So friends, today we are going to talk about the most valuable coins of this 1 paise (1 Pice) horse coin, which coins are rare, what is 1 Pice Coin Value from 1950-1955 and which should you collect?
If you have already collected such 1 paise coins, then today we are going to give you complete information about which coins can give you the highest price. And at the same time, we will also tell you that if you have any such coins then where can you sell them?
|Type of Coin||Standard circulation coin|
|Year of Launch||1950-1955|
|Face Value||1 Pice or ₹ 1/64|
1 pice coins are very rare in today’s time. These coins are rarely seen in the common household. These coins have an Ashoka Loin Capital design on the front side of the coin Government of India is also written. The back side of the coin has a horse picture. One Piece and एक पैसा is mentioned with Year and mintmark. The coin was minted with bronze metal with a weight of 2.92g. These coins were kept minting from 1950 to 1955.
1 Pice (1 Paise) coin was introduced after independence in 1950 So even before independence, 1 Pice (1 Paise) coin was issued in our country, but at that time a hole was made in the middle of these coins. So friends talk about these 1 paise coins with horses, these coins were made from brass metal.
About the value of these coins, friends had gone between 1950 and 1955, but the highest rate among them is Hyderabad in 1953 and 1955. You can identify Hyderabad mint by this (*) mint mark sign on these coins. If you have a 1954 coin in Hyderabad in such condition then you can get it up to ₹ 4000 and if you have a 1955 Hyderabad coin then you can get up to 5500 rupees in its UNC condition.
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After this, let’s talk about the most valuable coin, which is the Hyderabad coin issued in 1953, if you have such a coin, then you can get 1 such coin up to ₹ 25,000 at present.