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World’s largest and smallest currency note in the collection of Mahendra Sharma of Udaipur

Udaipur. The largest and highest currency note of the world is available in the collection of Mahendra Sharma of Udaipur. Mahendra Sharma says, the world’s largest note is a 600 ringit note from Malaysia, which was released on Malaysia’s 60th Independence Day in 2018. Its size is 370 mm times 220 mm. This note has been named the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s largest note (legal tender).

Similarly, the world’s smallest note was released in Russia in 1916. This is the note of 10 Russia Copex. Its size is 30 times 25 mm. This note was issued by then Sorist Empire. Mahendra Sharma, a marble businessman in Udaipur, has been doing collection of numismatic and antics since last 30 years. Sharma says that he has several unsurpassed collections in currency and antics.

There are hundred year old Hanging Plates in Antics, Old Crockery, Old Gallantry Awards, Marble Jars, Old Kerosene Lamps and many more 100 to 200 year old rare collections. In the year 2017, he made a world record in Paper Note Currency. There are 175 countries’ notes in his collections. Many of these are extremely rare. He is having collection of star note series along with the fancy notes. In his collection from 1917 to 2017, all the notes of one rupee which released in India are available in the collection. Along with this collection, he also has a huge collection of ‘error notes’ which is having mismatch of paper or printing.

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