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Title: Five Indian Notes From Five Different Categories

Five Indian Notes From Five Different Categories
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  • Lets take a close look at a few examples of
    Indian notes that were issued by various
    authorities in different eras. To start with, we
    present this 16 Rupees note that was issued
    somewhere between 1823 and 1829 by Bank of Bengal
    under East India Company.
  • These currency notes in India were printed on
    handmade white paper without year date and the
    same design was used to print 4, 10 and 20 Sicca
    Rupees as well. The vignette features a seated
    tiger on an octagonal panel, the watermark shows
    Ashokan pillar, while the denomination is
    mentioned in Hindi, Persian, and Bangla.

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  • Heres another example of old notes of India from
    a different category, as they were issued during
    the colonial times. These 20 Rupees Uniface notes
    were issued for Bombay circle featuring a
    portrait of Queen Victoria.
  • These currency notes of India were printed on
    handmade white paper and were issued on 10th June
    1864. The text 'Government of India',
    denomination in Bangla, Persian name of
    Sub-Circle as an overprint, signature of Sir
    james Wilson, the finance member of legislative
    Council, signature of Lord canning, the Governor
    General, are also featured on the note.

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  • These rare notes of India were issued by
    Hyderabad state with the signature of Fakhr-Yar
    Jung. They bore the denomination 10 Rupees and
    were printed on machine-made paper.
  • It featured the text Currency Note Sarkar-e-Ali
    in Urdu, Coat of Arms, watermark window, text
    "DUS RUPYE SICCA OSMANIA" in words. The
    denomination on these Indian notes was written in
    Marathi, Telugu, Kannada, Persian, and English.

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  • These currency notes of India fall under a
    different category as they were issued for
    Portuguese colonies somewhere between 1509 and
    1515. It bore the denomination 300 Escudos and
    was printed on Mould Made Paper. It featured the
    signature of the then-Governor, Francisco Jose
    Vieira Machado.
  • The language panel on these notes of India
    featured 4 Languages, Urdu, Marathi, Gujarati and
    Konkani. The obverse side depicted a portrait of
    Afonso de Albuquerque. Other texts such as "BANCO
    also printed on the note.

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  • These Indian notes belong to the most recent
    category as they were issued by the Government of
    India after independence in the year 1949. They
    bore the denomination 1 rupee and featured the
    signature of K R K Menon.
  • 8 languages including Urdu, Hindi, Bangla,
    Telugu, Tamil, Kannada, Gujarati and Oriya were
    included in the language panel while the vignette
    depicted the Ashokan Pillar Capital. Now that
    youve learned about these notes of India, try
    building a set of Indian Notes from different
    time periods.
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