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- P-Auction # 33
- Bids: 1
|Start Price 350000||Estimated Price 350000-400000|
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|Governor||J. B. Taylor||Grade (if Slabbed)||15|
British India, 1938, 10 Rupees, 800000, King George VI, Super Fancy Serial Number, Signed by J.B. Taylor, G Prefix, S. No. G77 800000, (KJ & RR # 4.5.1), holes, folds, stains, piece missing, pencil marks, tears, graded by PMCS as 15 Fine, Exceedingly Rare.
Note: The beauty of this banknote’s unique serial number is extraordinary. In it, the prefix G77 is considered as 777, since G is the 7th letter of the English alphabet. This feature allows the serial number to be read as 777-800000 which is considered as super-fancy.
The bespoke circulation quality with spots and stains, graffiti, and other wear and tear on the note is testament to its authenticity. A magnificent stunner of immense rarity, it is attractive for both fancy number & British India banknote collectors. This is the first time it is being offered in any auction in the world.