Indian One Rupee Coin Ring
You could be forgiven being an Indian giver……………
This beautifully hand crafted coin ring made from an Indian One Rupee coin has stunning floral detail. Made to your requirements, it is truly a work of art.
Note: The One Rupee is available beyond 1939 however, the quality of the silver is poor after that date.
The ring can be made to your size with your choice of finish and width. Not sure what the different options are? Click here to see more information.
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After Queen Victoria died in 1901, her elder son, King Edward VII ascended the throne. The Edward VII series of coins of India are dated 1903-1910. There are four silver coins (Rupee, 1/2 Rupee, 1/4 Rupee and 2 Annas) and three copper coins (1/4 Anna, 1/2 Pice and 1/12 Anna).
The King Edward VII coins are distinct as the head is uncrowned. The apparent explanation is that when Queen Victoria died on 22 January 1901, Edward’s coronation was not held till 09 August 1902. The master dies were created before the coronation, so it was not possible to show him wearing the crown! On 05th December 1902, it was announced that from 1st January 1903 the new coins would be issued. It is reported that a new portrait was prepared for 1910, but King Edward died the same year. The one Anna coin was introduced in 1906 and it does have a portrait of the King wearing his crown.