18 Sep 2018  Tue

Easter Island (Rapa Nui: Rapa Nui, Spanish: Isla de Pascua) is a Chilean island in the south eastern Pacific Ocean, at the south-eastern most point of the Polynesian Triangle in Oceania. Easter Island is most famous for its n...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

Perth Mint issued an Antique Finish high relief .9999 fine silver $8 coin called The Rare Earth for Tuvalu. The reverse features a design of a star exploding into a supernova, with a 0.035-carat golden diamond at its centre. ...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

Did you know that an Indian game called ‘Sagol Kangjei’ which is originated in Manipur has been adopted as modern game of ‘Polo’ all over the world?

Sagol Kangjei is the name of the game of polo played in Ma...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

When Ali the fourth Khalifa-e-Rashidun and last Islamic religious and political leader died in 661 AD, the Arab governor in Syria seized power. Muwaiya came from Umayya clan in Mecca and founded the first hereditary Islamic d...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

This commemorative coin was issued by the USA on 31st January 2011, to honour the American Soldiers. These coins commemorate the nation’s oldest military branch, the United States Army, which was founded by the Continental ...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

Canada Post had released one stamp every day last week to honour the country’s Emergency Responders. The final stamp design from this series was dedicated to the Police Force and was launched on 14th September at Ottawa Pol...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

This silver presentation Mudra was issued by Tukoji Rao II form the Princely State Indore. Indore was the Princely State during the British rule in India. Today it is situated in the Indian States of Madhya Pradesh. It was ru...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

Revenue stamps, also called fiscal stamps, have been issued around the world since the 17th century to verify the payment of taxes or fees on everything from alcohol and tobacco to playing cards and hunting licenses.

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18 Sep 2018  Tue

St. Paul’s Shipwreck has special significance to Malta and its people. Among the years of existence of the religion, Christianity has almost 2000 years of history in Malta. According to tradition, it was brought to the Isla...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

The world is commemorating the end of centenary of First World War this year (2018), it is considered as the mournful year. In 1918, the allied forces of WWI and Germany signed an agreement for cessation of hostilities.
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18 Sep 2018  Tue

The chain of event that gave birth to this currency started when the Japanese forces captured the Philippine Islands from 1943 to 1945. These islands were the territorial possession of the United States; Spanish ceded these i...

18 Sep 2018  Tue

New €100 and €200 banknotes from the Europa series will be officially circulated from 28th May 2019. The designs of these two notes were revealed yesterday by the European Central Bank. New versions of €5, €10, €20 ...

17 Sep 2018  Mon

Prime Minister, Mr. Narendra Modi celebrates his 68th birthday today! We, from Mintage World, wish him a very happy and a prosperous life.

Narendra Modi, the 14th and the current Prime Minister of India, has focused...

17 Sep 2018  Mon

Algeria is a North African country with a Mediterranean coastline and a Saharan desert interior. The capital and most populous city is Algiers, located in the far north of the country. The country is a semi-presidential repub...

17 Sep 2018  Mon

The first gold coin of independent Finland is going to be offered by Stack’s Bowers Galleries during its October Collectors Choice Online Auction of Ancient and World coins. Alexander I of Russia conquered Finland in 1809. ...

17 Sep 2018  Mon

Samoa is a country comprising of the westernmost group of the Samoan Islands, in Polynesia. Many of its islands have reef-bordered beaches and rugged, rainforest interiors with gorges and waterfalls. The islands include Upolu...

17 Sep 2018  Mon

Kamran Mirza was born to Mughal Emperor Babur and his wife Gulrukh Begum. He was the second son of Mughal Emperor Babur and a Half-Brother of Babur's eldest son Humayun. Kamran Mirza had ruled Kabul and Lahore.

Thi...

17 Sep 2018  Mon

Abraham Lincoln was born on 12th February 1809, in Kentucky. He was the 16th President of United States of America. He had served his country from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865.

He led the United ...

17 Sep 2018  Mon

Stack’s Bowers Galleries’ sold a 1950 Franklin Half Dollar for $39,600 on 15th August at Rarities Night auction. The coin is commonly found in several grades but the offered one was graded MS-67+ full bell lines (FBL) by ...

17 Sep 2018  Mon

Known as the Golden Warrior stamp, the first stamp of independent Kazakhstan was issued on 23 March 1992.

Under the Soviet Union, the Kazakh SSR postal service was an integral part of the Soviet system. The republic...