First day Cover -Nyasaland- Diamond Jubilee Nyasaland
A Commercially used First Day cover from Nyasaland (now Malawi) with three blocks of four stamps issued on 15 May 1951 to mark Diamond Jubilee of Nyasaland. It was known as British Central Africa in 1891.
Special Covers – Queen Elizabeth’s First Visit to Amritsar 1997
Queen Elizabeth Visited Amritsar for the First Time 14 Oct 1997. She visited Jallianwala Bagh & Golden Temple to pay Homage and reverence at these shrines of Martyrdom & Religious fortitude. It also marked 50 Years of India’s Independence from British rule.
Two special covers were released on the the occasion.
The Royal Mint is to create a set of commemorative coins to mark the christening of Prince George.The production of three commemorative coins will be the first time that new coins mark the christening of a member of the Royal Family.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s son, who was born on 22 July, will be christened on Wednesday, 23 October at the Chapel Royal, St James’s Palace.
The collection includes a gold 5oz coin costing £8,200, a kilo coin in silver at a cost of £2,600 and a more affordable £5 “uncirculated” coin £13.
Medals on Stamps – Thailand – Order of Rajamitrabhorn
Thailand issued 1 Baht Se-tenant stamps in 1988 on Order of Rajamitrabhorn. This medal was established on 11 Jun 1962 by King Rama IX of Thailand (Siam ) to be bestowed on Foreign Heads of State.It is Highest Royal Order of Thailand. It is star with Figure of Narayana on Garuda.