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Auction 21 : Kolkata  Catalogue
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Auction 21
Lot 1
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Swastika Coin, Ancient Saurashtra (Gujarat), c. 50 BC, Copper, 1.94 g, anonymous, uninscribed, typical Ujjayini-type motifs depicting Lord Mahakaal (the deadly Form of Lord Shiva as a God of Death) holding a staff (Danda) and a water-pot (Kamandalu), the two signs of Punishment and Water of Life, and a six-armed symbol representing on-going cycle of Life and Death on obv. The rev is depicting one angular Swastika (Svastika) placed in the centre with the end-points having the form of a Taurine symbol, representing like each part of the Swastika has a mouth. Beautiful gr...
Estimate :
500 - 1,000
Opening Bid :
500
Realized :
1950
Lot Viewed : 87 Times
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Lot 2
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Surashtra Janapada (5th century BC), Silver, 0.9 g, ¼ Karshapana, Single-symbol type with a big bold Shrivatsa symbol (representing Goddess Lakshmi) in the center with ancillary symbols around on obv. Unifaced and punched once only and not multiple times as seen mostly on these coins and hence the rarity, About Extremely Fine. ...
Estimate :
1,000 - 1,200
Opening Bid :
1,000
Realized :
1000
Lot Viewed : 11 Times
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Lot 3
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked coins, Kosala Janapada (5th century BC), Silver, 3.02 g, Karshapana, four-symbols type with the S-symbol of the Janapada, a pair of Triskelis and a the fourth symbol consisting of a crescent with dots on obv, a number of counter-marks on the rev make the coin slightly scyphate. Very Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
4,000 - 5,000
Opening Bid :
4,000
Lot Viewed : 9 Times
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Lot 4
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked coins, Kosala Janapada (5th century BC), Silver, 3.02 g, Karshapana, four-symbols type with the S-symbol of the Janapada on obv, a number of counter-marks on the rev make the coin scyphate. Very Fine, Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
2000
Lot Viewed : 11 Times
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Lot 5
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Imperial Magadha (5th century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type, with a Frog symbol, similar to G&H# 317-318 but the two taurines symbol is not listed. Very Fine+, Rare. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 14 Times
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Lot 6
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Imperial Magadha (4th century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type, with three humans standing symbol on rev. Very Fine+, Rare to find on reverse. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 24 Times
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Lot 7
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Imperial Magadha (3rd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type, with three humans standing symbol along with two other symbols, a caduceous and a Triskeli on rev. Very Fine+, Rare to find 3 symbols on reverse. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 5 Times
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Lot 8
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Imperial Magadha (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type, with three humans standing symbol on rev. Very Fine+, Rare to find on reverse....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 7 Times
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Lot 9
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Mauryas (3rd century BC), Silver, 3.10 g, Karshapana, five-symbols type with the Sun and six-armed symbols as constant State symbols, and rest of the symbols consists of a tree in railing, four fishes in a rectangle and taurines around a central square. Light impressions of a sixth mark on rev. About Extremely Fine for the type as all the symbols are clear enough to identify and place in an order. Scarce....
Estimate :
500 - 1,000
Opening Bid :
500
Realized :
600
Lot Viewed : 13 Times
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Lot 10
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Post-Mauryas, Mathura type (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type with separate figure of 3 Deities, normally identified with Ram-Lakshman-Sita, an Elephant and a Tree type (G&H# 586). With Taxila symbol on rev. Very Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
1500
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 11
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Post-Mauryas, Mathura type (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, Rectangle Shape, five symbols type with separate figure of 3 Deities, normally identified with Ram-Lakshman-Sita, an Elephant and a Tree type (G&H# 586). With Taxila symbol on rev. Very Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 12
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Post-Mauryas, Mathura type (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type with the figure of 3 Deities, normally identified with Ram-Lakshman-Sita, (G&H# 589). With a Damaru, a Caduceus and an additional Triskeli symbol on rev. Very Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 10 Times
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Lot 13
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Post-Mauryas, Mathura type (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, Oval Shape, five symbols type with the figure of 3 Deities, normally identified with Ram-Lakshman-Sita, (G&H# 589). With a Damaru, a Caduceus and an additional Triskeli symbol on rev. Very Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 1 Times
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Lot 14
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Post-Mauryas, Mathura type (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type with the figure of 3 Deities, normally identified with Ram-Lakshman-Sita, a Peacock on a hill type (G&H# 590). With a Peacock standing on a Hill symbol on rev. Very Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
3000
Lot Viewed : 13 Times
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Lot 15
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Post-Mauryas, Mathura type (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, Circular Shape, five symbols type with the figure of 3 Deities, normally identified with Ram-Lakshman-Sita, a Peacock on a hill type (G&H# 590). With a Peacock standing on a Hill symbol on rev. Very Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 5 Times
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Lot 16
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Post-Mauryas, Mathura type (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type with the figure of 3 Deities, normally identified with Ram-Lakshman-Sita, a Peacock on a hill type (G&H# 591). With a Peacock standing on a Hill symbol on rev. Very Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 17
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Punch-marked Coins, Post-Mauryas, Mathura type (2nd century BC), Silver, Karshapana, five symbols type with the figure of God Balaram, the elder brother of Lord Krishna, wielding a plough above his head. Very Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
1500
Lot Viewed : 6 Times
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Lot 18
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Indo-Scythians, Azelises (2nd century BC), Silver, 9.56 g, Tetradrachm, Horseman type with the king riding a horse to right and Greek legend around on obv, Greek Goddess standing to left and Kharoshthi legend around on rev. Almost UNC for the type, Rare in this grade. ...
Estimate :
5,000 - 6,000
Opening Bid :
5,000
Realized :
5250
Lot Viewed : 182 Times
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Lot 19
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Ujjayini (2nd century BC), Copper, 2.24 g, King Bhumimitra, Lakshmi seated cross-legged in the left field over a lotus and clear Brahmi legend in the right field reads, Bhumimita (Bhumimitra). An Ujjayini symbol on rev. Monarchical names on the coins of Ujjayini are extremely rare to find and are known by a couple of names of rulers only. To find a complete name like on this coin is further rarity. Extremely Fine+, Rare. ...
Estimate :
3,000 - 5,000
Opening Bid :
3,000
Realized :
8200
Lot Viewed : 150 Times
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Lot 20
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Ujjayini (1st century BC), Copper, 3.15 g, a big Taurine or a Ma-kaar is counter-marked on the reverse of the standing Mahakal type coin. The reverse of the coin is actually an obv of the original sub-type coin. Very Fine+ for the type, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
500 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
500
Realized :
500
Lot Viewed : 3 Times
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Lot 21
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Ancient Malwa, Ramamitra (2nd century BC), Copper, 0.74 g, a bull walking to right on obv, Brahmi legend in the centre reads, Ramami… on rev. About Extremely Fine, Rare. ...
Estimate :
500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
500
Realized :
2300
Lot Viewed : 7 Times
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Lot 22
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Ikshvakus of Karnataka (2nd century BC), Lead (2), Horse type with a horse standing to right facing a circular object placed below its mouth, and a Shrivatsa symbol above its back on obv; a tree in railing and a Stupa symbol on rev. Very Fine for the type, Scarce. 2 coins...
Estimate :
3,000 - 3,500
Opening Bid :
3,000
Lot Viewed : 8 Times
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Lot 23
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Satavahanas, Copper, 27.93 g, 36 x 30 x14 mm, Mukha-Linga, a Cover for a Shiva Linga with a figure protruding from left side, geometric design on the body. Extremely Rare. Unusual item with an implication on religious history of Maharashtra and India. Rare. Such portable Lingas are reported to be found along with the Satavahanas coins in Maharashtra. The find indicates that such Lingas belonged to rich businessmen of the period who used to travel a lot and carried these for personal worship and were kept in money begs along with coins....
Estimate :
3,500 - 6,000
Opening Bid :
3,500
Realized :
4000
Lot Viewed : 30 Times
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Lot 24
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Kushanas, Kanishka I, Gold, 7.89 g, Dinar, Nanashao type, King standing to left holding a staff in his left hand and offering to a Fire Altar with his right hand, legend around on obv, Iranian Goddess Nanashao standing to right and a label of her name in the left field behind her on rev. Very Fine+, Very Rare. Nana or Nanashao is an Iranian Goddess of wealth and is a counter-part of Hindu Goddess Lakshmi. Along with the Kushanas, her worship arrived in Western India and remained till today in Rajasthan, Gujarat and Maharashtra. She is now known by the name of Hingalaj ...
Estimate :
125,000 - 135,000
Opening Bid :
125,000
Lot Viewed : 237 Times
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Lot 25
Numismatic Art ( Ancient India )
Western Kshatrapas, Damasena, Potin, anonymous, Elephant type, an elephant standing to right on obv, three arched hill and date below on the rev, Saka 153 (AD 231). Very Fine+, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 9 Times
Total (184)