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Rs Indian Currency Notes Bundles Images

A-54 1990 Bimal Jalan 1 Indian Rupee Complete Bundle of 100 Notes 114101 to 114200 (Both notes inclusive) Serial numbers have been printed in several locations.. please see video below. These bundles were only available with four prefixes: D E F and G. You will get the same package as the one seen in the photographs. 2,600 rupees

On August 25, 2017, the Reserve Bank of India announced the launch of Rs 200 denomination notes. The new Rs 200 note was launched to simplify exchange operations for the average man and to give a full range of denominations for lower-value transactions. The new notes, however, are only accessible via a limited number of RBI offices and banks. The note is yellowish-orange in color and measures 66 mm x 146 mm. The new 200 note has a design inspired by the Sanchi Stupa. Additionally, the new note has raised printing of Mahatma Gandhi's face, the Ashoka Pillar symbol, the raised identifying mark H with micro-text Rs 200, and four angular bleed lines on both the right and left sides with two circles in between the lines. 500 rupee note

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The 500-rupee banknote (â1500) is an Indian rupee denomination. The 1500 note was introduced in 1987, followed by the 11,000 note in 2000, while the 11 and 12 notes were phased out in 1995. Since 10 November 2016, the current â1500 banknote has been in circulation. It is part of the Mahatma Gandhi New Series. The former Mahatma Gandhi Series banknotes, which were in circulation from October 1987 until November 2016, were demonetised on 8 November 2016. On 8 November 2016, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the demonetization of the Mahatma Gandhi Series' 1500 banknotes as a strategy to combat corruption and solve the problem of counterfeit banknotes in India. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] The former currency was replaced on 10 November 2016 by a new â1500 banknote from the Mahatma Gandhi New Series of banknotes. [7]

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