Revenue stamps have been issued by Bhutan in 1954, 1966/67 and 1996.
1954 – Four Revenue stamps in Tibetan Currency – 1 Trangka Blue, 2 Trangka Red, 4 Trangka, Green and 8 Trangka, Orange. These stamps were also made valid for Postage as on 01 Jan 1955/28 Sep 1955 until the introduction of postage stamps in 1962, but appear to have been used till 1964 /1988. A 1 Trangka stamp surcharged with Indian currency 10np is talked about but it seems to be a fake.
1966/67 – Two revenue stamps in Bhutan Currency 10 Chetrum (red colour), 25 Chetrum (Jade Colour). In 1967 another three revenue stamps in 20 Chetrum, 1 Nu & 5 Nu. All of them were printed at Indian Security Press Nashik(then Nasik). In the early 1970s, the 10 Ch stamp was surcharged officially in Purple to 15 Ch.
1996 – on 12 Jan 1996, The Ministry of Finance issued the following stamps
Revenue stamp – 1 Nu -Red Colour.
Three Non-Judicial Stamps – 10 Nu Brown, 100 Nu Purple, 500 Nu Pink.
Four Judicial Stamps – 5 Nu Green, 20 Nu Blue,50 Nu Orange, 100 Nu Yellow.
Post 1996 – Two Revenue/Judicial/Non- Judicial stamps are being listed which have been Printed by Cartor Security Printing France possibly post 1996. 10 Nu in Green and 5 Nu in Red. Any other details are welcome from anybody.
Coins of The Independent Sultans of Bengal -Stamps on Coins -Bangladesh 2011
Bangladesh issued a Souvenir sheet on 21 July 2011 featuring Coins of the Independent Sultans of Bengal. All stamps are in denomination of 10 Takas.
Silver Tanka from reign of Fakir Al-Din Mubarak (East Bengal) -1334 -1349.The only mint name on coin is Sunargaon.
Silver Tanka from the reign of Shams Al -Din Ilyas (1342-1357) – The silver coins of Firuzabad are very common.The coins were struck in mints at Firuzabad , Satgaon, Sunargaon , and a new mint Shahr-Nau (New City).
Silver Tankas from the reign of Ghiyath Al-Din A’zam (1389-1410)- The silver coins were struck at Jamnatabad,Mu’azzamabad and Satgaon. A rare issue from Arsah Stagaon is said to exist.
Silver tankas from the reign of Jalal Al -Din Muhammad (1415-1432).