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India 1 Rupee 1989

Item Code: IN-78A

Obverse: One Rupee coin with four Lions Capital of Asoka Pillar on it. Ashoka Pillar was sculpted from
sandstone, preserved at Sarnath Museum, was originally erected around 250 BCE at Sarnath. Reverse: One
Rupee coin; Offshore oil drilling platform (oil rig)
Sagar Samrat designed by Offshore Company Mercury Class and
built by Mitsubishi at Hiroshima shipyard and delivered in 1973
. Watermark: Four Lions Capital of Ashoka Pillar.
Signature:
Gopi K. Arora (Finance Secretary, Ministry of Finance ). Printer: Security Printing and Minting
Corporation of India Limited (SPMCIL).
 

 
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Original Size: 97 x 63 mm
 

Texts: Government of India; One Rupee.

 

Remark: Production of 1 Rupee banknote denomination was discontinued in March 1994.

 
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