5 Princely State Notes of India in 5 Different Denominations

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Learn about five types of Princely State Notes issued by Hyderabad in five different denominations. The 100 Rupees note features the signature of Sir Reginald R. Clancy while the 1000 rupees note depicts the signature of Hyder Nawaz Jung. Explore the basic specifications of 1 Rupee, 5 Rupees, 10 Rupees, 100 rupees and 1000 Rupees notes issued by the Princely state of Hyderabad. https://www.mintageworld.com/note/dynasty/38/

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5 Princely State Notes of India in 5 Different Denominations :

5 Princely State Notes of India in 5 Different Denominations

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Let’s take a look at five Princely State Currency Notes today in five different denominations. The first one is a machine made 1 Rupee note that was issued in Azar 14, 1329, featuring a signature of Fakhr - ud -Din Ahmad and Prefix A. The obverse side depicted the text Sarkar -e-Ali in Urdu and an image of a Hyderabad One Rupee Coin. The 1335 Hijri year is specified on the top left corner of the obverse, while the Regnal Year 8 is shown on top right corner of the reverse side.

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If you like collecting princely state rupees then you must look for these 5 Rupees notes that were issued on 1 Farwardi 1347, with the signature of Fakhr-Yar Jung and a prefix ranging from MD to MF. The obverse side depicts the text Sarkar -e-Ali in Urdu along with a six digit serial number repeated twice on both sides. Denomination is mentioned in Marathi, Telugu, O.S. Rs. FIVE, Kannada and PAANCH RUPYE in Urdu. O.S. stands for Osmania Sicca .

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This 10 Rupees princely state currency note was issued in the year 1 Aban 1333 featuring the signature of Hyder Nawaz Jung and a prefix ranging from AL to AP. The obverse side depicts the Urdu text Sarkar -e-Ali along with a five digit serial number repeated twice. The denomination is shown in Marathi, Telugu, O.S. Rs. TEN and Kannada. DUS RUPYE is printed in Urdu in lower two corners.

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This 100 Rupees note from Hyderabad features a signature of Sir Reginald R. Clancy and a prefix that ranged from PR to PS.The note is signed as " Moni-ul-Muham Finance". Its title and signature is overprinted. The text " Balda Hyderabad Deccan" is printed in Urdu in bottom right. A ship named S.S. Egypt carrying a consignment of Hyderabad notes of 5, 10 and 100 Rupees from England to India sank off the French coast. These unsigned notes have a rubber stamp showing the details of the shipwreck. They are also known as 'Sea Salvage' notes.

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These beautiful 1000 Rupees Princely State Notes were issued in the year 1 Aban 1334 featuring the signature of Hyder Nawaz Jung and a prefix AA. The denomination is shown in Marathi, Telugu, O.S. Rs. ONE THOUSAND and Kannada. Promise text reads the text EK HAZAR SICCA OSMANIA. There are many other fascinating varieties for each of the denominations mentioned in this presentation. Keep looking for them!

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