100 year-old coin costs Rs.25 lakh. It is a silver coin and has been included in the Victorian category.

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Indian 1-rupee coin
The Indian 1-rupee coin is an Indian coin worth one Indian rupee and is made up of a hundred paisas. Currently, one rupee coin is the smallest Indian coin in circulation. Since 1992, one Indian rupee coins are minted from stainless steel.

Indian 2-rupee coin

The Indian 2-rupee coin is a denomination of the Indian rupee. The 2 rupee coin was introduced in India in 1982. Until then, the Rs.2 was in circulation in banknotes. The old Rs.2 coin was minted with cupro-nickel metal. The new Rs.2 coin was minted in ferritic stainless steel. 

Indian 5-rupee coin
The Indian 5 rupee coin is a denomination of the Indian rupee. The ₹5 coin was the highest denominated coin until the minting of the ₹10 in 2005. 

The Frozen Series 1947-1950

This represented the currency arrangements during the transition period upto the establishment of the Indian Republic. The Monetary System remained unchanged at One Rupee consisting of 192 pies.

1 Rupee = 16 Annas

1 Anna = 4 Pice

1 Pice = 3 Pies

The Anna Series

This series was introduced on 15th August, 1950 and represented the first coinage of Republic India. The King's Portrait was replaced by the Lion Capital of the Ashoka Pillar. A corn sheaf replaced the Tiger on the one Rupee coin. In some ways this symbolised a shift in focus to progress and prosperity. Indian motifs were incorporated on other coins. The monetary system was largely retained unchanged with one Rupee consisting of 16 Annas.

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