List of Commemorative Coins of 1 Rupee Price Value

List of Commemorative Coins of 1 Rupee Price Value: Now we are talking about the Top 10 commemorative coins of 1 Rupee price value in India. Welcome once again to the city of coins (coinbazaar88.com), after learning about all the important coins like Paisa, Aana, Naya and Rupees, now let’s talk about the important and rare commemorative coins of 1 Rupee. So stay with us till the end and increase your knowledge from this great post. In the previous post, we discussed complete information about the 1985 1 rupee ‘H mark’ coin and the 2 Rupee Flower coin If you have not seen that precious post yet, then definitely see it.

List of Commemorative Coins of 1 Rupee

1 Rupee Commemorative Coins of India

Through this post, we will talk about some important commemorative coins of Rs 1, which are issued by the Government of India to remember some special moments. Even today, 1 rupee coins are traded, but some 1 rupee coins can fetch you a huge amount of money, so let us know about the top 10 important commemorative coins:

Jawaharlal Nehru Coin – 1964

However, apart from 1964, Jawaharlal Nehru Re 1 coins were issued in 1989 and 2014, but through this post, we will only know about the Jawaharlal Nehru Re 1 coins issued in 1965. These 1 rupee coins, issued on the death of Jawaharlal Nehru, were made of nickel metal in a round shape.

Now let’s talk about the design of these coins – The weight of these coins is 10 grams, the thickness is 2.3 mm and the diameter is 27 mm. These 1 rupee coins have Ashoka Pillar printed on one side and Bharat (भारत) and ₹ 1 (₹) are written in Hindi and English on the sides of the Ashoka Pillar.
On the other side of the coin is the photograph of Jawaharlal Nehru, below which are the years of his birth and death as 1889 – 1964. The coin has a mint mark at the bottom and Jawaharlal Nehru has written on the edge.

These coins were minted in two mints of the Government of India, Kolkata and Mumbai Mint. Mumbai Mint coins have a mint mark ⧫ (diamond/dot or B), while Kolkata Mint coins have no mint mark. Due to their rarity, these coins have become very popular. If you also have these 1 rupee coins of Jawaharlal Nehru available then you can get ₹5,000 to ₹1,50,000 in return.

Mahatma Gandhi Coin – 1969

Apart from 1 rupee, 20 paise and 50 paise coins were also issued as commemorative coins of Mahatma Gandhi, but in this post, we will only know about the 1 rupee coin issued in 1969. These 1 rupee coins of Mahatma Gandhi were issued 21 years after the death of Mahatma Gandhi and were made of nickel metal in a round shape.

Now let’s talk about the design of these coins – The weight of these coins is 10 grams, the thickness is 2.3 mm and the diameter is 28 mm. These 1 rupee coins have Ashoka Pillar printed on one side and Bharat (भारत) and ₹ 1 (₹) are written in Hindi and English on the sides of the Ashoka Pillar.

On the other side of the coin is the photograph of Mahatma Gandhi, below which are written the years of his birth and death, 1869 – 1948. The coin has a mint mark at the bottom and Mahatma Gandhi has written on it in Hindi and English.

These coins were minted in two mints of the Government of India, Kolkata and Mumbai Mint. Mumbai Mint coins have a mint mark ⧫ (diamond/dot or B), while Kolkata Mint coins have no mint mark. Due to their rarity, these coins have become very popular. If you also have these 1 rupee coins of Mahatma Gandhi available then you can get ₹1,000 to ₹1,50,000 in return.

International Youth Year Coins – 1985

Apart from Rs 1, Rs 10 and Rs 100 were also issued as commemorative coins of the International Youth Year, but in this post, we will only look at the Rs 1 coin issued in 1985. These coins were issued by the Government of India in 1985. To commemorate the year 1985 which was declared the International Youth Year by the United Nations. These Rs 1 coins of the International Youth Year were made of copper and nickel metal in a round shape.

Now let’s talk about the design of these coins – The weight of these coins is 6 grams, the thickness is 1.5 mm and the diameter is 26 mm. These 1 rupee coins have Ashoka Pillar printed on one side and Bharat (भारत) and ₹ 1 (₹) are written in Hindi and English on the sides of the Ashoka Pillar.

The reverse side of the coin features an image of three outlined profiles between a dove and a laurel branch, with the year of minting 1985 inscribed above. The mint mark is on the top of the photo and the International Youth Year is written in Hindi and English around the coin.

These coins were minted in three mints of the Government of India, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Kolkata Mint. Mumbai Mint coins have a mint mark ⧫ (diamond/dot/B or M), Hyderabad Mint coins have a * (star) mint mark, while Kolkata Mint coins have no mint mark. Due to their rarity, these coins have become very popular. If you also have these 1 rupee coins of International Youth Year available then you can get ₹1,000 to ₹50,000 in return.

World Food Day – 1989 KHM

SAARC Year – Girl Child – 1990 HM

Tourism Year – 1991 HM

Quit India Movement – 1993 KHM

International Year of Family – 1994 MN

Cellular Jail – 1997 KHMN

India Post – 2004 only K

Reserve Bank of Inida – 2010 HM

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