3rd issue: Printed at Nasik. First released from Lahore on 18th December 1933. GOVERNMENT OF INDIA in top. Portrait of King George V in right window. 10 in three corners. Relief underprint TEN RUPEES beside signature panel. Single serial number on top right in Red. TEN RUPEES in Central Denomination Panel with a banana tree in foreground and lake and hills in background. Signed FOR THE GOVT OF INDIA. GOVT used in abbreviation before signature.
GOVERNMENT OF INDIA on top, TEN RUPEES below. 10 in rosette divides two elephants with Mahout. Language panel to left. RUPEES above elephants in relief.
RUPEES / TEN 10 TEN in concentric circles in the upper and lower edges within promise text panel. RUPEES and 10 in ornated pattern and G / O / I within circles of ornated pattern in reverse within watermark window.
Profile portrait of George V facing right. TEN RUPEES/GOVERNMENT/OF/INDIA/TEN RUPEES in five lines.
Some of these notes were overprinted for use in Burma. See Type 5.2 in Chapter 5.
|3.8.1 A||J.B. Taylor||M0 – 81||Thin paper: 2.5 to 3 thousandth of an inch thickness. Released in 1934|
|3.8.1 B||J.B. Taylor||M82 - 99, N||Thick paper: 3.5 to 4 thousandth of an inch thickness. Released in 1935|
|3.8.2||J.W. Kelly||N, P, Q, R,S||-|