05 Sep 2018  Wed

Heritage Auctions is going to offer rare and interesting Australian banknotes at Long Beach Expo World Currency Auction from 6th to 10th September in Long Beach, California. Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer’s collection of 158 ...

05 Sep 2018  Wed

A one of a kind coin worth 2.5 million dollars has been released by the Perth Mint, this coin weight around two kilograms and has four diamonds attached to it largest is 1.02 carats. This coin is called ‘Discovery’ and it...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

The very rare gold mohur issued by Mughal Emperor Jahangir was sold for whooping price of INR 4,10,000 in an Auction of Todywalla held in Mumbai on 1st September 2018. The weight of this coin is around 10.9g and it was minted...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

ONGC stands for Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited is an Indian’s Multinational oil and Gas Company. It was founded on 14th August 1956 by Government of India, It is Asia’s largest and most active company involved in...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

Pobjoy Mint released copper-nickel dollar and a Proof .925 fine silver $10 coin featuring a ship named Ark Raleigh to observe the 400th death anniversary of English writer, poet, courtier and explorer Sir Walter Raleigh. Cons...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

Serbian stamps commemorating the centenary of the Uprising of 1804 was one of the last issues of Serbia.
First stamps of Serbia first appeared in the year 1866. This was a crucial time in Serbian history. Serbia had...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

A newspaper stamp is a special type of postage stamp used to pay the cost of mailing newspapers and other periodicals.

Special Serbia stamps for use on newspapers were introduced in 1911. Before that date, all 01 P...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

Nasir Al-Din Mahmud Shah III was the sultan of Gujarat from 1537 AD to 1553 AD; with his reign, the decline of Gujarat Sultanate begins, but this had not put any impact on his coinage. He had issued a large number of coins wi...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

Abbas III was a son of Shah Tahmasp II and Shahpuri Begum of the Safavid dynasty. After the deposition of his father by Nader Shah the infant Abbas was appointed nominal ruler of Iran on 7th September 1732.

Abbas II...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

In MCS 16th Annual Coin, Banknote & Philately Fair 2018 Todywalla commenced two auctions, the coins and banknotes from different periods of India and the world was listed to auction in these event days. The feature image of t...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

Oswal Antiques held their auction no. 74 on 1st September in the World Trade centre, Mumbai during the MCS 16th Annual Coin, Banknote & Philately Fair 2018. The fascinating specimen from this lot is the coin illustrated in t...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

On 14th August, BEP released the last issue of its 2018 Intaglio Print Program at the ANA World’s Fair of Money in Philadelphia to complete the World War I 100th Anniversary Commemorative Collection.

An agreement m...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

We are all very attracted to ‘glow in dark’ things. Did you know that there are worms that glow too? Yes. You read it right. In New Zealand there are The Waitomo Glowworm Caves that attract a lot of tourists. This place ...

04 Sep 2018  Tue

On 12th September, the UNPA would be releasing a pane of 10 stamps and labels featuring the famous cartoon characters from “Thomas & Friends” to create awareness about U.N.’s Sustainable Development Goals educational pr...

03 Sep 2018  Mon

Pobjoy Mint released new titanium and cupro-nickel coins featuring a Crab for the Falkland Islands. The crab is one of the 10,000 identified species of Decapods which are found in oceans, fresh water, and on land. Unlike othe...

03 Sep 2018  Mon

Indian is always considered as the land of Spirituality. It has been a land was the greatest gurus and saints took birth like, Kabir, Guru Nanak, Sai Baba, Saint Dhyaneshwar etc. They have given people the way of Spirituality...

03 Sep 2018  Mon

Today we are going to talk about a topic ‘Naya Paisa’. Have you ever thought what this ‘Naya Paisa’ is and why we call it Naya Paisa?

Before 1857 The Indian Rupee was not decimalized. The Indian between 1857...

03 Sep 2018  Mon

The third king of the Mughal dynasty to occupy the throne of Delhi was Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar. He was born on October 15, 1542, at the house of a Rajput chieftain Rana Vishal at Ambarkot. At the age of thirteen years Akbar...

03 Sep 2018  Mon

The Princely State of Tonk accepted the British suzerainty in the year 1817. After the country achieved independence in the year 1947, Tonk state acceded to the newly formed Union of India.

The founder of the state ...

03 Sep 2018  Mon

Several United States Treasury Bonds from the John E. Herzog Collection were sold for a total of $650,000 on 14th August by Stack’s Bowers galleries at The ANA World’s Fair of Money in Philadelphia.

Obverse and...