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Auction No.3
Lot 1
Ancient
Silver

Archaic Punch Marked Coinage, Gandhara Janapada (c. 600-500 BC), Silver Shatamana, 11.20g, Mir Zakah Hoard Type, Obv: Six armed symbol at each end of the bar with centre counter mark. Uniface. (Rajgor # Series 34). Extremely fine, scares, rare as long bar.

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Estimated Price ₹. 4,000 - 5,000
Opening Bid ₹. 4,000
Sold for ₹. 6200
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Lot 2
Ancient
Silver

Archaic Punch Marked Coinage, Gandhara Janapada, Silver 1/8 Shatamana, 0.60g, Obv: Six armed symbol, Uniface, (Rajgor # Series 41). Extremely fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,000 - 1,200
Opening Bid ₹. 1,000
Sold for ₹. 1600
Auction No.3
Lot 3
Ancient
Silver

Archaic Punch Marked Coins, Panchala Janapada, Silver Vimshatika (2), Obv: Four crescent attached a circle, Uniface. (W. Pieper # 197). Very fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,200 - 1,500
Opening Bid ₹. 1,200
Sold for ₹. 1200
Auction No.3
Lot 4
Ancient
Silver

Punch Marked, Mauryan Imperial Series, Silver Karshapana (2), Five symbol type, Obv: Sun, six armed, bull, elephant and deer / Sun, six armed, bull, deer on three arched hill and geometric symbol, Rev: Banker marks. (GH # series VII). Very fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,000 - 1,200
Opening Bid ₹. 1,000
UNSOLD
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Lot 5
Ancient
Cast Copper

Mauryan Period, Paoni Area (Vidarbha Region), Cast Copper, 10.60g, Obv: Three arched hill above crescent, Rev: Open hollow cross. (W. Pieper # 374). Very fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,000 - 1,200
Opening Bid ₹. 1,000
UNSOLD
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Lot 6
Ancient
Cast Copper

Mauryan Period, Andhra Region, Cast Copper, 4.40g, Obv: Three arched hill above crescent flanked by taurine, Uniface. (W. Pieper # 394). Very fine+, scares.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,000 - 1,200
Opening Bid ₹. 1,000
Sold for ₹. 1000
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Lot 7
Ancient
Copper

Post-Mauryan, Eran-Vidisha Region, Punch Marked, Copper Karshapana, 9.60g, five symbol type, Obv: Horse, triangular headed standard in railing, tree-in-railing, river with fishes and four orbed ujjaini symbol small ujjaini symbol in each orbed, Uniface. (W. Pieper # 883). Very fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 2,000 - 2,200
Opening Bid ₹. 2,000
Sold for ₹. 2000
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Lot 8
Ancient
Copper

Post-Mauryan Period, Suryamitra, Mathura Region, Copper Base Alloy, 7.80gm, Obv: Goddess Lakshmi standing holding lotus in uplifted right hand, tree to left, on right side four orb ujjaini and srivatsa symbol and around Brahmi legend 'Suyamitasa', Rev: Traces of elephant. (W. Pieper # 1268). Extremely fine, very rare in this condition.

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Estimated Price ₹. 10,000 - 12,000
Opening Bid ₹. 10,000
Sold for ₹. 22000
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Lot 9
Ancient
Silver

Indo Greek, Menander I (c. 160-145 BC), Silver Drachms, 2.40g, Obv: Diademed bust of king facing to right, wearing helmet, around Greek legend BASI?EOS SOTHPOS / MENAN?POY, Rev: Athena alkidemos standing to left, holding thunderbolt, monogram on right field and around Kharoshti legend. (Bopearachchi & Rahman # type 376). Very fine+, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 3,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid ₹. 3,000
Sold for ₹. 3000
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Lot 10
Ancient
Silver

Indo Greek, Menander I (c. 160-145 BC), Silver Drachms, 2.40g, Obv: Diademed bust of king facing to right, wearing helmet, around Greek legend BASI?EOS SOTHPOS / MENAN?POY, Rev: Athena alkidemos standing to left, holding thunderbolt, monogram on right field and around Kharoshti legend. (Bopearachchi & Rahman # type 376). Very fine+, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 3,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid ₹. 3,000
Sold for ₹. 4200
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Lot 11
Ancient
Silver

Indo Greek, Menander I (c. 160-145 BC), Silver Drachms, 2.40g, Obv: Diademed bust of king facing to right, wearing helmet, around Greek legend BASI?EOS SOTHPOS [MENAN?POY], Rev: Athena alkidemos standing to left, holding thunderbolt, monogram on right field and around Kharoshti legend. (Bopearachchi & Rahman # type 376). Very fine+, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 3,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid ₹. 3,000
Sold for ₹. 3000
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Lot 12
Ancient
Silver

Indo Greek, Menander I (c. 160-145 BC), Silver Drachms, 2.20g, Obv: Diademed bust of king facing to right, wearing helmet, around Greek legend BASI?EOS SOTHPOS / MENAN?POY, Rev: Athena alkidemos standing to left, holding thunderbolt, monogram on right field and around Kharoshti legend. (Bopearachchi & Rahman # type 376). Very fine+, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 3,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid ₹. 3,000
UNSOLD
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Lot 13
Ancient
Copper

Indo-Parthians, Aspavarma, Copper Tetradrachm, 9.70g, Obv: King holding a whip, mounted on a horse walking to right front of tamgha, with Greek legend around, Rev: Zeus Nikephoros standing left with Kharoshti legend around. (Bopearachchi & Rahman # 976). Very fine+, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid ₹. 1,500
Sold for ₹. 2000
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Lot 14
Ancient
Bronze

Satavahanas, Siri Satakarni (c. 100 BC), Vidarbha Region, Bronze Unit, 15.30g, Obv: Lion standing to right side front of tree-in-railing, below Indradhvaja and river with fishes symbol, Rev: Four orbed ujjaini symbol and Brahmi legend ‘Rajno Siri Sata[kanisa]’, Large flan. (W. Pieper # 2675). Very fine, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 2,500 - 3,000
Opening Bid ₹. 2,500
Sold for ₹. 5200
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Lot 15
Ancient
Bronze

Satavahanas, Siri Satakarni, Newase-Paithan Type, Bronze Unit, 18.40g, Obv: Elephant walking to right side with trunk upraised and above traces of Brahmi legend, Rev: Traces of tree-in-railing. Very fine+, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 2,000 - 2,500
Opening Bid ₹. 2,000
UNSOLD
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Lot 16
Ancient
Silver

Satavahanas, Vasithiputa Siri Pulumavi (c. 78-114 AD), Silver Drachma, 2.60g, Obv: Bust of king in profile to right, wearing curly hair and heavy ear-ornaments, Brahmi legend ‘Raño Vasithiputasa Siri Pulumavisa’ around, Rev: Satavahana dynastic emblem composed of six-arched hill topped by crescent, modified 'Ujjain' symbol, wavy line, Sun and crescent moon, Southern Brahmi legend around. (Mitch # K&A 146). Extremely fine+, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 20,000 - 25,000
Opening Bid ₹. 20,000
Sold for ₹. 20000
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Lot 17
Ancient
Brass

Satavahanas, Siva Siri Pulumavi, Tarhala (Vidarbha) Type, Brass, 2.80g, Obv: Elephant walking to right with trunk upraised above Brahmi legend “Siva Siri Pulumavisa’, Rev: Four orb ujjaini symbol, dot on each orb. (V.V. Mirashi, # Studes in Indology Vol. III, Nagpur). Very fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,000 - 1,200
Opening Bid ₹. 1,000
Sold for ₹. 1100
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Lot 18
Ancient
Potin

Post-Satavahana, Banvasi Region, Vasithiputra, Potin, 1.60g, Obv: Humped bull walking to left side front of six arched hill and around crude Brahmi legend ;Rajno Vasithiputasa’, Rev: Circles part of ujjaini symbol Very fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid ₹. 1,500
Sold for ₹. 1800
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Lot 19
Ancient
Potin

Post-Satavahana, Banvasi Region, Satavi, Potin, 1.60g, Obv: Hunped bull walking o right side front of arched hill and around crud Brahmi legend ‘Satavi..’, Rev: Bow and arrow with circles. Extremely fine, rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,200 - 1,500
Opening Bid ₹. 1,200
Sold for ₹. 1300
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Lot 20
Ancient
Silver

Western Kshatrapa, Svami Rudrasena III (c. 348-378 AD) son of Svami Rudradaman II, Silver Drachma, 2.10g, Obv: Bust of the king facing to right, Rev: Three arched hill with sun and moon, around Brahmi legend ‘Rajna Mahakshatrapasa Svami Rudradamaputrasa Rajna Mahakshatrapasa Svami Rudrasenasa’. (W. Pieper # 3415). Very fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 700 - 1,000
Opening Bid ₹. 700
UNSOLD
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Lot 21
Ancient
Silver

Western Kshatrapa, Svami Rudrasena III (c. 348-378 AD) son of Svami Rudradaman II, Silver Drachma, 2.10g, Obv: Bust of the king facing to right, Rev: Three arched hill with sun and moon, around Brahmi legend ‘Rajna Mahakshatrapasa Svami Rudradamaputrasa Rajna Mahakshatrapasa Svami Rudrasenasa’. (W. Pieper # 3419). Very fine.

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Estimated Price ₹. 700 - 1,000
Opening Bid ₹. 700
Sold for ₹. 700
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Lot 22
Ancient
Gold

Guptas, Samudragupta, North Indian Type, Gold Dinara, 7.61g, obv. king nimbate standing left, holding standard and sacrificing at an altar at left, Brahmi legend Pu to left, Samudra under arm and Gadakhara (partly visible) to the extreme right, rev. Ardoksho enthroned facing, holding cornucopia (Gobl 611, The Kidarites - Joe Cribb, pg 91-146, fig 24, Zeno 197692). About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. According to Gobl these coins were struck by a field commander / governor on behalf of Samudragupta in a region which had not yet been incorporated into the Gupta realm and where Kushan dinars were in use. (S. Kumar # TOTGE, pg 215). Extremely fine, Rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 50,000 - 60,000
Opening Bid ₹. 50,000
Sold for ₹. 60000
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Lot 23
Ancient
Silver

Guptas, Kumaragupta I (c. 414-455 AD.), Silver Drachma (2), Garuda type, Obv: Bust of king facing to right side, Rev: Garuda in centre around Brahmi legend mentioning ruler name and title. (W. Pieper # 3563). Very fine+.

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Estimated Price ₹. 1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid ₹. 1,500
Sold for ₹. 1800
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Lot 24
Ancient
Gold

Guptas, Kumaragupta I (c. 414-455 AD), Gold Dinar, 8.08g, ’Horseman’ type, obv. king riding a horse trotting to right, holding a bow, with portions of Brahmi legend (Kshitipatirajito vijayi Kumaragupto divam jayati) rev. Goddess Lakshmi seated in profile on a wicker stool holding a long stemmed flower and riband, with legend Ajitamahendra in the right field (Coinage of the Gupta Empire, Altekar: Plate X no.14; S. Kumar, TOTGE , Class I, Variety C.1). About Extremely Fine+, Rare

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Estimated Price ₹. 125,000 - 150,000
Opening Bid ₹. 125,000
UNSOLD
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Lot 25
Ancient
Gold

Guptas, Kumaragupta I (c. 414-455 AD), Gold Dinar, 7.96g, Tiger-Slayer type,With ‘Ku’ below King’s left arm. obv. king standing right, wearing a dhoti and arm bracelets, drawing a bow and shooting an arrow right into the mouth of the Tiger while the tiger falls back, with Brahmi legend Srimam Vyaghrabala (Parakramah) around that is ‘His Majesty having the strength and valour of a tiger',Rev: River goddess Ganga standing on Crocodile (Makara) both facing to left side, goddess head surrounded by halo, wearing necklace and earrings, her left hand on waist and with right hand feeding to peacock front of her, tamgha to upper left field and on right field Brahmi legends Kumargupto dhirajah, which emphasise the imperial status of the issuer, for adhirajah means ‘King over kings’ [Altekar, Var A., S. Kumar, Var A1, pg.329]. Very Fine+, Extremely Rare.

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Estimated Price ₹. 600,000 - 800,000
Opening Bid ₹. 600,000
UNSOLD

Total 339 Records