5 Rupee World of Work (ILO) Coin Price Value – International Labour Organisation

5 Rupee World of Work (ILO) Coin Price Value – International Labour Organisation | Price Value of ILO 5 Rupee World of Work Coin

Welcome once again to the city of coins (coinbazaar88.com), After knowing about all the important coins like Pice, Anna, Naya Paisa and the rupee now let us talk about the complete information of the commemorative coin 5 Rupee World of Work Coin 1919 to 1994 Price Value. In the previous post, we discussed complete information about the Mata Vaishno Devi coin’s price value and the 5 Rupees Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference Coin’s worth. If you have not seen that post yet then definitely see it.

5 Rupee World of Work (ILO) Coin Price Value

5 Rupee World of Work (ILO) Coin Overview

Face Value5 Rupee
Type of CoinCommemorative Coins
Year of Launch1994
MetalCopper & Nickel
Weigh8.9 g
Diameter23.3 mm
Thickness2.6 mm
Fine Condition Value₹500 – ₹5,000

All About 5 Rupees (पाँच रुपये) World of Work Coin 1919 – 1994

However, apart from Rs 5 coins, ILO World of Work had also released Rs 50 and Rs 100 coins, but today through this post you will get complete information only about ILO Rs 5 coins. This coin was issued in the year 1994 to mark 75 years of the establishment of the International Labor Organization (ILO), a labor community.

Before moving on to details about the design, shape, size and current price value of World of Work’s Rs 5 coins, let us know a little about ILO.

International Labor Organization (ILO): The International Labor Organization (ILO) is a United Nations agency tasked with advancing social and economic justice by setting international labor standards. Established in October 1919, it is one of the first and oldest specialized agencies of the United Nations. The ILO has 187 member states and is headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland.

Design of ILO World of Work Coins

Now talking about the design of the five rupee World of Work coin made of copper and nickel, the shape of this old 5 rupee coin is Round. The weight of these coins is 8.9 grams, thickness is 2.6 mm and diameter is 23.3 mm

These Rs 5 coins have the Ashoka Pillar printed on one side, with “Satyamev Jayate” written below and India (भारत) and 5 Rupee (रुपये) written in Hindi and English on the sides of the Ashoka Pillar.

The reverse of the coin bears the logo of the International Labor Organization “ILO”, below which are the years 1919 to 1994 and the mint mark. Apart from this, the words ‘Shram Jagat’ in Hindi and ‘World of Work’ in English are inscribed on the edges of the coin.

Place of World of Work Coins 1917 – 1985 Minted

These 5 rupees Commemorative Coins were minted in these three Indian governments’ mints, Bombay, Hyderabad and Noida mint. The 25 Rupees Mata Vaishno Devi commemorative coins were minted only in Hyderabad and Bombay mints. Mumbai Mint coins have a mint mark ⧫ (diamond/dot?B or M), Hyderabad Mint have a * (star) mint mark while Noida Mint coins have a mint mark °(small hollow dot).

Price Value of 5 Rupee ILO Coins

The value of these coins issued as commemorative coins has increased as they are not in large quantities and due to the rarity of these coins, their value is many times more than the original value. If you have these Re 5 Commonwealth World of Work – ILO Coins then you can get up to Rs 50,000 for one coin. World of Work – ILO’s 5 rupees coin price in India depends on their condition as well as the year and mint of their mint.

NOTE:- Among the 1994 Rs 5 ILO coins, the “Small Hollow Point” coins of the Noida Mint are the rarest and most valuable, fetching you up to Rs 50,000.

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FAQs – 5 Rupee World of Work (ILO) Coin Price Value

When and why did ILO issue 5 rupee coins?

ILO coin of Rs 5 was issued in the year 1994 to mark 75 years of the establishment of the labor community International Labor Organization (ILO).

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