- The auction price for a rupee coin is Rs 10 crore
- Sold as a rare coin of British rule
A few days ago, a rupee coin was auctioned for a hefty price. Two months ago, a rare coin worth Rs 10 crore was reportedly auctioned off. This coin has a specialty. It was minted during the British rule in India. This coin was minted in 1885. What makes it rare is the coin that was printed centuries ago. On one side is inscribed the image of the British Queen. On the other hand, one rupee, India 1885 is inscribed.
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News sites, including Sea News, have been reporting on the rare bid price for a single rupee coin. This is not the first time that money lovers around the world are spending large sums on limited edition coins. A rare coin issued in 1933 was auctioned for Rs 138 crore at an auction in New York in June last year. This was no ordinary coin.
One of the most popular double eagle gold coins in the US has been sold in New York for a record price.
The uniqueness was that it was a rare coin. On one side is the Statue of Liberty, while on the other side is the coin, which features a flying eagle. The value of this coin at that time was only 20 dollars or about 1484 rupees. It is also noteworthy that the 1933 edition of “Double Eagle” never became popular. All limited coins were returned to the US government.