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History of Gujarat Sultan - Mintage World

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The Sultanate of Gujarat was established in 1407 CE by Zafar Khan who was appointed governor of the region by the Delhi Sultan, Muhammad bin Tughluq. His grandson, and successor, Ahmad Shah, established a new capital at the city of Ahmedabad which he built along the banks of the river, Sabarmati in 1411 CE. Ahmad Shah fended off an attack by Sultan Hoshang Shah of Malwa. Hoshang invaded again in 1417 CE with Nasir Khan of Khandesh, and managed to occupy the towns of Sultanpur and Nandurbar. They were later defeated by Ahmad Shah who later led four expeditions into Malwa.

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A Brief History of British East India Company 1600–1858 - Mintage World

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British East India Company history begins from 1611 CE. The British East India Company was established in 1600 CE under the name ‘The Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies’. The Company first established its foothold in Masulipatnam in India in 1611 CE. In 1612 CE, they secured the rights to establish a factory in Surat. These rights were granted to them by the Mughal Emperor, Jehangir. A second factory was established at Madras after having secured the rights from the Vijayanagara ruler.

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An Overview of Sales Force Development and its origins

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The origins of sales force development can be traced back during the early 1990s when the first major steps towards the development of a true Customer Relationship Management or CRM software was being conceptualized by the software developers and programmers.

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Vending Machines Need To Adjust to U.K’s New 1 Pound

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The introduction of the world’s most secure coin by Britain in the form of a new 12 sided pound will definitely control rampant counterfeiting activities. The coin has micro-lettering, a latent image and a secret security feature, which makes faking it real tough.

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What to Expect at the Regency-Superior’s Chicagopex Auction

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The 130th anniversary of the Chicago Philatelic Society will be celebrated with the free-of-cost Chicagopex public show from 18-20 November at Westin Chicago Northwest, 400 Park Blvd., Itasca, Ill. 2,650 auction lots will be offered with an estimated value of $2 million.

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117 Hardcover Bowers and Merena Catalogues Sold for $1,762.50

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A Virtually complete set of 117 hardcover Bowers and Merena catalogues were sold for $1,762.50 at an auction conducted by Kolbe and Fanning Numismatic Booksellers on 21st and 22nd October. Auction records are now uploaded online, which is why physical copies may be found more commonly.

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Canadian Coin Features Birch Leaves with Drusy Stone

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A new $20 Canadian 1 troy ounce of 99.99% pure silver coin features birch leaves with a semi-precious stone embellishment using the unique crystal-encrusted treatment. This coin is the second one of its kind, the first one, the 2016 $20 Majestic Maple Leaves with Drusy Stone 1 oz. Silver Coin is already sold out!

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Halloween touch to the stamp

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Halloween is celebrated all over the world. Many blood-curdling stamps have been issued by different countries. One such stamp is issued by US Post on 10th October 1974 which features a scene from the American Folklore ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’ written by Washington Irving. It is a comical ghost story.

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