Notes of Rs 10 and coins of Rs and Rs 1 can bring up to lacs online
Recently some websites are looking for old Indian Notes and coins for trading, and those with special serial numbers can be lucky to get lakhs of rupees. For example, people who have a collection of notes with serial number 786 can exchange the notes for a reasonable sum.
These rare currency Notes and coins are hardly found in the market, and 786 are considered lucky. That is the reason why this number has significance in currency notes. If anyone already has these rare currencies, he can visit coin bazaar websites, create an account there, and put out the expected price of those currency notes and coins. Interested buyers will contact him directly.
Old Rs 10 coins with the Vaishno Mata engraved on it; and old Rs one note of 1977 to 1979 with the signature of former Principal Secretary Ministry of Finance Hirubhai M Patel, who worked under the Prime Minister Morarji Desai, can bring a lump sum amount of money.
If someone has a numerical series of 00786 having the signature of former RBI governor D Subbarao on Rs hundred, it can be sold for around Rs 2000. A Rs 10 note with an Ashoka pillar and a boat on opposite sides can fetch Rs 25000. So people having these old rare assets can negotiate for a reasonable sum of money through web portals like Coin Bazaar and IndiaMART.