5 Rupees coin (World of Work)
5 Rupees Commemorative are being minted since 1985. 5 Rs coins are some of the common coins today but in 1994, 5 Rupees coins can be bought a lot of goods for you.
5 Rupee Commemorative World of work I.L.O 1919-1994 Coin. This 5 rs coin was launched in 1994.
We are going to discuss in this article the ILO coin which was launched in 1994, this one is related to the labor community which has completed 75 years. 5 Rupees ILO coins are one the rare coins that you can collect.
This coin is made from copper and Nickel, and the weight of the coin is 8.9 grams. The diameter or Size is 23.3 mm the shape of the coin is round.
if you see the coin closely on the front side of the coin you can see Bharat and India and five rupees also you can see the Ashok Stambh in the middle part let’s take a look at the backside of this coin it has written on its “Shram Jagat” world of work, also you can see the logo of ILO and 1919 to 1994 the symbol in the middle of the coin represent the International Labour Organisation this coin was minted in Mumbai and Hyderabad for Mumbai mint there is a mint mark of diamond shape on it and for Hyderabad mint, there is a star mark on the coin.
Minted at Bombay, Hyderabad & Noida Mints
|Type of Coin||Commemorative coin|
|Year of Launch||1994|
|Face Value||5 Rupees|
World of Work – 75 Years of ILO
Asoka Lion Capital is a picture that can be seen in the Front side of the coin.
रूपये 5 RUPEES
Symbol of the International Labour Organization
Value of 5 Rupees ILO coin
5 Rupees ILO coins price depends on the coin’s condition, a good-condition coin can give a high value, and UNC (New Like) coins will increase their value. So always collect coins in good condition so that its
This coin Value in UNC condition is around 200 Rs or more. But in Very fine to Extra Fine Condition coins can give you a value from 30 to 60 Rs.
But If Got has any UNC set off it will give you around 13000 Rs at the Current Time. UNC sets are for collector items so it’s common that anyone to have these types of coins.
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