In 1861, when the Paper Currency Act was passed, the British Indian currency notes came into the general use. The first set of British currency in India was the Queen Victoria Portrait Series. The printed security features of this currency of British India include the ‘GOVERNMENT OF INDIA’, ‘RUPEES’, two signatures and wavy lines, the printed signature, and the registration of the notes. If you are curious to know more, then visit Mintage World now. This website will let you know about the rise and downfall of the British Indian Currency.
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