02 Jun 2018  Sat

Kutch is a district situated in the Indian state of Gujarat. It is surrounded by Gulf of Kutch in South and the Arabian Sea in the west. The rulers of Kutch were Jadeja Rajputs who had come from Tatta in Sind; they conquered ...

02 Jun 2018  Sat

This gold mohur issued by Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan was sold for INR 60,000 at Classical Numismatic Gallery Auction held in Delhi on 19th May 2018. The Mughal Empire ruled the Indian Subcontinent during the medieval period. T...

02 Jun 2018  Sat

All the different culture, societies and civilizations believe in magic and superstitions, it is the most important part of the culture. To promote and highlight this phenomenal side of the traditions, Slovenia Post issued fo...

02 Jun 2018  Sat

Royal mail issued six stamps to mark the 250th anniversary of Royal Art Academy. This stamp depicts the special piece of art commissioned by the artist and Royal Academicians.

This academy was established in 1768 ap...

02 Jun 2018  Sat

The first postage stamps of the Austrian Empire appeared in 1850. These definitive postage stamps were a series of imperforate typographed stamps.

The issues served in whole the Austro-Hungarian Empire. The stamps o...

02 Jun 2018  Sat

The Central Bank of Luxembourg released special coins on 21st April to celebrate “Institutional Open Day”. It is the 10th coin in a series that features Luxembourg castles. This coin features Koerich Castle and is made of...

02 Jun 2018  Sat

The first Conference on the Exploration and Peaceful Uses of Outer Space was held in Vienna in 1968. Scientists, astronomers and representatives from 78 countries had come together to discuss the benefits of space exploration...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

Lithuania released a new 1.5 Euros collector coin celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Vilnius University Physical Days. Designed by Dinas Zauras, the coin’s obverse features a dinosaur whose forehead depicts a symbol of the...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

Bharatpur or Bhurtpore was a native Hindu Princely State of India which belonged to the Rajputana agency. Currently, it is located in the Brij region of Rajasthan. The name Bharatpur is derived from the name Bharat, brother o...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

Datia was a Princely State during British rule in India. It is situated in North-Central India. This state was administrated as a part of Bundelkhand Agency of Central India. Datia is located on the extreme North-West of Bund...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

Venezuela will think about releasing new banknotes only after three months. The plan was to remove three zeroes from bolivar and release the notes from 4th June.

The national banking association ABV wants to postpo...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

Latvia Post celebrated the country’s 100th anniversary by releasing a special 61¢ stamp featuring the Garden of Destiny on 18th May. Situated on an island in the Daugava River, the garden is a beautiful amalgamation of nat...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

The Abbasid Caliphs were the holders of the Islamic title Caliph who was a member of the Abbasid dynasty. It is a branch of the Quraysh tribe descended from the uncle of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, al-Abbas ibn Abd al-Mutta...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

Takhat Singh was a Maharaja of Jodhpur who ruled the state from 1843 to 1873 AD. He served the British at the time of Indian Mutiny of 1857 and in 1862 he received a Sanad of adoption. He died in Jodhpur on 13 February 1873 a...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

The airmail stamp of Italian Post is a rarity in the philatelic world with only five examples known. This stamp was issued to commemorate the planned flight from Bucharest to Paris in Constantinople.

Nearly all the ...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

The Princely State of Rewa, also known as Rewah, is located in the heart of India, today in Madhya Pradesh. This state was founded in 1140 AD and came under British protection in 1812 AD. The royal family of this kingdom belo...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

“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...

01 Jun 2018  Fri

The coinage of the “Bharatvarsha”, the entire Indian subcontinent originates from the early 6th century BCE and spans over thousands of years, hundreds of different kings, and numerous denominations and metals. The very e...

31 May 2018  Thu

The National Bank of Romania is going to release a gold coin featuring the forerunner of the Great Union - Michael the Brave. The Proof coin with a milled edge has a face value of 100 lei and a mintage limit of 250 pieces. It...

31 May 2018  Thu

One of China’s “four treasures of the Republic” will be offered by Cherrystone Philatelic Auctioneers of New York City on 12th and 13th June. The 2¢-on-3¢ blue-green Junk stamp was issued in 1922 with an inverted red ...