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“Life is short and the world too wide!”

To all those struck with the wanderlust, here’s another lot of banknotes depicting some of the offbeat and some famous tourist places from all over the world. The holiday season is upon us and all of us are ready to get packing and hit the trails. And while we are visiting new countries, let us take a closer look at their currencies. Believe it or not, the banknotes in themselves are a treasure chest of adventures. Let’s view some of these tourist places on banknotes!

Continue reading World in your pockets: Tourist places on Banknotes (Part II)

The Mintage World Team comprises of experts, researchers and writers from the field of Philately, Notaphily and Numismatics who try to shed light on some of the most interesting aspects of coins, banknotes and stamps from not just India but across the globe as well.
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india fights corruption

Corruption, Bribes and Black money..problems that had riddled India since decades. These problems had become increasingly prominent in the recent years and we are not new to the series of scams that have come to light like the Adarsh Housing Society scam, the 2010 House loan scam, 2G spectrum scam and much more.  Finally, on the 8th of November 2016, India fights backs, India fights corruption!

Continue reading India fights corruption: One Move and Checkmate!

The Mintage World Team comprises of experts, researchers and writers from the field of Philately, Notaphily and Numismatics who try to shed light on some of the most interesting aspects of coins, banknotes and stamps from not just India but across the globe as well.
Indian Banknotes – British Indian Government Issues

After the Paper Currency Act was enacted in 1861 CE under the rule of British India, paper money began to be officially issued by the government. The act effectively ended the bank’s authority to issue notes. It gave the government monopoly over currency issues in India. James Wilson, the first Finance Member of the Government of India in 1859 CE, put in place initiatives that would introduce Indian banknotes issued by the government.

Continue reading Indian Banknotes – British Indian Government Issues

The Mintage World Team comprises of experts, researchers and writers from the field of Philately, Notaphily and Numismatics who try to shed light on some of the most interesting aspects of coins, banknotes and stamps from not just India but across the globe as well.