Banknotes from French India

French India refers to smaller areas of India under French control, with the first areas being acquired by the French East India Company in 1664. Throughout its existence, the areas of French India switched between French and British control, but as a result of the Napoleonic Wars (1803–1815), France was able to repossess all its Indian territories. After India gained its independence in 1947, France began ceding its areas back to India, with the four last territories being transferred to India in 1954.
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Pondicherry - Rupee

1 Roupie / Rupee
1919-1945

Standard banknote
120 × 80 mm
P# 4, P# 4A, N# 215742
5 Roupies / Rupees
1937-1946

Standard banknote

P# 5, N# 215747
10 Roupies (Rupees)
1874-1910

Standard banknote
180 × 92 mm
P# A1, N# 215588
10 Roupies / Rupees
1919

Standard banknote
180 × 92 mm
P# 2, N# 216288
50 Roupies (Rupees)
1898 (1875-1898)

Standard banknote
207 × 118 mm
P# A2, P# A3, N# 202273
50 Roupies / Rupees
1936-1945

Standard banknote
215 × 146 mm
P# 7, N# 216145

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