1 Rupee Rare 150 Years of India Post Coin in Gem Unc Condition

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The first Postage Stamp of India, for use in the entire
country, was issued in 1854. To commemorate the 150th anniversary of this event a 1 rupee
commemorative coin was issued on 4th October,2004. The other coin issued in this theme, in the
denomination of 100 rupees, was only issued as proof and uncirculated specimens.

REVERSE :-- The reverse of this coin shows postage stamp with the logo of India Post, the
legend ”INDIA POST”, “150” and “YEARS” in English. It also shows “2004” -- the year of
issue, and “Bharatiya Dak” , and “Varsh” in Hindi.

OBSERVE: The observe of the coin shows the Ashokan lion at the center and the value ‘50’ just
below it. In English “INDIA” and “PAISE” appear on the right side periphery and in Hindi
“Bharat” and “Paise” appear on the left side.

Minted at – Kolkata

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Year: 2004

Metal: Ferratic Stainless Steel

Weight: 4.85 Grams

Size: 25 mm

Shape: Circular