Sunday, March 8, 2009
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The rupee is the currency of India. The issuance of the currency is controlled by the Reserve Bank of India. The most commonly used symbols for the rupee are Rs, ₨ The ISO 4217 code for the Indian rupee is INR. On 5 March 2009 the Indian Government announced a context to create a symbol for the Rupee.The modern rupee is subdivided into 100 paise
In most parts of India, the rupee is known as the rupee, Rupiya (hindi) Sanskrit rupyakam raupya meaning silver; rupyakam meaning (coin) of silver. However, in West Bengal, Tripura, Orissa, and Assam, the Indian rupee is officially known by names derived from the Sanskrit Tanka. Thus, the rupee is called Taka in Bengali,tôka in Assamese, and Tôngka in Oriya, with the symbol T, and is written as such on Indian banknotes.
RARE U N C A T A L O G U E D BANK N O T E
INDIA STOCK NOTE 1891 FOR 100 RUPEES ISSUED BY ALLAHABAD CIRCLE,[similar to USA,P-280 USA 1860-91]A VERY RARE uncatalogued bank note of'' India stock note 1891''; with a small hole cancellation; as all notes are cancelled due to an financial crisis of the world starting IN USA spreading to commonwealth and to INDIA. AN HISTORICAL PIECE .A MUST HAVE FOR RARE NOTES OF THE WORLD.
SIMILAR NOTE WAS ONLY ISSUED IN USA ONLY IN 1861-1890 with interest coupon attached.
INTEREST BEARING NOTES OF USA UNDER THE A CT OF 17-3-1861 
P 280 50$ eagle at center 7-3 / 10 % interest for 3 years coupons attached and printed with the bank note to be detached later as in INDIA STOCK NOTE OF 1890 WITH 4% INTEREST COUPON ATTACHED