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Pakistan: One Rupee 1974 Rare Note
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Due to the secession of East Pakistan there was no need for Bengali text to appear on the notes and the images of tea gardens and jute-laden boats were no longer appropriate for banknotes circulating in the new Pakistan.
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The first note in the new generation of Notes was a 1-Rupee Note, introduced on 16th May 1974. It was predominantly blue, with a crescent moon and star at the right.
The back of the Note was also blue and carries an illustration of the ‘Minar-e-Pakistan.
Find the Following in this Video: 1) History of Note 2) Overview and Closer Look of Note 3) Value of This Note 4) Composition 5) Finally, How to Get This?
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