Rs 1 note can fetch Rs 7 lakh, know what is so special about it
One rupee note sold for 7 lakh rupees
There are some specialties of one rupee note sold for 7 lakh rupees. This is the only note before independence. The note bears the signature of the then Governor JW Kelly. This note is 87 years old. This was released in the British Raj in 1935. You can sell this note for up to Rs 7 lakh. You have to go to the eBay site to sell.
all notes are valuable
Not that every note on eBay is so precious and expensive. There are also some notes which will be found and sold at a lower price. These include a one rupee note of 1966. This note is available for only 45 rupees. One rupee note of 1957 is available for Rs 57.
why sell so expensive
Some old notes and coins are sold very expensively. This is because of their rarity. With time, being rare and some special in them, their value increases, and they are sold in lakhs and crores. You can sell 786 series notes for a very high amount.
Lakhpati can make another note
You can get Rs 1 lakh for the old one and one rupee note, which is more than 100 years old. For this, you have to auction that note on the classified platform. In this way, you can get to earn up to 1 lakh rupees online. This note is from 1917. That is, of the British era.
There are more coins
If you have that old coin of Re 1 which was issued in 1985, then at this time it can be sold for lakhs of rupees. But the H sign should be on that coin. Similarly, if you have an old note or coin of 5 rupees, in which there is a picture of Mata Vaishno Devi, then you can earn lakhs of rupees from that too. The number 786 is considered sacred. Many people are ready to give lakhs of rupees behind this number.
how to sell note coins
– First, you go to any website in coinbazar.com, ebay.Com, or quikr.com, and register
– After that upload the photo of your note or coin
– Enter the rate at which you want to sell the note or coin on the website
– Then any customer who buys your note or coin will contact you
– You can sell it by bargaining