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Indian Institute for Research in Numismatic Studies

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Established  1980
Type  Numismatic
Curator  Amiteshwar Jha
Location  Nasik, Maharashtra.
Director  Amiteshwar Jha
Indian Institute for Research in Numismatic Studies
Website  http://inhcrf.org/Public/Include/Home.aspx

Indian Institute of Research in Numismatic Studies is located near the town of Nasik in Maharashtra state of India. Known locally as the Money Museum it is primarily a research centre with one wing dedicated to a public gallery.

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The Display

The Gallery has two displays. The first is a small display on the money of India drawn from the collection of the institute. The second is a display of the photographic work of K G Maheshwari.

Library

The IIRNS has the most important numismatic library in India. Available for use by scholars (the Institute also has guest houses) it includes both Indian and non-Indian numismatic works as well as slides, file cards, and other records of numismatic collections.

Publications

The institute publishes books on a variety of subjects but primarily in Numismatics.

References

Indian Institute for Research in Numismatic Studies Wikipedia


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