The India Government Mint, Mumbai is one of the four mints in India and is situated in the city of Mumbai . The Mint was established in 1829 by the then governor of the Bombay Presidency. The main activity of the mint is in the production of commemorative and development-oriented coins. The mint is situated just opposite the Reserve Bank of India in the Fort area of South Mumbai.
Initially governed by the Governor of the Bombay Presidency, it was transferred to the Government of India on 18 May 1876 through a Finance Department Resolution 247. In 1918, a branch of the Royal Mint of London was set up to issue British sovereigns. In April 1919, after manufacturing 12.95 lakh (1.295 million) coins, it was shut down.
Besides coins, the Mint also produces medals of various types, for Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Home Affairs, educational institutions, social service institutions, badges etc. It is also a centre for the issuance of gold ingots in exchange of unrefined gold tendered by licensed dealers. The institution also has a separate department that makes official weights and measures such as metric weights, capacity, and linear measures for state governments, laboratories and the Bureau of Indian Standards.
|United Kingdom||1895||One Dollar 1895||3,316,063||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1896||One Dollar 1896||6,135,617||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1897||One Dollar 1897||21,286,427||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1898||One Dollar 1898||21,545,564||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1899||One Dollar 1899||30,743,159||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1900||One Dollar 1900||9,106,619||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1901||One Dollar 1901||25,684,971||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1902||One Dollar 1902||30,404,499||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1903||One Dollar 1903||3,955,647||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1904||One Dollar 1904||648,847||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1907||One Dollar 1907||1,945,726||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1908||One Dollar 1908||6,870,741||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1909||One Dollar 1909||5,954,218||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1910||One Dollar 1910||5,552,910||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1911||One Dollar 1911||37,470,509||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1912||One Dollar 1912||5,672,075||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1913||One Dollar 1913||1,566,693||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1918||Sovereign 1918||1,295,372||Letter I|
|United Kingdom||1921||One Dollar 1921||50,211||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1929||One Dollar 1929||5,100,036||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1930||One Dollar 1930||6,664,865||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1934||One Dollar 1934||17,335,205||Letter B|
|United Kingdom||1935||One Dollar 1935||6,811,995||Letter B|
|Australia||1942||Halfpenny 1942||6,000,000||.HALF PENNY.|
|Australia||1943||Halfpenny 1943||6,000,000||.HALF PENNY.|
|Dot before and after PENNY or HALF PENNY|
Dot before and after PENNY or HALF PENNY on the reverse of Australian One Penny and Half Penny coins of the "Commonwealth of Australia" type.
On trade coinage, the Bombay Mint had the letter B as mint mark.
Letter I, located: