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AUC15 Lot No : 16
 
Kushans, Gold Dinar, temp. Vasudeva II/Kanishka III (270-300 AD), Gobl 685, 7.94g. Obv: Nimbate and armoured king holding a trident offering sacrifice at an altar, trident-battle axe in the background, a Nandipada symbol in the right field and a Swastika between the king's legs; Bactrian legend ShANANOShAO BAZODEO KOShANO clockwise from 7 o'clock. Rev: Crudely executed Shiva reclining against Nandi, holding trident; Bactrian legend OEShO in right field and Tamgha to the left. Estimate
Rs. 70,000-80,000
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