Now instead of this 2 rupee coin, you can also earn up to 5 lakhs!

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If you are interested in collecting old coins, you can earn a big amount instantly. If by any means you have an old coin of Rs 2, then you can get returns of up to Rs 5 lakh. You can sell it on Quikr to earn a good price. However, the coin should be of 1994 and have the Indian flag on the reverse.

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All you have to do is visit Quikr.com and register yourself as a seller on the website. After this click on the coin's photo on the website and upload it. Interested buyers will contact you. You have to negotiate with them and sell the coin.

Similarly, a one rupee silver coin of Queen Victoria's British era is worth Rs 2 lakh. Similarly, a British one rupee coin made during 1918 may cost Rs 9 lakh. These coins are being sold on the e-commerce site Quikr. These coins are in great demand in the market.

Another website where you can sell old coins and notes is IndiaMART.com where an auction takes place and the person who makes the highest bid takes the coin. You are also allowed to negotiate with the buyer.

Old and rare notes are also bought and sold on a website called Coin Bazaar. Old Rs 1, Rs 2 or Rs 5 notes can bring you into lakhs with certain conditions.

Another series which is extremely popular is '786'. This series is in great demand among Muslims. Currency notes with the '786' series are considered auspicious and owning one is a sign of prosperity.

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According to media reports, if you have coins of Rs 5 and Rs 10, on which Mata Vaishno Devi is engraved, then you can earn lakhs of rupees by putting them in the auction. These coins were issued by the government in 2002 and are in high demand. Since Hindus have great reverence for Mata Vaishno Devi, there are many people who are willing to spend lakhs for such a coin.

Recently, an advertisement for one rupee old note came in the coin market. According to this, if you have a Re 1 note and it meets their standards, then you can earn 45,000 rupees instead. Be sure to know the conditions before checking your old notes.