.

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Image courtesy of the Reserve Bank of India.

1841 Indian Mohur

Reserve Bank of India

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