1757 30 Tari Obverse

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Other 30 Tari dates 1756- 1757- 1758- 1759- 1761- 1768 -1777 -1779- 1781- 1789- 1790 - 1795- 1798

DOT in front of first M
ObvP20 1757 RS066 ObvP21 1757 RS066
1- Dot in front of M
2 - Three rows of beads.
3 - Centre dots horizontal
4 - L in EMMANVEL has truncated top.

5 - 1 in Date is narrow at bottom
1 - Dot in front of M
2 - Two rows of beads
, tops of mantling one left one right
3- Row of beads broken
4-
Broken P
ObvP22 1757 RS066 ObvP23 1757 RS066
1 - Dot in front of M
2 - Two rows of beads
, tops of mantling one left one right
3- Dots Horizontal
4 - Row of beads broken
5- Extra beads
1- Dot in front of M and M to left of Mantling.
2- Two rows of beads
, tops of mantling one left one right
3- Dots Horizontal
4- Row of beads broken
ObvP24 1757 RS063,064,066,070 & 074 ObvP25 1757 RS
 1- Dot in front of M
 2- Three rows of beads, Two tops of mantling both left
 
3- Two dots next to crown
1- Dot in front of M
 2- Three rows of beads, Tops of mantling one left one right
 
3- Ribbon shallow
No DOT in front of first M
ObvP30 1757 RS065 & 067 ObvP31 1757 RS069
1- No dot in front of M
2- Two rows of beads
, tops of mantling one left one right
3- Dots at 30 degrees
4- Row of beads broken
5- Extra beads

1- No dot in front of M
2-
Large last 7 in Date

3- Dot next to crown

ObvP32 1757 RS068 ObvP33 1757 RS064 & 067
1- No dot in front of M
2-
Dot after Date
1- No dot in front of M
2- Three rows of beads, two tops of mantling both left
3- Top of L and Bottom of P extended
4- Row of beads broken by mantling
ObvP34 1757 RS067 ObvP35 1757 RS067
1 - No dot in front of M
2 - Three rows of beads, two tops of mantling both left
3- Doubled H
1- No dot in front of M
2- Three rows of beads, two tops of mantling both left
3- Dots at 30 degrees
4- Row of beads Not broken
5- Less beads
6- Two small beads (Vertical) between large beads
Note: This Obv used in Chinese forgeries
ObvP37 1757 RS ObvP38 1757 RS
1- No dot before M and M to the left of mantling. 1 - No dot in front of M
2 - Three rows of beads, Two tops of mantling both left
3- Dots at 30 degrees
4 - Row of beads not broken
5- Top row of beads broken
ObvP39 1757 RS ObvP43 1757 RS067
1 - No dot in front of M
2 - Two rows are very thick
3- O in Pinto close to mantling
1 - No dot in front of M
2 - Two rows of beads, two tops of mantling both left
3-
Row of beads broken
4- Less beads
5- Two dots
ObvP44 1757 RS067, 071& 072 ObvP45 1757 RS073
1- No dot in front of M
2- Three rows of beads, two tops of mantling both left,
3   Dots at 30 degrees
4- Row of beads not broken
5- Extra beads
6- Dot on border line

1- EMMAVEL instead of EMMANVEL (missing N)
Refer to Memoies Numismatiques by Furse 1885.

I do not believe that this coin does excite, as I think it is an error made by the artist that drew the coin.

ObvP46 1757 RS ObvP47 1757 RS

1 - No dot in front of M
2 - Three rows of beads, two tops of mantling both left
3- Two separate narrow mantling

1 - No dot in front of M
2 - Three rows of beads, two tops of mantling facing left
3- 7 close to cro
wn
4- Bottom of V doubled