Cash India Wildlife Gold Coins

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CASH India Wildlife Series Gold Coins

The Treasures of India Wildlife Series is an APMEXclusive® collection dedicated to celebrating the significance of India's diverse fauna. This series features exquisite 1 oz coins crafted from .9999 fine gold, showcasing the country's most iconic animals.

The wildlife featured so far includes endangered and protected species like the snow leopard and the lion-tailed macaque, the Indian cobra, a venomous snake symbolizing wisdom and good luck, and the one-horned Indian rhinoceros, a symbol of strength, resilience, and tranquility.

This series emphasizes the beauty and significance of Indian wildlife while offering collectors a unique piece and investors a high-purity bullion coin. Each gold coin in the Treasures of India Wildlife Series is a tribute to the animals that play a vital role in the country's ecosystem and cultural lore.

Why Invest In Gold?

Investing in gold offers several compelling benefits. Gold acts as a hedge against inflation, preserving purchasing power when the value of paper currency declines. It is also considered a safe haven asset during economic uncertainty or geopolitical instability, providing stability when other investments falter.

Gold diversifies an investment portfolio, often moving inversely with stocks and bonds. Its historical ability to maintain long-term value is another key advantage, making it a reliable choice for preserving wealth over time.

Gold can be easily bought and sold in markets worldwide at a generally accepted gold price. Its status as a tangible asset also adds a sense of security that paper assets cannot offer.

CASH Coins

“CASH” coins were essential currency units during British rule in India, playing a significant role in everyday transactions and the broader economy. The term "CASH" derives from the Sanskrit word "karsa," a weight measure equal to 1/400 of a "tola," used for gold. This theory highlights the blend of local traditions with British colonial practices.

“CASH” coins were typically small denominations made from materials like copper and bronze, making them accessible for daily use. Their design often featured British insignia, symbolizing colonial authority. The introduction of these coins helped standardize currency across British India, facilitating trade and economic integration.

As the British established a more formalized monetary system, "CASH" coins were gradually replaced by standardized currencies like the rupee. Despite this transition, "CASH" coins remain significant in numismatic history, reflecting the complex economic interactions between the British colonial administration and the Indian populace.

The East India Company

Founded in 1600, the East India Company rapidly became a major British trading corporation. Known for its vast trade networks across the Indian Ocean and political control over large parts of India, the company’s influence extended beyond trade.

Queen Elizabeth I commissioned the company to transport bullion and coinage on its ships, including Britain’s first international trade coin. Later, the company received the authority to mint its own coins bearing the royal Monarch. Since its dissolution in 1874, the East India Company has been reborn as The East India Company London. Today, it offers an array of fine teas, gourmet foods, and collectable coins. The coins, serving as legal tender, are backed by the Government of St. Helena, an island in the South Atlantic Ocean.

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