Old Note: This note of Rs 10 and Rs 20 will make you a millionaire, know what should be its speciality...

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People who have the habit of collecting old and rare currency, today also have a great opportunity to earn good money. Many people are earning good money by selling notes and coins worth lakhs of rupees on online classified platforms. If you also have old and rare coins and notes, you can also earn money very easily by selling the currency online.


For example, if you have any note of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 100 or 2000 rupees whose serial number is 786, then you can earn lakhs of rupees overnight sitting at home. Let us know how you can earn lakhs of rupees by selling Indian currency online...

Many people in India are fond of collecting unique coins. However, when they are in dire need of money, such additions come in handy and can help them earn lakhs. One can easily sell coins on classified platforms like IndiaMart, E-bay, and Quikr.

There is demand for these notes...
Old added notes are being sold for lakhs of rupees on the website and notes with serial number 786 are in great demand. The reason behind the increasing demand for such notes is that the number 786 has great significance in the Islamic religion. This number is considered lucky and that is why followers of Islam collect notes with serial number 786.

How to sell old notes with serial number 786?
Register yourself as a 'Seller' on the website. However, if you are already a registered seller on the platform, you can log in directly.


Upon logging in, you'll need to create a list for the note. You must upload a clear photo of your note to the listing so that your ads look real. You also have to decide the price at which you want to sell the note. According to media reports, special notes with serial number 786 are being sold for up to Rs 3 lakh.

Once your listing goes live, people interested in collecting old notes and coins will start contacting you.

You can negotiate with buyers to sell your coins at your desired price.

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