14 Jun 2018  Thu

‘Australia's Mining Town’s Local Post was founded specially for the establishment of Gold Miners which issued special stamps for this colony.

During 1890s in a gold rush began in the region around Coolgardie, We...

14 Jun 2018  Thu

The South African Reserve Bank will be releasing new commemorative banknotes as well as coins on 18th July to celebrate the 100th Birth Anniversary of the national hero - Nelson Mandela. Details about the designs and security...

14 Jun 2018  Thu

Stack’s Bowers Galleries would be offering interesting Chinese coins from the Republic Era during their August Hong Kong Showcase Auction. One of the coins features a portrait of Yuan Shih-kai wearing his military uniform. ...

14 Jun 2018  Thu

In the Long Beach Convention Centre, California the Long Beach coin, currency, stamp and other collectables show is commenced from today 14 to 16 June 2018. This show is held three times each year and more than 10,000 dealers...

14 Jun 2018  Thu

This quarter silver Rupee or Charn showed beside was issued in the reign of Akbar the great. The obverse of the coin showed the Ilhai creed ‘Allahu Akbar Jalla Jalalahu’. The reverse of the coin depicts Persian legend ‘...

14 Jun 2018  Thu

The Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries is going to offer two 1918 24¢ Jenny Invert airmail error stamps on 27th June in New York City.

The stamps from positions 6 and 15 on the only sheet of 100 invert errors were ...

14 Jun 2018  Thu

The Paratarajas are the royal family from western Pakistan. They are also known as the Parthian rulers of the Baluchistan. Paratarajas are connected and thought to be identical with Parthava in the Iranian literature, in Gree...

14 Jun 2018  Thu

Illustrated here is a silver Rupee coin, it was issued during the reign of King Suraj Mal of Bharatpur Princely State. This coin was struck in the name of Shah Alam II. The obverse of a coin is inscribed with Persian legend ...

14 Jun 2018  Thu

When you donate blood you gift life to a person who needs it. Donating blood is one of the noblest and giving acts that helps save millions of lives each year. With this gift, patients suffering from life-threatening conditio...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

The Jonathan Kern Collection of Siege Coinage was auctioned by CNG online before 16th May. A coin from the collection featuring the patron saint of artillerymen - Saint Barbara, was auctioned for $6,500 against an estimate of...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

The Central Bank of Azerbaijan will be circulating new 200 Azerbaijani mantas banknotes in June. This would be the largest denomination for the country and would be almost equal to USD $118. The new notes have been released t...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

A stamp popularity poll is conducted every year by the Royal Mail through the British Philatelic Bulletin. The Windsor Castle set of 10 was nominated as the favourite stamp set of 2017 while the nondenominated first-class Sha...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

The Bahmani Kingdom was a Muslim State in Deccan; it was the first independent Islamic kingdom of southern India. This kingdom was established by Ala-ud-din Bahman Shah after revolting against the Delhi Sultanate of Muhammad ...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

The Satavahanas ruled large parts of India from the 1st Century BCE till 2nd Century CE. The Satavahana ruled the part of Telangana, Andhra-Pradesh and Maharashtra. Their territory also extended to the modern parts of Gujarat...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

The PostNL launched ten vibrant and fabulous stamps in the new Experience Nature series. This post is issuing ten stamp sheetlet representing the four seasons. The stamp image shown on the left side belongs to the summer edit...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

Elamkulam Manakkal Sankaran Namboodiripad, popularly known as EMS was one of the foremost leaders of the communist movement in India. He was the first non-Congress chief minister of independent India.

Born on 13th J...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

Illustrated here is silver Rupee of Gwalior Princely State struck under the authority of Jean Baptiste Filose. Filose was a military commander in the army of Daulat Rao Sindhia, the Maratha ruler of Gwalior. This coin was str...

13 Jun 2018  Wed

Shashthi is the folk goddess in Hindu mythology, she is associated with childbirth and vegetation. She is illustrated as a motherly figure mounted on a cat and nurturing two small infants. As the consort of Lord Kartikeya, sh...

12 Jun 2018  Tue

“Civilisations aren't remembered by their business people, Bankers or lawyers. They're remembered by their art.” – Eli Broad.

And what’s the best place to observe these arts than at the museums! Museums are...

12 Jun 2018  Tue

Haiti is a Caribbean country that shares the island of Hispaniola with the Dominican Republic to its east. The region was originally inhabited by the indigenous Taino people. Spain landed on the island on 5 December 1492 duri...