Treasures from Museums of India - Salar Jung Stamp


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The Salar Jung Museum stamp of 200 paise shows two jewellry arms. The dagger and knife are believed to belong to the Mughal Emperor Jehangir and his consort Nur Jahan. The handles of both the dagger and the knife are made of white jade encrusted with flowers of ruby and leaves of emerald. The pendant attached to the dagger is shaped as a flower in white jade and encrusted with floral motif carved out of rubies and emeralds.
1 single stamp with lower right margin

Issue Year: 27-Jul-78

Condition: good condition, toned spots

Type/Series: Commemorative

Denomination: 200 paise

Color: Multicolor

Product Code: 984-1L32
Note : Serial number will vary from image.

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This product is developed and offered to notaphilists, numismatists and philatelists for collection purpose.
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The product over 100 years. Not to be sold overseas.
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