This 5 rupee note can make you the owner of 30 thousand rupees. Learn how to get 30000 out of 5

If you have an old 5 rupee note (5 rupee note), you can sit at home and earn 30,000 rupees. You can think of this stuff but this plan really does exist. If you have an old Rs 5 note in your piggy bank or wallet, you can get Rs 30,000 for a few minutes without going anywhere. You can find the true value of your old and rare 5 rupee look on the online platform of antiques and collectibles.

However, you have to look at some of the specials of the 5 rupee note so that you get 30 thousand. For this, first of all, the note must have the image of the tractor. The number 786 is also written in the note, which is considered rare. The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) note 786 is considered extremely rare.

If you have a 5 rupee note with the features mentioned, you can sell it online at coinbazzar.com. This special platform is offering many a chance to make money instead of old notes. Let us tell you the process of making money in the old notes:

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How to sell an old 5 rupee note at coinbazzar.com
Step 1: First go to coinbazzar.com’s official website.

Step 2: Register yourself as a seller.

Step 3: Click on the image of your note and upload it to the platform. Your ad selling a note will be displayed on the platform.

Step 4: Interested people will contact you after viewing your ad. You can talk to them and sell notes.

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45,000 by selling 1 rupee note
People who have an old Rs 1 note on the Coinbazaar platform are selling the note for Rs 45,000. However, the note must be signed by the then Governor of India, HM Patel, in 1957 and the serial number of this note is 123456. The old Re1 bundle on the platform is priced at Rs 49,999. Let us tell you that 26 years ago the Government of India banned one rupee currency notes. Its printing resumed on 1 January 2015 and this note came into circulation in the market. However, many people still have old notes and they can get rich by making a website.

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