This article applies to selling in: India

Coins and Paper Money Collectibles guidelines and examples

Examples of Permitted Product Listings

Reminder: All product listings must comply with all applicable laws and regulations

Coins and Paper Money Collectibles is a restricted category and sellers are required to obtain approval from the business team before listing Coins and Paper Money Collectibles. For more information, see "General Seller Requirements" under the Coins and Paper Money Collectibles page.

Types of Coins and Paper Money Collectibles that can be listed under Collectible Store:

  • Collectible Coins
  • Collectible Paper Money
Examples of Prohibited Product Listings
  • Counterfeit coins and paper money, including Bank notes, Bonds and Money orders.
  • Items (i.e. coins and paper money) considered legal tender.
  • Stocks and securities.
  • Equipment designed to create counterfeit items.
  • Cash or cash equivalent instruments, including money orders, traveller's cheques, stored value products like retail or open loop gift cards or electronic stored value redemption codes (except for retail gift cards for which authorisation from RBI has been obtained), gold, silver or other precious metal bullion.
  • Imitation and prop money that is not conspicuously marked "Copy" including:
    • Coins
    • Tokens
    • Paper Money
    • Commemorative medals

Additional Useful Information

  • The Indian Penal Code, 1860
  • The Payment and Settlement Systems Act, 2007
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