Friends, in today’s post we are going to give you information about the coins of year 1982 and year 1990. In this article we are going to focus only on the larger size coins of ₹2 which were issued with a weight of 8 grams. what’s the 2 Rupees Coin Value in today’s time let’s find out.

Years | 1982-1990 |
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Face value | 2 Rupees |

Metal | Copper-Nickel |

Weight | 8 g |

Diameter | 28 mm |

Thickness | 1.93 mm |

Shape | Round |

Such National Integration coins of ₹2 were first issued in the year 1982. In 1982, these coins were introduced into the market as commemorative coins, while in 1990, coins with the same design were reissued as Definitive Coins. Along with this, ₹2 9th Asian Games coins were also issued in the year 1982 and these coins also weighed 8 grams, these coins were also commemorative coins. The ₹2 coins commemorating the 9th Asian Games and National Integration used copper nickel metal and were issued from the mints of Bombay and Calcutta. Whereas the coins issued in the year 1990 were issued from the mints of Mumbai, Kolkata and Hyderabad.In these coins of 1990, you can see two varieties of coins, one variety is with security on the front and the other variety is with reeded edge.

Now let us talk about the price of such coins.

If we talk about such ₹2 coins of 1982, the price of these National Integration coins in very fine condition ranges from 15 to 20 rupees. In extra fine condition such coins have a value of Rs 25 to ₹ 30. In UNC i.e. like new condition, such coins are sold at a value of Rs 50 to Rs 60. These coins also include Ninth Asian Games coins and their value is similar to the National Integration coins.

Apart from this, if we talk about the coins of 1990 Mumbai and Calcutta mints coins also cost Rs 25 to 30 in extra fine condition. The price ranges from Rs 50 to Rs 60 in condition. Apart from this, if we talk about Hyderabad mints coins, then such coins have a value of Rs 150 to Rs 250 in UNC condition. After this, if we talk about coins with reeded edge So such coins have a value of Rs 700 to Rs 800. The coins minted in Mumbai and Calcutta range from Rs 150 to Rs 250 with reeded edges.