Hundred rupee note of King George VI

04 Aug 2018  Sat

Todywalla Auction is offering the hundred rupee note depicted King George VI portrait in the Vignette for INR 60,000 to 70,000 in its auction tomorrow. This note belongs to Madras circle and is signed by J.B.Taylor.

The obverse of this note depicts the legend ‘The/Reserve Bank Of India' in the centre above 'Guaranteed By The Central Government Of India'; King George VI's portrait in the right window; Serial number below both windows; '100' in the top right corner; 'One Hundred Rupees' and relief underprint 'Rs/100' on either side in the central denomination panel; 'One Hundred' in relief in the signature panel; Signed by 'Governor For The Reserve Bank/Of India'; Circle of Issue overprinted in the centre above the promise text.

The reverse of this note illustrates the legend ‘The Reserve Bank Of India' above; Vignette of a roaring tiger in the centre; 'One/Hundred/Rupees' below; Language panel in the left window; RBI Logo in the top right corner; 'Rupees/100' in the top left and lower right regions of the note; '100/Rupees' in the lower left area.

Similar notes of this type from the circle of Cawnpore, Delhi and Kanpur are bided. Don’t miss an opportunity to grab these fascinating banknotes.

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