India issued its first commemorative coin series back in 1964 in the honour of India’s first prime minister Jawaharlal Nehru. It was the same year of Nehru’s passing away. Over the last 53 years, commemorative coins have been issued for various reasons–some as uncirculated collectors items and others for mass circulation.
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A collection of 60,000 antique coins,many of them of gold,is the proud possession of Devdutta Angal (70) and son Narindra.