10 Sep 2018  Mon

Nawanagar was one of the Princely States during British rule in India. Today Nawanagar is known as it is situated in Indian States of Gujarat; it is also known as Jamnagar. Nawanagar was founded by Sri Rawalji in the year 154...

10 Sep 2018  Mon

In philately, an omnibus issue is an issue of stamps by several countries with a common subject and which may share a uniform design.

In the year 1920 a series of stamps were produced by for the small islands in the...

10 Sep 2018  Mon

The first stamp of Aland Island was issued on 1st March 1984.

The Aland Island is an independent little island North to Finland. This recently born country was under continuous struggle for existence. This small reg...

10 Sep 2018  Mon

An online auction No. 15 was held by Imperial Auction on 8th September 2018, it consists of a varied amount of specimens in its lot. The feature image of this article illustrates the gold dinar of Gahadavala king Govinda Chan...

10 Sep 2018  Mon

The UNPA recently announced the name of its 2019 stamp program – Fascination. Six commemorative stamp sets, seven special event souvenir sheets, and one definitive stamp would be issued next year.

On 21st February ...

10 Sep 2018  Mon

Syria is quite fond of depicting its different historical and archaeological monuments on coins. One of the beautiful specimens is the copper-nickel 10 pound coin issued in 1996 which depicts the ruins of Palmyra on its rever...

10 Sep 2018  Mon

Ancient Roman Coins from the 5th Century AD, enclosed in a soapstone jar, were unearthed from the basement of the Cressoni Theatre in Como, north of Milan, Italy. Archaeologists are still researching on the historical and cul...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

William Shakespeare is always considered as one of the most lovable writers in the world. He has written almost 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and a few other verses. All his plays are been translated into m...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

ICMR stands for Indian Council of Medical Research; it is one of the most important bodies of our country which helps us for the formation, coordination, and promotion of Biomedical research. It is one of the oldest medical r...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

The Islamic Republic of Iran also known as Persia is a sovereign state in Western Asia. Iran is the world's 18th-most-populous country and is the second-largest country in the Middle East and the 17th-largest in the world. Te...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

Commemorative Swiss stamps of 1941 to 1945 highlight important national programs and events.

Though, Switzerland was neutral during the war, it was completely surrounded by Axis nations or Axis-occupied nations. Th...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

Commemorative Swiss stamps of 1932 to 1939 celebrated peacetime international events in Switzerland.

In the year 1932 The Conference for the Reduction and Limitation of Armaments also known as The World Disarmament...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

“The Earth and Beyond” is a three-coin series introduced by the Royal Australian Mint that celebrates our planet and other celestial bodies. The first coin in the series was dome-shaped and featured a view of Earth from s...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

A great scholar of uncommon erudition, Pandit Gopinath Kaviraj was born on 7th September, 1887 in Dhaka. He was a stalwart in the field of Indological studies, Sanskrit Tantra, and philosopher.

Studying initially, at...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

The Durrani Empire was founded and built by Ahmed Shah Durrani. At its maximum extent, the empire covered the modern day Afghanistan, Pakistan, as well as some parts of northeast Iran, eastern Turkmenistan, and northwestern I...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

Barbados and Samoa released .999 fine silver coins featuring a seahorse. The obverse of the Barbados dollar features the golden coat of arms with Barbados flowers and the bearded fig tree. A dolphin is shown on the right of ...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

The Royal Mail released a set of eight stamps on 30th August to celebrate the 200th anniversary of Old Vic Theatre. Royal Coburg or Old Vic was built on reclaimed marshland, near Waterloo Bridge, in London and was made operat...

07 Sep 2018  Fri

To mark the 26th consecutive each win by the Australian mare Winx, Australia Post has issued stamps to commemorate this victory. This racing competition was first called Warwick Stakes, but it was renamed the Winks Stakes in ...

06 Sep 2018  Thu

We have always seen British India banknotes. Have you known the history of the banknotes of Portuguese and French occupied India? Well, these banknotes too have an interesting story to tell.

The rupia was the curren...

06 Sep 2018  Thu

Stockholm Skyline Stamps are the early commemorative stamps of Sweden which were issued on 4th July 1924 in order to celebrate the 8th Universal Postal Union Congress, held in Stockholm.

The first commemorative stam...