Dec 18, 2011

RARE COINS OF REPUBLIC INDIA

Defining absolute rarity of a coin is not possible. But whatever possible is, someone can estimate the rarity of a coin based on experience and exposure. We can classify the degree of rarity of coins based on their actual mintage and  availability in market. These two criteria can be used for defining the degree of rarity of a coin. thus coins can classified into following categories based on their rarity.
  1. Extremely rare   - Eg: 1955 2 Anna
  2. Rare                    - Eg: 1982 One Rupee (Small)
  3. Slightly rare        - Eg: Netaji Subhash Chandra Bhose 2 Rupee 1996
  4. Scarce                 - Eg: Tilakji Cu-Ni 5 Rupee Broken Legend
  5. Slightly Scarce   - Eg: 2004 2 Rupee, Kolkata Mint
  6. Easily available  - Eg: 2011 one Rupee, Mudra saymbol, Noida mint
One Pice- 1954 Hyderabad Mint (Split Diamond Mint Mark)



5 Paisa, Hyderabad Mint 

1996 20 Paise, Hyderabad Mint

 20 Paise-1997, Hyderabad Mint

IX Asian Games Delhi -1982, Hyderabad Mint
 50 Paise- 1982, Kolkata Mint

One Rupee-1954, Bombay Mint 

One Rupee- 1970, Mumbai Mint

One Rupee-1986, Hyderabad Mint

One Rupee- 1988, Noida Mint

1996 2 Rupee, Subhas Chandra Bose

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3 comments:

  1. Hi Shridhar
    I am S.D.Sharma from Nagpur.I have gone through your blog Nice Study !! keep it up.One thing I want to confirm from your side is that the 5 rs coin of vaishno devi shrine board is found to be having error in the legend is it right ? Insead of satyamev "sanyamev" is there. I have checked my 20 coins they all are carring this correction. 9822719557

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  2. I found this blog very interesting....

    Coins of India

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  3. Amazing Republic India Coins, Thanks for sharing this compressive information.
    Coins Of Republic India
    Thanks.

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