Mewar coins online catalog with values

Principality of Mewar (566-1949)

Mewar is a historical region in Rajasthan.
The state was founded by the rulers of the Nagada Ahar region in Udaipur. In the 10th century it became independent.
At the beginning of the 16th century, the principality became one of the largest in Northern India.
After the arrival of the Mughals in the region, Mewar gradually declined due to constant battles.
In 1615, the principality submitted to the Mughal Empire.
In 1707, independence was restored, but then Mewar became a tributary of the Maratha Empire.
In 1818, Mewar became a British protectorate.
In 1947, the princely state joined the Indian Union.



Mewar Rupee=16 anna; Anna=4 paisa; Paisa=3 pai

coin Mewar 1/2 paisa no date (1760-1810)
1/2 paisa no date (1760-1810)

Value - 10-15 USD



Fatteh Singh (1885-1930)

coin Mewar 1 rupee 1928
1 rupee 1928

Value - 20-25 USD


coin Mewar 2 annas 1928
1/16 rupee 1928

Value - 10-15 USD



Bhupal Singh (1930-1947)

coin Mewar 1/2 anna 1942
1/2 anna 1942

Value - 7-10 USD


coin Mewar 1/4 anna 1942
1/4 anna 1942

Value - 5-8 USD






Coins of Mewar in the catalog are presented divided by historical periods, indicating the main characteristics and differences by type.
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