One Rupee Old Coin 1985 H mark Price Value | 1985 1 Rupee Coin Value

One Rupee Old Coin 1985 H mark Price Value | 1985 1 Rupee Experimental Coin Value | price value of 1985 1 rupee coin with H mark

Welcome once again to the city of coins (coinbazaar88.com), after knowing about all the important coins like Pice, Anna, Naya and Paisa, Now let us talk about the complete information about 1 Rupee Old Coins 1985 “H Mark” Price Value in India. In the previous post, we discussed the complete information about the coins minted between 1950 and 1956, 1962 and 1972, 1975 and 1982, 1982 and 1991, and 1992 and 2004. If you have not seen that post yet, then definitely check it.

One Rupee Old Coin 1985 H mark Price Value

Before you get lost in this important information, let us know some information about the history of one rupee coin: It is believed that the one rupee coin came into circulation during the reign of Sher Shah Suri in 1540 AD. At that time these one rupee coins were made of silver weighing 11.34 grams. From that time to till now, one rupee coins of different designs and metals have come into circulation. Therefore, these Rupee 1 coins have become very rare nowadays and are not easy to spot. But if some of you have these coins available and you want to get complete information about all 1 rupee coins, then you have come to the right place.

Face Value1 Rupee
Type of CoinExperimental coin
Year of Launch1985
MetalCopper
ShapeRound
Weigh6.0 g
Diameter26 mm
Thickness1.47
Fine Condition Value2,50,000 – 4,50,000

All About 1 Rupee (एक रुपया) Coin 1985 “H Mark” Price in India

Today through this post we will get complete information about the design, shape, size and current price value of the rare and famous “H Mark” 1 Rupee coins of 1985. It is possible that you also have “H marked” 1 rupee coins because these ordinary coins with “H marked” can still be seen in many homes. But you should know that the coins we are talking about are not general circulation coins but were coins made only for testing purposes, it was only trial OMS coins. If you have these coins then congratulations, you can get lakhs in exchange for this coin.

About OMS: The full form of OMS is Off Metal Strike. A coin being OMS means that the coin was minted in a metal different from the normal metal. As such, some 1985 “H marked” coins made for experimental purposes were minted only in copper, but other 1985 coins were minted in copper and nickel.

Design of 1 Rupee Coins

Although all the Rs 1 coins issued between 1982 and 1991 were made of nickel and copper alloy, these coins made for testing purposes were made of copper only. The shape of this old coin of Rs 1 is round, its weight is 06 grams, thickness is 1.47 and diameter is 26 mm.

These 1 rupee coins have the Ashoka Pillar printed on one side with EXP (Experiment) Coin above and “Satyamev Jayate” written below it and Bharat (भारत) and INDIA written in Hindi and English language on the sides of the Ashoka Pillar.

On the other side of the coin, 1 Rupee is written with the year of manufacture between two corn strives and on the top of the coin, Rupya (रुपया) is written in “Devanagari script” and the mint mark is printed at the bottom of the coin.

Place of One Rupee Coins Minted

These 1 rupee coins were minted in all these Indian governments’ mints Bombay, Hyderabad, Noida, and Calcutta (present-day Kolkata) mint. Mumbai Mint coins have a mint mark ⧫ (diamond/dot?B or M), Hyderabad Mint have a * (star) mint mark, Noida Mint coins have a mint mark °(small hollow dot) while Kolkata Mint coins have no mint mark.

Apart from the four Indian mints mentioned, the 1985 Re 1 coin was also minted in some foreign mints. That foreign mint is Britain’s Llantrisant Mint whose mint mark is • (small dot) and the other is Heaton Mint which is also in Britain whose mint mark is H (Latter “H”).

Price Value of One Rupee Coins

Although one rupee coins are still in circulation in the Indian market, some of these coins are collectible. Some time ago, a Re 1 OMS test coin of “H Mark” issued in 1985 was auctioned for Rs 2.5 lakh, which is almost double its value today. All the 1 rupee coins issued in the year 1985 are not rare as even today these coins can be seen in many homes, but in the same year some experimental coins of “H Mark” were issued, which are worth lakhs today.

Due to their rarity, these coins are in great demand among coin collectors. If these coins are available and in good condition then you can get Rs 5,000 to Rs 4,50,000 for them. The value of these coins also depends on which year and from which Indian mint these coins were issued.

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FAQs – One Rupee Old Coin 1985 H mark Price Valuek

What is the value of one rupee 1985 coin?

Some time ago, a Re 1 OMS test coin of “H Mark” issued in 1985 was auctioned for Rs 2.5 lakh, which is almost double its value today.

Why are 1 Rupee 1985 H Mark coins so valuable?

Some of the Rs 1 coins with “H Mark” issued in the year 1985 were not general circulation coins but were minted only for testing purposes. Being the only tested OMS coins, these coins are priced very high.

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