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Auction 13 : Pune  Catalogue
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Auction 13
Lot 1
Ancient ( The Swastika Coin )
The Swastika Coin, Parat Rajas of Baluchistan, Koziya (c. AD 235-265), Copper, 3.43 gr, Drachma, Parthian-style crowned bust of the ruler to right with moustache and beaded border around on obverse, a bold Swastika symbol in the centre, Kharoshthi legend around, Kozanasa Bagavharnaputrasa Paratarajasa on reverse. First Issue with Kharoshthi legend (Tandon# 38). Pankaj Tandon has done an extensive research on these little-known coins and brought to light a number of rajas, types and varieties. Refer his article, The Coins of the Paratarajas: A Synthesis, in the Supple...
Estimate :
1,200 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,200
Realized :
5100
Lot Viewed : 601 Times
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Lot 2
Ancient ( Swastika Coin )
Swastika Coin, Ujjayini, 2nd century BC, Copper, 0.47 g, clock-wise Swastika on obv, a leaf symbol from a tree in railing on rev. About Extremely Fine, Scarce for being the smallest Swastika coin....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
1500
Lot Viewed : 8 Times
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Lot 3
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Magadha Janapada (6th century BC), 1, 5.28 g, Vimshatika, Four-symbol type with sun and six-armed symbols and a tree in railing and the fourth symbol as a triangle with dots inside. Unifaced. Repaired, otherwise About Extremely Fine, Rare. ...
Estimate :
4,000 - 5,000
Opening Bid :
4,000
Realized :
4000
Lot Viewed : 15 Times
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Lot 4
Ancient ( Ayodhya )
Ayodhya, Vishakhadeva (2nd century BC), Copper, 3.74 g, Abhishek or Gaja-Lakshmi standing and facing front in the centre with elephants standing on pedestal and anointing her on the either side, Brahmi legend at top line reading, Vishakhadevasa (of Vishakhadeva) on obv; a group of symbols arranged in three lines on rev, a Swastika, an Ujjayini symbol, a six-arched hill, a Yupa-like symbol, a kind of Shri symbol, a tree in railing and a snake at the bottom line (Allan BMS, pl. XVI-14). Very Fine for the type, Rare....
Estimate :
3,500 - 4,000
Opening Bid :
3,500
Realized :
3500
Lot Viewed : 506 Times
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Lot 5
Ancient ( Ujjaiyini )
Ujjaiyini, 2nd century BC, Copper, 2.88 g, die-struck type, a Goddess standing to right, facing a tree in railing and left hand raised above the tree, ancillary symbols around on obv, an Ujjayini symbol with a Swastika in each of the four orbs on rev. Green patina makes the coin a photogenic piece of ancient art, Scarce....
Estimate :
2,000 - 2,500
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
2800
Lot Viewed : 6 Times
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Lot 6
Ancient ( City-State of Kaushambi )
City-State of Kaushambi (2nd century BC), Copper, 1.09 g, inscribed, a horse standing to left with front-right leg raised and an Ujjyini symbol above on obv, Brahmi legend around a central circle, Kosambi. Extremely Fine+, Rare in this grade....
Estimate :
1,000 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
1,000
Realized :
6250
Lot Viewed : 22 Times
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Lot 7
Ancient ( Kaushambi )
Kaushambi (2nd century BC), Copper (2), 4.41 & 2.23 g, uninscribed, elephant to left and a Triangle headed standard in front on obv, tree in railing in centre with ancillary symbols around on rev. Cast. About Extremely Fine for the type, Scarce. 2 coins...
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
7000
Lot Viewed : 36 Times
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Lot 8
Ancient ( Kaushambi )
Kaushambi, Copper, 1.51 g, a bull walking to right with a cross symbol above on obv, a tree in railing with Brahmi legend, shatamitasa below. Very Fine, Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
4000
Lot Viewed : 9 Times
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Lot 9
Ancient ( Kaushambi )
Kaushambi, Copper 3.92 g, Double Lanky Bull type, a bull standing to left facing a tree in railing and ancillary symbols including a Swastika above on obv as well as on rev. Extremely Fine, Rare. ...
Estimate :
3,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid :
3,000
Realized :
3000
Lot Viewed : 18 Times
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Lot 10
Ancient ( Traders’ Guild Coin - Nigama )
Traders’ Guild Coin - Nigama (2nd century BC), Copper, 1.29 g, Brahmi legend written in circular fashion, Nigamaye (of Nigam). The other side has a motif similar to capital U. Extremely Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
1,000 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
1,000
Realized :
2750
Lot Viewed : 487 Times
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Lot 11
Ancient ( Mathura Monarchs )
Mathura Monarchs (2nd century BC), Jyeshthadutta, a human figure standing on the left field and Brahmi legend in the right field reads, jeshthdu… on obv, a human figure standing to right. About Extremely Fine for the type, Probably 2nd known coin, Very Rare. ...
Estimate :
5,000 - 6,000
Opening Bid :
5,000
Realized :
7250
Lot Viewed : 19 Times
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Lot 12
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Hindu Shahi dynasty of Ohind )
Hindu Shahi dynasty of Ohind (Afghanistan), Samantadeva, 10th century AD, Copper, 2.10 g, seated bull to left and early Devanagari legend at top on obv, a roaring lion to right on rev. About Extremely Fine, Rare. ...
Estimate :
3,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid :
3,000
Realized :
5500
Lot Viewed : 51 Times
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Lot 13
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Alupas )
Alupas, Aluvarasa II (AD 730-760), Gold, 4.69 g, Boar Gadyana (Pagoda), the Chalukya Lanchan (emblem), a majestic male Boar (Varaha as animal and Adivarah as an Incarnation of Vishnu), is shown standing to right with front-right leg bend and raised, the animal is shown as if he is about to eat from the full-blown lotus placed below his mouth, and which has a long stalk. The boar motif is enclosed in a circular dotted border. The outer margin of the coin is lightly struck with inscriptions in at least four areas, the top, centre-right, bottom and centre-left. The legend...
Estimate :
400,000 - 500,000
Opening Bid :
400,000
Realized :
430000
Lot Viewed : 424 Times
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Lot 14
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Alupas )
Alupas, Aluvarsa II, Gold, 4.72 g, the Chalukya Lanchan (emblem), Boar Gadyana (Pagoda), similar to the previous coin but the present coin is now inscribed above the Boar and all circular punch-like legend pockets are now eliminated and thereby introducing their own indigenous type. The majestic boar is standing to right with his mouth shown eating a long stalk of a lotus which is artistically shown encircling him, and around that is a dotted border of beads on obverse. The three letter Telugu-Kanarese legend reads “Chandama” above its back. The reverse is shown with t...
Estimate :
400,000 - 500,000
Opening Bid :
400,000
Realized :
400000
Lot Viewed : 756 Times
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Lot 15
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Kadambas of Hangal )
Kadambas of Hangal, Gold, 4.15 g, Pagoda, Lord Hanuman seated facing with head right, left hand resting on the left knee while the right hand raised in Abhay Mudra, sacred symbols chowry and shankha on each side with Nagari legend Nakara below on obv; ornamental scroll on rev (Mitch# 229-231). Extremely Fine, Very Rare....
Estimate :
45,000 - 50,000
Opening Bid :
45,000
Lot Viewed : 382 Times
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Lot 16
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Western Gangas )
Western Gangas (10th-11th century AD), Gold, 3.74 g, Elephant or Gajapati Pagoda, a highly decorated caparisoned elephant to right chewing sugarcane, with portions of a Kannada letter above the elephant’s back, a branch under its belly and a branch in front of the trunk on obv; a scroll on rev. (Mitch 193). UNC, Rare in this grade....
Estimate :
18,000 - 20,000
Opening Bid :
18,000
Realized :
23000
Lot Viewed : 38 Times
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Lot 17
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Western Gangas )
Western Gangas (10th-11th century AD), Gold, 3.77 g, Elephant or Gajapati Pagoda, a highly decorated caparisoned elephant to right chewing sugarcane, with dotted decorations above the elephant’s back, a branch under its belly and a branch in front of the trunk on obv; a scroll on rev. (Mitch 193). Extremely Fine+, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
18,000 - 20,000
Opening Bid :
18,000
Realized :
18000
Lot Viewed : 16 Times
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Lot 18
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Western Gangas )
Western Gangas (10th-11th century AD), Gold, 3.88 g, Elephant or Gajapati Pagoda, a highly decorated caparisoned elephant to right chewing sugarcane, with portions of Kannada letters above the elephant’s back, a branch under its belly and a branch in front of the trunk on obv; a scroll on rev. (Mitch 193). Almost Extremely Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
18,000 - 20,000
Opening Bid :
18,000
Lot Viewed : 12 Times
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Lot 19
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Cholas )
Cholas, Copper, 2.05 g, an elephant standing to left, facing a spear and an Umbrella and a Shrivatsa symbol on its top on obv, a tiger standing to let in a pouncing position, mouth open, right foot raised, tail raised upward in S-shape, a flag mast in front of the tiger, on the top of the flag mast is a peacock like animal (Krish# 211). About Extremely Fine for the type, Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Lot Viewed : 17 Times
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Lot 20
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Cholas )
Cholas, Copper, 2.18 g, an elephant standing to right on obv, a tiger standing to let in a pouncing position, mouth open, right foot raised, tail raised upward in S-shape (Krish# 204). Very Fine+, Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
4250
Lot Viewed : 17 Times
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Lot 21
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Cholas )
Cholas, Copper, 2.46 g, an elephant standing to right on obv, a tiger standing to let in a pouncing position, mouth open, right foot raised, tail raised upward in S-shape (Krish# 208). Very Fine+, Rare....
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
3000
Lot Viewed : 9 Times
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Lot 22
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Cholas )
Cholas, Copper, 2.70 g, an elephant standing to left on obv, a tiger standing to let in a pouncing position, mouth open, right foot raised, tail raised upward in S-shape (Krish# 206). Very Fine+, Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Lot Viewed : 3 Times
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Lot 23
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Cholas )
Cholas, Copper, 0.76 g, an elephant standing to left on obv, a tiger standing to let in a pouncing position, mouth open, right foot raised, tail raised upward in S-shape (Krish# 201). Very Fine+, Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
2000
Lot Viewed : 36 Times
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Lot 24
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Chalukyas of Kalyan )
Chalukyas of Kalyan, Someshwara IV Chalukya (1181-1184), Gold, 3.43 g, Pagoda, Garuda with a prominent beak flying to right on obv. The form of Garuda on this coin is different from those of the Vijayanagara coins of Bukka Raya and Hari Hara as here Garuda / Hanuman is not holding a sword at his waist. The reverse reads in Kannada, Dasapa Murari Shri Raja (the King who scattered Murari). The legend refers to the King (Shri Raja) who destroyed the Kalachuris and restored the Chalukyas, namely Someshwara Chalukya himself, the issuer of this coin (Mitch# 282). Extremely F...
Estimate :
18,000 - 25,000
Opening Bid :
18,000
Lot Viewed : 338 Times
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Lot 25
Hindu Coins of Medieval India ( Vijayanagara Empire )
Vijayanagara Empire, Hari Hara II, Gold, 1.69 g, ½ Pagoda, Lakshmi-Narayana type with Goddess Lakshmi seated on the left thigh of Lord Vishnu on obv, and Nagari legend Shri Pra / tapa Hari / hara on rev. About Extremely Fine, Scarce in this condition. ...
Estimate :
6,500 - 7,500
Opening Bid :
6,500
Realized :
7500
Lot Viewed : 11 Times
Total (263)