where are this one from

I can't ffind this coin/medal, where is it from?

It weight 29 gram, and is about 4 mm thick, Has it any value?

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  • Where do you get all these weird coins, Tina!?! They are hard to find.

    One side is obviously George VI of the UK. The monogram is well known.

    The other side has the flag of Pakistan.

    After many false starts, I entered 'pakistan george' into the database search and, voila! The description says:

    Pakistan, George VI, Independence medal, cupro-nickel, 36.22g. 1947 awarded to 2204440 SPR Fazal Din RPA. Very fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 1,000 - 1,500...

    My pictured one sold for $35 US dollars.

    Did you find out anything about that large copper coin with the tughra?

  • Thank you for the answer Paul :-)

    The Coins is from my husband coincollection, and i have more I cant find, and I will ccome with more post this evening:-) you are a very big help for me.

    No I haven't found more about thee Tughraen, and I really want to know if it is fake, because I am gone to sell the Coin collection we have :-)

    Best regards Tina

  • Don't post too many. I'm overwhelmed!

    Be sure to read our 'How To Sell' page here:


  • Thank You Paul

    My husband has collectet coins, since he was 9 or 10 years, and as i told, are going to sell them, I have written all the coins in too an excel sheet, and there is about 3500 coins, most from Scandinavia, and then ther is the joker's i have postede on this side, but a very big job to do that, I am very happy for your help.



  • Tina -- There is a big difference between an 'accumulation' of coins and a 'collection' of coins. Many people simply set aside coins without knowing anything about them. Such 'accumulations' are seldom valuable. True collectors understand what they are doing. Their 'collections' are always valuable.

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