20 Jun 2016  Mon

Violence, wars, terrorist attacks and prosecutions have torn the world apart into pieces to such an extent that it is almost unimaginable to put them back together. Even as you are reading this, thousands of people across the...

14 Jun 2016  Tue

Can you imagine a world without stories? We were all born to tell and listen to them; that’s how our brains are wired, we remember instances not pieces of data, we arrive at conclusions and don't make predefined assumptions...

08 Jun 2016  Wed

You always cribbed “Show Me the Money”. Now you get to see me in person, nice, up and close!

Who said I can’t buy you happiness? What if you were given 100 million dollars?

There you go, I know you ar...

31 May 2016  Tue

Many notes come and go from your pockets and wallets, but we have never thought of the mysterious numbers hidden in them! To the naked eye, it would only appear as a normal note. But if you apply certain logic to looking at t...

23 May 2016  Mon

Gearing up the right way for anything that you have set your minds on always comes in handy. For example, if you’re a cricketer and decide to walk into the field without padding up, you are risking a serious injury. Same is...

16 May 2016  Mon

21st May will be observed as Buddha Purnima this year across the country, celebrating the birth of the enlightened one who introduced Buddhism to the world... Gautam Buddha. Historians believe that he lived from 563 BC to abo...

09 May 2016  Mon

A question that many of us might have thought of, but never knew whom to ask. Today, let’s try and examine this question completely and find out why nations refrain from over printing money. Let’s go step by step and deri...

02 May 2016  Mon

7th May 1861 was a special day in Indian history indeed. Rabindranath Tagore, one of the world’s most prominent polymaths was born. This year, we would be celebrating the 155th birth anniversary of this legendary multifacet...

25 Apr 2016  Mon

23rd April 2016 was a very special and eventful day indeed! Mintageworld.com was officially launched by Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis at the 25th Shukla Day Coin and Philately Fair organised at the World Trade Centre, Mumb...

19 Apr 2016  Tue

Collecting stamps is more than just a hobby for some. It’s an experience that helps you know different aspects that define a country. Through the study of stamps you can get a fair idea about a nation’s traditions, cultur...

12 Apr 2016  Tue

Coins were once collected by a select few, but today it has become one of the most promising businesses in the world. Experts believe that the market is driving itself as there are more sellers than buyers.

The resu...

05 Apr 2016  Tue

We are always loaded with cash in our wallets or pockets. Ever wondered what they are actually made of? Banknotes are generally made of cotton paper. Sometimes cotton is mixed with linen, abaca or other types of fibres to inc...

29 Mar 2016  Tue

You would ideally want coins to fit into your wallets or pockets easily, what if they are huge, like really huge? Here’s a list of some of the gigantic coins of India.

Giant 20 Stater of Eukratides

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22 Mar 2016  Tue

We all have a worldview about everything in life. Paintings will give you a whole new perspective to looking at things, through a painter’s vision. When everyone is running after something that they don’t have and when ti...

15 Mar 2016  Tue

Women have made their mark on not just different facets of life but also on various banknotes of the world. Since the month of March is dedicated to women, Mintageworld presents you interesting information about currency note...

09 Mar 2016  Wed

It’s International Women’s Week and Mintage World celebrates some of the most powerful women in Indian and Sri Lankan history who were featured on ancient coins. These women played a vital role in politics and governed th...

29 Feb 2016  Mon

As International Women’s week is almost here, let’s take a look at some stamps from across the world which portray different roles that women have played in the society. Apart from roles like that of a mother, a life part...

22 Feb 2016  Mon

The world’s beloved canine friends are not only known for their companionship but also for their bravery and a natural instinct to protect their masters. Dogs hold a special place in Indian history and commemorative stamps ...

13 Feb 2016  Sat

Time to crazily fall in love! But if you are running short of gifting ideas, there here are some exciting options that you shouldn’t skip. What better souvenir can you think of, than a sparkling Valentine’s special coin f...

08 Feb 2016  Mon

Indus Valley Civilization (IVC), also known as Indus Saraswati Civilization is an ancient civilization that flourished on the banks of river Indus. Located on both the banks of Indus river, the Indus Valley Culture is the fi...

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