5 Rupees Gem Unc Coin of 60 Years of India Govt. Mint Kolkata 1952-2012

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Kolkata mint was established 250 years back in 1757. In the year
1952, it was merely shifted to new premises at Alipore. The Alipore Mint was opened by the
Honorable Finance Minister of Government of India Shree C. D. Deshmukh on the 19 March
1952. The full operation for the coinage and preparation of medals, decorations and badges
started in Alipore Mint from this date. In commemoration of the establishment of the new mint at
Alipore, Kolkata, this 5 rupees coin was issued on 31.03.2012, for general circulation. Another
coin in the denomination of 60 rupees was also issued, which will only to be issued in UNC and
Proof sets.

REVERSE:- The reverse face of this coin shows the SPMCIL logo, profile of Mint Building &
1962-2012. This is flanked by words '60 Years of India Government Mint Kolkata' in English &

OBSERVE --. The top portion contains words “Bharat” in Hindi and "INDIA" in English, The
bottom portion shows "Rupaye" in Hindi and "RUPEES" in English.The center portion bears the
“Lion capitol” of Ashok Pillar with the legend “Satyameva Jayate” in Hindi inscribed below, the
prominent International numeral “5” indicates the denomination.

Minted at – Bombay(C), Calcutta(C), Hyderabad(C), Noida(C)

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Year: Released 2012, Issued 2013

Metal: Ferratic Stainless Steel

Weight: 6 Grams

Size: 23 mm

Shape: Circular

Mint: Bombay(C), Calcutta(C), Hyderabad(C), Noida(C)