Friday, April 17, 2009

India’s new Bimetallic 10 Rupee Coin

I might be a little late on this news, but here’s the picture of the new (and first ever) bimetallic coin of Rupees 10 denomination issued by the government of India. The outer ring of the coin is made up of Aluminum and Bronze alloy while the inner section is made up of Nickel and Copper alloy.

There are two themes for the coin.
1) Unity in Diversity and
2) Connectivity and Information Technology.

The coin in the picture has the first theme, Unity in Diversity.

6 comments:

Shariq Khan said...

You can get more information about this coin at http://coinsindia.info
and get updates at http://twitter.com/coinsinidia

Shariq Khan said...

get updates about indian coins at http://twitter.com/coinsindia

Kulraj Singh said...

there are different designs in the coin:
http://kulraj-the-numismatist.blogspot.com/2009/12/indian-10-rupee-bimetal.html

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Avantika said...

This is great! More information can be found on websites like Mintage World!


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