31 May 2018  Thu

Kurinji is a gregarious shrub found in the Shola forests of the Western Ghats. Nilgiri Hills, which literally means the Blue Mountains, got their name from this purplish blue flowers of Neelakurinji that blossoms only once in...

31 May 2018  Thu

When the American Civil War was going on, President Abraham Lincoln had to conduct a successful military campaign against the South which had formally withdrawn and also create the Union of Confederate States at the same time...

31 May 2018  Thu

Canada Post scored a goal of its own by revealing a new stamp celebrating the most beloved sports of the country. Canada commemorates 2018 Mastercard Memorial Cup Championship junior ice hockey tournament on a brand new Stamp...

31 May 2018  Thu

The Abbasids were the third Caliphate dynasty of the Islamic empire. They are descended of Muhammad's uncle, Al-Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib, from whom the dynasty takes its name. They ruled as caliphs for most of their reign fr...

31 May 2018  Thu

Manipur was an independent state situated in the north-eastern part of India. This state came under British protection around 1891. It was one of the last independent states to incorporate into British India.

The ab...

31 May 2018  Thu

The Curtiss Jenny stamp was issued by the American Post in the year 1918. It is among one of the three Airmail postage stamps of US. This 24 cent stamp was one of the first to release out of the three sets of stamps. 

30 May 2018  Wed

Also known as the “Cap de Bour”, Bull Head stamps were the earliest stamps of Romania. These stamps were issued in the year 1858 in the Romanian principality of Moldova.

Following the 1856 Treaty of Paris, the D...

30 May 2018  Wed

Indonesia is a Southeast Asian nation made up of thousands of volcanic islands. It is home to hundreds of ethnic groups speaking many different languages and is known for beaches, volcanoes, Komodo dragons and jungles shelter...

30 May 2018  Wed

India is rich in all the aspects! Being the seventh largest country in the world, India has a variety of geographical zones with at least three biodiversity hotspots. It is one of the 17 mega-diverse countries and is host to ...

30 May 2018  Wed

The Malwa Sultanate was a late medieval independent Sultanate of the Turkish origin in the Malwa region. In the present-day, it is located in the Madhya Pradesh state of India. It was founded by Dilawar Khan Ghori, the govern...

30 May 2018  Wed

Abd Allah Qutb Shah was the seventh ruler of Qutb Shahi Dynasty Golkonda, he ruled Golkonda from 1626 CE to 1672 CE.

Abd Allah Qutb Shah issued coins in two main types. The first type bears the legend ‘Abd Allah S...

30 May 2018  Wed

10 se-tenant stamps would be released by the Netherlands featuring images of insects. They belong to the Experience Nature series that began on 2nd January with a pane of 10 stamps depicting reptiles and amphibians. On 9th Ap...

30 May 2018  Wed

Jahangir was a fourth Emperor of the Mughal dynasty who ruled the Empire from 1605 to 1627 AD. He issued remarkable verities of coins in his reign.

The Rupees of Jahangir that bore the ‘Muzaiyan’ couplet were e...

30 May 2018  Wed

A new vertically designed 100-ruble commemorative FIFA banknote celebrating the 2018 World Cup was revealed on 22nd May by the Central Bank of Russia. It is Russia’s first polymer note and features late great Russian Goalke...

30 May 2018  Wed

The 100 Paisa (1 Rupee) denomination stamp depicts the Shore Temple at Mahabalipuram. The temple is poised on the shore of the Bay of Bengal with waves lapping against its base. It belongs to the earliest phase of Dravidian t...

30 May 2018  Wed

In the late 1700s, the mint of United State was not yet operational, so the colonies started to mint their own coins. There were even many private entrepreneurs that issued coins, Ephraim Brasher was one of the famous private...

30 May 2018  Wed

Ira & Larry Goldberg Auctioneers’ Pre-Long Beach auction is going to offer a rare Judaean bronze coin on 12th and 13th June. The coin was struck in the Herodian Kingdom by Herod of Chalcis and has an estimated value of $7,5...

30 May 2018  Wed

This gold gadayana was issued by the Kadambas of Goa under the reign of Shivachitta Tribhuvanamalla. This dynasty of Kadambas ruled in the late classical period in Goa around 14th-century CE.

The obverse of this coi...

29 May 2018  Tue

The National Bank of Cambodia announced on 16th May that they are soon going to release a new 20,000-riel banknote. The denomination is almost equal to USD $5. Other denominations from 50- to 100,000-riel are still in circul...

29 May 2018  Tue

The Antilles are referred to as the First Stamps of Cuba. Issued in April 1855, these stamps were joint issues with Puerto Rico.

Cuba- an island country in the Caribbean Sea was colonized by Spain. With the Spanish ...