1981 to 2002 Nepal - Collection of Banknotes - 1 Rupee to 1000 Rupees

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1981 to 2002 Nepal - Collection of Banknotes - 1 Rupee to 1000 Rupees:

Nepal p37: 1 Rupee from 1991
Nepal p29b: 2 Rupees from 1981
Nepal p53a: 5 Rupees from 2005
Nepal p45: 10 Rupees from 2002
Nepal p31b: 10 Rupees from 1985
Nepal p38b: 20 Rupees from 1988
Nepal p41: 25 Rupees from 1997
Nepal p33c: 50 Rupees from 1983
Nepal p34e: 100 Rupees from 1981
Nepal p50: 500 Rupees from 2002
Nepal p42: 250 Rupees from 1997
Nepal p35d: 500 Rupees from 1996
Nepal p36d: 1000 Rupees from 1996

These notes feature 2 Nepalese Monarchs: King Birenda Bir Bikram, and King Gyanendra Bir Bikram.

King Gyanendra Bir Bikram was the last King of Nepal and was deposed by the first session of the Constituent Assembly on 28 May 2008, thereby declaring the nation as the Federal Democratic Republic of Nepal and abolishing the 240-year reign of the Shah Dynasty.

In 2001 Dipendra Bir Bikram Shah Dev (the son of King Birenda Bir Bikram) opened fire at a house on the grounds of the Narayanhity Royal Palace, the residence of the Nepalese monarchy, where a party was being held. He shot and killed his father, King Birendra, his mother, Queen Aishwarya, his younger brother and sister and other members of the royal family before shooting himself in the head. Because he had killed most of the line of succession, he became king for three days while in a comatose state from the head wound.

He was succeeded by King Gyanendra Bir Bikram (his Uncle) who was suspiciously absent from the party....

Each note features some beautiful artistry, and has been imaged for personal grading.

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