1 Rupee Coins Value 2004-2006

The ₹1 cross coins between 2004 and 2006 were issued for a very short period of time. Before 2004 there was a different type of design most popular on ₹1 coin which has crop engraved on the coin. In 2004 a new design of coins was introduced with the theme of unity in diversity, which has a cross. Let’s discuss 1 Rupee Coins Value 2004-2006 in 2024.

There was a controversy after the release of these coins. There was a cross-like sign on the coin which actually represented different types of cultures and unity in diversity. However, some people find that it represents a certain religion’s symbol. So because of this controversy, these coins were only minted for the three years 2004, 2005, and 2006.

Design

CountryIndia 
Type of CoinStandard circulation coin
Year of Launch2004-2006
Face Value1 Rupee
MetalFerritic Stainless Steel
Weight4.85 g
Diameter25 mm
ShapeRound

So if you want to know about the price of these coins in today’s time you can follow these articles. But first, let me tell you about the design and specifications of this coin. One side of this coin has Bharat and India written on the top on the middle side there is an Ashoka pillar and Rs 1, at the bottom side the year and the mint mark of the coin are mentioned. The other side of the coin एक रुपया and ONE RUPEE is mentioned and there is a symbol of unity in diversity which is a four dot and X-like symbol presented.

The metal used in these coins is ferratic stainless steel and the weight of the coin is 4.85 grams. The diameter of this coin is 25 mm and the shape is round. 

1 Rs Coins 2004-2006 Price

Now let us talk about the price and value of these ₹1 coins. As we have already mentioned there were only three years of these coins minted, which were 2004, 2005, and 2006. The coins issued in these 3 years were minted only in limited quantities over the years from some mints. Some of these coins are quite rare. It is a bit difficult to find such coins these days in the market, due to which their prices also have increased. It is a bit difficult to find such coins these days, due to which their price has also increased. As time is passing, the number of people who collect the coins is also increasing, due to which the value of coins has also increased a lot these days. 

So talking about the Rarest coin, which is from the year 2004 and was only minted by Bombay Mint, today such coins are priced between ₹ 1000 to ₹ 2500 in UNC condition. The same 2005 Bombay mint coins are priced from ₹20 to ₹150 as per the condition. 

2005’s Kolkata, Hyderabad, and Noida mint coins are common but if they are in uncirculated condition then the price is between 10 to 40 rupees per coin.

Talking about the coins of the year 2006 which were minted only in Noida mint are scarce, their price can start from Rs 20 and go up to Rs 150 when they are in like new condition.

So friends, now you know how much the price of these coins with a cross symbol of ₹ 1 has increased in today’s time? Share this post with others and you can also subscribe to our YouTube channel.

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