07 Jun 2018  Thu

Department of Posts, India and Russia Post are going to establish postal cooperation for releasing Joint Issues. Both countries have very strong bilateral relations in almost every area, as per an official statement.

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07 Jun 2018  Thu

Depicted here is a silver Rupee issued in the reign of Jahangir from Kishtwar (Khitwar) mint. The obverse of the coin shown the legend Jahangir Shah Akbar Shah while the reverse of the coins depict the Persian month Mihr Ilah...

07 Jun 2018  Thu

The Marcopolo Sheep is a subspecies of argali sheep, named after Marco Polo. The majestic and magnificent animal, it is recognized by their large size and very long outward curving horns. Their habitat is the mountainous regi...

07 Jun 2018  Thu

On 21st May 2018, the United States Postal Service issued two airmail forever stamps to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the airmail service. These two stamps depict similar design but are different in colour.

In...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

The Royal Canadian Mint recently released new coloured fine silver coins featuring a Panda at Calgary Zoo’s new Panda Passage exhibit. The coin celebrates the family of giant pandas that was newly-adopted by the Calgary Zoo...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

Newfoundland issued one shilling orange coloured stamp in 1860. It is one of the rarest stamps of British North America made from handmade paper without mesh.

This stamp came in three printing varieties. Each type of...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

USPS has come up with new and refreshing stamps to cool off with this summer. 10 scratch and sniff forever stamps are being released soon which feature ICE POPS, the most favourite icy treats around the world.

Popul...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

The Slovak National Uprising (SNP) Museum from Banska Bystrica issued 5,000 copies of an official zero-euro souvenir banknote. The notes were released on Victory over Fascism Day (8th May) and 3,000 copies were sold out withi...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

Bengal Sultan Sikandar Bin Ilyas (AD 1357-1389) was son of Shamsuddin Ilyas Shah. He was the second Sultan of Bengal. He was also the second sultan of Ilyas Shah Dynasty. The full name of Sikandar Shah was Abul Mujahid Sikand...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

Ibrahim Shah Afshar was a Shah of Persia during the Afsharid Empire. He was a nephew of Nader Shah. He reigned as the emperor for a very short period of just two months from July to September 1748.

He deposed his ...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

The '5/6 Interchange' is one of the architectural wonders of modern times built in Qatar. The arches at Interchange 5/6 are the biggest and tallest monument in Qatar with a height of 100 meters and width of 147 meters, and we...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

Bahamani kingdom was a Muslim state of the Deccan in South India during the medieval era of Indian history. The Kingdom was founded by Ala Al-Din Hassan Bahman Shah, revolting successfully against the Sultan of Delhi, Muhamma...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

Muhammad Ibrahim was a claimant to a throne of Mughal dynasty on 15 October 1720. He had been designated by the Sayyid brothers as his brother's successor.

He issued only gold Mohur and silver Rupee during his reig...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

“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...

06 Jun 2018  Wed

One most influenced and sought after coinage in the world, the Roman coinage consists of some of the most attractive designs. The designs on the Roman coins are influenced by the various aspects of their life. They depicted t...

05 Jun 2018  Tue

“Frankenstein” or “The Modern Prometheus” is a novel written by Mary Shelley (1797–1851) an English author. It tells the story of Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist who creates a grotesque but sapient creature i...

05 Jun 2018  Tue

Murad Bakhsh was the youngest son of Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and Mumtaz Mahal. He was born in the year 1624, being the youngest made him a favourite of his elder siblings. In the year 1642, he was appointed as Subedar of Mu...

05 Jun 2018  Tue

Broach or Bharuch was a Princely State during British rule in India. It is located on the northern bank of river Narmada, about 30 miles from the Gulf of Cambay. It was one of the important ports on the sea route to Europe. <...

05 Jun 2018  Tue

This year marks the 200th anniversary of the publication of “Frankenstein”. To commemorate this special occasion Jersey Post is all set to issue eight spooky stamps.

Frankenstein is one of the legendary horror s...

05 Jun 2018  Tue

Themes and designs for two 2018 circulating commemorative €2 coins were recently revealed by Greece. The 70th anniversary of the union of the Dodecanese with Greece is celebrated on one coin. The Dodecanese is a group of 15...