This Indian Man in Dubai Has a Rare Rs 10,000 Currency Note


The Indian Man in Dubai Has a Rare rs 10,000 Currency Note that Currency was actually Demonetized Nearly 40 Years ago and these Notes are rare and there are only.Ten Notes of them Now.This Dubai based Indian man owns a rare Rs 10,000 note that was demonetized in the year of 1978.

It has been more than a month that the Prime Minister Of India Narendra Modi Introduced the demonetization of high value Currency notes and bans the old Currency of 500 and 1,000 Notes.As a large section of the population in India and Including the economists like Amartya sen and Man Mohan Singh has also criticized the decision and many of the Politicians and Common people’s are also supported the Government’s Move and bearing the Pain for getting Money from Banks.

People in India are still Struggling for Cash on a regular basis of rs 24,000 per week per a Person after the recent Demonetization of Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji on November 8th 2016 how ever this was not the first time In India to demonetized the Currency.

As the Earlier governments Have demonetized Currency Notes in January 1946 and January 1948 , An Indian man in Dubai had a Rs 10,000 note that was demonetized in the Year 1978.

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The Man is a Professional Numismatist Ramkumar who is the founder of the Numismatic company Numisbing that he bought a rare note from a Collector in India in 2015 and that was Displayed at a Company showroom at the Doha Center

Apparently the Currency note that Ramkumar is in Possession of the Only one in UAE and the Middle East the Currency is reportedly now on the Showroom located in AI Maktoum Street’s Doha Center. Ramkumar has been said about it and it was difficult to put a tag on the note.

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