Old 3 Paise coin value of India Three Paise Price

Three paise coins were minted by Indian government Mumbai Hydrabed and Kolkata in the year of 1964 to 1971.  Total number of coins minted are 1,612,704,568. Three paisa coins were minted in the alloy of Aluminum - Magnesium. These coins are hexagon shaped. Its diameter is about 21 mm and its weight is about 1.25 grams. Three paisa coin thickness is about 2mm.

The old 3 paise coin holds a special place in the history of India. Although it may seem insignificant in terms of value, it carries great sentimental worth for many. The coin, which features the national emblem of India, the Lion Capital of Ashoka, served as legal tender until it was demonetized in 1971.

To many, the old 3 paise coin represents an era of simplicity and tradition. The coin's small denomination highlights a time when prices were much lower, and the monetary values were different. Its significance goes beyond mere value, as it evokes nostalgia and serves as a reminder of the country's progress and changes over the years.

While the coin itself may not hold much monetary value in the present day, it continues to hold a special place in the hearts of collectors and those who cherish its historical and cultural significance. It serves as a tangible link to India's past and its evolving currency system.

The old 3 paise coin may no longer be in circulation, but its value as a symbol of India's heritage and history will endure for generations to come.

* Price based on market averages

Old 3 Paise Coin Value

Reverse : Value and Year

 3 paisa 1971 Obverse image

Obverse : Ashoka Lion Capital

 1971 Reverse

Period : 1964 to 1971

Composition: Aluminum - Magnesium

Value: 3 Paisa (0.03 INR)

Weight : 1.25 Gram

Diameter : 21 mm

Thickness : 2 mm

Shape : Hexagon (6 - Sided)

Year : 1964

Reverse : Value and Year

Obverse : Ashoka Lion Capital

Year: 1964

(Rare Coin) Calcutta Mint Price : VF : 30 to 35 Rs. XF: 60 to 65 UNC: 125 to 130

Mumbai Mint Price : VF : 15 to 17 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 40

Year : 1965

Reverse : Value and Year

Obverse : Ashoka Lion Capital

Year: 1965

1965 3 Paise coin price

Calcutta Mint : VF : 15 to 17 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 35

Mumbai Mint : VF : 15 to 17 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 35

Year : 1966

Reverse : Value and Year

Obverse : Ashoka Lion Capital

Calcutta Mint : VF : 10 to 17 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 45

Mumbai :VF : 15 to 17 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 35

(Rare Coin) Hyderabad Mint :VF : 30 to 40 Rs. XF: 60 to 70 UNC: 125 to 150

Year : 1967

(Rare Coin) Calcutta Mint : VF : 25 to 30 Rs. XF: 55 to 75 UNC: 100 to 125

Mumbai Mint : VF : 16 to 20 Rs. XF: 21 to 25 UNC: 30 to 45

(Rare Coin) Hyderabad Mint :VF : 30 to 40 Rs. XF: 60 to 75 UNC: 130 to 150

Year : 1968

Calcutta Mint : VF :10 to 15 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 35 to 45

Mumbai Mint :VF :10 to 15 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 45

Hyderabad Mint :VF :10 to 15 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 45

Year : 1969

Calcutta Mint : VF : 45 to 60 Rs. XF: 75 to 90 UNC: 150 to 175

Hyderabad Mint :VF : 50 to 60 Rs. XF: 75 to 90 UNC: 150 to 175

Year : 1970

(old rare coin) Calcutta Mint : VF : 50 to 70 Rs. XF: 90 to 110 UNC: 150 to 180

Year : 1971

Reverse : Value and Year

Obverse : Ashoka Lion Capital

Calcutta Mint : F: 5 to 10 VF : 15 to 17 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 40

Hyderabad Mint : F: 5 to 10 VF : 12 to 17 Rs. XF: 20 to 25 UNC: 30 to 40

Note: This blog post is for informational purposes only and does not constitute financial or investment advice. Always do thorough research and consult with professionals before making any financial decisions.

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