On 24th November 2018, Todywalla is commencing an Auction in Sunderbai Hall in Mumbai. The floor bidding on this auction started at 4:00 pm onwards. This auction consists quite fascinating specimens from the different section of Indian history from ancient to Republic India. It all has foreign coins and paper money. One of the mesmerising specimens is the gold Gadayana of the Rashtrakuta King Krishna II, it is bided from INR 6,00,000 to 7,00,000. The next is the gold couplet of the Sikh Empire from Amritsar mint is offered for the price of INR 10,00,000.
There is also 5000 rupee banknote consist the signature of H.V.R. Lenger from Bombay circle, it about very fine and an extremely rare specimen is bided form INR 16,00,000 to 19,00,000. Another note of denomination 10 rupees issued in 2008 with D.Subbarao signature is offered for the price of INR 4,00,000.
This lot also consists of a gold Kori of the Princely State of Junagadh, which is bided by Todywalla auction for INR 5,00,000 to 6,00,000. There are many rare and absolutely stunning specimen in this lot, it's a rare opportunity to collect these specimens for your precious collection. Don’t miss it!
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