Indian Old Coins Price List PDF Free Download
Indian Old Coins Price List 2022
In this auction book, you will find 990 coins details with their current price, the history behind it, and much more useful content.
From ancient India to the present currency of India is covered in this pdf.
(1) Megalithic cultures in the Deccan, gold ornamental diskette said to have been recovered from a river bed in Karnataka, (2000-1500 BC), 2.61g. Extremely fine, Extremely rare. Sold for: Estimate: 15,000 – 20,000
Such diskettes were used for stringing into a necklace. They are very similar in style and fabric to those from a large hoard found in May 2000 at Mandi in Muzaffarnagar dist, western Uttar Pradesh, attributed to the Indus Valley Civilization (mature phase). However, this diskette does not have a milled edge, like many of the Mandi specimens.
(2) Archaic silver punch-marked coin, ‘bent bar’ type, attributed to ‘Gandhara Janapada’, (600-300 BC), middle type, flat bar with narrow flan, Rajgor Series 34-35, 11.40g. Obv: Two punches with radiating circles on either end of the bar, with a small ‘diamond in rectangle’ symbol in center. Rev: Plain. Extremely fine, Very scarce. Sold for:. Estimate:3,000 – 4,000
(3) Archaic silver punch-marked coin, ‘Narhan hoard’, attributed to Shakya Janapada (600-500 BC), 5 Shana, Rajgor 534, 6.66g. Obv: Single symbol with two crescent-like symbols in the center with ancillary symbols around. Rev: Blank. Very fine+, Rare. Sold for: Estimate: 3,500 – 4,000
(222) Early Medieval Gujarat, South-Eastern part, post-Gupta period uninscribed lead coin tentatively attributed to Gurjaras of Bharuch, (500-600 AD), 3.26g. Obv: Rooster (cockerel) headed standard. Rev: An ornamental spear. About very fine, Rare. Sold for: Estimate: * 5,000 – 7,000
The symbols on this coin are related to the worship of Skanda or Karttikeya. As such it might be a veiled reference to Skanda Gupta, the Gupta emperor.
(223) Early medieval Gujarat, uninscribed and unattributed coin, (600-700 AD), unpublished in major sources, 0.90g. Obv: Demonic face representing Kirttimukha, a feature usually seen as architectural or iconic decoration. Rev: Sun face with crescent mark on the forehead. Very fine, Extremely rare. Sold for: Estimate 4,000 – 6,000
The choice of two facing images on the coin is remarkable and highly unusual for any Indian numismatic depictions. The coin in all probability was issued by one of many Rajput feudatory dynasties of peninsular Gujarat who claimed descent from the ‘Solar Race’ or Suryavansha.
(579) Travancore, Rama Varma VI (1885-1924 AD), copper chuckram, ND (1906-1935), KM 49, 10.14g. Obv: RV monogram around legend one chuckram. Rev: Shankh in sprays. Extremely fine, Very scarce. Sold for Estimate: 2,000 – 2,500
(580) Travancore, Bala Rama Varma II (1924-1949 AD), copper 4 cash, ND (1938-1949 AD), KM 58, 1.95g. Obv: RV monogram around legend four cash. Rev: Shankh in sprays. Extremely fine, Very scarce. Sold for: Estimate: 1,200- 1,500
(581) Tripura, Rajadhara Manikya (1586-1599AD), silver tanka, SK 1508, citing queen Satyavati, R&B-T 179, 10.74g. Obv: Lion facing left, date below, within circle with outer border of beaded annulets. Rev: Bangla legend Sri Sri Yuta Rāja/dhara Manikya Delva Sri Satyava/ti Maha Devyau within square with ornamented borders. About extremely fine, Rare. Sold for.. Estimate: 15,000-20,000
(582) Tripura, Rajadhara Manikya (1586-1599 AD), silver tanka, SK 1508, Citing Queen Satyavati, type ‘u’, R&B-T 183; KM 97, 10.71g. Obv: Lion facing left, with small bead above, date below, within a circle with outer border of beaded annulets. Rev: Bangla legend Sri Sri Yuta Raja/dhara Manikya Delva Sri Satyava/tī Maha Devyau within square with ornamented borders. Extremely fine, Rare. Sold for: Rs Estimate: 20,000 -25,000
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