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India Ngc Ms 62 1840 Rupee Km-457.3 Continuous Legend Rainbow Cadbury Gems For Sale

India Ngc Ms 62 1840 Rupee Km-457.3 Continuous Legend Rainbow Cadbury Gems


WASSSSSUP' YOU TONING FREAKS!!!!
ARE YOU A FREAK LIKE ME?
The last two pictures for the most accurately display a flat viewing or 2 Dimensional view of this coin-
Cartwheel luster accentuates the colors-
Colors remind me of some Cadbury GEMS, no chocolate, no PANDA Bears, no GANESH are include in this sale fellas'-
Only in spirit guys-
OBVERSE: The effigy of Queen Victoria is outlined/highlighted with electric turquoise blue/sky blue/electric moss/amber moss at a 5 degree angle, and gets more intense. The words "VICTORIA QUEEN" are highlighted in the same color blend as listed above, and so is the outer Rim is mainly Moss/Amber. The fields are a silvery grey as shown. The coin has some luster as well which is better in some surface areas than others. The colors are much more vivid than shown in all the pictures for the Rainbow? Again, these colors are more vivid or intense than shown as well and colors are seen at NO ANGLE, get better, and better with a TILT.PICTURE 1 accurately depicts the REVERSE.We have everything outside of the wreath that is colored electric blue,amber orange,turquoise blue, india ink blue, metallic seafoam, pastel electric yellow. The inner circle is colored where the words "ONE RUPEE" as written begin the colors of faded metallic yellow, light tangerine, a purple derivative, and the underlying silver grey.
Nice strike-
Plain truncation meaning no mintmark at the base of the neck-
10 Berries on the Left wreath9 Berries on the Right wreath
How much more difficult is Continuous Legend "condition wise" to find than the Divided Legend as a series?
MADRAS Divided's are a completely different story ya'll-
Was the Divided Legend series struck more than 10 years before the Divided Legend series?
Read some of my thoughts from late December 2012:
"The perceived scarcity of the 1878 1/4 is still believed to this day, and can be marketed as "scarce". Technically speaking the mintage is the mintage, Krause makes no notation of this information, and I have read the footnote as well in Pridmore's notes. This explains why the 1879 1/4 Rupee is tougher to get than 1878 1/4 Rupee, and why the 1880 1/4 is tougher to find than 1879. The 1906 One Anna i'm not so sure about, but we will never know the answer. It could have been that a small quantity of 1907 One Anna coins were struck in 1906 200,000 or maybe it was a proposed mintage that was never minted, and there is only a pattern. Whereas the 1938 1/2 pice there is a mintage listed, but there was a die for the coin, and this coin is only found in proof/restrike only. There was no die for the business strike 1906 one Anna issue. The 1938 Rupee was never struck in 1938, and first struck in the late part of 1939 in "small quantity" as noted by Pridmore. The bulk of the 1938 Rupee dated mintage was struck in 1940, and the 1939 dated mintage was struck in 1940 as well. Pleaase keep in mind as well that the 1940 Rupee coin mintage is not all coins, and part of the mintage includes One Rupee paper notes. So this would imply nobody can distinguish when the quote was no longer "in effect" or how consistent the mint was with actual coins struck or proposed mintage records. Of course the records mean something. But which period did this begin and when did it stop? The EIC or The "entire" Imperial Period? The quote certainly dost not hold true for the 1938 and 1939 dated Rupee coins. So is it true for the 1906 One Anna coin? The 1906 One Anna coin was a pattern issue only, or was it stuck as a proposed new coinage? Was it a planned mintage, and never minted? I'll never know the true answer, and the mule mintage completely stumps me. According to Pridmore the DIVIDED LEGEND TYPE II 1/4 Rupees were first struck by Calcutta between the dates of July 1850-April 1851 The Bombay Mint followed suit by striking this denomination between the dates of February 1851-August 1851 The date on the mule coin is 1840, but the mule wasn't struck until 1851 at the earliest according to Pridmore. It certainly could not have been struck in 1840 The DIVIDED LEGEND or TYPE II dies went into striking production in 1851 by two mints: Bombay and Calcutta. So which mint made the MULE? Nobody knows the answer, and these mints did share dies from time to time as well. So here is what I want know. When the DIVIDED LEGEND dated 1840 1/4 Rupees were first struck in 1851, which mint recorded what figure, and most importantly what year did they enter the data? Fiscal retroactive 1840? 1851? 1852? 1853? 1854? Did they combine all the records? It's best to ask Marty McFly. Only he can find out, and quell our curiosity. Curiosity ain't going to kill me though.....meeeeeooooooooow.......there are better curiosities that could murder me. For example : Does Ganesh (Ganpati) prefer Toned Milk or Whole Milk? Then I wonder if he likes Bournvita or Nestle's Strawberry Quick in his milk of choice-" cranko-
Your paypal payment address must be the same as the checkout address for delivery-I will not ship to a different shipping address other than a matching address-
Noshipments to India-buyers may offer but may only have coins delivered to a USA address, and the following is applicable:
Your paypal payment address must be the same as the checkout address for delivery-I will not ship to a different shipping address other than a matching address-No exceptions, and please don't ask-Be well, and stay well-Good luck offerding, thank you kindly for your continued support, and business-Sincerely, Sanjayplease read all that is listed below before you offer- I will only ship up to 12 slabs in one package Internationally. If you win more than 12 slabs you will have to payaseparateshipping charge for the second package as well. I cannot fit more than that quantity in an envelope. Please contact me in advance for details if you expectdelivery in India oryoubelieve you fall under this/these category.
shipment to United Kingdom : Express Mail ONLY, $40, my cost is $44.45
shipment to Australia : Express Mail ONLY, $40, my cost is $44.45
shipment to Canada :Express Mail ONLY, $29.50, my cost is $34.45shipment to China, Hong Kong, China, Pacific Rim :Registered Mail ONLY, $29.50, my cost is $36.45*ask questions well in advance, and please DO NOT PAYuntil you have beenINVOICED please unless you are in the USA!
*please pay within 48 hours or reconsider your offer*if I have to file a "non-payment case" against you through we will never do business again*i need money just like you*probably more than you do*i will not end the sale early*please don't ask*please offer*shipping in the USA $8.99 flat fee for all items unless noted*shipping abroad is only via registered mail*no exceptions*registered mail usually takes up to 15-20 BUSINESS days, and I have no control over delivery time in any Country*please keep that in mind*the charge abroad will be $29.50 flat for all items which costs me $36.45*unless the package is going to the Canada ($29.50),UK,and Australia which the items will be sent Express Mail only for a rate of $40 UK/AUSTRALIA which costs me $39 or $30 to Canada*i am paying $34.45 for registered mail, but have to pay for the brown tape, ink, packagingmaterials, and most important my time*i am paying the following rates for EXPRESS MAIL TO UK/AUSTRALIA $45.50 my cost, and $34 my cost to Canada*please keep that in mind as well*i will only ship to your registered paypal address*no exceptionsgood luckcranko-


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