A token issued by Narangalla Estate in Badulla district, Uva Province, Ceylon for ¾ task of picking ¾ Bushel
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Not illustrated in Pridmore, described by him from sketches. The number ¾ is assumed to represent a three Quarter task.
The existance of also the ½ for half task, is the justification of them being called coffee tokens.
* The Coins of British Commonwealth of Nations to the end of the reign of George VI 1952 Part 2 - Asian Territories by F. Pridmore Spink & Son Ltd., 1965.
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