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Thursday, 29 May 2014

Coins , Stamps Collection as a long-term Investment – By Ravi Somani

If you are interested in collecting rare coins and want to do further research on this, then you can jolly well grasp an insight on the subject with the help of Mr Somani. In fact, you can visit Ravi Somani Delhi official website to explore thoroughly and yield a brief knowledge on coin collection tips. All his coin, stamps, paper money and autograph collections are provided in his website along with detailed information and picture regarding the same. If you start your collection with a high dedication, it will work as a long term investment through which you can expand your collection and also initiate an entrepreneurship program.

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Ravi Somani's vintage Collection of British Time Indian Coins

Ravi Somaniis a coin collecting enthusiast, who has an exquisite gamut of vintage British Indian coin. He has a wide range of coins and notes which is extremely rare. Moreover, these notes and coins are also in the best conditions. Ravi has coins which dates back to the year 1835, and each of these cons have the best and most remarkable features.
In fact, he also has the collection of rare notes of Rs 10,000 which was prevalent in the British era. Apart from that, the vintage notes of two rupees eight annas are also present in his collection. His notes collection too is wide and exquisite. He has the most authentic and rare coins of the Victorian age which is about 200 years old. His coins date back to the year 1834 and each of these coins are in perfect condition.

Ravi Somani Delhihas always been adept in the collection of notes and coins. His collection is huge, and the number of coins he has collected is also exquisite. In fact, you can find any and every type of British Indian coin in the database of his website. Mr. Somani, has also initiated ample research on each of these coins. So, apart from the coins you can also grasp an insight about the history of these coins from Ravi Somani.  

Monday, 26 May 2014

Indian Currency during British Rule

In the late 7th century, the pure form of gold, silver, copper and bronze coins were used as the currency of India without any religious belief. Later, the denominations engraved coins were introduced in India which was known as the punch-marked coins. In 18th century, the British Government grabbed control over India and introduced the first paper currency. Immediately, after overtaking the power, the native images from the coins were replaced by the Victorian portraits.Ravi Somani Delhi had indulged in collections ofthe antique coins and notes from his early childhood days. Starting from the year 1835till date, he has most of the significant information regarding Indian currency. He has a hobby of collecting autographs of renowned figures too. The East India Company coins were issued by the British in the year 1858 with portraits of Queen Victoria.
Later, the coins were issued along with the portraits of Edward VII from the year 1903 to 1910. There was no coin introduced by the British during the brief domination of Edward VIII.  In the year 1911, the portraits of George Emperor took possession over the British Indian coin and ended with George VI in 1947. RaviSomani  has tremendous zeal on studying all coins and paper money, issued in India by the British Government.
Utsav Exim is an agro based industry coupled with the offhand solutions altogether. The major priority of the organisation is to develop the food and agricultural system and yield deep change over it.  Apart from collecting coins, Ravi Somani also devotes a considerable time for this organization. 

Wednesday, 21 May 2014

Ravi Somani as a Autograph, Stamp, Coins, Notes Collector

Ravi Somani is ardently intrigued about antique coins, stamps, autographs and other prehistoric collectibles of India is known as. He is a person with an extreme dedication in numismatics and philately since ages. Apart from that, he also has an obsession on collecting autographs of some extraordinary and well-known figures to do further study on the following items.
From his childhood he had been intrigued by the British Indian paper money, multicoloured stamps and autographs of renowned personalities. Gradually, his spontaneous hobby of collection coincidentally turned into farther studies and research endeavor. Eventually, he joined Delhi coin society to fetch some knowledge and understand the values on parallel assortment.
From the era of British rule in 1835, he has most of the relevant information regarding paper money, coins and autographs till date. His collection is not the ultimate achievement, yet he loves to study further on the particular precious items. If you have the similar interest on coins and stamps, you can directly visit his official web page and learn more on it. All you need to do is to research on Ravi Somani Delhi and yield all the required information regarding antique collectible from his official website.
A consultancy service called Utsav Exim ltd is provided for different projects in wide range of fields quite profitably. It is incorporated with stable technical specialists those are capable of understanding a project and to design the constructing process accordingly. Ravi Somani has also handled this business along with his hobby and passion of coin collection.
Authors Bio:Atish Shah is a renowned writer who has written various blogs and articles on coins and autograph collection. His articles are popular for the authentic information and innovative guidelines he provides.