10 Rupees, British India, JB Taylor, 1938 (Graded AUNC 58)
Ten Rupee banknote of British India, issued in 1938, signed by JB Taylor. The obverse of the note has a sideways portrait of King George VI, with a banana tree in the foreground, and lakes and trees in the background. The reverse has a floral pattern, with two elephants being ridden by mahouts. The reverse also says '10 Rupees' in eight Indian languages. The watermark is of King George facing right. The note uses blue and green colors.
This a Rare note.
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The note is graded Almost Uncirculated (AUNC 58) - a very high grade. The note you get will be the note in the picture.
NO RETURNS OR EXCHANGE.