Tips for Collecting Rare Notes of India

There are different kinds of tips that experts have if you are interested in collecting Currency Notes in India. Firstly get to know about the governors of India along with the exact years when they served office. Once you have that information, finding rare notes of India becomes easy. Currency notes in India feature the signature of the current governor. Here is a trick to identify rare notes of India. Simply look at the governor’s signature and if the particular governor has had a short term, then the note would be rare. Similarly there are many other ways in which you can identify rare notes of India. What has rarity of a note got to do with the hobby? Rare notes of India can fetch you a bigger price than other currency notes in India. There is a huge network of notaphilists in the world, all of whom keep an eye on who’s having which kind of notes.notes-of-india

Some think that older the notes, better is their market value in the market. This is not the case on most occasions. Another important aspect about collecting currency notes in India is the condition of the notes. If you by chance, have rare notes of India, but their condition is not that great, with folds at the centre or if they are slightly torn, their value takes a big slump. So it is very important to keep your collection of currency notes in India in extremely safe conditions. You can keep them in plastic sleeves and ensure that they are not folded in any way. Many collectors have the habit of keeping notes inside books. This can prove to be costly as there is still a possibility that they could get folded. Another thing that you should look for when you are collecting currency notes in India, is the serial number. There are many collectors out there who are crazy about collecting fancy numbered notes. So the next time you receive change, remember to take a close look at it, before keeping it in your wallet. Who knows, you could be the owner of one of the rare notes of India.

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