Osmania Notes of Hyderabad were the only Princely State Currency Notes that were issued in various denominations like 1 rupee, 5 rupees, 10 rupees, 100 rupees and 1000 rupees. Learn in detail about Princely State Notes of Hyderabad only at Mintage World.
Independent India Stamps are based on various interesting themes. The first Stamp of Independent India was issued on 21st November 1947 and featured the national flag. Learn more about all types of Independent India stamps in detail at Mintage World.
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Find out the hidden truths behind the History of Malwa which began its journey in 1392 CE and the kings who ruled in the Malwa Region, only at Mintage World.
Medieval Coins of India can be broadly categorized as those issued by Delhi Sultans, Hindu Kingdoms, medieval coins issued by Sultans of other territories and medieval period coins issued by Princely states. Learn more about Medieval India Coins at Mintage World!
Did you know that old British India coins were circulated even after India attained independence? The first modern coins of India were minted in 1950. Modern Indian coins under the Anna series were introduced in 1957. Learn more about rare modern coins in India at Mintage World.
Osmania Notes of Hyderabad are the only Princely state currency notes of India. They featured interesting designs and symbols. They were available in 1 rupee, 5 rupees, 10 rupees, 100 rupees and 1000 rupees denominations. Learn more about these unique princely state notes at Mintage World.
The history of Alwar state date back to the early 11th century when maharaja Alaghraj was the ruler. It was further merged with other princely states to form Ajmer state. Get more details at Mintage World.
From 18th century onwards, early Banknotes of India were issued by both private banks and semi government banks. Learn in detail about rare old Indian currency notes issued by Bengal, Bombay and Madras presidencies at Mintage World.
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