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Kerala Numismatic Society Coin Expo – 2015
Venue: Town Hall, Ernakulam
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Kerala Numismatic Society to organise Coin Exhibition

Kochi | Thursday, Sep 17 2015 IST

Kerala Numismatic Society would organise a three-day All India Coin Exhibition here from tomorrow.

The enthusiasts of history and coin collection will have a golden opportunity, as coins practiced in 332 BC during the period of Alexander the Great, the silver coin that betrayed Jesus, the widows penny in bible, coins of ancient Gupta and Mughal emperors in India, and coins of local chieftains in India would be exhibited in the exhibition that would conclude on September 20, a release said here today.

Besides this, rare coins during the period of British India, Portugese, and French, currencies and stamps would be exhibited, the release said, adding, stamps bible, birds and butterflies would also be displayed for the public.

Auctions by noted coin and stamp-vendors in the country and 'Oswal' were also arranged in the exhibition. The State Public Works Department(PWD) Minister V K Ebrahim Kunju would inaugurate the exhibition, the release added.

Source: WebIndia123
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Philatelists exhibit unique collection of stamps in Kochi

September 21, 2015

Kochi, Sept. 21 : Two philatelists exhibited their unique collection of stamps on the final day of an expo here yesterday.

Stamp collectors, Alok K Goyal and Atish Kumar Jain, showcased a whopping variety of 700 stamps at the 'Coin Expo 2015', organised by Kerala Numismatic Society in Kochi.

The collection saw stamps in unique shapes of football, fish, turtles, penguins and birds. The exhibition also showcased uniqueness in the material the stamps were printed on – from woods and clothes to metals like silver and gold.

The odd collection comprised night glow stamps and thermo-sensitive stamps, which protect them from the harmful rays of the sun.

"We are representing various world postal authorities in India. Mainly we are offering unusual stamps and coins to Indian collectors. Unusual means the stamps which are not of normal variety. Normally stamps are of rectangle shape and on paper but unusual stamps, they are of different shapes, different materials have been put on stamps. They are made of different materials. The smelling stamps, then (stamps which) glow in the night. There are various kinds of stamps. New technology people are using on stamps to increase knowledge among the people," said Goyal.

He added that though he had presented a proposal in front of postal department of India to consider the usage of unusual stamps, he was not sure if it would be accepted as the rules are quite rigid in India.

Apart from stamps, the three-day expo also showcased coins, old currencies, medals, treasure pots and postal cards from around the world.

A huge range of coins, some dating back to third century BC and some silver coins believed to be from the era of Jesus Christ were also on display.

Coins belonging to Mughal, Chola, Nawab and British era were up for display, along with coins used in the Roman dynasty and old dynasties in China, Korea, Africa and other parts of the world. (ANI)

Source: The Siasat Daily
It is our choices...that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities. -J. K. Rowling.

Figleaf

Good to see that it is the age of the coins that impresses the journalist, not the value.

Peter
An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.