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Pakistani old Currency notes. Unique collection

17 January 2010 7 Comments

Issued by state bank of Pakistan, these currency notes belongs to the era when a highly ranked government employee get the sum of his salary in few hundred rupees. for example the 100 rupee currency notes was issued after the few years of independence. these notes was circulated from 1953 till zia ul haq era. The one rupee currency note will remind you the era of zia hul haq. Unfortunately since the past couple of years the value of Pakistani currency against the US dollar is rapidly decreasing due to the poor law & order situation in the country. Just think for a while, In 2007 the value of 1 dollar is equal to 60 rupeea. but today ( jan 2010) the value of 1 dollar is about 84.20 in pakistani rupees. Isn’t it alarming?


  • Modi Dipak M said:

    i want currency with last three digit 786, i have worth Rs.25,000. INR.

    if u have any contact me.

    Modi Dipak M,
    Opp. Kiran Chamber,
    Near Sarswati School,
    Dhundhiya Wadi,
    Dist:- Banaskantha.
    North Gujarat, India.

  • pharmyy said:

    Great information! I’ve been looking for something like this for a while now. Thanks!

  • Nadeem said:

    100 Rs note. That time 100 Rs currency note = 10000 rs now

  • USMAN said:

    i ave to note having worth of 10rs having same number if anyony interestd to purchase from me plz contact at my mail id


  • Mehwish Khan said:

    thnxs :-) its really nice post…. :-) bookmark done:)

  • tariq said:

    i have also 10rs and 20rs note with number 786

  • RK said:

    Hi Modi Dipak M,

    I have some back home, let me know if you are interested. Apart from this i also have a big collection of old notes.


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