One of those beautiful embossed lithographic cards the Germans were fond of producing that depicted, probably in actual size, coinage and their equivalencies from different parts of the world. this represents the selection from British India, breaking down annas (16 to a rupee) into pice (4 to an anna) and pies (12 to a pice). Finally, the center chart converts the rupee into major world currencies. This card is dated on the back to 1931, a time when currencies still held their exchange value for decades.
British Empire Coins Embossed