TIBET: AR 1 1/2 srang (5.77g), Trabshi mint, year 16-10 (1936). PCGS AU58

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TIBET: AR 1 1/2 srang (5.77g), Trabshi mint, year 16-10 (1936). PCGS AU58
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TIBET: AR 1½ srang (5.77g), Trabshi mint, year 16-10 (1936), Y-24, YZM-509, Autonomous Tibetan issue, snow lion facing left at center with Himalayan range behind with two suns above and ornament below, legend dga' ldan pho brang phyogs las rnam rgyal in eight syllables between inner circle and an outer circle of pearls arranged in groups of two syllables, separated by Buddhist emblems: pair of fish, conch, endless knot and parasol // vase containing foliage with scroll ornaments either side and below, legend: rab byung bcu drug lo bcu srang 1/5 ("cycle sixteen, year ten, 1½ srang"), separated by four of the auspicious symbols: the banner of victory (north), lotus (east and west) and wheel (south), PCGS graded AU58, ex George Anderson Collection. The expression indicating the denomination srang 1/5 (1 over 5) has to be understood as meaning sr ang-ga ng zho lnga ("one srang and five sho").