RUDRAKSH CAP TECH LTD participated in the recently concluded NATUREPEX 2016 National Level Philatelic Exhibition.There was tremendous response at the Rudraksh counter and people from all walks of life Young & Old , Boys & Girls, Investors  & Collectors were keen to invest in Philately as another new Investment. A Fruitful and encouraging levels of discussions have taken place for expansion and showcasing our investment venture and hopefully the results will be evident soon.

It was also an opportunity to identify investment grade material and latest trends and choices of investors in Philately.
Rudraksh Cap Tech Ltd
Rudraksh Cap Tech Ltd
Rudraksh Cap Tech Ltd

Special Carried Cover on 'Kabali' By Postal Department

India Post is bringing out a ‘Special Carried Cover to mark the release of a movie on 22nd July,2016

The Karnataka Postal Circle and Chennai City Region of the department have joined hands with Air Asia for the initiative.

The Special Covers, which are usually described as ‘Philatelists’ delight’, from the Postmaster General Bengaluru will be addressed to the Postmaster General Chennai City Region. They will bear the postmarks of Bengaluru and Chennai airport post offices.

The Air Asia aircraft is the first cine flight in the country flying exclusively between Bengaluru and Chennai to help fans watch the first day, morning show. That makes the carried cover more memorable.

The limited edition of these covers on the special flight on July 22 will be subsequently available for sale at Philatelic Bureau Bengaluru GPO and Anna Road Head Post Office, Chennai.


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Investment in Philately – A New Asset Class



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The Christoph Gaertner auction firm in Germany is hosting five days of auctions Oct. 6-10 at its Bietingheim-Bissingen premises.

The sale covers the world, with particular strength in stamps and postal history of Asia, Germany, United States, Europe, Australia and British Colonies, and thematics.

Included in the broad range of worldwide material is a postally used cut-to-shape example of India’s 1854 4-anna blue and red Queen Victoria stamp with the queen’s blue head inverted — upside down in relation to the pale red frame (Scott 6c). The stamp is struck with the diamond of dots postmark.

The stamp is described by Gaertner as having cut-to-full margins, a thin at upper left, a short closed tear at foot, otherwise fine. The stamp is accompanied by a 2012 authentication certificate from Sismondo in New York and a 2002 certificate from BPA Expertising in London.

The cut-to-shape error stamp is listed in the 2015 Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue with a value of $165,000. It is offered by Gaertner with a value listing of E85,000 (approximately $109,420 in mid-September).

The extensive range of philatelic material in the Gaertner series of auctions is described in several volumes of bound catalogs. The lots also can be viewed and bids can be placed at the Gaertner website,

For additional information, visit the website; e-mail; or contact Auktionshaus Christoph Gaertner GmbH & Co., Steinbeisstrasse 6+8, D-74321Bietigheim-Bissingen, Germany.(Source:Linn’s Stamp News)

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New pictorial cancellations on lighthouses from Germany

New pictorial cancellations on lighthouses from Germany

On July 7th 2016 two new pictorial postmarks will be issued featuring lighthouses in 23769 FEHMARN, a isle located in the Baltic Sea, and in 25999 KAMPEN on the Isle of Sylt located in the North Sea.

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Light House Cancellations













By Wolfgang Beyer, Vice Chairman of the German Philatelic Collector Group ArGe Zoologie

New Pictorial Cancellations on Farm Animals From Germany

New Pictorial Cancellations on Farm Animals From Germany

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Pictorial Cancellation On Farm Animals











On September 1st, 2016 two new pictorial postmarks will be available in 98617 MEININGEN. One postmark is features a pig , German saddleback, and the second one  a sheep of the region Rhön & a Pig German saddleback.

Contributed By:-By Wolfgang Beyer,Vice Chairman of the German Collector Group ArGe Zoologie