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Gold mining Stamp

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Kolar Gold Fields in the State of Karnataka are reported to have been mined for gold during the last 2000 years or so. The systematic mining for gold in this area during modern times was started by an English mining firm, John Taylor & Sons in 1880. The mines were taken over by the Government of Mysore in 1956 and by the Government of India in 1962. The stamp depicts a miner drilling for ore along with representation of molten gold being poured into a mould and a few gold bricks.
block of 4 stamps with upper left margin and traffic lights on left margin


Issue Year: 20-Dec-80

Condition: good condition

Type/Series: Commemorative

Denomination: 100 paise

Color: Multicolor

Product Code: 1053-4D14
Note : Serial number will vary from image.

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This product is developed and offered to notaphilists, numismatists and philatelists for collection purpose.
This image is for reference purpose only Condition may vary from Image.
The product over 100 years. Not to be sold overseas.
Serial number will vary from image.

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