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Monday, October 4, 2010

Commonwealth games Delhi 2010 booking

Commonwealth games set booking
commonwealth games delhi 2010 set bookingThe set of commonwealth games Delhi 2010 consisting of 3 coins: Rs 100, Rs 5 and Rs 2 was released on the eve of the the games. The above picture is an advertisement taken from the Times of India dated 3rd October, 2010 (Sunday). Along with the commonwealth games set, rebooking is also open for 3 different sets: Rabindranath Tagore, Perarignar Annadurai and Rajendra Prasad.

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12 comments:

  1. Hey,

    Whats the difference between proof set and UNC set. Sorry for asking such a basic question.

    Thanks
    Shalabh

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  2. This is basic, and I think its better if you learn by experience. For now just read the "proof set" written on the cover to see if its unc or proof. Technically there is a quality difference as the procedure for production is slightly different. There is other difference also and you will learn it through experience.

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  3. Hey thanks a lot.. I have booked the proof set. Just getting into this so trying to learn. Any suggestions?

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  4. Ask some specific question please.

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  5. Nothing.. just generic gayan will help.. Thanks in advance..

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  6. Hmmm
    Lesson number 1: buy from trustworthy person only
    Lesson number 2: when buying do not go by the absolute value, try to know if what you are buying is value for money or not. Doesn't matter if the price is 100 rs or 10,000 rs.

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  7. Hey thanks a lot.

    Do you think this is worth buying? It Rs 10 new solid note bundle of 786101 to 786200. Cost is 1900. The buyer is genuine.

    http://cgi.ebay.in/TEN-RS-SOLID-FANCY-BUNDLE-786101-786200-VERY-RARE-/280573662719?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_203&hash=item41537e55ff#ht_1230wt_1139

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  8. seems like worth it.
    But I am not an expert in notes.

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  9. Hey,

    I took it.. I am just into this hobby and hope that I stay here for long. I am planning to collect coins post 1947. Have collected the set of 1, 2 and paise. And few more. Kuch suggestion hai kya?

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  10. find some collector and some dealer in your place, get some hands on experience. And then ask some specific question.

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  11. Sir,

    I need to know for a long terms investment should one invest in Proof sets or UNC sets.

    Can any member advise.

    Peeyush

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  12. Proof set, and old sets are better as mintage is higher for new ones.

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