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OLD NOTES OF PAKISTAN

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this is old notes of pakistan

1 Rs First issued 1 April 1948.

2RS Note First issued — 1 April 1948.

THIS IS 5RS Note of pakistan

First issued — 1 April 1948.
Size — 127 x 73 mm.
Colour — Green.
Signature — C. D. Deshmukh.
Watermark — Portrait of King George VI.
Security thread — Solid.
Printer — The Government of India’s Security Printing Press at Nasik.
Illustration — Portrait of King George VI.
Back
Illustration — Three deer. ‘Five Rupees’ is written in seven languages.


THIS is 10RS Note

First issued — 1 April 1948.
Size — 146 x 82.5 mm.
Colour — Purple and brown.
Signature — C. D. Deshmukh.
Watermark — Portrait of King George VI.
Security thread — Solid.
Printer — The Government of India’s Security Printing Press at Nasik.
Illustration — Portrait of King George VI.
Back
Illustration — A two-masted, lateen rigged sailing vessel. ‘Ten Rupees’ is written in eight languages

This is 100 RS Note  

First issued — 1 April 1948.
Size — 171 x 108 mm.
Colour — Green, burgundy and brown.
Signature — C. D. Deshmukh.
Watermark — Profile of King George VI.
Security thread — None.
Printer — The Government of India’s Security Printing Press at Nasik.
Illustration — Profile of King George VI.
Back
Illustration — Head of a snarling tiger. ‘One Hundred Rupees’ is written in nine languages

5RS Note

First issued — 1 October 1948.
Size — 127 x 73 mm.
Colour — Blue and orange.
Signature — Ghulam Mohammed.
Watermark — None.
Security thread — None.
Printer — Thomas De La Rue & Company.
Illustration — Ornate engine work, including the denomination and a crescent moon and star.
Back
Illustration — Ornate engine work.

Sample Photo 6

10 RS Note

First issued — 1 October 1948.
Size — 147 x 82 mm.
Colour — Red and green.
Signature — Ghulam Mohammed.
Watermark — None.
Security thread — None.
Printer — Thomas De La Rue & Company.
Illustration — Ornate engine work, including the denomination and a crescent moon and star.
Back
Illustration — Ornate engine work.

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First issued — 1 April 1948.

First issued — 1 April 1948.
Size — 127 x 73 mm.
Colour — Green.
Signature — C. D. Deshmukh.
Watermark — Portrait of King George VI.
Security thread — Solid.
Printer — The Government of India’s Security Printing Press at Nasik.
Illustration — Portrait of King George VI.
Back
Illustration — Three deer. ‘Five Rupees’ is written in seven languages.


First issued — 1 April 1948.
Size — 146 x 82.5 mm.
Colour — Purple and brown.
Signature — C. D. Deshmukh.
Watermark — Portrait of King George VI.
Security thread — Solid.
Printer — The Government of India’s Security Printing Press at Nasik.
Illustration — Portrait of King George VI.
Back
Illustration — A two-masted, lateen rigged sailing vessel. ‘Ten Rupees’ is written in eight languages

 

 

First issued — 1 April 1948.
Size — 171 x 108 mm.
Colour — Green, burgundy and brown.
Signature — C. D. Deshmukh.
Watermark — Profile of King George VI.
Security thread — None.
Printer — The Government of India’s Security Printing Press at Nasik.
Illustration — Profile of King George VI.
Back
Illustration — Head of a snarling tiger. ‘One Hundred Rupees’ is written in nine languages

 

First issued — 1 October 1948.
Size — 127 x 73 mm.
Colour — Blue and orange.
Signature — Ghulam Mohammed.
Watermark — None.
Security thread — None.
Printer — Thomas De La Rue & Company.
Illustration — Ornate engine work, including the denomination and a crescent moon and star.
Back
Illustration — Ornate engine work.

Sample Photo 12

 

First issued — 1 October 1948.
Size — 147 x 82 mm.
Colour — Red and green.
Signature — Ghulam Mohammed.
Watermark — None.
Security thread — None.
Printer — Thomas De La Rue & Company.
Illustration — Ornate engine work, including the denomination and a crescent moon and star.
Back
Illustration — Ornate engine work.