When Pakistan came into existence on 14th August 1947, it did not have its own currency. Instead, Indian currency notes were used by Pakistan which were over-stamped with ‘Government of Pakistan’ title. The Reserve Bank of India acted as the common currency authority for India and Pakistan until 30th September 1948 to allow a cushion period for 13 months for the newly born state, Pakistan, to issue its own currency.
There were so many variations thereafter in the currency notes which were printed/published by Pakistan. Notes issued before 1971 were in Bengali, English and Urdu language but since the separation in 1971, Pakistani Rupee has only England and Urdu text.
We have compiled all the currency images of Pakistan that were/are in use. The collection of the notes are given below:
If you think we have missed something, please let us know in the comments.
Hi.. i was searching for these currency fir do long, as I’m planning to make a copy of all these notes all collect in my memories! Thank you!
Any one have coins information of Pakistan since 1947?
you r missing bangladesh
You’ve shared really great collection for currency note. I think you’re missing a 5 rupees note on the back of which was picture of Gawadar Port.