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Auction 47 : Nashik  Catalogue
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Auction 47
Lot 1
Ancient ( The Swastika Coin )
The Swastika Coin, Satavahanas, Satakarni I (c. 1st century BC), Lead, a Lion seated to left with a long raised tail at the back, a bold Swastika symbol placed above the lion at top, Brahmi legend around on obv. An Ujjayini symbol placed in a square on rev. Very Fine, Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
2000
Lot Viewed : 21 Times
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Lot 2
Ancient ( Ancient Indian Primitive Money )
Ancient Indian Primitive Money (c. 300-100 BC), a set of 3 Bull-shaped Beads from Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh) region. Copper (3), the smallest bead weighs 0.18 g, the medium bead weighs 0.30 g, and the heaviest bead weighs 0.52 g. All the three beads are carved in the shape of a Nandi Bull, the earliest medium of exchange among the primitives in the Barter Trade. The beads are pierced through in the centre of the bull to make them as a bead. Very Rare as a group of 3 Bull Beads in three different sizes and weights. The book, Nishka: the Rigvedic Money by Prof S K Bhatt is ...
Estimate :
3,200 - 5,000
Opening Bid :
3,200
Realized :
8500
Lot Viewed : 275 Times
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Lot 3
Ancient ( Ancient Indian Primitive Money )
Ancient Indian Primitive Money (c. 300-100 BC), a Taurine-shaped Bead from Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh) region. Gold, 0.11 g. Taurine is an English name given to the Nandipada symbol in Indian mythology. Nandipada is basically the shape of a foot of a Nandi. One of the earliest forms of miniature tools in the Barter Trade was the copy of living animals, like cow and bulls. Since actual animals were not feasible to exchange in day-to-day transactions, their miniatures were made in precious and semi-precious metals so that they would serve the purpose as well as be convenient...
Estimate :
1,100 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
1,100
Realized :
7500
Lot Viewed : 17 Times
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Lot 4
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Ayodhya Series (6th century BC), Silver, 6.85 g, Single-composite punch type, a square with the four corners pinched with a dot in each corner, and a solid square in the centre. Minor counter-marks around. Unifaced. About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
7000
Lot Viewed : 15 Times
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Lot 5
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Ayodhya Series (6th century BC), Silver, 6.67 g, Single-composite punch type, a circle made of seven almond-shaped symbols, placed around a solid circle, and a circle as a engulfing border, in the centre with minor counter-marks around. Unifaced, patineted. About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
2800
Lot Viewed : 10 Times
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Lot 6
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Gandhara Janapada (6th century BC), Silver, 11.51 g, 41x11 mm, Bent Bar, double symbols punched from a single punch at the two ends of the bar on obv, unifaced (Rajgor Series 34). Broad flan, Scarce....
Estimate :
2,500 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,500
Realized :
2500
Lot Viewed : 6 Times
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Lot 7
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Gandhara Janapada (6th century BC), Silver, 11.51 g, 25x11 mm, Bent Bar, double symbols punched from a single punch at the two ends of the bar on obv, unifaced (Rajgor Series 34). Broad flan, Scarce....
Estimate :
2,500 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,500
Realized :
2500
Lot Viewed : 3 Times
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Lot 8
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Surashtra Janapada, 4th century BC, Silver, 0.94 g, ¼ Karshapana, single-composite Punch type, with a Shrivatsa symbol, representing Goddess Lakshmi in the centre and Triskelis and Taurines around on obv. Unifaced, un-reused type wherein the coin types were not reused for subsequent stamping of later types of coins. About Extremely Fine, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
500 - 800
Opening Bid :
500
Realized :
550
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 9
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked coins, Magadha Mahajanapada, c. 4th century BC, Silver (5), 0.150 g each, Mashaka. Five different symbols on each of the coins, with a single bold symbol punched on the face, unifaced. Very Fine+, Scarce. 5 coins Mashaka was a smallest coin in the Punch-marked coins series. Mashaka is said to be the weight of a Makshika (House Fly), the lightest in the series. It is recorded in the Arthashastra of Kautilya that a Mashaka was a weekly salary of a laborer during the time of Chandragupta Maurya. Such a small coin could have kept burning the kitchen stove for ...
Estimate :
500 - 1,000
Opening Bid :
500
Realized :
600
Lot Viewed : 16 Times
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Lot 10
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Vidisha (3rd century BC), Copper, 5.66 g, 3 Symbols type, three punches comprising of a Triangle-headed Standard (Indra-Dhvaja), an Ujjayni symbol and a Six-armed symbol with three arrows and three Taurines, placed alternately around a central circle. Uninscribed. The reverse is blank. Extremely Fine for the type with clear symbols, Rare...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
1700
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 11
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Vidisha (3rd century BC), Copper, 9.96 g, 4 Symbols type with Elephant & Horse. Four symbols type with an Elephant with upraised trunk and walking to right in the left field, an Ujjayini symbol a Dot in each orb and a Taurine placed between two orbs (in the top field); a Horse running to right in the right field; and a River symbol at the bottom of the coin with fish and turtles. The reverse is blank. About Extremely Fine for the type, Rare in this weight....
Estimate :
1,800 - 2,200
Opening Bid :
1,800
Realized :
3000
Lot Viewed : 5 Times
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Lot 12
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Vidisha (3rd century BC), Copper, 12.82 g, 4 Symbols type with Elephant & Horse. Four symbols type with an Elephant with upraised trunk and walking to right in the left field, an Ujjayini symbol a Dot in each orb and a Taurine placed between two orbs (in the top field); a Horse running to right in the right field; and a River symbol at the bottom of the coin with fish and turtles. The reverse is blank and corroded. About Extremely Fine for the type, Rare in this heavy weight....
Estimate :
1,800 - 2,500
Opening Bid :
1,800
Lot Viewed : 5 Times
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Lot 13
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Vidisha (3rd century BC), Copper, 3.73 g, 5 Symbols with Taurine-Triangle Headed- Elephant. A Taurine placed in a U-shaped symbol with a connector at the bottom-centre, placed in the left margin; a Six-armed symbol at top; an Elephant walking to left in the right field; a Triangle-headed Standard placed over a rectangle railing and placed in the centre of the coin; and a River symbol at the bottom of the coin. The reverse is blank. Extremely Fine, Rare....
Estimate :
1,200 - 1,800
Opening Bid :
1,200
Realized :
1200
Lot Viewed : 265 Times
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Lot 14
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Vidisha (3rd century BC), Copper, 7.23 g, 5 Symbols with Ujjayini symbol-Triangle Headed- Elephant. An Ujjayini symbol with a Crescent placed in the left area of the coin, a Six-armed symbol at top, an Elephant to left in the right field, a Triangle-headed Standard in a railing placed in the centre of the coin; and a River symbol at the bottom of the coin. The Ujjayini symbol with a Crescent at top is quite similar to similar Punch-marked coins issued by the Satavahana monarchs with their names. This might suggest a chronological link with those coi...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,200
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 15
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Vidisha (3rd century BC), Copper, 3.62 g, 5 Symbols with Elephant-Tree-Ujjayini symbol. The 5 punches of the coin has a walking Elephant with upraised trunk and front-left leg, walking to right, placed in the left field, a Triangle-headed Standard in a railing, placed upside to right and at the top of the coin, an Ujjayini symbol in the right field, a Tree-in-railing with 9 boxes in the centre of the coin, and a River symbol at the bottom of the coin. The reverse is blank. Almost Extremely Fine, Rare....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Lot Viewed : 5 Times
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Lot 16
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Vidisha (3rd century BC), Copper, 4.05 g, 5 Symbols with Lotus-Tree-in-railing-Six-armed symbol. The Ujjayini symbol is replaced with a Six-armed symbol in the right field. The arrangement now is Lotus (on left), Triangle-headed Standard (at top), Six-armed symbol (on right), Tree-in-railing (center), and River symbol (at bottom). The reverse is blank. Extremely Fine+ for the type, Rare....
Estimate :
1,200 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
1,200
Realized :
2600
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 17
Ancient ( Eran region )
Eran region, Lajja Gauri Pendent (2nd century BC), Lead, 3.56 g, a women squatting in the front and holding two branches of tree in her both the raised hands, resembling to the famous Lajja Gauri pause of the Goddess of Fertility in western India. A mount at top for use as a pendent. Extremely Fine, Very Rare....
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
4600
Lot Viewed : 12 Times
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Lot 18
Ancient ( Vidisha (2nd century BC) )
Vidisha (2nd century BC), Copper, 7.83 g, die-struck type, Bull & Nandipada type. A Bull walking to right, facing a Tree-in-railing placed in the lower-right field, an Ujjayini symbol above its head, and a Triangle-headed Standard in the upper-left corner over the back of the bull. Complex Nandipada symbol on reverse but hardly seen on the flan. Very Fine+, Rare....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
1600
Lot Viewed : 39 Times
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Lot 19
Ancient ( Ancient Nadner )
Ancient Nadner, Narmada Valley, Ancient Malwa, 2nd century BC, Copper, 5.82 g, Kamshika, composite punch type with a tree-in-railing on left, a three-arched hill with a crescent at top on right and a Boat-like River symbol at the bottom on obv. Unifaced, with bottom-left corner turned back in the main flan and the third symbol of a boat is over-stamped on the piece. About Extremely Fine, Rare. ...
Estimate :
6,000 - 8,000
Opening Bid :
6,000
Realized :
6500
Lot Viewed : 275 Times
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Lot 20
Ancient ( Ancient Nadner )
Ancient Nadner, Narmada Valley, Ancient Malwa, 2nd century BC, Copper, 2.89 g, ½ Kamshika, Similar to the previous type but with top two symbols are interchanged in their positions, composite punch type with a tree-in-railing on right, a three-arched hill with a crescent at top on left and a Boat-like River symbol at the bottom on obv. Unifaced. About Extremely Fine, Very Rare being a half denomination. ...
Estimate :
7,000 - 9,000
Opening Bid :
7,000
Realized :
7000
Lot Viewed : 5 Times
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Lot 21
Ancient ( Ancient Tripuri )
Ancient Tripuri (Jabalpur), 2nd century BC, Lead, 4.93 g, Uninscribed, a man walking towards an Indra-Dhvaja (Triangle-headed Standard) placed on a railing on obv, a very high relief tortoise in the centre on rev. About Extremely Fine for the type, Extremely Rare....
Estimate :
8,000 - 10,000
Opening Bid :
8,000
Realized :
8500
Lot Viewed : 6 Times
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Lot 22
Ancient ( Ancient Tripuri )
Ancient Tripuri (Jabalpur), 2nd century BC, Gotamiputra Vishakhadutta (Vishakhadutta, the son of Mother Gautami), Copper, 6.32 g, a Shrivatsa symbol in the central square and Brahmi legend around on obv, rev is blank. Very Fine for the type, Rare. The ruler and his coin was unpublished till 2008 when Kulkarni published it for the first time in a numismatic souvenir at Indore. This is the only example when we find a ruler named Vishakhadutta is found, otherwise the name only appears in the Sanskrit literature of Kalidas. ...
Estimate :
6,000 - 9,000
Opening Bid :
6,000
Realized :
9500
Lot Viewed : 22 Times
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Lot 23
Ancient ( Mugamukhe City-State )
Mugamukhe City-State, 2nd century BC, Lead, 4.34 g, bold Brahmi legend written in the centre, mugamukhe on obv, a frog below a scale on rev. Patinated, About Extremely Fine for the type, Rare in this condition....
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,500
Opening Bid :
2,000
Lot Viewed : 30 Times
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Lot 24
Ancient ( Mugamukhe City-State )
Mugamukhe City-State, 2nd century BC, Lead, 5.11 g, bold Brahmi legend written in the centre, mugamukhe on obv, a frog below a scale on rev. Extremely Fine+ for the type, Rare....
Estimate :
3,000 - 4,000
Opening Bid :
3,000
Realized :
3000
Lot Viewed : 7 Times
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Lot 25
Ancient ( Mugamukhe City-State )
Mugamukhe City-State, 2nd century BC, Lead, 8.59 g, bold Brahmi legend written in the centre, mugamukhe on obv, a frog below a scale on rev. Patinated, About Extremely Fine for the type, Rare in this condition....
Estimate :
5,500 - 6,500
Opening Bid :
5,500
Realized :
5500
Lot Viewed : 267 Times
Total (333)