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Lot 1
Ancient ( The Swastika Coin )
The Swastika Coin, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, Silver, Rupee, Shahbad Qanauj mint, complete mint name at bottom on rev, AH 1154, RY 23, with a Swastika placed in the right side of Julus and above Zarb on rev. Very Fine+, Rare with Swastika. ...
Estimate :
2,000 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
4100
Lot Viewed : 357 Times
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Lot 2
Ancient ( The Ganesha Coin )
The Ganesha Coin, Mysore Kingdom of Tipu Sultan (18th century AD), 3.03 g, 1 Kasu, Lord Ganesha seated, facing front with pot belly, both the hands raised side ways and holding divine weapons, an asana (stool) below. Nagari letters reading like Shri / Pa / jaamong a grid of line on rev (KM# 156). About Extremely Fine, toned, Rare in this grade....
Estimate :
1,000 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
1,000
Realized :
1500
Lot Viewed : 307 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, 0.07 g. The Taurine has a Crescent attached at the bottom of the bear making it two crescents on either side of the central portion. Finely carved out with sharp points. Extremely Fine+, Rare....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
2700
Lot Viewed : 17 Times
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Lot 4
Ancient ( Ancient Indian Primitive Money )
Ancient Indian Primitive Money (c. 300-100 BC), a Taurine-shaped Bead from Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh) region. Gold, 0.13 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 :
1,200 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
1,200
Realized :
3500
Lot Viewed : 291 Times
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Lot 5
Ancient ( Ancient Indian Primitive Money )
Ancient Indian Primitive Money (c. 300-100 BC), a Lotus-shaped Bead from Ujjain (Madhya Pradesh) region. Gold, 1.04 g. The Padma Lotus has six petals arranged around a solid circular centre, and a hollow rectangle at the back to pass through the thread. Finely carved out with round points. Extremely Fine+, Rare....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
3300
Lot Viewed : 17 Times
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Lot 6
Ancient ( Ancient Indian Primitive Money )
Ancient Indian Primitive Money (c. AD 400-500), Gold,1.93 g, Snake or Naga-Devata, Gujarat Region, Uninscribed with the hood of the snake raised and facing front, the typical style of the mythological Kundalini located at the base of the spinal cord. Extremely Fine, Rare....
Estimate :
5,000 - 8,000
Opening Bid :
5,000
Realized :
7500
Lot Viewed : 18 Times
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Lot 7
Ancient ( Ancient Indian Primitive Money )
Ancient Indian Primitive Money (c. AD 400-500), Gold, 0.06 g, Inscribed Seal, Gujarat Region, Brahmi inscription reading the name Bhattasa within a circular border on obverse and flatten loops for threading on reverse. Extremely Fine, Rare....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
4100
Lot Viewed : 369 Times
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Lot 8
Ancient ( Ancient Indian Primitive Money )
Ancient Indian Primitive Money (c. 300-100 BC), a set of 3 Bull-shaped Beads from Malwa (Madhya Pradesh) region. Copper (3), the smallest bead weighs 0.26 g, the medium bead weighs 0.53 g, and the heaviest bead weighs 0.66 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 Rig Vedic Money by Prof S K Bhatt is ...
Estimate :
3,200 - 5,000
Opening Bid :
3,200
Realized :
6500
Lot Viewed : 12 Times
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Lot 9
Ancient ( Ancient Indian Primitive Money )
Ancient Indian Primitive Money (c. 300-100 BC), a set of 2 transparent Beads from Malwa (Madhya Pradesh) region. Copper (2), the smaller bead weighs 0.60 g and the bigger bead weighs 1.04 g. The beads are carved in the shape of a Fish and a Sword. Beads were the earliest medium of exchange among the primitives in the Barter Trade. The beads are pierced through in the centre to make them as a bead. Very Rare as a group. 2 beads...
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,500
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
3300
Lot Viewed : 10 Times
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Lot 10
Ancient ( Ancient Mould )
Ancient Mould (Central India, 2nd century BC), Copper, 92.99 g, 13x14 mm, an intricate design wit 4 parrots and flowery patterns in a detailed design made to cast impressions on terracotta pieces. The mould is important for the fact that it shows how the ancient terracotta art pieces were made and here is the example of a real mould wherein the actual designs are engraved. The Mould has a lid on the back which is now open and throws a flood of light on making it solid with mud. This system of mud-filling the mould saves metal cost and makes the mould heavy enough to st...
Estimate :
3,000 - 5,000
Opening Bid :
3,000
Realized :
11300
Lot Viewed : 14 Times
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Lot 11
Ancient ( Ancient Figurine )
Ancient Figurine (2nd century AD), Terracotta, 10.74 g, 33 x 35 mm, a beautiful figure of a Goddess, probably Durga seated cross-lagged and holding divine ayudhas in her two hands, the head is shown with a long head-gear. Unifaced. Very Fine+, Scarce....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,500
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
2000
Lot Viewed : 12 Times
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Lot 12
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Kashi Janapada under the Kosala Janapada (c. 525-465 BC), Silver, 4.21 g, Vimshatika, four symbols type, Unifaced, with counter-marks on rev (Rajgor Series# 58). Very Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
2,500 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,500
Lot Viewed : 6 Times
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Lot 13
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked coins, Shakya Janapada (6thcentury BC), Silver, 6.39 g, Shatamana, single punch type with a circular punch made of three crescents symbol, around are a number of ancillary shrofff marks. Scyphate, unifaced. Very Fine+, Scarce....
Estimate :
2,500 - 3,000
Opening Bid :
2,500
Realized :
3200
Lot Viewed : 11 Times
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Lot 14
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Kosala Janapada, Silver, 4.13 g, four symbols type, Unifaced (Rajgor Series# 60).A sun counter-mark on rev. Very Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
1,500 - 2,000
Opening Bid :
1,500
Realized :
1500
Lot Viewed : 6 Times
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Lot 15
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Magadha Imperial Series, Silver, 3.26 g, Karshapana, five symbols type, G&H Series I, # 60. About Extremely Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
2,000 - 2,500
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
2000
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 16
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Magadha Imperial Series, Silver, 3.39 g, Karshapana, five symbols type, G&H Series I, # 61. About Extremely Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
2,000 - 2,500
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
2000
Lot Viewed : 6 Times
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Lot 17
Ancient ( Punch-marked Coins )
Punch-marked Coins, Magadha Imperial Series, Silver, 3.41 g, Karshapana, five symbols type, G&H Series I, # 127-134. About Extremely Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
2,000 - 2,500
Opening Bid :
2,000
Realized :
2000
Lot Viewed : 4 Times
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Lot 18
Ancient ( Indo-Greeks )
Indo-Greeks, Lysias, Silver, 2.54 g, Drachm, helmeted bust of the king to right with Greek legend on obv, Greek God Zeus standing in the centre, facing front, with Kharoshti legend around on rev. Extremely Fine+, Very Rare....
Estimate :
4,000 - 6,000
Opening Bid :
4,000
Realized :
6700
Lot Viewed : 11 Times
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Lot 19
Ancient ( Indo-Parthians )
Indo-Parthians, Gondophares (AD 20-50), Billon, 9.1 g, Tetradrachm, king mounted to right on a horse back, and Greek legend around on obv; Lord Shiva standing and holding a long trident in the centre and Kharoshthi legend around on rev. Northern Chach region (Mitch# 2577). Very Fine, Rare. Coins of the Indo-Parthians are generally found with the Greek Deities like Zeus, Nike or Poseidon, however, the portraiture of Hindu God Shiva on this coin is quite rare. ...
Estimate :
13,000 - 15,000
Opening Bid :
13,000
Lot Viewed : 311 Times
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Lot 20
Ancient ( Panchala, Dhruvamitra )
Panchala, Dhruvamitra (2nd century BC), Copper, 4.33 g, die-struck type with a square die on obv having three symbols in the first line and Brahmi legend, Dhruvamitasa in the second line on obverse. Representation of a Stupa symbolizing Dharma (Religion),placed on a pedestal and flanked by two sacred dhvajas (banners) on either side on reverse. About Extremely Fine, Scarce....
Estimate :
1,000 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
1,000
Realized :
2200
Lot Viewed : 12 Times
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Lot 21
Ancient ( Panchala, Rudragupta )
Panchala, Rudragupta (2nd century BC), Copper, 4.76 g, die-struck type with a square die on obv having three symbols in the first line and Brahmi legend, Rudragaptasa with retrograde sa in the second line on obverse. Representation of a Plough (Hala)-Standard placed on a pedestal, flanked by two sacred dhvajas (banners) on either side on reverse. Extremely Fine, Rare ruler....
Estimate :
1,000 - 1,500
Opening Bid :
1,000
Realized :
1600
Lot Viewed : 286 Times
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Lot 22
Ancient ( Vidisha City State )
Vidisha City State (c. 200 BC), Copper, 4.82 g, die-struck type with complete Brahmi legend reading from right to left, Vedisasa across the field on obv. It’s a different type then the usual inscribed Vidisha coins found in Madhya Pradesh. Unifaced, Very Fine+, Very Rare....
Estimate :
9,000 - 12,000
Opening Bid :
9,000
Realized :
9000
Lot Viewed : 13 Times
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Lot 23
Ancient ( Vidisha City State )
Vidisha City State (c. 200 BC), Copper, 6.49 g, 30 x 25 mm, die-struck type with complete Brahmi legend reading from left to right, (Ve)disasa across the field, and an Elephant standing to left but placed side ways on obv. It’s a totally new and different type then the usual inscribed Vidisha coins found in Madhya Pradesh. Broad flan, Unifaced, Extremely Fine+, Extremely Rare....
Estimate :
15,000 - 20,000
Opening Bid :
15,000
Realized :
15000
Lot Viewed : 285 Times
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Lot 24
Ancient ( Ujjayini )
Ujjayini (2nd century BC), Copper, 4.53 g, uninscribed die-struck with an Elephant walking to right and standing on a pedestal on obv; an Ujjayini symbol on rev. Very Fine with green patina, Scarce. ...
Estimate :
500 - 800
Opening Bid :
500
Realized :
500
Lot Viewed : 12 Times
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Lot 25
Ancient ( Ujjayini )
Ujjayini (2nd century BC), Copper, 6.66 g, uninscribed die-struck type with the usual six-armed symbol, tree in railing, river and hill symbols on obv, but with Shiva-Mahakal figure standing to front, holding a Danda and a Katmandalu on rev. Very Fine+, Rare type. ...
Estimate :
4,000 - 6,000
Opening Bid :
4,000
Realized :
4000
Lot Viewed : 14 Times
Total (452)