Meet Udaipur man holding world’s largest and smallest note
Udaipur man, Mahendra Sharma is in possession of world's smallest and largest currency notes.
Udaipur man, Mahendra Sharma is in possession of world’s smallest and largest currency notes.
Mahendra informed that world’s largest currency note is the 600 Ringgit Malaysian note that was released on the 60th independence day of Malaysia in 2018. The size of this note is 370mm x 220mm. This note has also been recorded as world’s biggest legal tender by Guiness Book of World Record.
At the same time, Mahendra also has the world’s smallest currency note – the 1916 note of 10 Russian Kopek. Size of this note is 30mm x 25mm.
Marble businessman, Mahendra has been a Numismatic and antiques collectors for last 30 years. He said that he has over 100 years hanging paintings, old crockery, old gallantry awards, marble jars, old kerosene lamps and other items that are over 100-200 years old in his antique collection.
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In his paper note currency, he has notes of 175 nations. Out of these some notes are of extreme rare nature. He has both fancy and star series notes in his collection.
He has all the 1 Rs note that have been released in India from 1917 till 2017.
Besides this, he also has a huge collection of error notes – these are those notes where paper and/or printing error has been reported.