Country / If you also have a 25 paise coin then you can become a millionaire overnight

Zoom News : Oct 01, 2021, 08:26 PM
Earn 11 lakh by selling old 25 Paisa coin: People in the world are fond of collecting strange things. One such hobby is collecting old and antique coins. This hobby of collecting old coins proves to be very beneficial for some people. People are ready to pay lakhs of rupees for these old coins. People buy and sell similar old coins on the e-commerce website Quikr. Let us tell you about some such coins, which can make you a millionaire overnight.

  • 25 paise coin being sold for 11 lakhs

A bundle of 25 paise coins is being sold on Quikr for Rs 11.10 lakh. There are total 10 coins in this bundle. In which 4 coins are of 1961 and three coins are from 1962 and 1963.

  • 2 rupees coin for three and a half lakhs

According to another post on Quikr itself, two coins of Rs 2 are being sold for three and a half lakh rupees. One of these coins is from 1993, on which Small Family Happy Family is made and a coin has been issued on Indian Railways in 2003.

  • Rs 5 coin for Rs 2.70 lakh

A Rs 5 coin issued for the country's first President Dr Rajendra Prasad is being sold on Quikr for Rs 2.70 lakh.

  • 2 lakh rupees will be available on 10 paise coins

In this sale of old coins, you can get up to Rs 2 lakh for a coin of 10 paise. According to a post on Quikr, a 1974 coin of 10 paise is being sold for Rs 2 lakh.

  • 1.50 lakh rupees will be available for 25 paise coins

An old coin of 25 paise can make you a millionaire. On Quikr itself, a user is selling an old 25 paise coin for Rs 1.50 lakh. This coin was issued in 1990 and is in perfect condition.

  • RBI had issued a warning

Many times people also become victims of fraud in this buying and selling of old coins. For this, the country's central bank RBI issued a warning asking people to be alert from this fraud. RBI had said that RBI does not interfere in any matter of this purchase and sale of old coins. If someone gives you such an offer in the name of RBI, then be alert.

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