Monday, 21 December 2015

Marudhar Arts Presents The Most Prestigious Event... NNE 7 - National Numismatic Exhibition 7, 2016

Every year Marudhar Arts conducts an annual extravaganza of coinages (NNE 7 - National Numismatic Exhibition 7, 2016) during the last week of February, where they allow dealers to network with the general public fraternity by establishing a universal platform allowing the procurers to view these cherished and opulent treasures of the legacy.

22 Dec, 2015... Bangalore, INDIA – Marudhar Arts ( is one of India’s largest numismatic and auction house. Pretty impressive for a company born in 1966, based in Bangalore – The IT Hub of the city, it specializes in Vintage Indian coins from the erstwhile dynasties that have ruled, British India coins, World Coins, Western art, vintage comic books /comic art, jewellery, watches, rare books/manuscripts, War memorabilia and much more.

Marudhar Arts is the first company In South India to be bestowed with Antique License No 1 by the Prestigious Archaeological Survey of India. This was only the beginning for the series of achievements that followed.

As everyone always needed a platform, a universal dais where they could interact with people, let all dealers interact with each other on a stage where they can unearth the treasures of the past and ponder over them. More than a fiscal proposition, Marudhar Arts as one of the most revered auction houses in the country feel that it is high time that the changes pre conceived notion that past and history can be a very mundane subject.

Marudhar Arts has conducted Six National Numismatic Exhibitions till now most of them in Bangalore, where their head office is registered... Mr. Rajendra Maru, CEO of Marudhar Arts and the author of South Asian Coins and Paper Money which is the best encyclopaedia of coins and notes of India says “each time we have met with stupendous and overwhelming response, Each time the reaction has transcended and surpassed the last exhibition which makes us believe that the grander and better the fair, the more people shall throng the venue.”

NNE 7 - National Numismatic Exhibition 7, 2016 is conducted at The Bell Hotel, Bangalore, India... A Three Star Property where other dealers have stalls and kiosks put up for the perusal of the general public and the entry being free is the icing on the cake. It is our endeavour to make the next event a bigger success than the preceding one.


Marudhar Arts have always had Renowned and Famous personalities who have graced the occasion with their presence. Eminent Dignitaries including Mr. Jon Lingen (Chairman of the Oriental Numismatic Society, London and Mr. Rezwan Razack (Chairman of the Prestige group) were present to inaugurate the Exhibition. Marudhar Arts have planned to invite more Significant personalities who can endorse and illuminate the general fraternity the importance of numismatics thereby promoting it.

It is an endeavour to bolster and publicize the interest of the public towards coinages because of the strong feeling that there is no better way to study the past than history and one can do so by scrutinizing various commodities of the past and that is where we step in...To give you an unbiased view of genuine antique merchandise with true legacies and origins and help you procure them at unmatched prices with the assurance of Marudhar Arts.

It has always been more than a monetary proposition to conduct this exhibition and it is not obligatory for a visitor to procure something from the numerous stalls. The Real reason behind this colossal exhibition is that they want the public to have a look at these treasures of the yore and apprise themselves at how our ancestors dealt.

There are a myriad of things one can learn when one places a coin/artefact in ones palm/hands. The texture, the manuscript, the vintage, the mint, the condition...These are endless characteristics of a coin...It’s just have to induce people and invite them to glance at the coins.

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114,1st Floor, 120, Pamadi Chambers, D. V. G. Road, Basavangudi (Gandhi Bazar)
Bangalore 560 004

Wednesday, 16 December 2015

NNE 7 - National Numismatic Exhibition 7, 2016

NNE 7 - National Numismatic Exhibition 7, 2016

India's Largest Numismatic Fair and Expo. National Numismatic Exhibition is a 3 day event being held from 26th February to the 28th February 2016 at the THE BELL HOTEL & CONVENTION CENTRE in Bangalore, India. This event showcases products like coins, bank notes, stamps, artifacts, accessories, India coins, kingdom coins, colony coins, medallions, token & seals, error notes & coins etc etc. in the Antiques & Philately industry.

On 26th, 27th and 28th Feb 2016.
The Bell Hotel, Bangalore.
No 88, Adjacent to City Railway Station
Majestic, Bangalore - 560023
For STALL Booking and enquiries,
Please Contact Us At : +91-80-6532 9800, +91 99800 20666

Marudhar Arts Coins e-Auction-30 is live! Bid Now!

Marudhar Arts Coins e-Auction-30 is live! Bid Now! 

Marudhar Arts ( e-Auction # 30 is uploaded and LIVE on .... ready to accept your bids.... Closes on 24th and 25th December.

Please visit and bid on a vast array of lots which are ranging from Coinages of Ancient India Coins, Hindu Medieval Coins, Sultanate Coins, Mughal India Coins and Rare Autographs of Amazing Personalities from across the globe. Apart from that we have bifurcated the coins into different categories for the ease of your perusal and interests.

Please feel free to Contact us for any QUERIES/BIDDING at your convenient time at OR Call US on 080-6532-9800 in Business Hours...Monday to Saturday (10 am to 6 pm)…

We wish you a pleasant shopping experience ahead...

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Marudhar Arts,
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Next to Barton Center (Parking Building),
100 Meter from Metro Station toward Anil Kumble Circle,
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Bangalore 560 004 (INDIA).

Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Know More About Coin Collection and Why It is Vital

Have you ever collected coins or any other item? Do you do it for the money or for the joy of it?

For many people coin collecting may seem like a boring and useless hobby. The kind of thing that reminds you of your elders, who had an attic or basement full of various hobby items that were off-limits. I can’t really blame you if you do take that view toward coins or collectors, but I respectfully disagree. I actually used to think like that, but over a period of time, I found many reasons to come to like and respect this dying labor of love. There is nothing wrong with collecting coins, and pursuing your hobbies in general, as long as you are passionate about it and have a hobby on a budget.

You Can Make Money

Believe it or not, collecting coins can be profitable. Not only do many coins gain value, but if you decide that collecting is not for you after trying it, you will likely get all of your investment back, a rare occurrence when it comes to most investments. Prices of some coins will fluctuate with metal prices. Fortunately, those metal prices (especially in a shaky economy like this), tend to rise regularly.

You may be looking for the most hard-to-find coins on the market. These will cost more, but the rarity of coins is often one of their best selling points. If you are lucky enough to stumble upon a hidden treasure, the rarity of certain coins could be enough to set you for lifetime. In addition to the rarity attribute, beauty and design are also two very sought-after attributes in coin collecting. Some collectors classify beauty as lustre and flawlessness, while others seek out coins for their layout or artwork. I have always enjoyed the look of the bay bridge, and with the polar bear on the front, this is easily the best looking coin I have ever seen.

Craze And Challenge Of Finding Perfect

Some collectors just value the challenge of finding that “perfect” coin. With an unlimited budget, nearly any coin can be purchased. It is finding that coin at a steal that is the real challenge for collectors. In addition to the challenge of finding just the right coin, many collectors are modern-day treasure hunters. Just imagine walking in the beach with your metal detector in hand, and stumbling upon a horde of coins worth thousands or even more. It is an extremely long shot, but still worth dreaming about.

Educational View

You perhaps would not even realize it until fully immersed in coin collecting, but a lot can be learned from coin collection. Studying coins and their backgrounds can lead to interesting discoveries and facts about history, politics, society, and culture. Take, for example, the recent issuance of the State quarters and Presidential dollar coin programs. There is plenty to be learned just from these two recent coin series.

Metal Content

Since gold and silver are ever-increasing in value due to limited worldwide supply, many collectors search for coins to add to their collection with only this consideration in mind. Much to the surprise of many, there are valuable coins that likely pass through your fingers quite regularly. Did you know that many Indian coins minted before 1965 had 90% gold and silver content? Not many people realize it, and even fewer are wise enough to hold on to these coins when they have the opportunity. Also, the heavier coins are worth even more, so be on the lookout for these so you can start your collection.

Pass On To Your  Kids (New Generation)

If you want to really face reality, paper and coin money may not even exist when your young ones reach their own adulthood. With this in mind, many parents are happy to purchase brand new coins directly from the bank or mint in hopes of an increase in value that their children and future generations can benefit from. Do not think for a second that these coins will not increase in value over time. Even though we do not use as many precious metals to produce coins as we used to, condition of coins is also a big contributing factor to its value. It may not make them millionaires, but it could prove to be a worthwhile investment for your children for a relatively small initial investment.

There is something so peaceful about rifling through coin collection, taking inventory, or looking for one specific piece. Hobbies are very important both for stress relief and just to get away from everything and enter your own little world, if only temporarily.

Coin collectors have been around since before the Roman Empire, and do not look to be dying off in the near future. Whether you think it is an absolute bore, or a potential endeavor to undertake, you cannot deny that these reasons are appealing. You may well have a completely different reason for beginning a collection. Whatever the case, give it a shot. It’s not like you have much to lose.

Marudhar Arts buy, sell & Auction of Coins, Watches, Stamps, Bank Notes, Paintings, Antique Jewelry, Medals, Picture Post Card, and Autograph of renowned personalities.