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Considering the evolutionary stages of human history, it is clear that with the passage of time not only human needs have increased but man has also created means to meet these needs in the past. Used include rice, salt, spices, beautiful stones, tools, tobacco, dried fish, tea, sugar, pieces of leather and animals.
In Africa, ivory was a currency. Salt was used as currency in the United States and parts of Africa until World War I. Immediately after World War II, there were flats or two packs of cigarettes in Australia. In Iran, occasional payments were made in the form of saffron.
After the introduction of Pakistan's financial system in July 1948, efforts were intensified for its own security printing press on the production of new currency notes in Pakistan. On April 1, 1948, the Government of Pakistan issued various coin sets. The then Finance Minister Ghulam Muhammad presented a beautiful seat at the ceremony in the service of Quaid-e-Azam. Currency notes were used during the formation of Pakistan. They were issued by the Bank of India. Immediately after the partition, since Pakistan had no currency of its own, it was forced to use Rs. 1, 5, 10 and 100 notes issued by the same bank.
According to the State Bank of Pakistan, these notes were used till September 30, 1948. On the foreheads of these currency notes were written in English and Urdu the Government of Pakistan as well as on the foreheads of these notes there was a picture of the Governor General of undivided India. Another highlight of these notes was the variety of images posted on their backs. A deer on a five rupee note, a boat on a ten rupee note and a leopard face on a 100 rupee note. The notes were light green and blue in color.
On October 1, 1947, the Government of Pakistan issued its currency notes denominated in Rs. 5, 10 and 100. The ten rupee note was orange while the 100 rupee note was dark green. The structure of these notes was such that on the forehead of all these notes there was a moon and star on the right side. One rupee note was green and had a picture of the royal fort on the back, while the two rupee note had the minaret of Jahangir's mausoleum and a picture of the royal mosque on the back.
In 1951, more banknotes were printed by the SBP, including five, ten and one hundred rupee notes. Issued a new currency note of value on which a picture of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was published for the first time. On the back of this note was a picture of Badshahi Masjid Lahore. Decimal coins were first issued in Pakistan on January 1, 1971, after which the old coins lost their financial status and were replaced by one, two, five, twenty five, fifty and one rupee coins. Issued a currency note signed by the then Governor SBP Sajjad Ali.
On January 20, 1982, the Government of Pakistan issued four new currency notes of Rs. one,five,fifty and one hunderd rupees was include. The other highlights of the currency notes were that on their backs was written 'Rizq Halal Ain Ibadat' in Urdu language. On April 1, 1986, the State Bank of Pakistan issued a new currency note worth Rs. 500. Almost a year later, on July 18, 1987, the State Bank of Pakistan issued a Rs. Was the largest currency note. On January 29, 1996, the Government of Pakistan issued a special coin to the United Nations on the occasion of the Golden Jubilee. On the back of the coin was the flag of Pakistan and the State Bank of Pakistan issued a special notice of Rs. Behind it was a picture of Shah Rukh Alam's shrine in Multan. In 2005, a series of newly designed notes was issued by the Government of Pakistan. A complete series of newly designed notes of different denominations of Rs.5, Rs.20, Rs.50, Rs.100, Rs.500 and Rs.1,000 was been issued had to improve.
On May 26, 2006, the Governor of the State Bank of Pakistan, Shamshad Akhtar, announced the issuance of the largest currency note in the history of the country, valued at Rs.