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1985 Crisp Uncirculated Banknote One Hundred Rupees Reserve Bank of India P 85A

  • $ 49.99

Description: A nice crisp uncirculated one hundred rupees banknote issued by the Reserve Bank of India. The note has the image of the Ashoka pillar to the right and is black and blue on multi-colored underprint with tan coloring on the center. The back, which has the same colors as the front, shows the image of a dam, electric towers, women planting rice, women harvesting tea leaves, and a man on a tractor. There is orange- and yellow-colored ears of wheat in the center. The banknote has a watermark depicting Ashoka pillar and a solid security thread right of center. It has one signature on the front, that of Malhorta the Governor of the Reserve Bank Of India. The front also displays the serial number and series in red twice. This particular note has the serial number 48J076 and it is from series 9PW. Please carefully review the scans presented as they are part and parcel of our description.

Date: The note has no date but was issued in the period February 1985 through December 1990 when Mr. Malhorta served as Governor of the Reserve Bank of India.

Printer: India Security Press.

Size: The note measures ~6 3/16" by ~2 7/8".

Pick Number: P85A and is listed in the Banknote Book as B268a.

Condition: I would grade the note as crisp uncirculated. The note has no folds, no tears, no splits, no graffiti, no stains, and no soiling. The note has no folds or creases. The note has no pinholes, no graffiti, and its edges are intact with no roughness. Its corners are intact, with no bumps and are fully squared. It retains its stiffness, crispiness, and sheen. A nice and very desirable note, which would make a nice addition to your collection. Please see scans for additional condition information.

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