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INDIAN MINTS
The earliest mints of India constitute Calcutta and Bombay. Hyderabad was the third mint established in India. The last of mint established in India is Noida, which is on the outskirts of New Delhi. 
INDIAN COINS MINTED IN FOREIGN MINTS/COUNTRIES
Because of the increasing demand for coins, Indian government was forced to mint coins in foreign countries. They are Taegu Korea, Seoul Korea, Royal Mint Ottowa Canada, Royal Mint London UK, Birmingham Uk, South Africa - Pretoria Mint, Tower Mint - UK, Mexico City Mint, Slovakia Kremnca Mint,  and Russia Moscow Mint. Please refer to the table on the right side for the mint, their mint mark and identification process.

        
        

INDIAN MAP DEPICTING THE INDIAN MINTS



Please note: Calcutta is now called Kolkata, Bombay is called Mumbai and Noida is on the outskirts of New Delhi.
      

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MINT MARKS

INDIAN MINTS

Calcutta

1) No mint marks

Bombay or Mumbai

1) Diamond below date


2) 'B' below date


3) 'M' after 1996

Hyderabad

1) SPLIT Diamond


2) Dot in diamond


3) * mark below date

Noida

1) Big round 'dot' below date


FOREIGN MINTS

Taegu Korea

1) * below 1st digit of the date

Seoul Korea

1) * below the last digit of the date

Royal Mint Ottowa Canada

1) 'C' below date

Royal Mint London UK

1) Diamond below the 1st digit

Birmingham Uk

1) 'H' below the last digit of the date

South Africa - Pretoria Mint

1) Letter 'M' in oval below date

Tower Mint - UK

1) 'U' below the date

Mexico City Mint

1) Letter 'O' above & 'M' below date

Slovakia Kremnca Mint

1) Letter 'MK' in circle

Russia Moscow Mint

1) MMD in oval below the date

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