Z/10 793640 Oman, Bahrain, Qatar, UAE, Kuwait & KSA - Circulated. Iyengar (Governor, Reserve Bank of India). During British rule and until the 1960's, most of the countries in this area did not have their own currencies. Given the great amount of trade between India and Persian Gulf countries, using the Indian Rupees was a natural choice. The Persian Gulf Rupees or the Gulf Repee was a currency issued by the Government of India & the Reserve Bank of India for use in theSignature: H.The Persian Gulf Rupees or the Gulf Rupees was a currency issued by the Government of India & the Reserve Bank of India for use in the Persian Gulf & the Arabic Peninsula. It was an official currency in several areas that were controlled by the British. They carried a special serial number prefix of "Z". This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: World\Middle East\Other Middle East Paper Money". The seller is "ahm_1982" and is located in this country: OM.
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