1837 Maharaja Ranjit Singh Sikh Empire Coin - Lahore
Originally designed in 1837, this coin was the last coin ever personally commissioned into circulation by Maharaja Ranjit Singh himself for production in the Lahore Mint.
Frontside: Featuring a twelve pointed sun-burst star with Maharaja Ranjit Singh facing right in center.
Backside: Beautiful poem written in Farsi that says: "Bahara cheh shenidi az mohabat? Mara bi Panjab na mohabat"
Translation: "Oh spring what have you heard of love? Without Punjab there is no love."
*This is the first re-production replica of this coin since 1837, a time when the Sikh Empire was alive in all its beautiful glory and love.
*We HIGHLY recommend purchasing the coin holder as well. It's beautiful for displaying your coin.