The 1940 issues: both Banknotes bearing the portraits of King George V (issued on 24.07.1940) and George VI (issued in 1944):
The image of a one rupee packet issued during 1984, signed by Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Pratap Kishen Kaul, from the collection of my friend Rajan Trikha, who has sent this image from Amritsar.
The third issue (in 1985) was again issued with a “Plain Inset” and was identical to the previous issues. This Banknote was issued with the prefixes G, H and K.
The Front of a One Rupee banknote issued with the Inset letter "A" from my friend Rajan Trikha's collection who has sent this image from Amritsar.
The third issue (in 1987) again had the Inset letter “A” and was similar to the previous issues. These Banknotes were issued with the prefixes M to Q (with the omission of the letter O).
The names and positions of the 15 languages as contained in the Language Panel in present day issues as shown in this Rs 10/- image above
Links to other posts on Indian Currency denominations on this blog:
1) Introduction of the new Rs.2000/- denomination in Indian Currency circulation wef 10.11.2016
2) Classification and Valuation of Rs.1000/- denomination Banknotes
3) Classification and Valuation of Rs.500/- Banknotes
4)Classification and Valuation of Rs.100/- Notes
5) Classification and Valuation of Rs.50/- Notes
6) Classification and Valuation of Rs.20/- Notes
7) Classification and Valuation of Rs.10/- Notes
8) Classification and Valuation of Rs.5/- Notes
9) Evolution and Valuation of one Rupee Banknotes in India
10) Did-you-know-series-1: Assists for identification of Currency Notes by visually challenged users
11) Did-you-know-series-2-what-is-design-or focus of the picture at the back of circulating Currency Notes in India?
12) Are you carrying a Fake Rs.500/- Banknote in your purse/wallet?: A comprehensive study