Thursday, November 12, 2015

WESTERN INDIA note depicting town hall region of Bombay with St. Andrews Church. palm tree the castle of Bombay

 BANK OF WESTERN INDIA  note depicting town hall region of Bombay with St. Andrews Church. palm tree the castle of Bombay
BANK OF WESTERN INDIA which operated
during the period of 1842-1845 A.D. which bears a seen depicting town hall region of Bombay with St. Andrews Church.It also has palm tree the castle of Bombay along with few ships entering the Bombay harbor. This is issued for the value of Rs. 5/ and was canceled at several places on the note. The date on the note was May
18th 1844. According to the photo in the catalogue the signature portion of this
Indian Note was eaten away by the black ink used on the day of the issue.
The Central Bank of Western India was an important issue of the bank note throughout the
world because it has a combination of links? with three nations. They are
Japan, America and India, because of the high value denomination for which it was issued
that is for 25$.
This was a period of Turbulence in Japan, the attempts by Western States by many
European nations along with America failed to achieve the trade relations with
Japan diplomatically. 
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