Posted on 22.08.13:
The Back of the above Banknote showing the year of issue as 2012.
Posted on 28.09.13:
A Rs.1000/- Banknote with a Plain Inset issued in 2013.
The Back of the above Banknote showing the year of issue as 2013.
9) The Reserve Bank of India destroys several million pieces of soiled currency notes of various denominations every year (i.e. Rs.1000/-, Rs.500/-, Rs.100/-, Rs.50/-,Rs.20/-, Rs.10/- and upto Rs.5/- categories). For example, during 2010-11, RBI destroyed an aggregate of 13,852 million pieces of various denominations. This results in adding more value to the notes in Collectors’ possession with the passage of time.
Links to other Posts on Indian Currency Notes on this Blog:
Classification and Valuation of Rs.500/- Notes
Classification and Valuation of Rs.100/- Notes
Classification and Valuation of Rs.50/- Notes
Classification and Valuation of Rs.20/- Notes
Classification and Valuation of Rs.10/- Notes
Classification and Valuation of Rs.5/- Notes
Did-you-know-series-1: Assists for identification of Currency Notes by visually challenged users
Did-you-know-series-2-what-is-design-or focus of the picture at the back of circulating Currency Notes in India?
Are you carrying a Fake Rs.500/- Banknote in your purse/wallet?: A comprehensive study