Old 10 Rupees Unity in Diversity Coin Year 2005 2006 2007

10 Rupees Bi - Metalic coins were minted by the Indian government during the year 2005 2006 and 2007. These coins were minted in the alloy of Bi - Metalic. It is Circular in Shape. Note that the official weight of this coin is 7.71 grams and the thickness is 1.8mm. The diameter is 27.0mm.

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Ten Rupees Unity in Diversity Coin Main Features

Period: 2005 2006 2007

Metal: Bi - Metalic

Weight: 7.71 gram

Size: 27mm

Thickness: 1.8mm

Shape : Circular

Edge : Plain

Year : 2005

Obverse: This face of the coin is dived into three parts. At the center is the "Lion Capital" of the Ashoka Pillar inscribed with "Satya Meva Jayate" and the major international numerals "10" below. At the top is the word “Bharat” in Hindi and “India” in English. The lower part has the year 2005 in international numbers.       

Reverse: This face of the coin has scenes showing a stylized representation of "unity in diversity", a defining characteristic of our country. The symbol is seen as having four heads sharing a common body. It will be seen as people from all four parts of the country united under one banner and identify with one nation. A visual code enables the user to associate the visual with a distinct category, speeding up the identification process. In the upper left periphery are the words "Thus Rupee" in Hindi and "Ten Rupees" in English.

Mintage:

Noida Price : F : 30 to 40 VF : 50 to 60 XF: 80 to 90 UNC: 100 to 132

Year : 2006

Obverse: This face of the coin is dived into three parts. At the center is the "Lion Capital" of the Ashoka Pillar inscribed with "Satya Meva Jayate" and the major international numerals "10" below. At the top is the word “Bharat” in Hindi and “India” in English. The lower part has the year 2006 in international numbers.       

Reverse: This face of the coin has scenes showing a stylized representation of "unity in diversity", a defining characteristic of our country. The symbol is seen as having four heads sharing a common body. It will be seen as people from all four parts of the country united under one banner and identify with one nation. A visual code enables the user to associate the visual with a distinct category, speeding up the identification process. In the upper left periphery are the words "Thus Rupee" in Hindi and "Ten Rupees" in English.

Mintage:

Noida Price : F : 11 to 13 VF : 15 to 17 XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 26 to 32

Year : 2007

Obverse: This face of the coin is dived into three parts. At the center is the "Lion Capital" of the Ashoka Pillar inscribed with "Satya Meva Jayate" and the major international numerals "10" below. At the top is the word “Bharat” in Hindi and “India” in English. The lower part has the year 2007 in international numbers.

10 Rupee Unity in Diversity 2007 obverse

Reverse: This face of the coin has scenes showing a stylized representation of "unity in diversity", a defining characteristic of our country. The symbol is seen as having four heads sharing a common body. It will be seen as people from all four parts of the country united under one banner and identify with one nation. A visual code enables the user to associate the visual with a distinct category, speeding up the identification process. In the upper left periphery are the words "Thus Rupee" in Hindi and "Ten Rupees" in English.

10 Rupee Unity in Diversity 2007 reverse

Mintage:

Noida Price : F : 11 to 15 VF : 20 to 25 XF: 30 to 40 UNC: 60 to 75

 

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