Diplom-Informatiker Dieter Baumgarten                                                                              e-mail  post@indiacoins.de      http://www.dieter-baumgarten.de/

Coins of India

Part of pages are in langue German     (here complete in German)

In the next time (1-2 years) I will translate the other parts, but this is a hard work and if You would like help me – not problem.

I’m only a private collector of Indian coins. I’m not a professionalise (in translation and numismatic) but I’m doing my best.

 

 

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News of Coins-issues 2012-2013 (October 2012)

 

 

News

 -  2012 60 Years of the Parliament of India

 

In the next time:

 - Silver Jubilee of Mata Vaishno Devi Shrine Board

 - 60 years of Alipore mint (Rs60, 5)

 - 150 Years of Kuka Movement (Rs100, 5)

 - 150 Years of Malaviya (Rs150, 5)

 - 150 Years of Motilal Nehru (?)

 - 150 Years of Swami Vivekananda (Rs150, 5) 1863-2013

 - 2013    “SHRI SWAMI VIVEKANANDA”  150th Birthday2010 

 

 

 

 

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History of coins from old India to new India (German)

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Indian Mint Marks (German)                        

 

Yaudheya

Coins of the old India (German)

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Islamic influence and the Moghul-Rules (German)

 

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European conqueror of India (German)

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British colony and the uniform coins-system (German)

 

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Coins of India Republic

(New!!! Complete Oct 2012)

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Thematical/Commemorative Coins  

(NEW !!! complete October 2012)

 

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Minted Indian coins by foreign countries (German)

Banknote

Up to date of Indian currency (German)

 

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My Search-list India

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my search list of world coins

 (1955 and 1990)

 

 

Links to mints:

Ministry of finance - CURRENCY AND COINAGE DIVISION

Mint Bombay / Mumbai  (Maharashtra),

Mint Calcutta / Kolkata  (West Bengal)

Mint Noida                     (Uttar Pradesh)

Mint Hyderabad                  (Andhra Pradesh)

Apart from minting coins, the mints at Mumbai, Kolkata and Hyderabad also make coin blanks.

The Mumbai mint produces standardised weights and measures.

Commemorative coins are made at IGM, Mumbai and Kolkata, and the latter has facilities for making medallions too.