1763 Goergian Sterling Silver Plate with Coat of Arms, London


Diameter: 9.5 inches

Weight: ~450 grams

A commemorative postage stamp on the Census of India 2011


The Population Census in India commencing from the 9th February, 2011 was the 15th Census in the unbroken series as reckoned from the year 1872 which marked the beginning of the modern census in the country.

India Post releases stamp on Corps of Signals


The Corps of Signals are more popularly known as the Information Warriors of the Indian Army Corps Of Signals (depicted on the stamp) have played an important role played by all ranks in enabling net centric warfare in the present information age.

Mary Ward - Loreto Institutions


To mark the 400 years (1609 – 2009) India Post issued a commemorative postage stamp on 02.02.2011 of Rs.5 on Mary Ward – Loreto Institutions. Also issued a first day cover.

100 Years of Indian Science Congress 2013


Picture : The design of the Commemorative Postage Stamp being released to mark this milestone depicts the spirit of the Centenary Session of the Indian Science Congress. A child, tender, mouldable & future of India, is observing a flower through a Magnifying Glass and DNA Structure in the background

A commemorative postage stamp on the Death Anniversary of Choudhury Ranbir Singh


India post issued a commemorative postage stamp on Ch. Ranbir Singh on Feb 1, 2011.

A commemorative postage stamp on ‘Doot’ Gujarati Magazine


Issued in Commemoration on the completion of 100 year of Doot Magazine on Jan 15, 2011

A commemorative postage stamp on the 500th Anniversary of the Coronation of Sri Krishna Deva Raya


Issued to honour Krishnadevaraya by issuing a commemorative postage stamp on Jan 27, 2011

A Troubled Credit Society


These 5 postcards were sent to a credit society in Allahabad in 1940's (British India) by different people. Text from first postcard is reproduced along with the pictures.

The lost cover ..... not really !


This is a unfranked (no postage paid) cover dispatched from Bara Bazaar, Calcutta in Bengal to, what appears to be, Kalarampur in zilla (i.e. district) Hadotee ( in Rajasthan in September 1912. The cover travelled from Calcutta to Kharagpore (present day Kharagpur) wrongly, returned to Calcutta via Midnapore (present day Midnapur), and finally sent to it's right destination in Kotah.

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