Honorable Chief Minister of Maharashtra – Shri Devendra Fadnavis launched www.mintageworld.com –
World’s 1st online museum for Vintage & Current Coins, Stamps & Currency Notes
(The reverse of this particular coin represents Skanda Kumar and Vishakha together, reads Skandokomaro Bizago)
The world’s first of its kind online Numismatics (coins), Notaphily (currency notes ) & Philately (stamps ) museum with free access by registration.
(Zodiacal Gold Mohur of Mughal Emperor Jahangir, Minted around 1623/1624 AD at Agra. One of the highly sought after and greatest rarities is Zodiacal coins of Jahangir. The ninth sign of zodiac Sagittarius is beautifully depicted on the coin here. The reverse mentions name of Jahangir and mint name Agra in a poetic couplet.)
Launched with an objective to impart and share knowledge and create interest for general public, students, scholars, collectors, buyers & sellers
(The first personality stamp of India
Issued on the first anniversary of Independence, Mahatma Gandhi was the first Indian to be depicted on Indian stamp. This set of four stamps is highly sought after by philatelists world wide.)
(Sciende Dawk – The first stamps of India, the term Scinde Dawk is derived from the old postal system of Sindh, and now refers to India's first postage stamps before the arrival of adhesives.)
Facilitates online storage of rare coin, stamp and note images to be showcased to friends
(Details of Rs 10=00 British India Note – This note was printed in 1918, during First World War. This amount could be a monthly salary of a middle class government servant of that time. The number 11111 is a unique and highly sought after by collectors.)
Provides information on all national & international events, seminars, forums, etc.
(Details of Rs. 50=00 Star Note – This 2010 printed star note (* appears between prefix 0CA and serial number) is a replacement note for damaged or misprinted currency. Only handful of such notes are known to be in possession of collectors, hence rare and collector’s dream note.)
With an objective of reintroducing the joy and fun of coins, currency notes & stamps collection to modern India and its youth. www.mintageworld.com
– the world’s first online museum for Vintage & Current Coins, Stamps & Currency Notes was launched by Maharashtra State Chief Minister Hon. Shri Devendra Fadnavis.
Mr. Sushilkumar Agrawal, CEO, Mintage World & Hon. Chief Minister unveiled it on the momentous occasion of the 25th (silver jubilee) anniversary of “Shukla Day” – India’s largest annual exhibition on coins, currency and stamps, being held at the World Trade Centre. Several prominent personalities, collectors and celebrities graced the launch
Mintage world is a wonderful way to educate contemporary India and the world about our rich historical heritage, tradition & culture. This online museum will impart rare information such as detailed catalogue of stamps, coins and currency notes all under one roof. Fascinating & interesting history section on coin issuing authorities, dynasties and rulers will be one of the major highlight of this site.
The sole vision behind this initiative is to provide a single point of access to seek and share information and knowledge of these three fields along with its global updates. It brings together experts and researchers to share their experience with the lovers of these rare collectibles. This initiative will help reemphasize the glorious history, arts and cultural legacy of India and put our country on the global map of collectors.
After the launch Honorable Chief Minister of Maharashtra Shri Devendra Fadnavis said “I congratulate Sushilkumar for creating a dedicated online museum to us and Shukla Day organizers forgiving such a wonderful chance for collectors. If we want to know our history culture and tradition then it needs to be known thru its stamps coins and currency notes. Through mintage world & shukla day we can preserve the collections and also put it up for auction. Once you see this you can travel into history. I love history and this is a wonderful way for me to revive my love for history.”