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Marudhararts e auction 20 mumbai live now 7387678

A glimpse of the Inaugural Ceremony of

Marudhar Arts Showroom and Gallery

at #85 M.G Road Bangalore 560 001

14th July 2016


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Marudhar Arts®

India’s Leading Numismatic Auction House

New Showroom :

# 85 M. G. Road, Bangalore 560 001

Auction Venue

Antique License No.01

Hotel Marine Plaza

(A Sarovar Portico Hotel)

29, Marine Drive, Churchgate, Mumbai, 400 020

Regd. Oice :

1st loor, 120, Dr. D. V. G. Road, Basavangudi

(Gandhi Bazar) Bangalore 560 004.

Lot Viewing at our M.G Road oice

16th - 25th Aug between 11:30 AM to 5:00 PM

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21st August from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM at

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28th August, 09:30 AM Onwards

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Bibliography

A Catalog of he Indian Coins in the British Museum By John Allan

Ancient Indian Coins Revisited By Wilfried Piper

Indian Paper Money By Kishore Jhunjhunwala and Rezwan Razack

Indian Paper Money By Kishore Jhunjhunwala, Dilip Rajgor, Jayesh Gala & N. D. Agrawal

Kushan Coins: By Gobl

Living without Silver, John S. Deyell, Oxford University Press 1999

Maratha Mints and Coinage By K. K. Maheshwari & Kenneth W. Wiggins

Michael Mitchiner :– he Coinage and History of Southern India Karnataka-Andhra Part I, 1998

Michael Mitchiner :– Oriental Coins & heir values, he Ancient & Classical world Part I&II 1978

Michael Mitchiner :– he Coinage and History of Southern India Tamilnadu-Kerala part II 1998

Phila India

South Asian Coins and Paper Money Indian Edition – 2013. By Rajender Maru

Stanley Gibbons

South India Coins By K. Ganesh & Dr. M Girijapati

he Coins of he British Commonwealth of Nation - Part 3 & 4 By F. Pridmore

he Coins of he Indian Sultanates By Mr. Stan Goron & Mr. J.P. Goenka

he Coins of the Bengal Presidency By Dr Paul Stevens

he Coinage and History of Vijayanagara Empire By Dr. M. Girijapathi

he Coinage of Assam By N. G. Rhodes & S. K. Bose

he Commercial Coinage of Koch Kingdon By S. K. Bose

he Gupta Gold Coins of Bayana Hoard, Prof. A.S. Altekar NSI Varanasi 1954

Traversing Travancore through the Ages on Coins By Beena Sarasan

www.Zenu.ru

Catalogue Advisors

B. S. Ramu, Bangalore

Beena Sarasan, Cochin

C A Madan Gopal, Bangalore

Sanjay R. More, Nasik (Gupta Coinage)

Jan Lingen, Netherlands

Akshay Jain (Gupta Coinage)

Banking Details

Current Account Name: Marudhar Arts

SBI Bank, Church Street, Bangalore

A/C No : 31823905540

RTGS / NEFT IFS C: SBIN0003357

HDFC, Gandhi Bazar, Bangalore

A/C No: 04462020001066

RTGS / NEFT IFSC: HDFC0000446

Price : INR 700 / 20 USD


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Marudhar Arts Auction No. 20

Hotel Marine Plaza, Mumbai

Sale Starts at 11:00 AM, Sunday, August 28th, 2016.

Lunch 1 p.m - 2 p.m

Evening Tea & Snacks 4:00 - 4:15 p.m

Dinner 8:00 p.m

Order of Sale

Stamps of Pre and Post India

Gandhi

Autographs

Lot No. 01 to 75

Lot No. 76 to 87

Lot No. 88 to 96

Coins of Ancient India

Lot No. 97 to 183

Coins of Hindu Medieval

Lot No. 184 to 216

Coins of Sultanate of India

Lot No. 217 to 276

Coins of Mughal Emperors of India

Coins of Indian Independent Kingdom

Coins of Indian Princely States

Lot No. 277 to 489

Lot No. 490 to 545

Lot No. 546 to 650

Coins of European Enclaves in India

Lot No. 651 to 678

Coins of Presidencies of India

Lot No. 679 to 708

Coins of British India

Lot No. 709 to 988

Coins of Republic India

Lot No. 989 to 991

Coins of Worldwide

Lot No. 992 to 1016

Medals/Tokens/Badges

Lot No. 1017 to 1051

Paper Money

Lot No. 1052 to 1097

Error Paper Money

Lot No. 1098 to 1114

Error Coins

Lot No. 1115 to 1143

Pre Live Bidding at marudhararts.com will be Stopped at

8:00 AM (IST) and the Real-Time Live Floor Auction will start at 11:00 AM (IST)

http://www.icollector.com/Marudhar-Arts_ae2066

Antique License No. : 01, TIN : 29570625106, Service Tax No. ACLPM3367RSD001

Buyer's Premium is 12.5% on Hammer Price &

14% + 0.50% + 0.50% (insclusive 0.50% SBC & KKC) Service Tax is applicable on Buyer’s Premium Only.

OR

Total 14.37% all togeather on CLOSING PRICE

Plus 1% VAT on Gold & Silver Metal Items, Autographs 5.5% VAT No VAT on Paper Money & Philatelic Items*


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STAMPS

Scinde Dawk

The Dawk or Dak was a very old system of

runners that served the Indus Valley of

Sindh, (Now in Pakistan). The term Scinde Dawk

refers to the irst adhesive postage stamps in Asia.

The name derives from the words “Scinde”, the

British spelling of the name of the province of

“Sindh”, and “Dawk”, the anglicised spelling of

the Hindustani word “Dak” or Post.

In 1852, India became the 10th country in

the world and irst in asia to issue postage

stamps in a remote province called scinde.

Sir. Bartle Frere designed the stamps .

The Scinde Dawk Stamps were issued for the irst

time on 01-07-1852 and subsequently stopped

on 30-09-1854 and the balance was ordained to

be destroyed. White & Red were locally done,

whereas blue was printed by De La Rue. Red was

the result to replace white as it was not visible in

B

postal system of Sindh by introducing a cheap and uniform rate

for postage, independent of distance travelled. In 1851 the run-

ners were replaced with an eicient system using horses and

camels, following routes through Scinde province, generally

along the valley of the Indus river. The mail was carried quickly

and eiciently, connecting government oices and post oices

from Karachi through Kotri and Hyderabad up to Sukkur.

artle Frere of the East India Company became the Chief

Commissioner of Sindh in 1850. Following the English

example set by Rowland Hill, Frere improved upon the

candle light.

All Scinde Dawk Stamps presented here are

Printed By De La Rue, London

1.Scinde Dawk, 1852, 1/2 Anna, WHITE, Diamond of Dots

Cancellation,  Certiied  By  BPA  expertising limited, Lon-

don, Certiicate No. 78479, dated 1st Nov 2011, USED, SG # 1,

Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,00,000 - 1,25,000

2. Scinde Dawk, 1852, 1/2 Anna, WHITE,Large sunburst

cancellation,  Certiied  By  BPA  expertising limited, Lon-

don, Certiicate No. 78480, dated 1st Nov 2011, USED, Light

Cancellation, SG # 1, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,00,000 - 1,25,000

3. Scinde Dawk, 1852, 1/2 Anna, WHITE, Good Margins all

around, Certiied By Sergio Simondo, USA, Extra Wide Margin

at the bottom, Very Light Cancellation, SG # 1, Extremely Rare.

01

02

Estimate : ` 75,000 - 1,00,000

4. Scinde Dawk, 1852, 1/2 Anna, Blue on piece with tied Diamond

of dots Cancellation, On piece is comparitively rarer than the ine

used. Certiied By Bernard Behar Pascal Behr, Paris, Certiicate

No. 217414, dated 1st Nov 2011, USED, Touched at the top,

margin all-round on other sides, Very Light Cancellation, SG #2,

Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 4,50,000 - 5,50,000

03

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5. 1855, 1/2a, Die III, Blue, Fine used, Stone

Repair above “L” of Half, SG # 8a, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

6. 1855, Litho 4 Annas, 3rd Printing, all four corners added, Used, Cat Value £ 2000,

Extremely Rare

Estimate : ` 10,000 - 15,000

7. King Edward VII, 2 Rupee, SG # 138,

Mint, hinged.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

8. Queen Victoria, 1900, C. E. F. Overprint, One Anna Six Pies, Sepia, Prepared But Not

Used, Mint, Certiied By RPSL London, Certiicate No. 200529, dated 27th Aug 2008, SG

# C10c,Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000 - 30,000

9. Bahrain Overprint, India

Used Abroad, KGVI (9V),

3p, 1/2a, 1a.3p, 2as, 3as, 4as,

8as & 1Rupee, Mint, SG # 38,

39, 42, 44, 45, 47, 49 & 32.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

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10. 1942, King George VI, Muscat Over Print, 15V, Mint, Very Lightly Hinged, Mint, SG # 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15 (full set).

Estimate : ` 12,500 - 15,000

11. 1947-1956, Anna Series, Complete Commemorative Sets,MNH, White GUM, Supper Condition, Phila # 282 to 320, Extremely

Rare.Estimate : ` 30,000 - 40,000

12. 1953, ASIAN Games,Block of 4, MNH, White Gum.

Estimate : ` 6500 - 7500

13. Se-tenant Set, 1974 to 2014, A Complete of collection of

150 Se-tenant Set From Mathura Museum (1974) till Jag-

jit Singh (2014), Including Mahadevi Verma (1991), Bridg-

es and air force (1992), Migratory birds (2000) Includ-

ing V, H & B, Political leaders (2000) Including V, H & B,-

Gems & Jewellery (V Strips), Medicinal Plants 2003 (In-

cluding V, H & B), President Fleet Review (Normal, Small

& Big), MNH, White GUM, Market Value 70,000 +, Rare.

Collection is well mounted in German Stock Book

Estimate : ` 35,000 - 50,000

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14. Miniature Sheets, 1973 to 2015, A Complete collection of 128 Miniatures Sheet till Zo-

ological Survey of India, Including the irst three issues Guru Granth Sahib, MNH, White

GUM, Manik Jain Catlogue Value 30,000 +, Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000 - 25,000

15. King George VI, 1 Rupee, Part Sheet of

20 Stamps, Mint, SG # 259.

Estimate : ` 1000-1200

16. King George VI, 2 Rupee, Large block

of 12 stamps with gutter, Mint, SG # 220.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

17. 6 Sheets, 1970, , Vidyasagar (Phi-

la # 517), Maharsi Vakmiki (Phila #

519), Cent. of Calcutta Ports Trust (Phi-

la # 520), 50th Annv. of Jamia Millia

Islamia(Phila # 521), Jamanalal Ba-

jaj (Phila # 522), 50th Ann. of India Red

Cross (Phila # 523), MNH, Very Good

Condition.

18. 1991, Complete Sheet of 35 Stamps,

Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference

, Commercially Used. Rare Example to

Get Full sheet as Commercially used, Very

Good Condition.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

19. Barwani, ¼ anna, Imperf, Margin at

right and top, Faded impression, Mint.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

20. Cochin, 9pies, Blurred impres-

sion, ine used SG#89, Good Condition.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

21. Indore (Holkar State), Die card

Proof on thick card paper, overprinted in

Red “WATERLOW & SONS”,

Estimate : ` 3500-4500

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22. 1850 (?), Hausberg Copper plate Proof , 1/2a, 2as X 2 & 4as, Plate of 1854 Stamps Series, Plate IV, Excellent Condition,

Extremely Rare

Printing from copper plates is the technique of transferring to a sheet of paper, a piece of satin or any similar material the imprint of lines

etched with acid or engraved, with a burin or by some other means, on a plate of copper or of wood.

Stamps are printed in diferent processes. Paper stamps have been produced in a variety of techniques such as letterpress, photogravure, ofset

lithography printing, engraving & intaglio.

Stamps in the late 1840’s were processed through intaglio printing. Thus, even if a postage stamp issue is printed with the same design, the

stamp value is not the same at all. Every printing method has slight variations during the printing process.

Estimate : ` 60,000-75,000

23. Save for India’s Defence, 1943, Tied up 1Re X 10 Stamps as Savings, 1 Block of Four with Top margin & 1 Block of Six, Post oice

Savings Certiicate, Printed in URDU, Cancelled Seal 24 NOV 43, Lahore, Printed in Lucknow, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7500

24.

ly Hinged, Issued by TB Association of

INDIA, Mint.

Estimate : ` 1000-1200

TB, 1988, 6 Diferent, Very Light-

25. 2008-2009, Defenitive Series, C V

Raman, 10rs., Pink & Red Color Miss-

ing in Two bottom Rows, Sheet of 45

Stamps (Bottom Half Part of Sheet) Mint,

Phila D# 180.

Estimate : ` 5000-7500

26. Pre Stamps Cover, 1845, 10as, Post-

ed from Bombay to Madras, 3 line RED

Despatch Postmark, Posting Date 1845

DEC 20, 2Line “GPO” Red Postmark

on Rev, Square “PM” Red Post Mark,

Good Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

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27. Pre Stamps Cover, 1847, Post-

age DUE 6as, Posted from Calcutta to

Madras, 2 line BLACK Despatch Post-

mark, Posting Date 1847 APRIL 30, 2 Line

“GPO” Red Postmark, Square “AM” Black

Post Mark, Packed with red WAX Seal,

Good Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000 - 9000

28. Pre Stamps Cover, 1868, 4 as,

Bearing 4 Anna Cancellation, 28 MAY

1868, Good Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000 -15,000

29. Pre Stamps Cover, 1850, Post-

age DUE 6as., Posted from Calcutta

to Madras, 4 line BLACK Despatch

Postmark, Posting Date 1850 SEPT

20, 2 Line “GPO” Red Postmark on

Rev., Square “AM” Black Post Mark,

Good Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000 - 9000

30. Victoria, 1854, 1/2a., Native Cov-

er, Addressed to Bhawalpur (Now in Pa-

kistan) Good Condition, Extremely Rare.

31. Victoria Queen, 1857, 1/2a, Letter

Sheet, issued 1857 Sept 15, tied with nu-

merical post mark, Special Red Post

Mark 3rd Delivery, Excellent Condition,

Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

32. Victoria Queen, Evelope Blue,

1/2a, Registred, additional 1/2a X3 &

4as Stamps tied, East INDIA, Duplex

Post Mark, 3 Section Box Post Mark of

REGISTERED | Meerut City Receiving

Oice | Reg No. 17,  Rates 10 (?) Ad-

dressed to Delhi, Good Condition.

Estimate : ` 5000-7500

Note:- Very Good Example for Pakistan

Postal History Collector

Estimate : ` 12,000 - 15,000

33. Victoria Queen, Registered Enve-

lope, 2as, 1886, Mint, Good Condition.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

34.

ERROR,Partly Printed and albino im-

pression on Cover Flap, Flap Support-

ed with butter paper, Mint Good Condi-

tion, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7500 - 10,000

KGV,

Registered

Cover,

1a.

35. KGV, 1917, Registered Cover, Dt. 17

Sept 1917, Posted over address on the front

from Library BazzarMUSSOREE with

3 color franking of KGV ½ annas (SG

155), 3 annas (SG  172) & 6annas (SG

178), Kongmoon of South China, Good

Condition.

Estimate : ` 7500-9000

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36. India Used Abroad, ADEN, KGV, 1a,

Tied with the rarest ADEN PAQUEBOAT /

Vertical bar grill postmark on nice and clean,

Addressed to Calcutta, 12 MAR 27, Very

Good Condition,

Estimate : ` 17,500 - 20,000

37. KGV, Postage Due cover, 1/2a (India,

KGV), 2d. (UK), Addressed to England,

Sent after the expiry of concessionary rate

and marked postage due with 2d collected

upon delivery, 18FEB 19, Very Good

Condition.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

38. KGVI, Envelope, ERROR,

Albino (Color Missing), 1/2a,1942, Mint.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

39. KGV, 1932, 1/2a Cover, Overprinted

with I.E.F., up rated with 12 ½ KURUS Blue

stamp. cancelled with CITY Of OXFORD,

LIVERPOOL mark in violet, Addressed

to Alexandria of Egypt, A Nice and unusual

souvenir, Very Good Condition.

Estimate : ` 5,000 - 6,000

40. Edward VII, Registered Envelope, 1a, & 4a, Addressed to “The Maharaja of

Kashimbazar, Murshedabad “, 2nd Dely 19 NOV, Registered Post Seal “SAARAFA

BAZAR, Chuchura”, Good Condition, Rare.

Portuguese founded the town of Chuchura (Hooghly) in 1579, but the district has thousands

of years of heritage in the form of the great kingdom of Bhurshut. The city lourished as a

trading port and some religious structures were built. One such structure is a Christian church

dedicated to a statue of Mary, brought by the Portuguese.

In the 17th century, political disorder struck the city and the Mughal governor of Bengal

expelled the Portuguese. The leeing Portuguese lost the statue in the river, but local people

later found it on the river bank. The arrested Portuguese were taken to Delhi, where a death

sentence of trampling by elephants was decreed. When the emperor Shah Jahan heard this

he ordered the priests released and granted a piece of land on the bank of the river Hooghly,

where the statue of Mary was re-established. There the Portuguese constructed a church to

house the statue, which still receives pilgrims today.

In 1656 the Dutch erected a factory on the site of the town. At that time Calcutta was the

principal settlement in Dutch Bengal, who used it as a base for the Dutch intra-Asian opium

trade.

In 1759 the garrison of Chinsura, on its march to Chandernagore, attacked a British force

under Colonel Forde. The Battle of Chinsurah lasted less than half an hour and ended with

the rout of the Dutch attackers. In 1795, during the Napoleonic wars, a British garrison

occupied the settlement. The peace of 1814 restored Hughli to the Dutch. However, in 1825,

the Dutch ceded many of their possession in India to the British, in exchange for the British

possessions in Sumatra.

41. KGV,1916, I.E.F., 1/2a, F.P.O., 1/4

OVPT x2 (Victoria) tied, Posted from FPO

to Bombay,Good Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000 - 12,000

Both Chinsurah and Hooghly played a role in the Bengal renaissance and the Indian

independence movement. “Vande Mataram”, India’s national song, was composed by

Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay at Joraghat in Chinsurah, who had been an alumnus of the

Hooghly Collegiate School .

Nazrul Islam’s revolutionary songs were penned while he was imprisoned by the British in

Hooghly Jail.

Estimate : ` 7,500-10,000

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42. KGV,1915, I.E.F., 1/2a, BASE OfFICE, I.E.F. Overprint-

ed 3p, 1/2a, 1a, 2as & 2a6p additional Stamps tied up, 11 JUL

15, Good Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

43. KGV, Airmail, 1927, 2as (purple) First airmail “Calcutta to

Paris”, Pilot Capt.:- Leon Challe, Engineer:- Mons Raymond

Rapin, Posted to England, cancelled on 3 Nov 27 with PARK

STREET, CALCUTTA CDS. “Stephen Smith small initial in Red

on front and full sign on back”, Excellent Condition,

Estimate : ` 13,500-17,000

44. KGV, 1928, Air Mail Post Card, 1/2a, “By Dutch aero plane

to Rangoon,”, signed by pilot John Pratt & Ross Hadley on

front, Cancelled at Park Street Calcutta on 4 Oct 1928 with Rangoon

dely on back 16 Oct 1928, Violet Large violet cachet “3rd PLANE

CRASHED AT CAWNPORE. CARRIED BY:- 4TH OfFICIAL

MAIL PLANE. H ---N A.D.F.”, Signed by Stephen Smith on

back, ExcelLent Condition.

Estimate : ` 14,500-20,000

45. 1928, Air Mail (By Sea Plane), KGV, 3p X 2 pairs, “with

Yellow label of BRITISH FLIGHT”, Via Empire Cruise to Ran-

goon, Cancelled on 3 FEB 28, Excellent Condition, Extremely

Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000 - 15,000

46. KGV, 1928, Air Mail, 1a (Ing. of New Delhi

1931) 1a (brown), Aeroplane Mail, 4th Dutch mail plane, Address

to Rangoon, Cancelled at Park Street Calcutta on 11 Oct 1928

with Rangoon Dely on back 16 Oct 1928,Signed by Stephen Smith

on back, Excellent Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,500 - 15,000

47. 1930, Airmail, KGV, 1a (Brown) & 2as (Airmail), “Via Indi-

an State Air Service”, KARACHI to JODHPUR, Flight, Signed

on salvage by G. Grant, 21 FEB 30 Cancellation, Signed by Ste-

phen Smith & G. Grant ( Designer of 1929 Airmail Stamps ) Re-

verse Side, Excellent Condition, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000 - 15,000

Autograph On Reverse

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48. KGV, 1931, Air Mail, 1a ,AMERICAN WORLD FLIERS

light by Biplane“Caried by Messrs Hadley & Pratt Across the

Bay to, AKYAB in Stearman Biplane the N. R. 8809”, signed by

pilot John Pratt & Ross Hadley on front, Cancelled with PARK

STREET – CALCUTTA 28 Mar 31, Delivered at Calcutta on 5

APR 31. Violet pictorial cachet and instruction mark“Held up till

1st April, Owing to Unforeseen Circumstances”, Good Condi-

tion, Very Rare

Estimate : ` 20,000 - 25,000

49. KGV, 1932, INDIAN Airmail, 1/2a X2 (green), AMERICAN

WORLD FLIERS light by Biplane : N.R.8809, Signed by Pilot

John Pratt & Ross Hadley, Cancelled with PARK STREET –

CALCUTTA 26 Mar 31, Very Good Condition.

Estimate : ` 17,500 - 20,000

50. KGV, 1931, Air Mail, 1a (Ing. of New Delhi

1931) 1a (brown), Air mail Sign Mark “Accross the BAY, and over

the YOHMAS to RANGOON, With the American Fliers Messers Ross

Hadley and John, Pratt in their Plane the N. R. 8809”, signed by

pilot John Pratt & Ross Hadley on front, Cancelled with PARK

STREET – CALCUTTA,28 Mar 31, Cancelled on 3 MAR 31.

Violet pictorial cachet and instruction mark“Held up till 1st April,

Owing to Unforeseen Circumstances”, Excellent Condition.

Estimate : ` 8500-11000

51. 1936, Airmail, KGV, India & French combination stamps

used, 3p (KGV, India) & 50c (France), Rare light of Arnoux & 

Japy, French stamp cancelled on 25 Oct 1936 and Indian on 26

Oct 36 woth KARACHI AIR CDS, Signed by Pilot, with Voyage

Interrompu le 26-10-1936 a Karachi mark in violet. Excellent

Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000 - 12,000

52. Victory card, Medium size “V” on top

left corner,  1942  (?),  with Medium “V”,

Produced by “Indian Airmail Soci-

ety”, with slogan ” WHEN THE BRIT-

ISH BOMBER PLAYS THE RUMBA

RUN NAZI RUN”, Rare to ind in unused

condition. Mint,

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

53. Victory Trump Card, 1942 (?), with

large V, Produced by “Indian Airmail

Society”, signed by “Stephen Smith,

Mint, Excellent Condition.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

54. KGVI, 1a3p Stamp of KGV, Victo-

ry Trump Card, with large V, Produced

by “Indian Airmail Society”, signed

by “Stephen Smith” on back, 7th Sept

1941 and with delay mark on back 8th Sept.

Excellent Condition.

Estimate : ` 9000-11000

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55. Balloon Mail, 1963, Landed in Bangalore at THIPPAGON-

DAKA HALLI on 14th November, 1963 at 14:15 pm, Excellent

Condition,

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

56. Balloon Mail, 1964, 15p (Neharu) 2np (Map Series), Landed

in MACHOHALLI Experimental Sub Post Oice on 14th No-

vember, 1964, Excellent Condition,

Estimate : ` 1500 - 2000

57. Balloon Mail, 1966, 15p Stamp, Post

card, 14-11-66, Sub Post Oice, Landed

in Bangalore at MACHOHALLI Experi-

mental, Excellent Condition.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

58. KGV, Pigeon Mail, ½a Green, HAZARIBAGH TO CALCUTTA By Homing Pi-

geon SILVER QUEEN, Cancelled in red with PARK STREET CALCUTTA CDS of 31 DEC

31, Signed by Stephen H Smith on reverse, Excellent Condition, Rare,

Estimate : ` 15000-20000

59. 1933, Pigeon Mail, KGV, 1/2a (Green), “By Homing Pigeon

COLONEL”, CHANDERNAGORE TO CALCUTTA, Signed

by Stephen H Smith,Cancelled withPARK STREET CALCUTTA

CDS of 19 JAN 33, Signed by Stephen Smith & G. Grant on Re-

verse Side, Missive included, Excellent Condition, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 14,000 - 17,000

60. KGV, Pigeon Mail, 1a 3P purple (Service Over Print-

ed), KALYAN TO BOMBAY with KALYAN FIRST PIGEON

SERVICE, Cancelled in red 6 APR 41, Excellent Condition.

Estimate : ` 9000-13000

Autograph On Reverse

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61. Rocket Mail, 1937, 9p Stamp, Cover, 8 Feb 1937, Scout Jam-

bore Rocketmail with GREEN Label, Rocket Name:- No.138

Princess Elizabeth, Excellent Condition,Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000 - 30,000

62. Rocket Mail, 1937, 9p Stamp, Post Card, 8 Feb

1937, Scout Jambore Rocketmail with BLUE Label, Rock-

et Name:- No.139 Lord Baden-Powell, Excellent Condition,

Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000 - 55,000

63. Rocket Mail, 1937, 9p Stamp, Cover, 2 Feb 1937, Scout Jambore Rocketmail with RED

Label, Rocket Name:- No.135 Dr. M. Krostein, Excellent Condition, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000 - 45,000

64. 1936, Picture Post Card, KGV,

9p., Darbar Sahib, Dehara Baba Nanak,

Delivery Post Mark 14 MAR 1936 Pan-

ayapatti, Two iling holes, Very Good

Condition.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

Autograph On Reverse

65.

Pies, “Kashmir View of Firozpur Nal-

la”, MINT, Extrememly Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7500

KGV,

Picture

Post

Card,

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66. 1947, Post Card, 1/2a, “Jai Hind Post

Mark”, Posted Date on 17 Aug 47, Deliv-

ery on 24 Aug 47, Written Day 15th Aug

47, Address AZAD HIND STORE, Excel-

lent Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7500

67. KGVI, FDC, 1945, Victory, Regis-

tered, Locally posted with in Bombay, De-

livery Mark & Reg label on back, Excel-

lent Condition.

Estimate : ` 5000-7500

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68. FDC, 1950,Republic Day, Registred

Air Mail, Addressed to England, 26-01-

1950, Bombay Cancellation, Excellent

Condition.

Estimate : ` 2500-3500

69. FDC, 1952, Saints & Poet, Cancella-

tion with Rare comet Hindi & English, co-

meerical Used, Excellent Condition.

Estimate : ` 2500 - 3000

70. FDC, 1952, Saints & Poet, Cancel-

lation with LANDAUR / DEHRA-DUN,

Excellent Condition.

Estimate : ` 2000 - 2500

71. FDC, 1953, Mount Everest, Post to

Newzeland, Rare Destination, Excellent

Condition.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

72. F.D.C., 1953, Railway Centenary,“Cancelled with Red oicial cachet Seal”, 14 + 10

Stamps on Front and back 2as x 24, 3 Rupees high value postage Stamps ixed on cover,

Addressed to Zurich, Switzerland by Air Mail, Excellent Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7,500-10,000

73. FDC, 1953,Postage StampCentena-

ry, Air Mail, Addressed to Canada, 1-10-

1954, Nagpur Cancellation, Excellent

Condition.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

74. 1964, FDC, Deinitive Stamps, 5NP x

2, Celebration St. Francis Xavier Expo-

sition,Congress Party Logo, OLD GOA,

24.11.64, Excellent Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

75. 1972, First Flight, 20p. UNESCO &

5p. Family Palning (over printed) Refugee

Relief is shifted to upper right side, Inau-

gural Flight, Boeing -737 Inaugural Flight,

Calcutta - Dacca, 5th January 1972, Capt.

S.K. Sen & Capt. S. Bhattacharya, Good

Condition.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

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76. 1948, Gandhi, 1½ annas Block of 4,

MNH, White GUM.

Estimate : ` 2000 - 2500

77. 1948, Gandhi, Service, 1½ annas, Block of 4 with Bottom Margin, MNH, Top pair

miner folding, SG#050a, Very Good Condition.

Estimate : ` 11,000 - 14,000

78. Gandhi, 1948 Gandhi 10 Rs. Mounted Mint in fresh condition, white gum,

ine to very ine.

Estimate : ` 11,500 - 15,000

79. Gandhi, 1948, 10 Rs. Used in

fresh condition, very lightly cancelled, ine

to very ine.

Estimate : ` 4750 - 6000

81. 1948, FDC, 1V., 1 1/2a, Oicially Is-

sued First Day Cover Indian Independence

1st Anniversary, Delhi, Jaihind Cancella-

tion, 15 August 1948, Very Good Condi-

tion, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

80. 1948, FDC(Private Issue), 2V., 1 1/2a, 3 1/2as, Bombay to USA, Cancellation 1948

AUG15, Rare as Gandhi Portrait on Map of INDIA, Pakistan and Bangladesh, Slogan Apostle

of Peace, Love Non-Violence, Excellent Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000 - 20,000

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Autographs

82. 1948, FDC, 3+1V., 1 1/2a, 3 1/2as, 12as & 1a KGVI, Air

Mail, Mussoorie to USA, Cancellction 1948 AUG15, Rare as Com-

binations Gandhi & KGVI Stamps & Excellent Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000 - 25,000

83. 1948, 3V., 1 1/2a, 3 1/2as, 12as, Registred Cover, Gandhi

Nagar Cancellation, 1948 Dec 15 Jaipur, Slogan Cancellation

of “Free India Stands for world Peace” Typed “Cancel for Phi-

lately”, Tiranga Flag with Ashok Chakra Emblem,Very Good Con-

dition, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000 - 30,000

84. 1948, FDC, 4V., 1 1/2a, 3 1/2as, 12as & 10Rupees, Oicially Issued First Day Cover Indian Independence 1st Anniversary, Delhi,

Jaihind Cancellation, 15 August 1948, Very Good Condition, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 60,000 - 70,000

85. 1948, 4V., 1 1/2a, 3 1/2as, 12as & 10 Rupees, Special Folder, 15 AUGUST 1948 Alla-

habad Cancellation Post Mark, Very Good Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000 - 15,000

86. Greeting Cards, 1948, 2Diferent

Greetings Cards, 15th Aug 1947, Greeting

of Independence in Hindi & English, Ex-

cellent Condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7500

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87. UK, Gandhi Centenary Year 1969

Stamp with Autograph of an Indian graph-

ic designer and illustrator Biman Mul-

lick(The designer of the Gandhi Cente-

nary Year 1969 Stamp) on First Day Cover

Issued on 13 Aug 1969.

Estimate : ` 5000-7500

88. Chaudhary Charan Singh was the

5th Prime Minister of the Republic of India,

serving from 28 July 1979 until 14 January

1980.The Chaudhary Charan Singh Ar-

chives is the authoritative and open source

of information on his life and times.

Estimate : ` 3000 - 4000

90. Autograph of Dada J P Vaswani The

Great Spiritual Leader.

Dada Vaswani, born Jashan Pahlajrai Vas-

wani, is a spiritual leader and head of the

Sadhu Vaswani Mission. He was born on

August 2, 1918, at Hyderabad, Sindh, in a

Sindhi family. He passed the Bachelor of

Science examination at the age of 17 years.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

Quote & Autograph On Reverse

91. Autograph of Nandan Nilekani The

Founder of Aadhar Card.

Nandan Nilekani is an Indian entrepre-

neur, bureaucrat and politician. He was the

Chairman of the Unique Identiication Au-

thority of India. After a successful career

at Infosys, he headed the Government of

India’s technology committee.

Estimate : ` 4000 - 6000

89. Autograph of Homi Bhabha,commercially written letter from UK to India

on 22nd Febrauary 1936, dispatched from Cambridge, with erotica art,about very good.

Estimate : ` 15,000 - 20,000

92. Autograph of President Neelam San-

jiva Reddy.

Neelam Sanjiva Reddy was the 6th Pres-

ident of India, serving from 1977 to 1982.

Beginning a long political career with the

Indian National Congress party in the Indian

independence movement, he went on to hold

several key oices in independent India—as

the irst Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh,

a two-time Speaker of the Lok Sabhaand

a Union Minister—before becoming the

youngest-ever Indian president

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

93. Rare Autographs of the Australian Touring Cricket Team ‘69/70.

It is having the autograph of I. Chappell, A Connolly, E. Freeman, J. Gleeson, J. Irvine, R. Jordon,

G. Mckenzie, A. Mallett, L. Mane, I. Redpath, P. Sheahan, K. Stackpole, B. Taber, D. Walters.

Estimate : ` 35,000 - 40,000

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94. Autograph of Paulo Choelho, Great Novelist.

95. Gerhard Ertl (Born 10 October 1936) is a German phys-

icist and a Professor emeritus at the Department of Physical

Chemistry, Fritz-Haber-Institut der Max-Planck-Gesellschaft in

Berlin, Germany. Ertl’s research laid the foundation of modern sur-

face chemistry, which has helped explain how fuel cells produce

energy without pollution, how catalytic converters clean up car ex-

hausts and even why iron rusts, the Royal Swedish Academy of

Sciences said

Estimate : ` 1500 - 2000

Paulo Coelho de Souza (Born August 24, 1947) is a Brazilian lyricist

and novelist. He is the recipient of numerous international awards,

amongst them the Crystal Award by the World Economic Forum.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

96. Autograph of GeorgeEden (1st Earl of Auckland) - Autograph Letter Signed 1821.

George Eden, 1st Earl of Auckland, GCB, PC was an English Whig politician and colonial administrator. He was thrice First Lord of the Ad-

miralty and also served as Governor-General of India between 1836 and 1842.

Estimate : ` 5000-8000

Signature with date

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Coins of Ancient India

Punch-Marked Coin

97

97. Magadha Janapada, Silver Karshapana, Obv:center sun punch mark sur-

rounding three punches, Rev:punch mark of a lying bird about to land,2.5g,

21.33x21.13mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

98. Magadha Janapada (493-461 BC), Ajatasatru,Silver Karshapana,Obv:eight

symbols including sun, six-armed symbol, elephant, wheel, lowers & other bankers

marks, Rev: four diferent punches, 3.40g, 23.63 x 21.91mm,(Raj. Series -12# P.43,

No.112), about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

98

99. Maghada Janapada, Bimbisara (545-493 BC), Silver Karshapana, Broad

Flan, Obv: seven punches including six armed symbol, elephant,bull, hare, sun, chakra/

wheel & other symbols, Rev: traces of symbols, 3.33g, 25.05x22.84mm, (Rajgors Se-

ries-12 # P. 46, No. 170),about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

99

100. Maghada Janapada, Silver 25 Mashaka, Obv: in center six armed symbol sur-

rounded by punches leaf, sun & other symbols, Rev: uniface, 5.25g, 26.41mm, about

very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000 - 12,000

100

101. Gandhara Janapada (600-500 BC), Silver Bentbar (Shatamana),

(Shalaka Type ?), Obv: six petaled lower at each end of the bar, Rev: uni-

face,11.15g, 8.30x41.48mm, (Rajgors Series-35# P. 102, No. 553), about very ine,

Extremely Rare.

These Shatamanas were probably issued under the reign of Pukkusati who was the con-

temporary King under Buddha from the Gandhara-Kashmir reign and after hearing from

the friend King Bambisara about Buddha he immediately adopted the Dharma and path

of Buddha and traveled to Savathi to see Buddha. The capital was believed to beTaxi-

la under the reign.

Estimate : ` 12,500 - 15,000

101

102. Avanti Janapada, (5th BC), Silver Karshapana, Four symbol series with ABBC

type, Obv: around 12 punches, wheel, elephant to right, a pair of lotus symbol and a

crescent with a solid dot inside,Rev: diety, sun/crescent moon, armed wheel, elephant

and other symbol, (Not listed by Rajgor), 3.28g, 23.38mm,about very ine+, Extremely

Rare. Capital probably was Shuktimati on the bank in modern Jabalpur region.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

102

103. Vidarbha Janapada, Silver Karshapana, ABCC Type, Obv:sun, elephant &

other symbols,Rev: traces of symbols punching, 2.04g, 18.30mm,about very ine, Rare.

Very attractive specimen!

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

103

104. Vangha Janapada (600 BC), Copper Karshapana, Obv: three symbols in-

cluding a wheel, a six-armed symbol and a boat representing riverine trade in ben-

gal, Rev: conch shell (shank) single punch, 2.81g, 14.47mm, (Raj. Series-4 # P.30, No.

30), about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

104

105. Kosala Janapada, Silver Vimshatika, Obv: several counter marks, sun, taurine,

grain & other geomatric symbols, Rev: english ‘S’ type geomatric symbols, 2.97g, 26.01 

x 18.0mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

105

106. Kosala Janapada, (Prasenajita from Haryanka Dynasty?), Silver Karshapa-

na, Obv: trishkele & other three symbols, Rev: two punch marks,3.0g, 21.02mm, (Ra-

jgors Series-64 # P. 156, No. 973), about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

106

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107. Kosala Janapada, Silver Karshapana, (Fifth from Prasenajita & the last inde-

pendent ruler of the dynasty then the janapada was annexed to maghada empire by

Ajatasatru ?), Obv: twice six armed symbol & two ish symbols, Rev: uniface, 3.0g,

20.67mm, about very ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

107

108. Kosala  Janapada,  Silver  Karshapana,  Sudraka?,  Double  Obverse 

Type, Obv: taurine symbol surrounded by dotted design, triskele & other sym-

bols, Rev: geomatric symbols, 2.83g, 18.74mm, about very ine,Extremely Rare.

Sudraka was enthroned after his father Prasenajita.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

108

109. Kosala  Janapada,  (Prasenajita  form  Haryanka  Dynasty  ?),    Silver  Kar-

shapana, Obv: trishkele & other three symbols, Rev: two punch marks, 2.98g,

23.36x16.95mm, (Rajgor Series-64 # P. 156, No. 973), about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

109

110. Punch Marked Coin, Early Kosala Janapada, Silver Karshapana, Broad Flan

Punch Marked coin, Obv: four symbols type with the ABCD pattern of symbols, cir-

cle with whorled projections, squirrel-like elongated animal forms, a lotus & another

one symbol looks like shivalinga,Rev:dotted lower central punch with other sym-

bols, 3.26g, 32.72mm, about very ine+,Very Rare.

Broad lan and unpublished in the major reference catalgos.

110

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

Panchala Dynasty

111. Agni Mitra, Copper Double Karshapana, Obv:brahmi legend agimitasa in

deep incuse, above the legend two horizontally placed symbols like modiications of

the third panchala symbol, Rev: arch with three dots above on left and railed tree on

right,13.08g, 24.15mm, (W. Pieper # P.No. 352, Coin no. 1019), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

111

112

112. Rudramitra, Copper 1/4 Karshapana, Obv: trident in center,Rev:ruler name

in brahmi with three symbols of panchala dynasty, 2.20g, 15mm, about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

113. Dhruvamitra, Copper 1/2 Karshapana, Obv:lag in center to left, Rev: ruler

name with three symbols of panchala dynasty, 3.85g, 19mm, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

113

Kausambi Region

114. Kausambi Region, Cast Copper Karshapana, Obv: elephant to left with brahmi

legend “kosabiya”,Rev:tree railing, ujjaini symbol, six arched hill and other symbol-

s,7.10g, 26.18mm, Unlisted, about ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 18,000 - 22,000

114

City State of Eran

115. City State of Eran, Copper Unit, Obv: indra-dhvaja in centre with 6 compart-

ment, taurine in open enclosure & elephant to left, six armed wheel and ishes lowing

in the river,Rev:blank,6.23g, 23.65 x 22.51mm, (W. Pieper # P.g no 234, Coin no.

465), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

115

116. City State of Eran, Copper Unit, Obv: railed tree in centre, horse running to gith

& ujjain symbol on right, railed indra-dhvaja on top & two river with ishes lowing in

it at bottom and left, Rev: blank, 10.07g, 24.71 x 23.34mm, (W.Pieper # P.no 234, Coin

no 467), about extremely ine, Rare.One of the inest specimen from the series with

exceptional complete details.

Estimate : ` 11,000 - 13,000

116

117. Madhyamika, City State, Copper Unit, Obv:bold brahmi legend“ma da vi

ke” with svastika,Rev: tree railing, tiscali,‘madhyamika’ was ancient capital of the

sibijanapada, 7.23g, 19.33mm, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

117

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118. Maurya-Sunga, Copper Karshapana, Obv: tree in railing, railing has 6 compart-

ments,Rev: hollow cross,1.92g, 12.45mm, (W. Pieper # p.no 182,Coin no 215), about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000 - 2500

118

Mauryan Dynasty

119. Mauryan Dynasty, Vidarbha Region (3rd – 2nd BC), Copper Karshapana, a bold

square copper coin cast by the ministers of Ashoka in Vidarbha area of Pavani and Bhan-

dara, Obv: hollow cross & three arched symbol, within round and square,Rev: symbol

within round and square, 7.30g, 23.43mm, 20.24mm, about extremely ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3500 - 5000

119

Vidarbha Region

120. Vidarbha Region, Damabhadra, Copper Unit,Obv: bull to right with leg-

end ‘damabhadasa’ in brahmi, ujjaini symbol , ish, rabbit and other symbols in

ield, Rev:blank, 4.13g, 15.00 x 13.5mm, (A. M. Shastri Nidhi I), about extremely

ine, Rare. Exceptional details on this coin.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

120

Bhadra & Mitra Dynasty

121

121. Bhadra & Mitra Dynasty, Kingdom of Vidarbha (100 BC), Damabhadra, Cop-

per Square Unit,Obv: brahmi legend ‘damabhadasa’, four dots, tree railing, ish

and rabbit above the legend, Rev:uniface,3.63g, 15.46 x 15.50mm,about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

122

122. Sarabhapuriyas of Chattisgarh,SriPrasannamitra (525-550 AD), Gold Unit

(Prasannamatra), Obv:igure of garuda with his wings spread and a conch and chakra

on his either side, sun & moon on top, kalash below, Rev: blank,1.30g, 16.47mm, (W.

Pieper # 904, MACW # P. 599), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 16,000 - 20,000

123. Satavahanas, Paunar Region, Satkarni I (100 BC), Potin Unit,Obv: elephant

walking right with upraised trunk, indradhvaja behind ujjaini symbol with a dot on each

arms top, Rev: tree in railing, indradhvaja, taurine and ishes lowing in the river, 3.46g,

18.72mm, about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

123

Satavahana Dynasty

124

124. Satavahana Dynasty, Paunar Region, Satkarni I (100 BC), Potin Unit, Counter

Struck Type, Obv:elephant walking right (of lan), triangular headed & bold nandipad

above, top svastika and brahmi legend, Rev: tree railing, ujjaini symbol, elephant top

right,4.10g,18.25mm,about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

125. Satavahana Dynasty, Junnar region, Satakarni I (100 AD), Potin Unit,

Obv: seated lioness facing left with upraised tail, with brahmi legend ‘satakarni-

sa’ above, Rev: ujjain symbol with swastika on each orb, 11.82g, 24.00mm,about

ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

125

126. Satavahana Dynasty, Vasithiputra Siva Sri Pulumavi, Wai-Karhad Region,

Lead Unit, Obv: elephant standing with upraised trunk to right, with brahmi legend

above,Rev: ujjain symbol, 9.32g, 29.0mm, about very ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

Ujjain Region

126

127. Ujjain Region, Copper Unit, Obv:mahakal standing facing right with staf &

Kamandalu, Bull right, Tree railing behind,ujjaini symbol, svastika on bull, Rev:ujjain

symbol with svastika in arbs, 4.83g, 16.65mm,(Ujjaini Coins by D. Rajgor, RB #

43), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

127

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128. Ujjain Region, Copper Unit, Obv: tribal human igure standing facing, dou-

ble compartment railing right, trail path bottom, Rev:ujjain symbol with double

strike, 3.69g, 17.06 x 15.88mm, choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

128

129. Ujjain Region, Copper Unit, Obv: bull to right with indradhvaja between two

taurines above, railed tree on right, Rev: ujjain symbol, 3.09g, 13.86 x 13.62mm, (W.

Pieper # P.g no 208, Coin no 340), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

129

130. Ujjaini Region, Copper Unit, Obv: tree railing, horse, ujjaini symbol and ishes

lowing in the river, Rev:ujjaini symbol within a double line box with ishes in be-

tween, 3.28g, 15.5 x 14.5mm,about very ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

130

131. Ujjain Region, Copper 1/2 Karshapana, Obv: bull to right, with indradhava-

ja between two taurines above, tree railing to right,Rev: ujjain symbol,5.03g, 15.28 x

15.00mm, (W. Pieper # P.g no 208, Coin no. 340), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

131

132. Ujjain Region, Copper Karshapana, Obv: tree railing, standing siva on right,

bull on left, ishes lowing in the river below, on right & two taurines on left, Rev: dou-

ble-orbed ujjain symbol with four extra arms arising from the centre, each ending with a

taurine, 7.45g, 21.05 x 20.04mm, (W. Pieper # Pg.no 204, coin no 322), about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

132

Western Kshatrapas

133. Western Kshatrapas, Kardamaka Family, Probably Rudrasen I, Cop-

per Square Unit, Anonymous Facing Bull Type, Obv: bull standing facing within dot-

ted frame, Rev: three arched hill, two crescents and sun above, wavy line below, all

within dotted frame, 2.92g, 12.44 x 12.25mm, (Western Ksatrapas, A. Jha & D. Rajgor,

Coin No. 940), about very ine, Very Rare.

133

This type is very intereseting where bull is seen coming front with front facing, Pieper

lists this under Bhadramukhas in his new book on page no 314 and coin no 834.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

134

Bactrian and Indo-Scythian Kingdoms

134.Indo-Scythian Kingdoms, Azes II, Copper Tetradrachma (Hexachal-

kon), Obv: humped bull standing right, monogram in box above kharosthi legend ‘Ma-

harajasa/Rajarajasa/ mahatasa Ayasa’, Rev: lion standing to right with kharoshthi

legend, monogram above, 11.47g, 24.79mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

135

135. Indo-Scythians, Azes - II, Silver Tetra Drachma, Obv:king mounted on horse

right, holding whip,Rev:zeus standing left, holding nike aloft in outstretched right

hand, holding sceptre in left, nike in turn holding out a diadem, 9.4g, 23.90mm, (Mitch

# Type 853), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

136

Indo-Greek

136. Indo-Greek, Apollodotus II, Copper Square Unit,Obv:humped bull to standing

right in dotted border.Rev: tripod in reed border, 1.08g, 12.32 x 12.30mm, (Mitch #

Type 205), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

137

Ancient Greek

137. Ancient Greek, Kingdom of Macedon, Philip II (359-336 BC), Gold Stater,

Obv: laureate head of apollo right,Rev: IIOY in exergue, charioteer driving biga right,

cantharus below horses, 8.51g, 17.76mm, (Friedberg # 96), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000 - 1,75,000

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Ancient Roman

138. Ancient Roman, Septimius Severus, Gold Aureus, (210 AD), Obv:laureate

head left with readings SEVERVS PIVS AVG, Rev: victory, holding reins and whip,

driving biga right, VICTORIAE, AVGG in exergue,7.24g, 19.71mm, about very ine

with two holes , Rare.

Estimate : ` 60,000 - 70,000

138

139. Ancient Roman, Nero Caesar, Gold Aureus, Obv:bare head right

NERO CAESAR AVG IMP, Rev: PONTIF MAX TRP IIII COS around EXSC in

wreath, 7.45g, 19.50mm, about ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 60,000 - 70,000

140. Ancient Roman, Tiberius, Gold Aureus, Obv: with a beautiful portrait of Tiberi-

us, shown facing right and the legend around, Rev: with Augustus’ wife, Empress Livia

in the guise of the goddess of peace, Pax, she is shown seated right on chair with ornate

legs, she rests her right hand on a tall sceptre and holds out an olive branch with her left

and legend around,7.65g, 19.41mm, about very ine with testing mark, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 60,000 - 70,000

Kushan Dynasty

141. Kushan Dynasty, Store Megas, Copper Tetra Drachma, Bold &

Crude Stike, Obv: radiate diademed bust of king to right holding arrow decorat-

ed with ribbons in raised right hand, three-pronged tamgha on left dotted border

around, Rev:king in Iranian cap with long diadem-ties riding on horse to right hold-

ing axe-like weapon in raised right hand, three-pronged tamgha on right, greek legend

around, 8.30g, 26.91mm, (W. Pieper # P. No. 388, Coin No. 1181),about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

139

142. Kushan Dynasty, Vasudeva I (190-230 AD), Gold Dinar, OESHO Type,

Obv:crowned, diademed king standing facing, nimbate, holding trident and sacriicing

at altar at left, second trident above ire altar, bactrian legend around þAONONOþAO

BA .. ZΔOηO KOþONO (King of Kings Bazodeo Kushan), nandipada in right ield and

retrograded SWASTIKA symbol between the legs, Rev:crowned lord shiva standing

facing, a crescent moon has shiva’s forehead, holding trident and wreath, the bull nandi

standing behind facing the left side with bactrian legend at left OηþO (OESHO) and

variant stylized tamgha at left, dotted borders, 7.65g,  23.68mm,  about extremely

ine+, Superb quality with complete details on either sides, Very Rare.

A Crescent moon has seen on the decorated shiva’s forehead, interesting specimen!

Estimate : ` 75,000 - 1,00,000

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143. Kushan Dynasty, Vasudeva I (190-230 AD), Gold Dinar, OESHO Type,

Obv:crowned, diademed king standing facing left, nimbate, holding trident to right &

garlanded trident above ire altar at right, bactrian legend around þAONONOþAO BA

.. ZΔOηO KOþONO (King of Kings Bazodeo Kushan), nandipada double struck in right

ield and retrograded SWASTIKA symbol between the legs, Rev:crowned lord shiva

standing facing, holding trident and wreath, the bull (Nandi) standing behind facing the

left side having three dots near neck, bactrian legend at right OηþO (OESHO) and vari-

ant stylized tamgha to upper left, dotted borders, 7.69g, 21.63mm, (Gobl # 657), about

extremely ine, complete die impression on both sides, Scarce.

Triangular dotted motifs are seen under the neck of the bull.

Estimate : ` 55,000 - 65,000

143

144. Kushan Dynasty, Vasudeva I (190-230 AD), Gold Dinar, OESHO Type, Large

lan,  Obv:crowned, diademed king standing facing, nimbate, holding trident and

sacriicing at altar at left, second trident above ire altar, bactrian legend around þA-

ONONOþAO BA .. ZΔOηO KOþONO (King of Kings Bazodeo Kushan), nandipada in

right ieldand retrograded SWASTIKA symbol between the legs, Rev:lord siva stand-

ing facing, holding trident and wreath, the bull nandi standing behind facing the right

side with Bactrian legend at left (OESHO) and tamgha at left dotted borders, 8.13g,

24.49mm, about extremely ine, complete details on both sides, Rare.

Diferent stylized trishul at right near ire altar than usual type.

Estimate : ` 70,000-90,000

144

145. Kushan Dynasty, Kanishka II (230-240 AD), Gold Dinar, Obv:crowned, dia-

demed king standing facing left, holding standard in right hand & sacriicing at altar at left,

garlanded trident above altar, bactrian legend around þAONANOþAOKA ... N ...ηþKO

KOþANO, brahmi single letter vi at right, Rev: goddess of plenty ardochsho enthorned fac-

ing, holding diadem and cornucopia, bactrian legend right APΔOXþO, tamgha in upper left

ield, 7.67g, 23.82mm, (Gobl # 545/2), about extremely ine,Rare.

Here Kanishka II reintroduces the goddess Ardochsho, who was frequently seen on coins

of Kanishka and Huvishka, but never on those of Vasudeva. Although this specimen is

damaged around the face of the king, but the legends are much clear and the detail of the

throned goddess is compeltely visible and full throne/chair has come on the lan.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

146. Kushan Dynasty, Vasishkha (140-160 AD), Gold Dinar, Large Flan,

Obv:crowned, diademed king standing facing left, holding trident in right hand &

sacriicing at altar at left, garlanded trident above altar, bactrian legend around: þA-

ONANOþAO B ... A ZηþKO KOþANO Δ at right, brahmi Tha between legs, kharo-

shthi Pa at left, Rev: goddess of plenty ardochsho enthorned facing, holding diadem

and cornucopia, bactrian legend right APΔOXþO, brahmi Tha at top right,tamgha in

upper left ield, 7.81g, 23.43mm, (variant of Gobl # 557), about extremely ine, Rare.

145

Complete details of the goddess and throne seen on this specimen.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

147. Kushano-Sasanian, Varahran (Bahram) I Kushanshah, Gold Dinar, Full

Flan, Obv:king standing left, wearing crown with lotus globe; lames at shoulders, hold-

ing trident and sacriicing at altar with swastika between his legs.Rev:siva (resembling

the king) standing facing, holding trident, the bull nandi behind,7.91g, 32.38mm,about

extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,10,000-1,30,000

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Western Kshatrapas

148. Kshaharata Family, Nahapana (53 - 78 AD), Silver Drachma,Obv: bust of king

facing right, correct Greek legend around, Rev: arrow pointed towards left and thun-

derbolt to right, king’s name in brahmi and kharoshti,1.80g, 14.91 mm, (A.M. Fishman

3), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

148

149. Abhiras, Ishvardatta, Silver Drachma,Year 1, Obv:bust of king facing right with

Greek legend around, Rev: three arched hill with crescent in center, moon to left and

sun to right, Brahmi legend in “Prakrit Rajno Mahakshatrapasa Ishwardattasa Varshe

Prathame”, 1.48g, 15.02 mm, (A.M. Fishman 24), about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

149

150. Kardamaka Family, Rudrasena I, Son of Rudrasimha I, Silver Drachma, SE

120, Obv: bust of king facing right, date behind, corrupt greek legend around,Rev: three

arched hill with cresent in centre, moon to left and sun to right, brahmi legend in, 2.14g,

17.00mm,about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

150

151. Kardamaka Family, Rudrasena I, Silver Drachma (3), Obv:bust of king facing

right, date behind, corrupt Greek legend around,Rev:three arched hill with crescent

in center, moon to left and sun to right, brahmi 2.35g each approx & 16.00mm each ap-

prox, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

151

152. Kardamaka Family, Damasena, Son of Rudrasimha I as Kshatrapa, Sil-

ver Drachma,Obv: bust of king facing right, date behind, corrupt greek legend

around, Rev: three arched hill with crescent in centre, moon to left and sun to right,

brahmi legend in prakrit “rajno mahakshatrapasa rudrasihasaputrasa Rajno Ksha-

trapasa Damnasa”, 1.93g, 15.00mm, (A. M. Fishman 18.4U), about very ine+, Very

Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

152

153. Kardamaka Family,Damajadashri II (AD 232-234), son of Rudrasena I, Silver

Drachma, SE 154, Obv:bust of king facing right, date behind, corrupt Greek legend

around, Rev:three arched hill with crescent in center, moon to left and sun to right,

Brahmi legend in Prakrit Rajno Mahakshatrapasa Rudrasenaputrasa Rajnah Kshatra-

pasa Damajadashriyah”,2.26g, 15.23 mm, (A.M. Fishman 20), about very ine +, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-7000

153

154. Kardamaka Family,Damajadashri II, son of Rudrasena I, SilverDrach-

ma, SE 154, Obv: bust of king facing right, date behind, corrupt Greek legend

around, Rev.: three arched hill with crescent in center, moon to left and sun to right,

Brahmi legend in Prakrit Rajno Mahakshatrapasa Rudrasenaputrasa Rajno Mahaksha-

trapasa Damajadasri, 2.14g, 15.60mm, aboutextremely ine, Rare

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

154

155. Kardamaka Family, Viradaman (AD 234-238), son of Damsena, Silver Drach-

ma, Obv: bust of king facing right, date behind (not visable), corrupt Greek legend

around,Rev:three arched hill with crescent in center, moon to left and sun to right,

Brahmi legend in “Prakrit Rajno Mahakshatrapasa Damasenasaputrasa Rajnah Ksha-

trapasa Viradamnah”,reverse is double struck which is rare,2.21g, 14.15 mm, (A.M.

Fishman 21.1), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

155

156. Kardamaka Family, Vijayasena, son of Damsena, as Mahakshatrapa, SE xx, Sil-

ver Drachma (2), Obv: bust of king facing right, date behind, corrupt Greek legend

around,Rev:three arched hill with crescent in center, double moon to left and sun

to right, brahmi legend in Prakrit “Rajno MahakshatrapasaDamasenasaputrasa Ra-

jnah Kshatrapasa Vijayasenasa”, 1.84g, 1.89g & 14.00mm, 13.5mm, (A. M. Fish-

man 23.3U2-3), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8500-10,000

156

157. Kardamaka Family, Rudrasimha II, son of Svami Jivadaman, Silver Drach-

ma,Obv: bust of king facing right, date behind, corrupt Greek legend around,Rev: three

arched hill with crescent in center, moon to left and sun to right, Brahmi legend in Prakrit

Svami Jivadamapitrasa Rajnah Kshatrapasa Rudrasihasa,2.13g, 13.75 mm, (A.M.

Fishman 31), about extremely ine,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

157

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Gupta Dynasty

The Gupta Dynasty was one of the greatest Empires of Ancient India, it stretched across northern, central and parts of southern India

between 320 and 550 CE. The period is noted for its achievements in the arts, architecture, sciences, religion, and philosophy.

In this auction sale we are ofering some of the rarest and unlisted varieties, few of them probably ofered for the irst time in any auction.

158

158. Samudragupta (335-370 AD), Gold Dinar, Complete Dies, King and Queen Type (Licchavyah), Slender Style (Early Issue?), issued in

the memory of his parents Chandragupta I and Kumaradevi, Obv: king standing at right and queen at left facing each other with the crescent be-

tween both of them, king is seen gifting /feeding the queen or to be more appropriate ofering the sindoordani to the queen with his right hand, left

hand at the back holding a stick, brahmi legends at left “sri kumaradevi” and “chandra” in the right ield, Rev: goddess ambika seated on

couched lion facing to left with no mat under the feet, holding cornucopia and pasha with brahmi legend “Lichhavyah” at right to commemorate

the marriage alliance of Chandragupta I with the Kumaradevi of the Lichhavi tribe, tamgha at left, 7.64g, 19.30mm, (Altekar, Bayana Hoard #

Pl. I-3 ), about extremely ine, Very Rare Type in the series.

Altekar attributes the famous King and Queen type to Chandra Gupta I and he does not categorise it further in any class or variety like he has done

in the other Gupta coins. So the major diferential feature of this coin is that the presence of crescent between the king and queen with the addition

of “Sri” in the queen’s name. The variety where lion on reverse faces left is much rarer than the one where it faces right.

This specimen is struck with the complete dies as the tail and feet of lion is fully visible. And queen is seen in the tribhanga standing posture on

the obverse where her both legs are on the specimen which usually get omitted in this series coins.

Estimate : ` 2,75,000 - 3,25,000

159

159. Samudragupta (335-370 AD), Gold Dinar, Sceptre Type (Standard), Obv: king nimbate, standing facing left, garuda standard and

sacriicing over ire altar left and holding the royal sceptre (rajadanda) in right hand, brahmi legend in left “samudra”, Rev:goddess lakshmi

seated on throne holding diadem and cornucopia with tamgha to left with legend “parakramah” in the right ield, 7.55g, 19.0mm,about very

ine+, Scarce.

This combination of tamgha at reverse and obverse with two brahmi letters under the arm is unlisted by Altekar in the Bayana Hoard.

Estimate : ` 55,000 -60, 000

160

160. Samudragupta (335-370 AD), Gold Dinar, Sceptre Type (Standard), Obv: king nimbate, standing facing left, garuda standard and sacri-

icing over altar and holding the

royal sceptre (rājadanda) in right hand, brahmi legend in left “samudra”, Rev:goddess lakshmi seated on throne holding diadem and cornuco-

pia with tamgha to left with legend “parakramah” in the right ield, 7.54g, 20.34mm,about very ine+, Scarce.

Obverse is seen with the complete details, the minutest ear rings, neclace are clearly visible and king is seen wearing stylistic boots with reverse

doulbe struck.

Estimate : ` 60,000 - 70,000

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The famous Horse Sacriice type 

Ashwamedha Parakramah and Haymedha Parakramah

of Chakravati Raja Samudragupta

Ashwamedha or Haymedha was one of the grandest of the Vedic religious rites of ancient India, performed

by a king to celebrate or to be more precise is to prove their imperial sovereignty. The ceremony is described

in detail in various Vedic writings, particularly the Shatapath Brahmana. A special ine stallion was selected

and was allowed to roam freely for a year under the protection of a royal guard. If the horse entered a foreign

country, its ruler had either to ight or to submit. If the horse was not captured during the year, it was victo-

riously brought back to the capital accompanied by the rulers of the lands it entered, and then sacriiced at

a great public ceremony, which was accompanied by much feasting and celebration. The wandering horse

was said to symbolize the Sun in its journey over the world and, consequently, the power of the king over

the whole Earth. On successfully carrying out a horse sacriice, the king could assume the title of chakra-

varti (universal monarch). The rite served not only to glorify the king but also to ensure the prosperity and

fertility of the entire kingdom.

Ashwamedha Parakramah Type

161

161. Samudragupta (335-370 AD), Gold Dinar, ‘Ashwamedha’ type,Obv:sacriicial horse standing left, low platform before a Yupa (sac-

riicial post), slightly bent in the centre, yupa has an ornamental pedestral in two steps, adorned with banners and ribbons, in its front, brahmi

legend ‘Rajadhiraja Prthivimavi....va jayatyahri’ (King of Kings, who conquered the earth, Restorer of Ashwamedh), around, brahmi letter ‘Si’

(Siddam) on top of a pedestal placed on the platform under the horse belly,Rev: chief queen in the guise of a goddess, standing left pedestal

carrying a ly-whisk in her lexed hand, placed on her shoulder and holding towel in left hand, brahmi legend ‘Ashwamedha Parakramah’ in the

right ield and ritual needle or Soochi in the left,8.0g, 21.83mm, Unlisted type in Altekar and BMC (the variant of BMC Pl. V-10 & Altekar

Pl. III-7) , well centre struck, choice extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Very interesting specimen than of all the other types from the series, the throat, neck, shoulder and chest of the horse is broader than of normal

specimens. Coin has the stylised version of the horse where the front of the body is much broader and the back of the horse is seen more inclined.

The yupa is also stylized from the bottom with ribbons on the middle part of it, the extended part from the top of yupa is in the standard form

without the dotted motifs or loral designs. The placement of the letter ‘Si’ over a pedestal is a rare variation for the type.

Estimate : ` 4,50,000 - 6,50,000

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Haymedha Parakramah Type

Ra Ja Dhi Ra j Pri ha Vi Ma Vi Ji Tya

Ha Y Me dha Pa Ra Kra Ma H

162. Samudragupta (335-370 AD), Gold Dinar, ‘Haymedha’ type,Obv:sacriicial horse standing left, low platform before a Yupa (Sacriicial

post), slightly bent in the centre, yupa has an ornamental pedestal of two steps, adorned with banners and ribbon at bottom, two crescents at the

rump seen just above the horse, brahmi legend ‘Rajadhirajah Prthvivijitya (divamjayatyarhitah vajimedah)....above the horse’, brahmi letter

‘Si’ (Siddam) under the horse belly,Rev: chief queen in the guise of a goddess standing left on a circular mat pedestal carrying a ly-whisk in

her lexed hand which is placed on her shoulder and holding towel in the left hand, she wears a crest ornament on the forehead. Brahmi leg-

end ‘Haymedha Parakramah’ in the right ield and ritual needle or sacriicial Suchi (a spear like pointed object) before the queen adorned with

a illet, 7.60g, 20.09mm, Unlisted, about very ine, Unique.

The major point to note is the usage of a diferent variant of the word Haya which in Sanskrit or Hindi is the synonym of Ashwa alias Ghotak,

Raviputra, Turang, Saindhav, Dadhika, Sarta etc.It could be noted from this specimen that at the time of issuing the Ashwamedha coins to com-

memorate and to celebrate the Vedic ritual, the orders were issued to celebrate this event in grandeur in the whole Gupta Kingdom and simultane-

ously the royal court would have selected some prominent and major coin mints to strike the Horse Sacriice coins. And one of them would have

minted this typical diferent type than the usual Ashwamedha types where they have used the Sanskrit word “HAYA” instead of “ASHWA” and

struck Haymedha Parakramah.

This specimen is as similar as the Battle-Axe type where the word “Kr” was used instead of “Samudra” in obverse. And similarly of Tiger-Slayer

type where the word “Vyaghra-Nihanta” is used instead of “Raja Samudragupta” on the reverse.

Highly signiicant coin from the Gupta Dynasty as “Haya” is readable instead of “Ashwa” on this. Only 2-3 specimens are known including this

one. Unlisted in all the major reference catalogs of Gupta coins including the Altekar – Bayana Hoard, BMC. First time ofered in any auction.

Estimate : ` 20,00,000 - 40,00,000

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163. Samudragupta (335-370 AD), Gold Dinar, Battle Axe Type, Obv: king standing to left, wearing a close-itted cap, tailed coat and trou-

sers & there is a sword hanging on his left side, the king holds a Battle Axe (Parashu) in left hand, right hand resting on waist, dwarf attendant

(Vamana) at left, facing right and holding crescent-topped standard, brahmi legend below the left hand of the king “samudra” and partly visible

circular legend reads ‘kritantaparshurjayatyajita rajjetajitah’,Rev: goddess lakshmi enthroned facing, throne has no back, feets of goddess are

resting on lotus, holding diadem in her right hand and cornucopia in left, tamgha to left, complete brahmi legends “kritantaparashuh” which

means battle axe,7.32g, 18.92mm, (variant of Altekar, Bayana Hoard # Pl. V-8), about very ine+, Extremely Rare.

The brahmi legends are complete at the reverse within in the specimen.

Estimate : ` 2,50,000 - 3,00,000

164

164. Samudragupta (335-370 AD), Gold Dinar, Lyrist type, Obv:king seated upright facing left on a high-backed throne, wearing pearled

cap, playing a veena (lute) that rests on his knees, and on footstool character ’Si’ for siddham (luck) below couch of lan, circular brahmi leg-

end “Maharajadhiraja Shri...guptah” in the exergue, Rev:goddess lakshmi nimbate seated left on a wicker stool holding a diadem illet in her

right hand and a cornucopia in the left, the feets are resting on the lotus, brahmi legend “Samudraguptah” in right margin, 7.38g, 21.08mm, (un-

lsited), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

This specimen is of very high artistic designs with deep details and probably unlisted in all the major publications including Altekar, this variety

does not show tamgha in front of the goddess and the feets of goddess are seen in the resting position on the lotus. The legs of the couch are totally

diferent than the listed type in the ref. catalogs and are very artistic. Amazing specimen overall!

Estimate : ` 5,00,000 - 6,00,000

165

165. Samudragupta (335-370 AD), Gold Dinar, Kacha Type, Obv: king nimbate standing to left, holding a wheel-headed standard in his left

hand, brahmi legend “Kacho Gamavajatya Divam” “Karmabhiruttamair jayati” means having conquered the earth, kacha wins the heaven by

excellent deeds in the right ield and’Kacha’ written vertically below the king’s elbow, Rev: goddess lakshmi standing to left holding a cornucopia

with brahmi legend “Sarvarajochchhetta” (exterminator of all kings) in the right ield,7.71g, 20.05mm, (Altekar, Bayana # Pl. VII-1), about

very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,00,000 - 1,25,000

166

166. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king standing left holding bow in his

left hand & arrow in right hand, brahmi legend ‘Chandra’ below arm, garuda standard at left, king wearing a sash, Rev: god-

dess lakshmi seated facing on a lotus in padmasana, holding diadem in her right hand and lotus in left, tamgha to left

with brahmi legend ‘Sri Vikramah’,7.89g,  18.40mm,  (Altekar, Bayana Hoard # Pl. IX-12), about extremely ine, Scarce.

The legs of queen are seen bent on this specimen with the lotus lower variety in dotted motifs.

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

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167. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king standing left holding indian long bow in his left

hand & arrow in right hand, legend ‘Chandra’ below arm, garuda standard at left,king is seen wearing stylized dhoti, Rev: goddess laksh-

mi seated with both legs bent facing front on a lotus in padmasana, holding diadem in her right hand and lotus in left, tamgha to left with brahmi

legend ‘Sri Vikramah’,8.04g, 16.62mm, (Altekar, Bayana Hoard # Pl. XI-2), about very ine, Rare.

This specimen depicts the diferent variety of the king’s dhoti than all the other specimens listed in this auction, probably from a diferent mint

town of the Chandragupta II.

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

168

168. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king standing left holding bow in his left hand & arrow

in right hand, brahmi legend ‘Chandra’ below arm, garuda standard at left, Rev: goddess lakshmi seated facing on a lotus in padmasana, hold-

ing diadem in her right hand and blossom in left, brahmi legend ‘Sri Vikramah’,7.87g, 19.0mm, (Altekar, Bayana Hoard # Pl. XI-12), about

extremly ine, Rare.

The lotus held by goddess is unblossomed in the left hand going upwards, and the lotus is stylized.

Estimate : ` 55,000 - 65,000

169

169. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king standing left holding bow in his left hand & arrow

in right hand, brahmi legend ‘Chandra’ below arm, garuda standard at left, Rev: goddess lakshmi seated facing on a lotus in padmasana with

her left leg slightly bend to upwards, holding diadem in her right hand and beautiful bloomed lotus in left, tamgha to left with brahmi legend ‘Sri

Vikramah’,7.98g, 17.38mm, (variant of Altekar, Bayana Hoard # Pl. XI-14), about extremely ine, Rare.

King wearing dhoti which is tied high on the waist than the usual middle length tied dhoti of the other specimen, such variety is unlisted by

Altekar. Some legends at reverse are double struck.

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

170

170. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king standing left holding bow in his left hand & arrow

in right hand, brahmi legend ‘Chandra’ below arm, garuda standard at left, king wearing a sash, Rev: goddess lakshmi seated facing on a lotus

in padmasana, holding diadem in her right hand and lotus in left, tamgha to left with brahmi legend ‘Sri Vikramah’,8.0g, 18.30mm, (Altekar,

Bayana Hoard # Pl. XI-15), about extremely ine, Scarce.

The lotus lower is artistically stylized in dotted motifs.

Estimate : ` 45,000 - 55,000

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171. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king standing left holding bow in his left hand &

arrow in right hand, brahmi legend ‘Chandra’ below arm, faint traces of brahmi legend Davasramaharaja...chandragap.,Rev: goddess laksh-

mi seated facing on a lotus in padmasana, holding diadem in her right hand and blossom in left, tamgha to left with brahmi legend ‘Sri Vikra-

mah’,7.65g, 17.40mm, (Unlisted in Altekar, Bayana Hoard), about extremely ine, Very Rare.

This tamgha type at reverse is unlisted in the Altekar, the Queen is holding the unblossomed lotus in the left hand next to her face and the stem is

going from inside the hand. Unlisted in the major reference catalogs. Overall lovely specimen with bold strikes.

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

172

172. Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king standing left holding bow in his left hand & arrow in right hand, brahmi legend ‘Chandra’ below

arm, garuda standard at left, Rev: goddess lakshmi seated facing on a lotus in padmasana, holding diadem in her right hand and unblossomed

lotus in left hand going above, brahmi legend ‘Sri Vikramah’,7.79g, 15.36mm, (Unlisted in Altekar, Bayana Hoard), about extremely ine, Rare.

This specimen shows the diferent style of unblossomed lower which appears similar like Gada in the goddess’s left hand, very sharp and attrac-

tive feautres of the artistic hallow over the goddess. Stunning example of the type.

Estimate : ` 43,000 - 50,000

173

173. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Unusual Variety of Reverse Archer and Reverse

Face,Obv:king standing to right looking backwards to left with the body also turned one fourth to the left, wearing janghia and sash with the

upper half body and the head bare only, holding arrow in right hand and the left hand is seen holding the bow at center from inside the string, bow

is also reverse than of usual right, garuda standard Garuda dwhaja, Chandraoutside the bow-string, circular brahmi legend‘Devasrimahara-

jadhirajadhirajasri-Chandraguptah’, Rev: goddess lakshmi seated facing on a lotus in padmasana, holding noose in her right hand and lotus in

left whose stem is coming from inside the hand resting on the thigh, tamgha to left with brahmi legend ‘Sri Vikramah’,7.74g, 18.01mm, (Altekar,

Bayana Hoard # Pl. XIII-5), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Many coins are reported in Chandragupta II with the reverse face but this combination of reverse face and reverse archer is ofered for the irst

time. The interesting thing to note here is that the bow is held by king in reverse position and his hand is coming within the bow and resting at the

center of the bow. Usually what we see is the reverse looking king with his hand going up and holding the bow from the top but this specimen has

the hand coming to the down holding the bow from the center. The bow is seen resting on the shoulders of the king. And if the reverse is observed

than the lotus stem will be seen going from inside the lower part of hand to the top. This type of the king’s position makes this specimen amazing.

Lovely artistic features overall on this beautiful specimen.

BMC catalog does not list this in their collection, very interesting specimen missing from various collections.

Estimate : ` 4,50,000 - 6,50,000

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174. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar,Horseman Type, Obv:king riding high-step-

ping horse to left, wearing a waistcloth with long lowing sashes without weapons such as sword or bow, Rev: goddess laksh-

mi seated left on a wicker stool holding long stemmed lotus blossom and diadem or riband,brahmi legend ‘Ajitavikramah’ in

right ield, 7.65g,  18.02mm,  (BMC # Pl.X-2, Altekar, Bayana Hoard # Pl.XIV- 3. ), about extremely ine,Extremely Rare.

The lotus seen in the goddess’s hand is unblossomed, interesting variety of the series.

Estimate : ` 1,75,000 - 2,25,000

175

175. Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) (375-415 AD), Gold Dinar, Lion Slayer Type (Unusual Type), Obv:armored King wearing dhoti

slaying the lion and trampling the lion on the belly by left leg, holding bow in left hand with right hand shown as having released the bowstring,

lion is falling backwards with arrow in its mouth, Rev: nimbate goddess lakshmi (durga) with skull cap seated in a riding posture facing straight

with high neck on the roaring lion seated with high postured neck, goddess seems to smelling the long stemmed lotus lower holding in her right

hand and left hand resting on the body of the lion, brahmi legend at right “Simhavikrama”,7.55g, 18.04mm, (variant of Altekar, Bayana Hoard

# Pl. XVIII-6 ?), about extremely ine+,Extremely Rare.

This specimen is very amazing because of its high artistic features. The important noticeable point is the unusual pose of the goddess on the

reverse where she has seen seated in the riding posture on the lion as if she is riding a horse (usually it is observed that the goddess has the front

facing seated pose). The lion appears to be charging towards the left with its mouth agape in a ferocious roar. The king’s posture is dynamic where

he is leaning forward and trampling the lion under his foot rather than standing straight.

Estimate : ` 4,50,000 - 6,50,000

176

176. Kumaragupta I (Mahendraditya) (415-455 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer - Reverse Bow Type, Obv:king standing left holding bow in his

left hand & arrow in right hand, brahmi legend ‘Kumara’ to right, garlanded garuda standard at left, Rev: goddess lakshmi seated on a lotus

in padmasana, holding diadem in her right hand and lotus in left, brahmi legend ‘Sri Mahendra’ in the right ield,7.65g, 16.06mm, (BMC # Pl.

XII-12),about very ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 60,000 - 80,000

177

177. Kumaragupta I (Mahendraditya) (415-455 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer - Reverse Bow Type, Obv:king standing left holding bow

in his left hand in the reverse position & arrow in right hand, legend ‘Kumara’ to right, garlanded garuda standard at left, Rev: goddess

lakshmi seated on a lotus in padmasana, holding diadem in her right hand and blossom in left, brahmi legend ‘Sri Mahendra’ in the right

ield,7.85g, 18.0mm, about extremely ine, unlisted variety, Very Rare.

Diferent garuda standard which is decorated by ribbon garland, king is holding mace instead of arrow. On the reverse the specimen shows the

bended legs of goddess.

Estimate : ` 80,000 - 1,00,000

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178. Kumaragupta I (Mahendraditya) (415-455 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king standing left hold-

ing bow in his left hand & arrow in right hand, garuda standard at left, brahmi legend Paramarajadharaja.. mar-

agupta.., Rev: goddess lakshmi seated facing, holding diadem in her right hand and long-stemmed lotus in left, brah-

mi legend ‘Sri Mahendra’ in the right ield,8.08g,  17.69mm,  (Altekar, Bayana Hoard # Pl. XXI-3), about extremely ine, Rare.

In this variety obverse is not having brahmi legend Ku under the king’s arm, the lower in goddess hand is typically diferent. Interesting specimen!

Estimate : ` 1,50,000 - 2,00,000

179

179. Kumaragupta I (Mahendraditya) (415-455 AD), Gold Dinar, Horseman - Left Type. Obv: king without nimbus riding horse to right,

bare headed wearing necklace, armlets & waist-band some-times lying behind, carrying no weapons, circular brahmi legend “Pritivitalambara-

sasi Kumaragupto jayatyajitah”, the irst two letters of the legend are between the head of the king & the horse, Rev: goddess lakshmi seated left

on a wicker stool holding lotus with a long stalk with leaves & buds in the right hand, left hand resting on waist, brahmi legend”ajitamahendra”in

the right ield, 7.82g, 17.05mm, (Altekar, Bayana # Pl. XXII-1), about extremely ine+, Extremely Rare.

Important specimen, this type of the reverse where Goddess is seen holding the lotus with long stem is ofered irst time in any auction sale. Su-

perb bold strikes where the jewelleries worn by the Goddess are clearly visible, exceptional reverse with partial dotted borders also. This rarity is

missing from various Gupta coin collections and is of high importance.

Estimate : ` 4,50,000 - 6,50,000

180

180. Kumaragupta I (Mahendraditya) (415-455 AD), Gold Dinar, Horseman - Left Type. Obv: king without nimbus riding horse to left,

holding bow and sword tied to the waist, seated on high stepping horse, Rev: goddess lakshmi seated facing left on cushioned stool, holding long

stemmed lotus, & feeding grapes to a peacock at left, with brahmi legend”ajitamahendra”in the right ield, 8.7g, 17.79mm, (Altekar, Bayana #

Pl. XXIV-14), about extremely ine+,Very Rare.

The king’s left hand is seen tied with the stlylized royal ribbon lying just below the elbow. The horse igure is almost complete on this specimen

with clear strikes. Overall complete details and well hammered coin, very attractive.

Estimate : ` 2,25,000 - 2,75,000

181

181. Narasimhagupta (Baladitya) (510-530 AD), Gold Dinar,Archer Type, Obv:king nimbate standing to left holding bow in left and arrow

in right, garuda standard behind right hand, under left arm brahmi legend ‘Nara’, between king’s feet ‘Go’ brahmi legend, Rev: goddess lakshmi

seated on a stylized lotus in padmasana holding corcucopia in right hand and lotus in the left, brahmi legend at right “Baladityah”, tamgha at

left, 9.48g, 19.79mm, (BMC # Pl. XXII-8), about uncirculated, Very Rare.

Exceptional attractiveness on this specimen, amazing bold strike which shows the complete and minutest details.

Estimate : ` 1,35,000 - 1,50,000

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182. Post Gupta, Samatata (630 AD), Gold Dinar, Broad Flan, Obv:king facing left

holding bow left and arrow in right hand, (horse headed or Shankha standard ?) stan-

dard behind, border of dots, Rev:goddeess lakshmi standing right, illegible inscription

in right ield, stylized dotted border, 5.51g, 21.95mm, (BMC # Pl. XXIV-19), about

extremely ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000 - 50,000

183. Kaushambi Region, Copper Ring (Big Size), Amalvratasya, this seal is from

the king’s court itself as the legends in brahmi clearly reads as “Amalvratasya” who

was the king of Kaushambhi. The royal symbol of kaushambi is also seen above the

legends, 18.28g, 26.75 x 18.29mm,aboutextremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

183

182

Coins Of Hindu Medieval

Pallavas

184. Mahendravarman I, Potin Unit, Bull & Lotus Type, Obv:bull to right with

pallava-grantha legend lakshita above which went of lan, circular border around and

dotted outer border,Rev:lotus lower in circular rayed border, 2.96g, 17.75mm, (Simi-

lar to W.Pieper # P.g no 294, Coin no 752), about extremely ine, Rare.

Traces of circular design visible in front of the bull, overstruck on the other specimen?

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

184

185. Pallavas of Kanchi, Copper Unit, Obv: a walking bull to right, early brahmi

letters above its back within the circle,Rev: dharmachakra (Wheel of Religion) outer

border decorated with semicircles,1.75g, 19.55mm, about uncirculated,Rare.

Estimate : ` 1500-1800

185

Chola Empire

186. Uttam Chola, Silver Kahavanu, Obv: tiger, bow, umbrella and two ish-

es, Rev: nagari legend “uttam chola”, 4.05g, 19.36mm,(K.Ganesh # 1.3), about ex-

tremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

186

187. Raja Raja I (985-1014 AD), Gold  ⅛  Kahavanu,  Obv:standing igure of

king, Rev:nagari legend “jaya/cho la”, 0.23g, 6.74mm, about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

187

188. (Srilanka), Raja Raja I, Gold Aka,Obv: king standing and holding a

lamp, Rev: sanku, ‘Aka’in nagari legend, 0.48g, 9.99mm, about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 12,000 - 15,000

188

189. Rajendra Chola (1012-1044 AD), Silver Kahavanu,Obv: tiger (Chola sym-

bol) seated right faces towards two upright ishes (Pandyan symbol), bow (Chera

symbol), behind umbrella above, Rev: nagari legend “gangai konda chola”, 3.65g,

19.07mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000 - 15,000

189

190. Chola Dynasty, Kulottunga Chola (1070-1120 AD), Copper Kasu, Obv:seated

king type of raj raja chola,Rev:boar standing right with beaded loral garland hanging

above the boar,2.9g, 18.09mm, about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000 - 10,000

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191. Chalukyas of Badami (700-900 AD), Gold Gadyana, Obv: representation of

a processional temple chariot. Rev:loral scroll enveloping a tantric trident, 4.05g,

15.01mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000 - 30,000

191

192. Chalukyas of Kalyana, Gold Pagoda, Over struck on old Chalukyan Issue, Punch

marked type, Obv: ninepunches consisting of ive lion to right, two conventionalized

“Sri”, shank & chakra,Rev: uniface,3.84g, 19.86mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 18,000 - 22,000

193. Kadamabas of Goa, Jayakesin I (1050-1080 AD), Gold Pagoda,Obv: lion

with reverted head facing left, cyclic year in nagari legends in front of lion which is

readable as “du du mati” (vijaya durmati ?), with sun, moon and swastika symbol at

lion’s right, Rev: legend “sri saptako/tisa labdhavara/vira jayakesi/deva Malavara/

mari”,4.32g, 20.19mm, (Mitch # 237), choice extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

192

This specimen has clear swastik symbol within the circle and complete legends at re-

verse. Swastik type pagodas from this series is ofered probably for the irst time.

Estimate : ` 80,000 - 1,20,000

193

194. Western Ganga Dynasty, Gold Gajapati Pagoda, Obv:caparisoned elephant to

right, Rev: loral design, 3.76g, 13.77mm, (Mitch K&A 193), about extremely ine with

testing mark.

Estimate : ` 10,000 - 13,000

194

195. Chandella of Jejakabhuti, Madanavarman,Gold Masha, Obv:goddess lakshmi

seated,Rev: nagari legend “shri madana varma”, 1.01g, 11.45mm, (P.C.Roy # Pl. No.

9), about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

195

196. Kalchuris of Tripuri, Gangeya Deva (1015-1040 AD), Base Gold 4-1/2 Masha,

Obv:seated lakshmi cross-legged and facing,Rev:legend in three line in bold nagari

letter “srimad/gangeya/devah”, 3.64g, 18.81mm, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 4000-4500

196

Yadavas of Devagiri

197. Ramachandra (1270-1311 AD), Silver Mashaka, Obv:lion facing

left, Rev:nagari legend,0.23g, 5.21mm,about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

197

198. Ramachandra, Silver Mashaka, Obv: lion standing left,Rev: nagari legend ‘sri

ra ma/de vah’, below a sheathed sword horizontally placed,0.24g, 5.03mm, (K.Ganesh

# 7.23), about extremely ine, Rare.

Legends are fully visible with sword.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

198

199. Ramachandra, Gold Gadyana, Light weight, Obv: ive punches of warrior run-

ning to right in centre, devanagari legend “Sri Rama” two punches with Sri and one

punch each of a shankha and chakra, Rev: uniface, 2.80g, 13.47mm,(Mitch K&A #

289), about very ine,VeryRare.

This coin is very diferent from other issues of Yadavas & was perhaps struck at a dif-

ferent provincial mint.

Estimate : ` 35,000 -,40,000

199

200. Yadavas of Tribhuvanagiri (Bayana), Kumara Pala , Gold 4 ½ Masha,

Obv:seated goddess lakshmi,Rev: legend in devanagari “srimat/kumarapala

deva”, 4.18g, 14.50mm, (Deyell # 148), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 14,000 - 16,000

200

201. Singhana III (1315-1318 AD), Gold Pagoda, Obv: yadava royal emblem

of sword lanked by conch & discus,Rev: nagari legend ‘Sri Singhan Kava-

ladevi’, 3.84g, 10.65mm, (Mitch. K&A # 306), about very ine, VeryRare.

Estimate : ` 45,000,- 55,000

201

202. Bhillama V (1185-1193 AD), Gold Padma Tanka, Over struck on a Chalukyan

issue, Obv:ivepunches consisting of two conventionalized “Sri”, central lotus, a conch

and the two-line nagari legend sri bhi lla / ma de va, the four punches on the margin

are over lion symbol,Rev: uniface,3.76g, 16.27mm, about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 18,000 - 22,000

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203. Krishna Deva Or Kanhara (AD 1247-1261), Gold Padma Tanka, Obv:ive

punches, central punch of a lotus lower and punches around devanagari legend

‘kanhara’, twice ‘Sri’ and conch shell,Rev:uniface,3.79g, 20.55mm, (K.Ganesh #

7.11) about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000 - 30,000

203

204. Singhana Deva (AD 1200-1247), Gold Padma Tanka, Obv:ive punches, cen-

tral punch of a lotus lower and punches around ‘Sri- Singhana’,twice ‘Sri’ and conch

shell,Rev:uniface,3.77g, 17.31mm, (K.Ganesh # 7.6),about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000 - 20,000

Vijayanagara Empire

204

205. Sangama Dynasty, Bukkaraya I, Gold Varaha, Obv: hanuman moving to right

with knees slightly bent left hand resting on left knee and right hand raised up, as in the

act of striking the tail is lifted up behind the head dagger in the rear, Rev: three line Kan-

nada legend with rules between the lines “Sri Vi/ra Bukka/raya”, 3.35g, 12.71mm, (Dr

M. Girijapathi # 029), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 19,000 - 22,000

205

206. Pratapa Devaraya I, Gold 1/2 Varaha, Obv:shiva seated in padmasana with

consort parvathi on his left thigh, shiva’s one left hand hold a trident and the other

hand is around his consorts waist, on right hand holds damaruga wgile he other is

in abhyamudra,Rev:three line devanagari legend with rules between the lines, “sri

pra/tha pa deva/raya”, 1.69g, 9.80mm, (Dr.M.Girijapathi # 073), about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

206

207. Pratapadevaraya I, Gold Varaha, Obv: shiva seated in padmasana with consort

parvathi on the left thigh, shiva’s one left hand holds an antelope and other hand is

around the consorts waists, the right hand holds a battle axe, while the other one is in

abhayamudra, Rev: three line devanagari legend with rules between the lines, “sri pra/

tha pa deva/raya”,3.34g, 10.24mm, (Dr.M. Girijapathi # 69), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

207

208. Krishnadevaraya, Gold Varaha, Obv: balakrishna seated on seat, with one knee

bent and resting on seat and the other leg raised up and supporting the left arm which is

stretched out at ease, the right hand holds a lump of butter, Rev: three line nagari leg-

end with interlinear rules “sripra/tapa krishna/raya”, 3.34, 11.38mm, (Dr.M. Girijap-

athi # 156), choice extremely ine, Rare in this condition.

Estimate : ` 10,000-13,000

208

209. Tuluva Dynasty,Krishnadevaraya (AD 1509-1530), Gold Varaha, Obv: bal-

akrishna seated cross legged facing, Rev:devnagari legend, “sri pra tapa krishna

raya”, 3.37g, 12.75mm, (K.Ganesh # 9.84), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 10,000-13,000

209

210. Tuluva Dynasty,Achutharaya, Gold 1/2 Varaha, Obv: back view of gandabe-

runda or double headed eagle lying upward wearing ornaments, the wings and feathers

are ornamented and the head has a crest, the huge bird is lying upwards carrying in

each of its two beak and claws a fully grown tusker elephant,Rev:three line nagari leg-

end with interlinear rules, sri pra/tapachyutha/raya,1.71g, 10.42mm, (Dr.M.Girijapa-

thi # 221), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

210

211. Tuluva Dynasty, Achutharaya, Gold 1/2 Varaha, Obv: gandaberunda moving to

left, proile of the bird is presented the bird is carrying in each of its two beak and two

claws a bull fully grown tusker elephant,Rev: three line nagari legend with interlinear

rules “sri pra/tapachyuta/raya”, 1.48g, 10.31mm,(Dr.M.Girijapathi # 224), about very

ine.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

211

212. Sadashivarayaru, Gold Varaha, Obv:vishnu seated in padmasana with his

consort lakshmi on his left thigh, the god holds on one right hand the discus and in

one left hand conch, Rev:three line nagari legend “pra/tapa sadasi/varayaru”,3.39g,

11.94mm, (Dr.M. Girijapathi # 260), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 12,000 - 15,000

212

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213. Tuluva Dynasty, Krishnadevaraya (1509-1530), Gold Varaha (10), Two dif-

ferent varieties, Obv:balakrishna seated with knee bend resting other leg raised up

supporting left arm, right hand holds lump of butter, beaded bracelet, armlets and an-

klets on his fat little body limbs, his head is crown of peacock feather with string of

lowers above, holding discuss & conch, Rev: three line nagari legend with interlinear

rules “sripra/tapa/krishna/raya”, 3.35g 12.10mm each approx, (Dr. M.Girijapathi #

156 & 165), about very ine+, Scarce.

Two diferent varieties discuss & conch and non discuss & conch.

Estimate : ` 1,00,000-1,25,000

214. Venkatapathiraya II, Gold 1/2 Varaha, Obv: lord venkateshwara (Tirupati Ba-

laji) standing facing, beneath an ornamented arch,Rev: currupt nagari legend in three

lines “sri chalama/vemkata/raya”,1.72g, 10.21mm, (Dr.M.Girijapathi # 338), about

extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-18,000

215. Venkatapathiraya III (1633-1646 AD), Gold Varaha (2), Obv: lord venkatesh-

wara standing facing, Rev: three lines nagari legend separated by interlinear rules

‘sri venkateshwara/ya namaha’, 3.41g, 3.46g, 11.04m, 11.41mm, (Dr. M. Girijapathi #

388), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

213

214

216. Gold Half Varaha (6), Diferent Rulers & Diferent Types, 1. Harihara II (1377-

1404AD), Obv: shiva seated in padmasana with consort parvation his left thigh, shi-

va holding damru and trident,Rev: devanagari legend “sri pra/ta pa ha ri/ha ra”,(Dr.

M. Girijapathi # 53), 2. Tuluva Dynasty, Krishnadevaraya(1509-1530 AD), 2

Coins, Obv:balakrishna seated with knee bend resting other leg raised up suppport-

ing left arm, right hand holds lump of butter, armlets and anklets on his fat little body

limbs, his head is crown of peacock feather with string of lowers above, holding dis-

cuss & conch, Rev: three line nagari legend with interlinear rules “sripra/tapa/krishna/

raya”, 3.Tuluva Dynasty, Achyutharaya (1530-1542 AD), 2 Coins, Obv:gandabe-

runda (double-headed eagle) walking left, holding an elephant in each beak and in each

foot, Rev:three-line devanagari legend “sri pra / ta pa chyu ta / ra ya”, (K. Ganesh #

224), Obv:gandaberunda (double-headed eagle) standing facing, holding an elephant

in each beak and in each foot, Rev:uniface, 4.Tuluva Dynasty, Sadashivaraya (1543-

1570 AD), Obv: vishnu and lakshmi seated facing, vishnu holding a chakra in each

hand, Rev: three line devanagari legend “sri sa / da si va ra / yalu”, (K. Ganesh #

264), 1.67g each approx,about very ine to extremely ine, Rare as a set.

Estimate : ` 30,000 - 40,000

215

216

Coins Of Sultanates of India

Bahmani Sultanate

217. Ala ud-Din Ahmad Shah II (AH 838-862/1435-1457 AD), Hadrat Muhammad-

abad Mint, Gold Tanka, Obv: al sultan al qawwi al islamjami al fazlwaladalwalah-

san, Rev: abulmuzafer ala al dunyawal din ahmad shah al sultan, 11.06g, 21.44mm,

(G&G # BH 81), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

217

Bengal Sultanate

218. Rukn-ud-din Ali Mardan (AH 606-610/1210/11-1213 AD), Gold Fractional

Tanka of 20 Rati, Horse Riding Type,Obv: horseman to left holding mace, at mar-

gin sanahijri & shahada, Rev:al sultan-ul-muazzamrukn-ud-dunyawal din abulmuzaf-

faralimardan, 2.28g, 16.38mm, (Rajgor type #115, G&G # B7), about very ine,

Exceedingly Rare.

218

The fractional units or quarter tankas of this type are extremely diicult to get.

Estimate : ` 4,50,000 - 6,50,000

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219. Ghiyath-Ud-Din Bahadur(AH 720-724/ 1320-1324AD), Shahr Lakhnauti

Mint, Silver Tanka, Obv:ruler’s name & titles, Rev:al-imam legend, caliph al-musta-

sim,10.85g, 27.38mm, (G&G # B109), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

220. Lakhnauti Mint, Silver Tanka, AH727,Struck in the name of Muhammad

Bin Tughluq(AH726-735/1326-1335AD), Obv:kalima shahada in square, hijri year

&zarbaround, Rev: al mujahid i sabeelilla, in margin four khalifas name,11.05g,

25.91mm, (G&G # B122), about extremely ine, Rare

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

219

221. Shams Ud-Din Ilyas Shah (AH 746-758/1345-1357AD), Arsah Satgaon

Mint, Silver Tanka, Obv: al-imam al-a’zam al-’adlabu’lmujahid,Rev:yaminkhalifa-

tallahnasiramir al-mu’mininghawth al-islamwa’lmuslimin within the lozenge stylised

star, 10.61g, 28.24mm, (G&G # B188), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-4500

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222. Shams Ud-Din Ilyas Shah (AH 746-758/1345-1357AD), Hadrat Firuzabad

Mint, Silver Tanka, Obv:al-sultan al-’adil shams al-dunyawa’l din abu’lmuzafarilyas

shah al-sultan, Rev:sikandar al-thaniyamin al-khilafa (nasir) amir al-mu’minin,10.53g,

31.30mm, (G&G # B153), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

223. Ghiyath-ud-Din Azam Shah (AH 792-813/1389-1410AD), Hadrat Firuzabad

Mint, Silver Tanka, Obv:ghiyath al-dunyawa’l din abu’lmuzafara’zamshah al sul-

tan, Rev:nasiramir al mu’mininghawth al islamwa’lmusliminkhalladamulkahu, 10.87g, 

28.97mm, (G&G # B241), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

221

224. Jalal-ud-Din Muhammad Shah (AH 821-837/ 1418-1433AD)(2nd Reign), Gold

Tanka,Obv:nasir-ul-islamwalmusliminkhuldmulkahu,Rev: jalaluddunyawal din

abulmuzafarmuhammad shah al sultan,10.89g, 23.87mm, Unlisted Type, about ex-

tremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000 - 2,00,000

225. Nasir-ud-din Mahmud (AH 837-864/1434-1459AD), Dakhil Banjaliya

Mint, Gold Tanka, Obv:nasir al-dunyawal din abulmujahidmahmud shah al-sul-

tan,Rev: nasir-ul-islamwalmusliminkhuldmulkahu,  10.75g,  19.32mm, (G&G #

B457), about extremely ine, Very Rare.

222

Dakhil Banjaliya Mint is one of the rare mint from bengal sultanate.

Estimate : ` 1,75,000 - 2,25,000

226. Nasir-ud-din Mahmud (AH 837-864/1434-1459 AD), Gold Tanka, Obv:nasir

al-dunyawa’l din abulmuzafar or abu’lmujahidmahmud shah al-sultan,Rev:abu’lmu-

zafarmahmud shah al-sultan, al-mu ayyad bi-ta’yid al-rahmankhalifatallahbi’lhujjat-

wa’lburhan, 10.76g, 21.70mm, (G&G # B405), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

223

227. Ala-ud Din Husain Shah (AH 899-925/1493-1519 AD),Silver Tanka, Fourth

Victory Type, Obv:al-sultan al-fath al-kamruwakamtawajajnagarwaurissa ‘ala’

al-dunyawa’l din abu’lmuzafar,Rev:husain shah al-sultan bin sayyidashraf al-hu-

sainikhalladaallahmulkahuwasultanahu, 10.52g, 26.66mm, Unlisted Type, about very

ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

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228. Ala-ud-din Husain Shah(AH 899-925/1493-1519 AD), Khazana Mint, Gold

Tanka, AH 911, Obv: al sultan-al-adil ala-ud-dunyawaldeenabulmuzafar, Rev: hu-

sain shah al sultan bin sayyadashraf-ul-husainikhuldmulkahu, 10.61g, 17.43mm, (G&G

# B757), about extremely ine, VeryRare.

Estimate : ` 1,00,000-1,25,000

228

Nasir-ud-Din Nusrat Shah (AH 925-938/1519-1531 AD)

229. Husainabad Dar-ul-Darb Mint, Silver 1/2 Tanka, Obv:al-sutan bin al-sultan na-

sir al-dunyawa’l din abulmuzafarnusratshah,Rev:al-sultan bin husain shah al-sul-

tan al-husainikhalladaallahmulkahu, 5.05g,  19.17mm, (G&G # B826), about very

ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

229

230. Gold Tanka, AH 927, Obv:al-sultan bin al-sultan nasir al-duniyawa’l din abul-

muzafar, Rev: nusrat shah al sultan bin husain shah al sultan al husainikhalladaallah-

mulkahu,10.58g, 21.47mm, Unlisted Type, almost UNC, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,50,000

230

231. Gold Tanka, Obv: al sultan bin al sultan nasir-ud-dunyawaldeenabulmuzaf-

far, Rev: nusrat shah al sultan bin husain shah al sultan al husainikhuldallahumulka-

hu, 10.54g, 16.11mm, (G&G # B794), about extremely ine,ExtremelyRare.

Estimate : ` 1,75,000-2,25,000

231

Ghiyath-ud-Din Mahmud (AH 939-945/1532-1538 AD)

232. Silver Tanka, Obv:al sultan bin al sultan ghiyath al dunyawal din abulmuzafar-

mahmud shah, Rev:al sultan bin husain shah al sultan khuldallahumulkahuwasultana-

hu, 10.07g, 21.88mm, (G&G # B941), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

232

233. Gold Tanka, 945 AH, Obv:al sultan bin al-sultan ghiyath al-dunyawa’l din abul-

muzafarmahmud shah, Rev:al-sultan bin husain shah al-sultan khuldallahumulkahu-

wasultanahu,10.61g, 19.45mm, (G&G # B925), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 2,00,000 - 2,25,0,000

1.5x

Delhi Sultanate

234. Taj-Ud-Din Yildiz (AH602-612/1206-1215AD), Ghazni Mint, Silver Dir-

ham, AH 607, With the name ofCaliph Al Nasir, Obv:kalima shahada, at bottom

al nasiruddunyawal din amirulmominin, Rev:as sultan-ul-azammuiz-ud-dunyawal din

abulmuzafar, 4.46g, 30.48mm, (G&G # D25), about very ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

233

235. Shams-ud-din Iltutmish (AH607-633/1210-1235AD), Silver Tanka, In the name

of Caliph Al Mustansir, Obv: kalima shahada& caliph al mustansirbilla, Rev: ruler’s

name & titles in double square, 10.80g, 29.40mm, Unlisted Type, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-10,000

236. Ghiyath-ud-Din Balban (AH664-686/1266-1287AD), Gold Tanka, Hadrat Del-

hi, AH 674, ‘al-imam’ caliph al-Must’asim’ Type, 10.95g, 28.00mm (G&G#D155), un-

circulated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 55,000 - 65,000

234

237. Ghiyath-ud-Din Balban (AH664-686/1266-1287AD), Hadrat Delhi Mint, Gold

Tanka, Large Flan, Obv: al-sultan al-a zamjalal al-dunyawa’l din abu’lmuzafarbalban

al-sultan,Rev:al-imam legend with caliph al-mustasim,10.93g, 28.01mm, (G&G #

D155), about extremely ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 40,000 - 50,000

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238. Muiz-ud-Din Kaiqubad (AH686-689/1287-1290AD), Hadrat Delhi Mint, Gold

Tanka, 687 AH, Crude Strike, Obv: al-sultan al-a zamjalal al-dunyawa’l din abu’lmu-

zafarkaiqubad al-sultan,Rev:al-imam legend with caliph al-mustasim,10.94g,

29.47mm, (G&G # D175), almostuncirculated, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 80,000 - 1,00,000

239. Ala-ud-Din Muhammad Khilji (AH 695-715/1296-1316 AD), Hadrat Del-

hi Mint, 7XX AH, Gold Tanka, Obv:ruler’s name & titles,Rev:sikandar al-thani

legend, with mint and date in the margin, 11.01g, 25.54mm, (G&G # D221), about

extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 42,000 - 46,000

238

240. Ala-ud-din Muhammad Khilji (AH 695-715/1296-1316 AD), QilaDeogir

Mint, Gold Tanka, AH 714, Obv: al-sultan al-ghazi ghiyath al-dunyawa’l din abu’lmu-

zafarmuhammad shah al sultan,Rev: sikandar al sani legend, 11.01g, 24.94mm, (G&G

# D222), almost uncirculated, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 45,000 - 55,000

239

Ghiyath-ud-Din Tughluq (AH720-725/1320-1325 AD)

241.Hadrat Delhi Mint, Gold Tanka, AH 721, Obv:al-sultan al-ghazi ghiyath al-dunya-

wa’l din abu’lmuzafar,Rev: tughluq shah al-sultan nasiramir al-mu’minin,11.02g,

25.09mm, (G&G # D301), almost uncirculated, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 40,000-50,000

240

242. Qila Deogir Mint, Gold Tanka, Broad Flan, Obv: al-sultan al-ghazi ghi-

yath al-dunyawa’l din abu’lmuzafar,Rev:tughluq shah al-sultan nasiramir al-mu

minin, 10.92g, 26.78mm, (G&G # D302), choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000 - 55,000

241

Muhammad Bin Tughluq (AH 725-752/1325-1351 AD)

243. Daulatabad Mint, Billon Tanka, Obv: al mustakibillahamir al-mu minin, mint

and date in margin, Rev:al imam al-a’zamkhalifatallah i al-alamin,8.99g, 18.11mm,

(G&G # D433), about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2200-2500

244. Billon Tanka, In the name of caliph Al Hakim II, Obv: nasir al hakim bill-

ah, Rev:abu al abbasahmad, 9.12g, 18.62mm, (G&G # D448), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

242

245. Billon Tanka, In name of Abbasid Khalifa, Obv: al mustakibillah al mumi-

nin, Rev: al imam ulazamkhalifatallah,9.03g, 18.88mm, Unlisted type, about very

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

243

246. Balda Qutbabad Mint, Gold Tanka, Coin struck in memory of his fa-

ther, Obv:al-sultan al-sa’id al shahid al ghazi ghiyath al-dunyawa’l din, Rev:abu’lmu-

zafartughluq shah al-sultan anarallahburhanahu, 11.03g, 23.12mm, (G&G #

D321), about extremely ine+. Rare.

Estimate : ` 55,000 - 65,000

247.Dar-ul-Islam Mint, Gold Tanka, AH 734, Obv: waallah al-ghaniwaantum al-fuqa-

ra,Rev: i ahd, 10.97g, 19.22mm, (G&G # D346), about extremely ine,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 60,000 - 80,000

244

248. Hadrat Delhi Mint, Gold Tanka, AH 736, Complete Dies, Obv: waallah al-ghani-

waantum al-fuqara,Rev: i ahd, 11.00g, 20.06mm, (G&G # D347), about extremely

ine+, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 45,000 - 55,000

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249. Gold Dinar, AH 734, Obv:al-sultan al-sa’id al-shahidtughluq shah, at bottom

sanahijri,Rev:durbia i zaman al-abd al-rajirahmatallah in double pentafoil, 11.02g,

19.50mm, (G&G # D336), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000 - 50,000

249

250. Gold Dinar, 733 AH, Obv: zarb i zaman al-abd-al rajirahmathallah shah, Rev: al

sultan al saeed ash shaheedtughluq shah &sanahijri at bottom, 10.98g, 20.83mm, Un-

listed Type, about extremely ine+,Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000 - 55,000

251. Mahmud Bin Muhammad Tuqluq (AH 752/1351AD) Gold Tanka, AH

752, Obv: yaminamir al-mu mininghiyath al-duniyawa’l din abulmuzafar,Rev:mah-

mud shah bin tughluq shah al-sultan, 10.91g, 19.75mm, (G&G # D455), about very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 55,000 - 75,000

250

252. Mahmud-Bin-Muhammad (AH 795-815/1393-1413 AD), Silver Tanka, Abul

Muhamid Type, Obv:al sultan-ul-azamabulmuhamad mahmud shah muhammad

shah iruz shah ai sultani,Rev:i zaman al imam amir-ul-mominin, khuldat khilafata-

hu, 11.35g, 23.58mm, (G&G # D624), about extremely ine, VeryRare.

Estimate : ` 40,000 - 50,000

251

253. Mubarak Shah(AH824-837/1421-1434 AD), Hadrat Delhi Mint, Gold Tan-

ka, Obv: i ahd al sultan al ghazi legend, Rev:yafatah mubarak fatah mubeen in cir-

cle,11.1g, 17.89mm, (G&G # D658), about extremely ine,Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 3,50,000 - 4,50,000

252

Sher Shah Suri (AH 945-952/1538-1545 AD)

254. Pandua Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 948, Obv:kalima shahada, at bottom sultan

uladil, in margin four khalifas name, Rev:sher shah sultan khuldallahumulkahu, at

bottom nagari legend, 11.55g, 26.58mm, (G&G # D790), about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

253

255. Sharifabad Mint, Silver Rupee,Obv:standards legend name and mint

name within circle, date and nagari in margin, date can be left or the right of

the “nagari”,Rev:shahada within circle, caliphs type 2, 1-1 tiny testing mark on both

side, 11.40g, 26.90mm, (G&G # D798), about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

256. Silver Rupee, AH 949, Obv:kalima shahada in circle around sultan

uladil, Rev:sher shah sultan, khuldallahu mulkahuwasultanahu in circle, hijri year and

nagari legend around, 11.25g, 27.57mm, (G&G # D827), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

257. Silver Rupee, AH 950, Obv:kalima shahada in circle around four khali-

fas, Rev: rulers name and title,11.24g, 31.77mm, (G&G # D825), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

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258. Silver Rupee, AH 951, Obv:kalima shahada, in margin four khalifas

name, Rev:sher shah sultan khuldallahumulkahu, at bottom nagari legend, 11.50g,

29.29mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

259. Islam Shah Suri (AH 952-960/1545-1552AD), Silver Rupee, Broad Flan, AH

954, Obv:kalima shahada, in margin four khalifas name, Rev:islam shah ibn sher

shah sultan, khuldallahumulkahu, at bottom nagari legend, 11.50g, 30.60mm, (G&G #

D980), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

258

260. Muhammad Adil Shah (AH 960-964/1552-1556 AD), Jaunpur Mint, Silver

Tanka, 964 AH, Obv:kalima shahada and four khalifas name around,Rev: sultan

muhammadadil shah khuldallahumulkahuwasultanahu, below nagari legend, 11.55g,

26.10mm, Unlisted Type in G&G, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000 - 15,000

Ghaznavid Sultanate

259

261. Yamin-ud-Daula Mahmud (AH 388-422/998-1030 AD), Mahmudpur Mint, Sil-

ver Dirham, Obv:kalima shahada at bottom al adilamirmahmud al milla, Rev: sara-

dacharacter:avyaktiya name ayamtan kamhato mahamuda purasamvati.. 2.81g,

18.00mm, (G&G # GZ3), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000 - 8000

260

Gujarat Sultanate

262. Nasir-ud-Din Mahmud Shah I(AH 806-810/1403-1407 AD), Muhammad-

abad Mint, Silver 1/4 Tanka, Obv: sultan-ul-azam legend, Rev: mahmud shah al sul-

tan, 2.87g, 13.41mm, (G&G # G114), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

261

263.  Shams-ud-din Muzafar Shah II (AH 917-932/1511-1526AD), Muhammad-

abad Mint, Gold Tanka, AH 928, Obv:al-mu ayyad bi-ta’yid al-rahman shams al

dunyawal din abulnasr, Rev: muzafar shah bin mahmud shah al-sultan,11.45g,

20.54mm, (G&G # G231), about extremely ine, VeryRare.

Estimate : ` 80,000 - 1,00,000

262

264. Nasir-ud-din Mahmud Shah III (AH 944-961/1537-1554 AD), Silver 1/2 Tan-

ka, AH 960, Obv:al-wathiq legend, Rev: mahmud shah bin latif shah al-sultan, 4.1g,

17.02mm, (G&G # G415), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

263

265. Jaunpur Sultanate, Husain Shah (AH 863-884/1458-1479 AD), Gold Tan-

ka, Mintless Type, Date unseen in borders, legends in Tughra characters, ‘i zaman’

Type,11.48g, 16.64mm, about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 65,000-75,000

264

Kashmir Sultanate

265

266. Muhammad Shah (AH 920-921/1514-1515 AD), Gold Dinar, Obv:kalima

shahada,Rev:al-sultan-ul-a’zam muhammad shah, at bottom zarb kashmir,11.12g,

17.79mm, (G&G # K41), about ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000 - 2,00,000

267. Nazuk (Nadir) Shah (AH957-958/1550-1551AD), Silver Sasnu, Obv: al sul-

tan ulazam, Rev:zarb kashmir, 6.03g, 15.65 X 15.50mm, (G&G # K100), about very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

266

268. Zahir-Ud-DinMuhammad Ali Shah (AH979-987/1570-1579 AD), Silver

Sasnu, AH 986, Obv:zahir al-din muhammadali bad shah,Rev: mint kashmir, 6.19g,

15.60 x 15.06mm, (G&G # K133), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

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269. Ala-ud-din Mahmud Shah I (AH839-873/1436-1469 AD), Hadrat Shadiabad,

Billon Tanka, AH 848, Obv:abu ‘l muzafarmahmud shah khaljiduribaba-hadrat-

shadiabad,Rev:al-khalifaamir al-mu mininkhulidatkhilafatahu, (G&G M36), about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1000 - 1200

269

270. Ala-ud-Din Muhammad Shah I Khilji (AH 839-873/1436-1469AD), Hadrat-

Shadiabad Mint, Gold Tanka, Obv:al-sultan al-a ‘zam ‘ala’ al-dunyawa ‘l din khal-

jiabu ‘l muzafarmahmud shah khalladaallahkhilafatahu,Rev:sikandar al-thaniyamin

al-khilafanasiramir al-mu’ minin,10.93g, 24.21mm, (G&G # M21), about uncirculat-

ed,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 55,000 - 65,000

270

271. GhiyathShah(AH 873-906/1469-1500 AD), Hadrat Sadiabad Mint, Gold 1/2

Tanka, Obv: abulfathghiyath shah al sultani al khilji, Rev: al-sultan bin al sultan wa-

likhalifatuz zaman walahd i al alamin, 5.41g, 19.19mm, Unlisted Type, about very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000 - 1,50,000

272. Ghiyath Shah (AH 873-906/1469-1500AD), Dar-ul-Mulk Shadiabad Mint, Gold

Tanka, Obv:al-sultan bin al-sultan walikhalifat al-zaman wa’lahd i al-ala-

min,Rev:abu’lfathghiyath shah al-sultani al-khaljiduribat bi dar al-mulkshahdia-

bad,10.83g, 23.52mm, (G&G # M60), about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 60,000 - 80,000

271

273. Nasir Shah (AH 906-916/1500-1510 AD), Silver 1/2 Tanka, Obv: al wathiqbis-

samad lam yezli legend, Rev:ruler’s name & title, 5.29g, 16.54 x 16.60mm, Unlisted

Type, about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

274. Mahmud Shah II (AH916-937/1510-1531AD), Silver Tanka, AH

923, Obv:al wathiqbilmulk al samad legend,Rev:ruler’s name with title,10.2g,

19.89 x 19.60mm, (G&G # M159), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

275. Mahmud Shah II (AH 916-937/1510-1531AD), Silver Tanka, AH

926, Obv:al-wathiqbi’lmulk al-samadabu’lfathmahmud shah, Rev: bin nasir shah

al-khilji al-sultan khuldallahumulkahu, 7.40g, 19.62 x 19.24mm, (G&G # M160), mint

mark swastik symbol unlisted type, about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

272

276. Baz Bahadur (AH963-986/1555-1561AD), Silver Double Tanka, Obv: kali-

ma shahada in square, Rev: abul muzafar baz bahadur shah sultan khallada allah

mulkahu wasultanahu, 14.03g, 23.48mmabout extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Symbols like Crescent, line & dot on top left corner of shahada are unlisted in G&G.

Probably second or third specimen ofered in any auction, last sold for 1.2L in 2009.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000 - 2,00,000

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Babur (AH 932-937/1525-1530 AD)

277

277. Silver Shahrukhi, Mintless & Dateless Type, (Struck at Kabul), Obv:zahir al

din muhammad babur badshah ghazi in circlar border,Rev: shahada in mihrab shaped

cartouche,4.54g, 22.98mm, about ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

278

Humayun(AH 937-947/AH 962-963)(AH 1530-1540/1555-1556AD)

278. Gold Misqal, Obv:kalima shahada, Rev:khuld allahu taala on top, at bottom

ruler’s name,0.52g, 10.68mm,about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 14,000-16,000

279

Akbar Jalal-Ud-Din Muhammad (AH963-1014/1556-1605AD)

279. Mulher Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee (Mahmudi), Obv:kalima shahada, Rev:jalal-

ud-din akbar badshah ghazi, 5.61g, 15.72 mm, (KM # 72.1), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

280

280. Lahore Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Month Mihr, Obv: jalla jalalahu allahu akbar

in the lozenge star,Rev:elahi month & zarb at bottom with in the lozenge star, 5.55g,

16.57mm, Unlisted Type,about UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

281

281. Lahore Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, 45 RY, Month Azar, Obv: jalla jalalahu allahu

akbar, lower is visible,Rev:elahi month & zarb at bottom, 5.59g, 17.54mm, (KM #

66.3), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

282

282. Lahore Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, 47 RY, Month Di, Obv: jalla jalalahu allahu ak-

bar,Rev:elahi month & zarb at bottom, 5.60g, 16.59mm, (KM # 66.3), about extremely

ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

283. Lahore Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Month Di, Obv: jalla jalalahu allahu akbar in

the lozenge star,Rev:elahi month & zarb at bottom with in the lozenge star, 5.48g,

16.30mm, Unlisted Type,about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

283

284. Malwa issue, Mint Out of lan, Silver 1/2 Rupee, AH 969, Obv: kalima shaha-

da, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, 6.95g, 18.40mm, about very ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

284

285. Urdu zafar Qarin Mint, Silver Sqaure 1/2 Rupee, AH 1000 (Alf), Obv:kali-

ma shahada around four khalifas name,Rev: akbar badshah ghazi,5.65g, 15.14 x

15.26mm, (KM # 61.4), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

285

286. Mint Less, Silver Square1/2 Rupee, Elahi 32, Obv:allahu akbar,Rev: jalla

jalalahu & elahi date,5.50g, 13.92 x 13.67mm, Unlisted Type, about very ine, very

attractive, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

286

287. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Square Rupee, AH 993, Obv: kalima shahada around

four khalifas name, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, 11.07g, 18.47 x 18.34mm, (KM #

82.1), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

288. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Square Rupee, Elahi 38 RY,Month Shahre-

war,Obv: jalla jalalahu allahu akbar, Rev: elahi date, month and zarb, 11.41g, 17.93 

x 17.89mm, (KM # 88.1), about ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

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289. Fathpur Dar-ul-Sultanate Mint, Silver Square Rupee, AH 987, Obv: kalima sha-

hada around four khalifas name,Rev:akbar badshah ghazi,11.29g, 19.77mm,(KM #

82.2), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

290. Fathpur Dar-ul-Sultanate Mint, Silver Square Rupee, AH 989, Obv:kali-

ma shahada around four khalifas name,Rev:akbar badshah ghazi,11.6g, 19.39 x

19.10mm, (KM # 82.2), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

289

291. Lahore Mint, Silver Square Rupee, Elahi 38 RY, Month Amardad,Obv: jalla

jalalahu allahu akbar, Rev: elahi date, month and zarb, 11.35g, 16.65 x 17.15mm,(Lid-

dle # Type 48 Pl. No XVIII),about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

290

292. Lahore Mint, Silver Square Rupee, 37 RY, Month Mihr, Obv: jalla jalalahu

allahu akbar, Rev:elahi month & zarb, 11.33g, 18.39 X 18.03mm, (KM # 88.3),about

unc, Rare.

291

Very attractive specimen with beautiful loral designs on both the sides.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

293. Silver Square Rupee, Elahi 33, Obv :allahu akbar,Rev: jalle jalalahu & elahi

date, 11.27g, 21.89 x 21.83mm, (KM # A91.1),about extremely ine with loral designs

on both sides, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

292

294. Tatta Mint, Silver Square Rupee, 49 Elahi, Month Mihr, Obv: jalla jalalahu

allahu akbar,Rev:elahi date and persian month,11.22g, 15.73 x 15.64mm, (KM #

88.7), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

293

295. UrduZafar Qarin Mint, Silver Square Rupee, AH 1000(Alf), Obv:kalima sha-

hada, in margin four khalifas name, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi,11.36g, 18.20mm, (KM

# 82.8), about extremely ine, very attractive,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

294

296. Mint less, Silver SquareRupee, Elahi 32, Obv:allahu akbar,Rev: jalla jalalahu

& elahi date, 11.34g, 17.54 x 17.26mm, (KM # A91.1), about extremely ine with no

testing marks, heavily decorated with loral designs on both the sides, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

297. Silver Square Rupee, AH 987, Obv:kalima shahada around four khalifas

name, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, 11.31g, 19.26 X 18.8mm, (KM # 82.1), about very

ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

295

298. Silver Square Rupee, AH 988, Broad Flan, Obv:kalima shahada around

four khalifas name,Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, 11.2g, 23.15 x 22.66mm,about very

ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

296

299. Agra Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 977, Obv: kalima shahada around four khal-

ifas name, Rev: akbar badshah ghazi, zarb at bottom, 11.38g,  26.47mm,  Unlisted

Type,about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-1800

297

300. Agra Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 979, Obv: kalima shahada around four khalifas

name, Rev: akbar badshah ghazi, zarb at bottom, 11.29g, 24.16mm, (Liddle # Type

S-11 Plate XII), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

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301. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 980, Obv:kalima shahada, around four

khalifa’s name, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, khuld allahu ta’ala,11.36g, 25.01mm,(Lid-

dle # Type14 Plate No XIII), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

302. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 982, Obv:kalima shahada in dotted

square, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi in dotted square, 11.42g, 25.83mm, (Liddle Type

S-16 Plate No XIII), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

301

303. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 983, Obv:kalima shahada around four

khalifas name,Rev: akbar badshah ghazi,11.4g, 26.31mm, (Liddle # Type S-16 Plate

no XIII),about extremely ine without testing marks, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

302

304. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 45 RY, Farwardin Month, Obv:jalla jalalahu

allahu akbar, Rev: elahi date, 11.39g, 20.08mm, (KM # 93.2), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

305. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, Month Aban, Broad Flan, Obv: jallajalala-

hu allahu akbar,Rev:persian month, date & zarb, 10.82g, 20.91mm, (KM #

93.2), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

303

306. Allahabad Mint, Silver Rupee, Rebellion Issue, Obverse & Reverse:“ba gharb-

o-sharq” couplet, 11.34g, 21.01mm, (KM # 97.1), about very ine, Rare.

304

Probably struck by Akbar Salim in rebellion issue.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

307. Berar Mint, Silver Rupee, Month Tir, 46 RY, Obv:jalla jalalahu allahu ak-

bar, Rev:elahi month, date and zarb berar with dotted motifs, 11.29g, 18.56mm, (KM

# 93.6), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

305

308. Burhanpur Mint, Silver Rupee, Month Bahman, Obv:jalla jalalahu allahu ak-

bar, Rev:elahi month & zarb, 11.42g, 19.18mm, (KM # 93.7),about extremely ine and

well decorated on both the sides,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

306

309. Dehli Mint, Silver Rupee, Elahi 35, Obv:allahu akbar, at bottom zarb, Rev: jallu

jalalahu akbar on top ellahi date, 11.31g,17.56mm,about extremely ine with loral

designs, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

307

310. Elichpur Mint, Silver Rupee, Month Aban, Obv:jalla jalalahu allahu ak-

bar, Rev:elahi month, date and zarb, 11.41g, 17.78mm, (KM # 93.10), about unc,

Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

308

311. HadratDelhi Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 973, Obv:kalima shahada in circle, around

four khalifas name, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, zarb at bottom in lozenge star, 11.42g,

27.14mm, (KM # 80.7),about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

312. Jaunpur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 979, Obv:kalima shahada in pentafoil, Rev:ak-

bar badshah ghazi, zarb at bottom, 11.05g, 24.25mm, (Liddle # Type S-17 Plate No

XIII), about exrtemely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

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313. Kalpi Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 965, Obv: kalima shahada around four khalifas

name, Rev: akbar badshah ghazi, 11.34g, 26.71mm, (Liddle # Type S1, varient of lid-

dle), Hijri Date Unlisted, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

314. Lahore Mint, Silver Rupee, Elahi 48 RY, Month Farwardin, Obv: jalla jalalahu

allahu akbar in the lozenge star, Rev:elahi month & zarb with in the lozenge star,11.35g,

20.34mm, (Liddles # Type S56 Plate No XIX), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

313

315. Lahore Mint, Silver Rupee, Month Khurdad, Elahi 45 RY, Complete Flan, Obv: jal-

la jalalahu allahu akbar,Rev:elahi month & zarb at bottom, 9.48g, 21.42mm,(KM #

93.11), about extremely ine and fully decorated on both the sides, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

314

316. Patna Mint, Silver Rupee, Elahi 46, Month Mihr, Broad Flan,Obv:jalla jalala-

hu allahu akbar, Rev:elahi month, date and zarb patna, 11.14g, 23.05mm, (KM #

93.14), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

317. Urdu mint, Silver Square Rupee,Kalima Type, AH 987, Obv:kalima shahada in

four petalled lattened loral pattern with the names of four khalifas name in fours an-

gles,Rev: ruler name with titles, akbar badshah ghazi & zarb urdu at left bottom corner

in an ornamented diamond; the top corners contain “Khallad Allah”, 11.28g, 20.59 x

20.25 mm, (Liddle# S42), about very ine, Extremely Rare.

315

Kalima within quaterfoil and names of the khalifas mint name in center, mint which

accompanied the imperial army camp struck coins in route and had been named Urdu or

Urdu Zafar Qarin. Both camp mints as “Urdu” literally means (Army camp) and “Urdu

Zafar Qarin”similarly means army camp associated with the victory. Coins from this

series were also used for Akbar’s crew during the stay in various parts of his control.

316

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,50,000

318. Mint Out of Flan, Silver Rupee, AH 975, Broad Flan,Obv:kalima shahada, four

khalifas name around,Rev:jalal ud din muhammad akbar badshah ghazi, in margin

titles & mint name, 11.35g, 29.80mm, Unlisted Type, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

317

319. Mint Out of Flan, Silver Rupee, AH 985, Obv:kalima shahada around four khal-

ifas name,Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, 11.35g, 24.63mm,about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

320. Kalpi Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 969, Obv: kalima shahada in square & four khalfas

name around, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, 11.33g, 26.35mm, (Liddle # Plate no IX Type

S1), about extremely ine, Rare.

Flower symbol of Kalpi mint completely visible.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

318

321. Silver Rupee, Broad Flan, Obv:kalima shahada, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, 11.35g,

27.36mm, Unlisted Type, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

319

322. Agara Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 978, Kalima Type, Obv: kalima

shahada around four khalifas name in quarter foil, Rev: akbar badshah ghazi, al sultan

ul azam khuldallahu ta’ala mulkahu wa sultanahu, 10.74g, 21.76mm, (Liddle # Type

G5, Plate II), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 70,000 - 80,000

323. Agra Dar-ul- Khilafa Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 981, Obv:kalima shahada in dotted

square around four khalifas name, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi, al sultan al azam khu-

ldallahu ta’ala mulkahu wa sultanahu, 10.9g, 24.69mm, (KM # 108.1), about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 55,000 - 65,000

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324. Mint Out of lan, Gold Mohur, AH 986, Obv:kalima shahada in dotted square,

around four khalifas name in margin, Rev:akbar badshah ghazi,10.82g, 19.69mm,about

very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

Jahangir Nur-ud-din Muhammad (AH1014-1037/1605-1627AD)

324

325. Ahmednagar Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Obv: kalima shahada, at bot-

tom zarb, Rev: do chasmi “HE”, Jahangir badshah ghazi,5.59g, 15.52mm,

Unlisted Type, choice extremely ine, heavily decorated on both sides, Very Rare.

325

Very intereseting specimen, persian do chashme “he” instead of the normal type.

Estimate : ` 15,000 - 20,000

326. Agra Mint, Silver Square Rupee, 10 RY, Month Shahrewar, Complete

Flan, Obv:nur-ud-din jahangir shah akbar shah,Rev:persian month elahi date and

zarb with test mark both side,11.23g, 18.67 x 18.63m, (KM # 147.2), about very ine

and beautifully decorated on both the sides, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000 - 30,000

326

327. Agra Mint, Silver Rupee, Obverse & Reverse:”yaft”couplet, yaft dar agra ruye

zar zewar, az jahangir shah, shahe akbar,11.03g, 20.92mm, (KM # 149.1), about ex-

tremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000 - 20,000

327

328. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH(10)24/10 RY (01 RY Date Error), Month Am-

ardad, Obverse & Reverse:“ muzayyanbad” couplet, 11.35g, 21.16mm, about ex-

tremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

328

329. Ahmadabad Mint,Silver Rupee, AH (10)21/7 RY, Month Shahrewar, Obv:nur-

-ud-din jahangir shah akbar shah, Rev: persian month and zarb ahmadabad complete

visible,11.45g, 19.49mm, (KM # 145.2),about extremely ine and well decorated on

both sides, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

330. Ahmadnagar Mint, Silver Rupee,Obv: kalima shahada, zarb on left side bot-

tom, Rev: jahangir badshah ghazi, 11.40g, 18.89mm, (KM # 142.1), choice extremely

ine without any test mark.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

329

331. Akbarnagar Mint, Silver Rupee, Amardad month, Obv: jahangir shah akbar

shah,Rev:elahi month & zarb, 11.27g, 20.15mm, (KM # 149.7), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

330

332. Burhanpur Mint, Silver Rupee, Month Amardad, 14 RY, Obv:jahangir shah

akbar shah,Rev:elahi month & zarb, complete mint name burhanpur visible,11.41g,

19.97mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Rare.

Beautifully struck with loral designs and dotted motifs on both the sides.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

333. Delhi Mint, Silver Rupee, Month Khurdad, Obv: jahangir badshah

ghazi, Rev: elahi month and zarb, 11.20g, 19.48mm, (KM # 145.6), choice extremely

ine with appealing loral designs, Scarce

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

331

334. Elichpur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1015/2 RY, Obv: kalima shahada with bird

mark, Rev:jahangir badshah ghazi at bottom zarb elichpur,11.38g, 19.01mm,Unlisted

Type, uncircualted,Rare.

Bird is seen on the obverse, beautifully decorated with loral designs on both sides, crude

strike of supreme condition.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

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335. Jalnapur Mint, Silver Rupee, Obv: kalima shahada, at bottom left mint

name, Rev: jahangir badshah ghazi,test mark on both side,11.37g, 18.87mm, (KM #

141.6), about very ine and heavily decorated on both the sides with loral designs,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

335

336. Lahore Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1031/16 RY, Obverse & Reverse:“abre

ruye” couplet, with test mark on both side,11.39g, 21.61mm, (KM # 149.16), about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

337. Lahore Mint, Silver Rupee, 11 RY, Month Farwadin,Obv: nur ud din jahangir

shah akbar shah in lozenge star, Rev: elahi month and zarb, 11.27g, 22.02mm, (KM #

145.11), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

336

338. Patna Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1046/12 RY, Month Ardibihist,Obv:nur-ud-

din jahangir shah akbar shah ,Rev:elahi month & zarb,with tiny test mark, 11.33g,

19.00mm, (KM # 145.12), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

337

339. Qandahar Mint, Silver Rupee, 10 RY, Month Azar, Obv: jahangir shah akbar

shah,Rev:elahi month & zarb, with test mark, 11.36g, 21.34mm, (KM # 145.13), about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

338

340. Kashmir Mint, Silver Sawai Rupee (Jahangiri Rupee/ Heavy Weight), AH 1021,

Obverse & Reverse:“sakht nurani” couplet, 13.48g, 20.84mm, (KM # 155.3), about

extremely ine with loral details, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

339

341. Lahore Mint, Silver Rupee (Jahangiri), Heavy Weight, AH 1018/4 RY, Com-

plete and Broad Flan, Obverse & Reverse: “ta falak”couplet, bud har bad rawan ta

falak bood dar dawwr, sikka lahore ba naam shah jahangir, 13.85g, 26.06mm, (KM #

155.6), about extremely ine with no testing mark,Very Rare.

340

Heavily decorated with loral designs on both sides with complete dotted borders, lovely

specimen.

Estimate : ` 40,000-60,000

342. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Zodiac Rupee, 13 RY,”Zar Ahmadabad” cou-

plet, Obv:leo(lion) to left, at bottom sana julus,Rev: zar ahmadabad ra dad zewar, ja-

hangir shah shahanshah akbar,10.96g, 21.05mm, (KM # 150.11), about very ine, Very

Rare.

Estimate : ` 65,000-85,000

341

343. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Zodiac Rupee, AH 1027/13 RY, Obv:taurus(bull) fac-

ing right, at bottom sana 13 julus, Rev: jahangir badshah akbar badshah, at bottom

zarb ahmadabad, 11.38g, 19.93mm, (KM # 150.5), about extremely ine, Extremely

Rare.

Estimate : ` 2,50,000 - 3,50,000

342

344. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Zodiac Rupee, AH 1027/13 RY, “Zar

Ahmadabad”couplet, Obv: cancer(crab),at bottom sana julus, Rev: “zar ahmadabad

ra dad zewar, jahangir shah shahanshah akbar”,11.37g, 21.42mm, (KM #

150.10), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 2,00,000 - 3,00,000

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345. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee (Zodiac Rupee), AH 1027/13 RY, “zar

ahmadabad” Couplet, Obv:leo(lion), at bottom sana julus,Rev: “zar ahmadabad

ra dad zewar, jahangir shah shahanshah akbar”, 10.98g, 21.01mm, (KM #

150.11), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2,00,000 - 2,50,000

345

346. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Zodaic Rupee, Obv:gemini (twins), Rev: jahan-

gir badshah akbar badshah,zarb ahmadabad complete visible at bottom,11.22g,

19.08mm, (KM # 150.7), about very ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,75,000 - 2,50,000

Nurjahan

347. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 103X, Obverse & Reverse: “ sad ze-

war” couplet ‘ze hukam shahe jahangir yaft sad zewar, ba naame noorjahan badshah

begum zar’, 11.23g, 18.89mm, (KM # 168.2), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

348. Lahore, Silver Rupee AH 1035/20 RY, Obv: ze hukum jahangir yaft sad zewar,

banam nurjahan badshah begum zar,Rev: ah year and zarb lahore at bottom, 11.24g,

21.40mm, (KM # 168.4), about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

349. Surat Mint, Silver Rupee, 19 RY, Obverse & Reverse: “ sad zewar” couplet

‘ze hukam shahe jahangir yaft sad zewar, ba naame noorjahan badshah begum

zar’,11.32g, 20.11 mm, (KM # 168.6),about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

Shah Jahan, Shihab-ud-din Muhammad

(AH 1037-1068/1628-1658 AD)

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350. Surat Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, AH 1057, Obv: “kalima shahada in quarterfoil &

four khalifas name in margin, Rev:“saheb-e-qiran sani” in margin, shahjahan badshah

ghazi in square, 5.66g, 18.28mm, (KM # 217.1), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

351. Ujjain Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Obv:kalima shahda at bottom mint name, Rev: sa-

heb-e-qiran sani badshah ghazi, 5.69g,  17.43mm,  (KM # 213.4), about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

352. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1038, Obv: kalima shahada, at bottom zarb

& sana hijri,Rev:“saheb-e-qiran sani”, muhammad shah jahan badshah ghazi,11.25g,

22.89mm, (KM # 224.1), about extremely ine and complete details on the coin, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

353. Akbarabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1038/31 RY, Complete

Flan, Obv:kalima shahada in octofoil around four khalifas name around, Rev:shah-

jahan badshah ghazi in octofoil, shihab-ud-din muhammad saheb-e-qiran sani around,

mint name dar-ul-khilafa akbarabad, 11.39g, 25.00mm, (KM # 232.4), almost uncir-

cualted, Very Rare.

Complete details on both the sides, overall exceptional quality.

Estimate : ` 12,000 - 15,000

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354. Akabarabad Mint, Silver Rupee, Obv:kalima shahada around four khalifas

name,Rev: ‘saheb-e-qirani sani’ shahjahan badshshah ghazi in four lines,11.32g,

23.16mm, (KM # 227.2), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

355. Akbarnagar Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1045/9 RY Obv: kalima shahada around

four khalifas name, spear/sword mint mark?, Rev: saheb-e-qiran sani badshah ghazi,

zarb at left,11.41g, 22.25mm, (KM # 235.4), about extremely ine, Rare.

Spear/Sword is clearly seen in obverse.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

354

356. Bhilsa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1052/16 RY, Obv:kalima shahada in center,

four khalifas name in margin, Rev: “saheb-e-qiran sani” shihab-ud-din muhammad

shahjahan badshah ghazi, 11.45g, 20.58mm, (KM # 235.8),about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

355

357. Burhanpur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1038/Ahad, Obv: kalima shahada, Rev: “sa-

heb-e-qiran sani” muhammad shahjahan badshah ghazi,11.37g, 23.04mm, (KM #

224.8), about toned UNC with lovely loral designs and dotted motifs,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

356

358. Daulatabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (10)54/18 RY, Obv:“kalima shahada”

in square & four khalifas name in margin, Rev: “saheb-e-qiran sani”, shihab-ud-din

muhammad in margin, shahjahan badshah ghazi in square, 11.35g, 21.78mm, (KM #

235.10),about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

357

359. Delhi Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1037, Obv:kalima shahada, at bottom

zarb, Rev:shahjahan badshah ghazi, saheb e qiran sani, 11.5g, 21.07mm, (KM #

224.9), Date unlisted,about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

358

360. Fathabad Dharur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1041/4 RY, Obv: kalima shahaba,

Zarb at bottom hijiri year,Rev: saheb-e-qiran sani shahjahan badshah ghaz,10.91g,

22.93mm, (KM # 222.17), about ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

361. Golkonda Mint, Silver Rupee,Obv: kalima shahada below mint name, Rev: sa-

heb-e-qiran sani, unusual sun mint mark, unusual persian legend, decorated loral 

mint marks, some shrof testing mark,11.3g, 21.38mm, Unlisted Type, about very

ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

359

362. Jahangirnagar, Silver Rupee, Obv: kalima shahada below zarb & persian

month, Rev: saheb-e-qiran sani badshah ghazi, 11.35g, 20.45mm, (KM # 224.10),

about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

360

363. Katak Mint,Silver Rupee,AH 1069/32 RY, Obv: kalima sahahada in

square, sword at bottom of sana hijri left side, Rev: “saheb-e-qiran sani” shahjahan

badshah ghazi, 11.31g, 21.88mm, Unlisted in KM, about very ine,VeryRare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

361

364. Lahore Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1047/10 RY, Crude Type, Obv:kalima sha-

hada around four khalifas name, Rev: saheb-e- qiran sani shahjahan badshah ghazi,

zarb at bottom,11.16g, 22.29mm, (KM # 235.17), about extremely ine with no testing

mark, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

362

365. Multan Mint, Silver Rupee,Obv: kalima shahada in circle, four khalifas around

& persian month, Rev: saheb-e-qiran sani badshah ghazi, zarb at bottom, all in four

lines 11.49g, 21.71mm, (KM # 227.8), about extremely ine with loral and dotted motifs

on both sides, Scarce.

Beautifully struck in crude style with loral designs, very attractive.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

363

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366. Patna Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1042/5 RY, Month Aban,Obv:kalima shahada, at

bottom persian month and zarb,Rev: shah jahan badshah ghazi, 11.38g, 23.48mm, (KM

# 224.16), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

367. Pattan Deo, Silver Rupee, AH 1049/10 RY, Obv: kalima shahada around four khal-

ifas name, Rev: saheb-e-qiran sani badshah ghazi, zarb at left,11.47g, 23.50mm, (KM

# 235.21), about extremely ine with no testing mark,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

366

368. Surat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1027(1067)/31 RY(Error date AH), Obv:kali-

ma shahada in circle,Rev:saheb-e-qiran sani badshah ghazi, zarb in margin11.43g,

24.37mm, (KM # 228.5), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

367

369. Ujjain Mint, Silver Rupee,Obv: kalima shahada in square & four khalifas name

in margin,Rev: shah jahan badshah ghazi in square, around saheb-e-qiran sani, zarb at

left,11.03g, 20.75mm, (KM # 235.24),about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

368

370. Akbarabad Mint, Gold Mohur, Kalima Type, AH 1043/6 RY, Obv:kalima sha-

hada in quaterfoil, around four khalifas name, Rev:shahjahan badshah ghazi, saheb-

e-qiran sani, zarb at bottom, in all the four lines,10.8g, 24.00mm, unlisted type , about

extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 2,50,000 - 3,50,000

371. Akbarabad Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1051/14 RY, Obv:kalima shahada in quarter-

foil & four khalifas name in margin, Rev:shahjahan badshah ghazi in quarterfoil, zarb

akbarabad in margin,  10.79g, 22.77mm, (KM # 258.1), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 65,000-75,000

369

372. Daulatabad Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1052, Obv: kalima shahada in quarterfoil &

four khalias name in margin, Rev: mint name & saheb-e-qiran sani, shahjahan badshah

ghazi in quarterfoil,10.72g, 20.69mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 75,000-85,000

370

373. Mint Out of Flan, Gold Mohur, Obv: kalima shahada within dotted sqaure, Rev:s

hahjahan badshah ghazi within doted square, 10.99g,  19.75mm,  about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 50,000-55,000

Murad Bakhsh (AH 1068/1658 AD)

374. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, Ahad RY, Obv:kalima shahada & four khalifas

namearound, Rev: abul muzafarmurawwij-ud-din muhammad murad bakhsh badshah

ghazi, 11.52g, 23.08mm, (KM # 272.1), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Dotted motifs on both the sides.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

375. Khanbayat Mint, Silver Rupee,Obv:kalima shahada & four khalifas

namearound, Rev: abul muzafarmurawwij ud din muhammad murad bakhsh badshah

ghazi, 11.54g, 22.08mm, (KM # A272.2), about extremely ine with no testing mark,

choice extrmeley ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

376. Surat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1068/Ahad RY, “IRS” Couplet, Obv:kalima sha-

hada, zarb surat at bottom,Rev:giraft irs ze saheb-e-qiran shah e jahani, murad bakhsh

shah muhammad sikandar e sani, 11.50g, 22.68mm, (KM # 271.1), about extremely

ine. Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000 - 30,000

371

372

374

376

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Shah Shuja (AH 1068-1070)

377. Patna Mint, SilverRupee, AH 1068/Ahad RY, Obv: kalima shahada inscription La ilaha ilal Allah, Muhammadar Rasul Al-

lah with dotted motifs and leaf designs within the square, four khalifas name in margin around Rev: “shah shuja muhammadi badshah

ghazi” in square & abul zafar nasr ud din muhammad saheb-e- qiran sani, regnal year ahad completely visible, mint name out of lan in

left margin with single nukta of Persian nun from Patna is seen,11.19g, 21.62mm, (KM # 276.1, Zeno # 137500), choice extremely ine,

Exceedingly Rare.

One of the die-identical specimen of Patna mint is uploaded on zeno website viz. coin no #137500, where complete mint name Patna is visible at

left margin on the reverse side, and on the obverse “kalima shahada in square is written with the dotted motifs and leaf is seen just under the word

“ALLAH” (in Arabic) in last line within the square”. If we compare both examples we see much better obverse on the specimen ofered here in

the sale which has same dotted motifs and leaf is seen much clearer under the word “ALLAH” (in Arabic). Now on the reverse of zeno’s

example we could clearly read out the zarb patna at left margin, if that is compared with this specimen then the single nukta of persian nun is

seen but the remaining letters went of lan which no where makes this specimen less than of zeno’s Patna because this is the only 2nd example

of such type. We have reconstructed the of lan letters of mint and displayed it for the reference of collectors.

Shah Shuja who lived from 23rd June 1616 –7th February 1661 was the second of the four sons of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan and Empress

Mumtaz Mahal. Shah Shuja was the second of the four sons of Shah Jahan, the eldest being Dara Shikoh, followed by Aurangzeb and Murad

Bakhsh. All four sons held posts as governors during their father’s reign. Shah Shuja was appointed by Shah Jahan as the Governor of the Bengal

& was stationed at Rajmahal (Akbarnagar). He was the irst to claim the throne & marched at the head of army towards Delhi. When Shah Jahan

fell ill, a power struggle ensued between the four brothers, Shuja crowned himself emperor and took imperial titles, the Khutba was read and

coins were struck at Patna and Akbarnagar.

With Aurangzeb’s burgeoning strength and domination over the other brothers, Aurangzeb marched from Punjab to the east where Shah Shuja’s

army was routed. Shuja led to Arakan where he perished but he irst arrived at Chittagong and stayed for some time, from where he took the land

route to Arakan which is still called Shuja Road and died near Mrauk-U, Arakan.

The entire period from AH 1068–AH 1070 where we ind the coins of Shah Shuja, Murad Baksh, Aurangzeb of the same dates is very interesting.

Till date it is not conirmed that for how long the Shah Shuja has ruled as a Mughal Ruler because the coins have appeared with the 

single date.

One of the highest rarity in Mughal rupees and ofered for the irst time in any auction, only Akbarnagar mints are ofered earlier in all 

auctions. An important specimen with original mud deposits on the surface as it is.

Estimate : ` 7,00,000 - 9,00,000

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Aurangzeb Alamgir Muhayyi-ud-din (AH1068-1118/1658-1707AD)

378. Aurangabad Mint, Silver 1/8 Rupee, AH 1071, Obverse & Reverse: “abul za-

far” couplet, 1.28g, 11.49mm, Unlisted Type,about extremely ine,Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 50,000-70,000

378

379. Burhanpur Mint, Silver 1/8 Square Rupee,Obv:“badr munir” cou-

plet, Rev:sana julus zarb, 1.40g, 9.94 x 9.83mm, (KM # 292.4), about extremely ine,

Very Rare.

Superb crude strike with almost compelte details of the couplet and mint, stunning

specimen.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

379

380. Ajmer Dar-ul-Khair Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1112/44 RY, Obv:”badr mu-

nir” couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.31g, 23.19mm, (KM # 300.5), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

381. Akbarabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1091/24 RY, Obv: “abul zafar” legend

muhiuddin muhammad aurangazeb bahadur in margin, alamgir badshah ghazi in

square, Rev: in centre: zarb akbarabad, in margin: sana julus memanat manus, 11.36g,

20.49mm, (KM # 298.1), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

380

381

382. Bhakkar Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1082/15 RY, Obv:“badr munir” Cou-

plet, Rev: sana julus, zarb at bottom, rosette motif, 11.24g, 21.59mm, Unlisted

Tye, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4500

383. Burhanpur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1102/34 RY, Broad Flan, Crude

Strike, Obv:“badr munir”couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb,(KM # 300.24), aboutex-

tremely ine with dotted motiies on bothsides, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

382

384. Chinapattan Mint, Silver Rupee, 50 RY, Obv: “badr munir” couplet, Rev:sana

julus zarb at bottom, 11.47g, 23.28mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

383

385. Gulkanda Mint, Silver Rupee, 5 RY, Obv: “badr munir” couplet,Rev: sana julus

zarb, 10.74g, 21.92mm, (KM # 300.28), about extremely ine with dotted motifs on both

sides, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

384

386. Islamabad (Mathura) Mint, Silver Rupee, 30 RY, Obv: badr munir cou-

plet, Rev: sana julus, manus memanat & zarb islamabad at bottom, 11.45g,

22.18mm, (KM # 300.35), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

387. Junagadh Mint, Silver Rupee, Crude Type, Obv:“badr munir” cou-

plet, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.54g, 22.46mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

385

388. Kanbayat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1113/45 RY, Broad Flan,Obv:“badr mu-

nir”couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb at bottom,11.54g, 24.73mm, (KM # 300.51), choice

extremely ine with dotted motifs on both side, very attractive.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

386

389. Machchlipatan,Silver Rupee, AH 1111/44 RY,Broad Flan, Obv: “badr munir”

couplet, Rev:sana julus, zarb at bottom, 11.46g, 23.50mm, Unlisted Type, about ex-

tremely ine with loral motifs on both sides, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

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390. Machchlipatan, Silver Rupee, AH 1111/43 RY, Broad Flan, Obv: “badr mu-

nir” couplet, Rev: sana julus, zarb at bottom, complete mint name visible in bot-

tom,11.51g, 25mm, (KM # 300.55), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4500

391. Patna Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1113/46 RY, Obv:“ badr munir” couplet, Rev: sana

julus zarb at bottom,11.50g, 21.32mm, (KM # 300.71), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1600

390

392. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-KhilafatMint, Silver Rupee, AH 1100/32 RY, Obv:“badr

munir” couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.39g, 23.26mm, (KM # 300.81), choice ex-

tremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

391

393. Saharanpur, Silver Rupee, AH 1097/30 RY, Obv: “badr munir” cou-

plet, Rev: sana julus, zarb at bottom, 11.23g, 22.18mm, (KM # 300.77), about very

ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

392

394. Surat Mint, Silver Rupee, 15 RY, Obv: “badr munir” couplet,Rev:sana julus

zarb,11.42g, 24.22mm, Unlisted Type, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

395. Zafarabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1077/10 RY, Obv: abul zafar muhayyi-ud-din

muhammad bahadur aurangzeb alamgir badshah ghazi, Rev: zarb julus sana manus

memanat, 11.11g, 22.65mm, (KM # 300.93), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

393

396. Ahsanabad Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1115/47 RY, Obv: “mihr munir” cou-

plet, ‘sikka zad-dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana hi-

jri, Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.96g, 21.17mm, (KM # 315.3), about extremely ine, Rare

Mint.

Estimate : ` 65,000-75,000

394

397. Alamgirpur Mint, Gold Mohur, 3 RY, Obv: “mihr munir” couplet ‘sikka zad-

dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana hijri, Rev:sana julus zarb

alamgirpur, 11.01g, 20.07mm, (KM # 315.66), about very ine+.

Estimate : ` 40,000-50,000

398. Gulbarga Mint, Gold Mohur, 31RY, Obv: “mihr munir”couplet ‘sikka zad-

dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana hijri, Rev: sana julus

zarb, 10.94g, 20.47mm,(KM # 315.19), about extremely ine, Rare.

Coins from Mints of South India are always tough to ind.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

395

399. Gulkanda Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1086/29 RY, Obv: “mihr munir” couplet, ‘sik-

ka zad-dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana hijri, Rev: sana

julus zarb gulbarga which is completely visible, 10.96g, 19.30mm, (KM # 315.18, RY

unlisted), about extremely ine with dotted motifs, Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-50,000

396

400. Jahangirnagar (Dacca) Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1114/47 RY, Obv:“mihr mu-

nir” couplet, ‘sikka zad-dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana

hijri, , Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.1g, 19.88mm, (KM # 315.23), about extremely ine with

dotted motifs on both sides, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 50,000-60,000

397

401. Kabul Dar-ul-Mulk Mint, Gold Mohur, AH1110/43 RY, Obv: “badr mu-

nir” couplet, ‘sikka zad-dar jahan chu badr munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana

hijri, Rev: sana julus zarb,11.00g, 21.81mm, (KM # 315.61), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 65,000 - 85,000

398

399

401

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402. Kanbayat Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1110/43 RY, Obv: “mihr munir” couplet ‘sik-

ka zad-dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana hijri, Rev: sana

julus zarb, 11.02g, 22.48mm, (KM # 315.26) Hijiri date unlisted, about extremely ine

with dotted motifs, Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000 - 50,000

402

403. Khujista Bunyad Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1111/44 RY, Obv: “mihr munir” cou-

plet, ‘sikka zad-dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana hi-

jri, Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.91g, 20.78mm, (KM # 315.30), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 40,000 - 50,000

404. Patna Mint, Gold Mohur, 19RY, Obv: “mihr munir” couplet, ‘sikka zad-dar

jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana hijri, Rev: sana julus zarb at

bottom, 11.01g, 17.90mm, (KM # 315.40), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 55,000-65,000

403

405. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilaf Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1105/37 RY, Obv: “mihr

munir” couplet, ‘sikka zad-dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’,

sana hijri, Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.89g, 21.09mm, (KM # 315.42), about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 42,000-45,000

404

406. Sholapur Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1081/15 RY, Inverted Rotation, Obv:“mihr mu-

nir couplet,” ‘sikka zad-dar jahan chu mehre munir, shah aurangzeb alamgir’, sana

hijri,Rev:sana on top, zarb at bottom, 10.94g, 20.39mm, about unc with motifs,Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

407. Surat Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1089/22 RY, Obv: “mihr munir” couplet, Rev: sana

julus zarb, complete mint name surat visible, beautiul dotted motifs, 11.05g,

23.38mm, (KM # 315.58), about uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-50,000

405

Azam Shah (AH 1118-1119/1707 AD)

408. Khujista Bunyad Mint,Silver Rupee, AH 1119/Ahad RY, Obv: “ba daulat o-jah” cou-

plet, ‘sikka zad-dar jahan ba daulat-o-jah, bad shahe mumalik, azam shah’, sana hi-

jri Rev:julus-e-ashraf sana and zarb (khujista bunyad) at bottom, 11.37g, 23.07mm, (KM

# 332.4), about very ine with test mark on both side, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 75,000-95,000

406

Kam Bakhsh (AH 1119-1120/1707-1708 AD)

409. Bijapur Dar-Uz-Zafar Mint, Copper Paisa, In the name of‘Din Panah’( the title of

kam bakhsh), 13.69g, 19.5mm, (KM # 335), about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10000

407

Shah Alam Bahadur (AH 1119-1124/1707-1712AD)

410. Surat Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Obv: sikka shah alam badshah ghazi, Rev:sana

julus zarb,5.62g, 19.53mm, (KM # 343.1), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

408

411. Ajmer Mustaqir-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 112X/3 RY, Obv:sik-

ka mubarak badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb on top,11.45g, 21.73mm, (KM #

348.4), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

409

412. Chinapattan Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1119/Ahad RY, Obv:sikka mubarak

badhsh ghazi, Rev:sana julus zarb chinapattan, complete mint name visible, 11.38g,

23.74mm,about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

413. Itawa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1119/Ahad RY, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.34g, 27.71mm, (KM # 347.8), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1600-1800

410

411

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414. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1123/5 RY, Obv:sik-

ka shah alam bahadur badshah ghazi,Rev:sana mubarak & zarb on top,11.77g, 

21.56mm, (KM # 347.18), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

415. Surat Mint, Silver Rupee, Ahad RY, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.43g, 23.51mm, (KM # 348.34), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

414

416. Burhanpur Dar-us-Surur Mint, Gold Mohur, 2 RY, Obv:sikka mubarak shah

alam bahadur badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb burhanpur, 10.93g, 20.64mm, (KM

# 356.3), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000-50,000

415

417. Burhanpur Mint, Gold Mohur, Ahad RY, Obv:sikka mubarak shah alam baha-

dur badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb,11.00g, 21.64mm, (KM # 356.3), aboutUNC,

Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 60,000-70,000

418. Khujista Bunyad Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1123/5 RY, Obv:sikka-e-mubarak shah

alam bahadur badshah ghazi, Rev: manus memanat sana julus, zarb khujista bunyad

at bottom, 10.89g, 21.09mm, (KM # 356.7), about extremely ine, specimen has lovely

loral designs, Rare.

Estimate : ` 55,000-65,000

416

419. Lahore Dar-ul-SultanatMint, Gold Mohur, AH 1124/6 RY, Obv:sikka mubarak

shah alam bahadur badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.50g, 19.52mm, (KM #

354.2), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 45,000-50,000

417

Jahandar Shah (AH1124/1712AD)

420. Itawa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1124/Ahad RY, Obv:”saheb-e-qiran

sani”, Rev:sana julus & zarb at bottom, 11.30g, 24.80mm,(KM # 364.12), about very

ine.

Estimate : ` 2200-2500

418

421. Elichpur, AH 1124/Ahad RY, Obv:abul fath couplet, Rev:sana julus, zarb eli-

chpur at bottom, complete mint name is visible 11.41g, 23.03mm, about unc, very

attractive, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

419

422. Kanbayat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1124/Ahad RY, Obv: “abul fatah” cou-

plet,Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.37g,  23.88mm, (KM # 363.15), about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

423. Lahore Dar-ul-Sultanat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 112X/Ahad RY, Obv:“abul

fath” couplet,Rev:sana julus at bottom, 11.29g, 20.50mm, (KM # 363.17), about very

ine.

Estimate : ` 4000-4500

420

424. Surat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (11)24/ Ahad RY, Obv & Rev: “Abul-fath” couplet

type,11.52g, 23.19mm, (KM # 363.22), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

421

425. Khujista Bunyad Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1124/Ahad RY, Obv: “abul fath”cou-

plet, Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.89g, 21.02mm, (KM# 368.5), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 95,000 - 1,15,000

422

424

425

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426. Shahjahanabad Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1124/Ahad RY, Obv: “abul fath” cou-

plet, Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.8g, 21.13mm, (KM # 368.6), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 65,000-75,000

427. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-khilafat Mint,Gold Mohur, AH1124, Crude

Strike,Obv: “abul fath” couplet,Rev: sana julus, zarb at middle, epithet name at bot-

tom, 11.0g, 20.82mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,50,000

426

Farrukhsiyar (AH1124-1131/1713-1719 AD)

427

428. Akbarabad Mustaqir-ul-mulk Mint, Silver Rupee, 3 RY, Obv: badshah

bahr-o-barr, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.40g, 21.62mm, (KM # 377.5),about very

ine. Extremely Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

428

429. Allahabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (11)27/3 RY,Obv: “badshah bahr-o-

barr” couplet,Rev: sana julus zarb,11.51g, 21.62mm, (KM # 377.9), about extremely

ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

430. Itawa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1129/6 RY,Broad Flan,Obv:badshah“bahr-o-

barr” couplet,Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.22 g, 26.66 mm, (KM # 377.34), about extreme-

ly ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

429

431. Kanbayat Mint, Silver Rupee, 3 RY, Obv: badshah “bahr-o-barr” cou-

plet,Rev:sana julus zarb at bottom, 11.57g, 22.17mm, (KM # 377.41), about extremely

ine.

Estimate : ` 1400-1800

430

432. Kankurti Mint, Silver Rupee, Obv:”badshah bahr-o-barr”couplet, Rev: al ma-

nus sana julus, maimanet,11.29g, 22.12mm, (KM # 377.38),about very ine, dotted

motifs on both sides, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

431

433. Lahore Dar-ul-sultanat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1125/ 2 RY, Obv: “badshah bahr-

o-barr” couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb on top, 11.34g, 22.17mm, (KM # 377.43), about

extremely ine, loral motifs designs at reverse.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

434. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1129/6 RY, Broad

Flan, Obv: bahr-o-barr couplet, Rev: sana zarb julus, 11.37g, 25.20mm, (KM #

377.55), about extremely ine, very attractive,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

432

435. Shakola Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1129/6 RY, Obv: badshah “bahr-o-barr” cou-

plet,Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.28g, 22.58mm, (KM # 377.83), about extremely ine, Very

Rare.

Estimate : ` 12000-15000

433

436. Imtiyazgarh (Adoni) Mint, Gold Pagoda, Ahad RY, Obv:badshah farukhsi-

yar, Rev: zarb & ahad RY,3.34g, 11.06mm, (KM # 385.3), Date Unlisted in KM, about

extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 16,000-18,000

437. Haidarabad Mint, Gold Mohur, 3RY, Obv: “badshah bahr-o-barr “cou-

plet, Rev:sana julus zarb on top, 10.99g, 21.01mm, (KM # 390.15), about extremely

ine with loral motifs on both sides, Rare.

Estimate : ` 50,000-70,000

434

435

437

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438. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-KhilafaMint, Gold Mohur, AH 1125/Ahad RY, Foral Mo-

tif, Obv: “badshah bahr-o-barr” couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb,10.87g, 19.86mm, (KM

# 390.30), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

Rai-ud-Darjat (AH 1131/AD 1719)

438

439. Murshidabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1131/Ahad RY, Obv: “shahenshah-e-Dad-

gir” couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.33g, 21.43mm, (KM # 405.16),about extremely

ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

439

440. Multan Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1131/Ahad RY, Obv:sikka mubarak badhshah

ghazi, Rev:sana julus zarb, 10.96g, 22.22mm, (KM # 405.15), about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

Shah Jahan II, Rai-ud-Daula (AH 1131/1719 AD)

440

441. Azimabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1131/ Ahad, Broad Flan, Obv:sikka mubarak

shah jahan badshah ghazi, Rev:sana julas zarb,11.52g, 24.37mm, (KM # 415.5), about

extremely ine, heavily decorated with dotted motifs, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

442. Multan Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1131/Ahad RY, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb, complete mint name visible, 11.26g, 22.44mm, (KM #

415.19), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

441

443.Murshidabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1131/Ahad RY, Obv:sikka mubarak

badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.13g, 22.72mm, (KM # 415.21), about very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

442

444. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (11)31/Ahad

RY, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.84g, 23.25mm, (KM

# 415.23), about extremely ine with loral designs, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

445. Surat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (11)31/Ahad RY, Broad Flan, Obv:sikka mubarak

badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.43g, 26.46mm, (KM # 415.24), about very ine

with dotted motifs on both sides.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

443

446. Tatta Mint, Silver Rupee, AH1131/Ahad RY, Obv:“ba amn-o-aman” cou-

plet, Rev:sana julus, zarb at bottom,10.87g, 21.04mm, (KM # 413.3), about very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

444

Muhammad Ibrahim (AH 1132-1133/1720 AD)

447. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, Ahad RY, Counter Struck &

test Mark, Obverse & Reverse: “ba fazle karim”couplet, 11.22g, 20.85mm, (KM #

426.1), ine condition, Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

445

448. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 113X/ Ahad RY, Counter

Sruck, Obv: “ba fazle kareem” couplet, Rev: mint name shahjahanbad (dar-ul-khila-

fa), 11.33g, 22.32mm, (KM # 426.1), about ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 16,000 - 20,000

446

448

447

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449. Akhtar Nagar Awadh Mint , Silver Rupee, AH 1158/28 RY, Obv:sikka mub-

harak badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb,11.27g, 23.36mm, (KM #436.11), (hijri

year unlisted), about very ine with loral designs, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

449

450. Arkat Mint, Silver Rupee, 5 RY, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah ghazi,Rev:sana

julus zarb,11.35g, 23.27mm, (KM # 436.7),about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

451. Gwalior Mint, Silver Rupee, Unusual Oval Flan, AH 1133/2 RY, Obv: sikka

mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.32g, 26.04mm, (KM # 436.25), Dou-

ble Hammered, about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-5500

450

452. Itawa, Silver Rupee, AH 113X/ Ahad RY, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi,

Rev: Sana Julus Zarb Itawa,complete mint name at bottom, 11.49g, 24.55mm. (KM#

436.29), about extremely fIne.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

451

453. Kankurti Mint, Silver Rupee, 1X RY, Complete Mint Name on bottom of re-

verse, 11.23g, 22.02mm, (KM # 436.35), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

454. Kora Mint, Silver Rupee, 21 RY, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah ghazi,Rev:sana

julus zarb, 11.33g, 23.68mm, (KM # 436.39), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

452

455. Peshawar Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 11XX/14 RY, Obv: sikka mubarak bad-

shah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.31g, 21.63mm, (KM # 436.50), about extremely

ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 6500-7500

456. Shahabad Qanauj Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 11XX/15 RY, Obv:sikka mubarak

badshah ghazi, Rev:sana julus and zarb, 11.25g, 22.91mm, (KM # 436.52),about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

453

457. Shahjahanabad Dar-Ul-Khilafat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 114X/19 RY, Obv:sik-

ka mubarak saheb-e-qirani sani badshah ghazi, Rev:sana julus zarb,11.3g,

22.32mm, (KM # 437.4), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1000-1200

454

458. Guti Mint, Gold Pagoda, Obv: badshah mahammad shah,Rev: zerb guti, 2.73g, 

10.86mm, (KM # E440.2), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 27,000 - 32,000

459. Burhanpur Dar-Us-SururMint, Gold Mohur, 17 RY, Obv:sikka mubarak bad-

shah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.00g, 20.50mm, (KM # 438.6),about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 38,000 - 42,000

455

460. Muhammadabad Banaras, Gold Mohur, 20 RY, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.37g, 23.99mm, (KM # 438.5),about extremelly ine with

dotted motifs, Rare.

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

456

457

460

459

458

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461. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-khilafa Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 115X/21RY, Obv: sik-

ka mubarak “saheb-e-qiran sani” badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.84g,

19.24mm,(KM # 439.4), about uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-50,000

461

462. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-khilafa Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 115X/21RY, Obv: sik-

ka mubarak “saheb-e-qiran sani” badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.84g,

20.67mm,(KM # 439.4), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 40,000-50,000

Ahmad Shah Bahadur (AH 1161-1167/1748-1754AD)

462

463. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 116X/Ahad RY, Obv:sikka mubarak

badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, complete mint name seen in the coin 11.41g,

24.6mm, (KM # 446.18), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

464. Bareli Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1164/4 RY, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi,Rev: julus sana zarb, 11.30g, 22.54mm, (KM# 446.21), about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

463

465. Farrukhabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 11XX/5 RY, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi, Rev:sana julus zarb & mint mark, 11.02g, 23.94mm, (KM # 446.23), about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

464

466. Kankurti Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (11)64/Ahad RY, “ba fazle elah Cou-

plet”, Obv: sikka-e-zad dar jahan ba fazle elah, shah alam panah ahmad shah,cou-

plet, Rev: sana julus almanus, zarb kankurti beautifully hammered, mint name fully

visible with all nuktas, 11.5g, 21.46mm,Unlisted, about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

465

467. Azimabad Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1165/4 RY, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi,Rev:sana julus zarb,11.02g, 17.06mm, (Date Unlisted in KM), about extremely

ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,75,000

466

Alamgir II Aziz-ud-din (AH1167-1173/1754-1759 AD)

1.5x

468. Azimabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1168/Ahad RY, Obv: sikka mubarak bad-

shah ghazi,Rev:sana julus zarb and trident mint mark, 11.40g, 20.51mm, (KM #

460.5), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

469. Kankurti Mint, Silver Rupee, Ahad RY, 11.41g, 20.00mm, Obv: sikka mubarak

badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, (KM # 460.42), about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 3200-3700

467

470. Shahajahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, Crude Strike, AH 1170/4

RY, “taban Couplet”, Obv:sikka-i-zad bar haft kishwar humchun taban mihr-o-mah,

shah azizuddin alamgir, ghazi padishah,Rev: zar dar-ul-khilafa shahjahanabad, 11.26g,

23.41mm, (KM # 457.1), choice extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

468

471. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 1171/5 RY, “taban”cou-

plet, Obv: sikka-i-zad bar haft kishwar humchun taban mihr-o-mah shah azizud-

din alamgir, ghazi padishah, Rev: sana julus zarb on top, 10.82g, 20.75mm, (KM #

466.1), uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000-50,000

469

471

470

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472. Surat Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Ahad RY, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb,5.71g, 15.6mm, (KM # 470.3), about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

472

473. Azimabad, Silver Rupee, AH 1174/Ahad RY, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah

ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb & trident mint mark,11.46g, 21.73mm, (KM # 475.2), about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

473

474. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1173/Ahad RY, Obv:sik-

ka mubarak badshah ghazi,Rev:sana julus, zarb on top,11.31g, 21.00mm, (KM #

475.3), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

475. Surat Mint, Gold Mohur, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus

zarb, 11.07g, 21.70mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 90,000-110,000

474

Shah Alam II (AH 1174-1221-1759-1806 AHAD)

476. Akbarabad Mint, Copper Paisa, AH 1218, Obv:badshah ghazi, Rev:pistol and

mint name, 9.53g, 19.47mm, (KM # 550), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-4500

475

477. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, AH XXX8/7

RY, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb, 5.40g, 17.67mm, (KM #

705), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

476

478. Shahjahanabad Mint, Silver Nazarana Rupee, AH 1209/37 RY, Ze-tayid elah

couplet,Obv: “sikka zad sahab qirani ze tayeed-e-elah,hami dine mohammad, shah

alam badshah” with royal umbrella and leaf symbols, Rev: sana julus zarb shah-

janabad, graded & slabbed by NGC as AU 55, only one piece graded so far, Extremely

Rare.

Estimate : ` 2,50,000 - 3,00,000

477

479. Azimabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 4 RY, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev:sana

julus zarb & trident mint mark, 11.31g, 23.06mm, (KM # 592), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

480. Muzafargarh  Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 121X/42 RY, “ze tayid elah”cou-

plet,Obv: sikka zad sahab qirani ze tayeed-e-elah, hami dine mohammad, shah

alam padshah,Rev:sana julus zarb,11.04g, 22.25mm, (KM # 669), about extremely

ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

481. Shahjahanabad Dar ul Khilafat Mint , Silver Rupee, AH 1198/25 RY, Obv: “saya-

e-fazle-elah” couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.40g, 22.31mm, (KM # 709.2), choice

extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

482. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1205/32 RY, “Za tayid

elah” couplet, Obv: “sikka zad sahab qirani ze tayeed-e-elah,hami dine muhammad,

shah alam badshah”, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.20g, 21.85mm, Unlisted Type, about

uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

478

481

479

482

480

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483. Saharanpur Dar-us-Surur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1204/31 RY, Obv: “saya-e-fa-

zle elah”couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb, left of the RY star mark,11.20g, 21.68mm, (KM

# 675), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

484. Gold 1/2 Fanam, Mintless Type, Obv:shah gohar ghazi,Rev:uniface, 0.17g, 

6.08mm,about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1400-1800

483

485. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-khilafa Mint, Gold Mohur, AH (11)83/11 RY, Obv: “saya-

e-fazle elah” couplet,Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.83g, 19.31mm, (KM # 719),about ex-

tremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 42,000 - 45,000

484

Bedar Bakht

486. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1202/29 RY, In the name ofShah Alam

II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet,Rev:sana julus, zarb, sword mark at bot-

tom, 11.18g, 22.18mm, (KM # 738), about uncirculated, Extremely Rare.

This type of coins believed to be struck at city named Ahamadabad in some where

Northern part of India, and not at Ahamadabad, then the capital of Gujarat Province.

Issued by Bedar Bakht at the begining of his rebellion before placing his own name on

coinage.The last in inferior condition than this specimen was sold by in 2012 for Rs.

35000.

Estimate : ` 25,000 - 35,000

485

487. Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (120)2/29 RY, In the name of

Shah Alam II, Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev:sana julus, zarb on top, sword

mark at bottom,11.25g, 20.75mm, (KM # 738), choice extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

486

Issued by Bedar Bakht at the begining of his rebellion before placing his own name on

coinage.

Estimate : ` 35,000 - 40,000

487

Muhammad Akbar II (AH 1202/03/ 1788 AD)

488. Prince Muhammad Akbar II (1st Reign) , Sri Hardwar Mint, Silver Rupee, (AH 1202)/Ahad RY, struck during the irst princely reign,

when Akbar II was placed on the throne by the Rohilla Ghulam Qadir. Mughal coins struck in the name of the pretender Muhammad Akbar, at

Hardwar, “hami-e-deen” couplet, Obv: sikka zad dar jahan ze fazle elah, hami-e-dine muhammad akbar shah, Rev: sana julus & zarb, mint

name readable as (sr)(i)(har)(dwar) sri hardwar on top, 11.15g, 22.29mm, Unlisted Type (JONS 175, page 23 – Dr Shailendra Bhandare),

choice extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

This specimen is of the variety with a circle left to the Ahad.

Muhammad Akbar was elevated to the throne as a puppet by Ghulam Qadir on 15th October 1788. He led Delhi only two days later, in the wake

of the Marathas attacking and entering Delhi, taking the king with him. He attempted to reach Ghausgarh, but probably never managed to reach

the place having been intercepted by Maratha army under Mahadaji Sindhia several times. After being on the run for two months, he was inally

caught on 19th December, brought to Delhi and executed after prolonged torture and mutilation.

It is very interesting to note that the emperor has left us a written record of the fact that Khutba was read and coins were struck in both gold and

silver for such a short reign and that both such coins have been discovered. For detailed discussion of the event and coinage of the puppets see the

article by Dr Shailendra Bhandare “Muhammad Akbar: A pawn in politics: the irst reign” ONS Newsletter 175, Spring 2003 from page 18-30.

As described in the beginning, the irst reign of Muhammad Akbar was identiied irst through his coins, white head noted the coins dated 1202-

1203 AH, struck in the name of muhammad akbar bearing his irst regional year.

Coins in the name of the puppet Muhammad Akbar are known from four mints - Shahjahanabad, Ahmedabad, Hardwar and Saharanpur. Out of

that “Sri Hardwar” is extremely rare and ofered for the irst time in any auction in India.

Estimate : ` 4,00,000 - 6,00,000

488

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489. Muhammad Akbar Shah II, Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafa Mint, Silver

Rupee, AH 1203/Ahad RY, Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah”couplet, lag symbol,Rev:sana

julus zarb,11.20g, 20.26mm, Unlisted Type, about uncirculated,Extremely Fine.

In the later Mughals history the Hijri year 1203 was a period of turmoil and change for

the Indian Emperors. It saw the rule of Delhi changing between the hands from Shah

Alam II to Bedar Bakht, from Bedar Bakht to Muhammad Akbar II and from Muham-

mad Akbar II to Shah Alam II again.

Akbar II (22 April 1760 – 28 September 1837), who was also known as Akbar Shah II

was the penultimate Mughal emperor of India. He reigned from 1806-1837. He was the

second son of Shah Alam II and the father of Bahadur Shah II. The young Prince Akbar

II was enthroned by the Rohilla chief Ghulam Qadir. Mirza Akbar Shah wrote to Nawab

Faizullah Khan: “ …on 14th Muharram (15th October) the imperial throne was illumi-

nated by our august accession and the sound of the kettle-drum of felicitations reached

the ears of the inhabitants of earth and the world above … the face of Gold and Silver

coins shown brighter than the sun and the moon by the eluence of the impression, of

our name on them”.

This reign was very short lived when Ghulam Qadir ran away and Mahadaji Scindhia

captured Delhi to reinstate the blind emperor Shah Alam II to the throne on 17th October

1788. It is very interesting to note that the emperor has left us a written record of the fact

that Khutba was read and coins were struck in both gold and silver for such a short reign

and that both such coins have been discovered. For detailed discussion of the event and

coinage of the puppets, ome may see the article by Dr Shailendra Bhandare “Muhammad

Akbar: A pawn in politics: the irst reign” in the ONS Newsletter 175 (pg18-30) - Year

2003.

Flag symbol is probably not recorded.

Estimate : ` 1,75,000 - 2,25,000

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Coins Of Indian Independent Kingdom

Assam

490. Rudra Simha, Silver Rupee, SE 1622, Obv:assamese legend ‘sri sri ha / ra gauri

pa / damabuja madhu / karasya’, Rev:assamese legend ‘sri srimat / svarga deva rudra

/ simhasya sa / ke’ 1622, lion below running right, 11.33g, 23.64mm, (S.K.Bose # F

10.1), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

490

491. Rudra Simha, Silver Rupee, SE 1627, Obv:assamese legend ‘sri sri ha / ra gauri

pa / dambuja madhu / karasya’,Rev: assamese legend ‘sri srimat / svarga deva rudra

/ simhasya sa / ke’ 1627, lion below running right, 11.13g, 22.60mm, (S.K.Bose # F

15.1), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

491

492. Rajesvara Simha, Silver 1/8 Rupee, Obv:sri sri ra / jesvara, Rev: simha nr /

pasya, 1.32g, 11.29mm, (S.K.Bose # O 77.1), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

492

493. Lakshmi Simha, Silver 1/16 Rupee, Obv:assamese legend ‘sri la/kshmi’, Rev: as-

samese legend ‘simha / nrpasya’, 0.69g, 7.98mm, (S.K.Bose # Q 60.1), about very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

493

494. Lakshmi Simha, Silver 1/8 Rupee, Obv:assamese legend ‘sri sri la/ksh-

mi’, Rev: assamese legend ‘simha / nrpasya’, 1.24g,  11.57mm, (S.K.Bose # Q

59.1), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

494

495. Lakshmi Simha, Silver 1/4 Rupee, SE 1700 (1778), Obv:assamese legend ‘sri sri

la/kshmi sim/ha nrpasya’, Rev: assamese legend Sake/ 1700, 2.20g, 13.25mm, (S.K.

Bose # Q 55.1), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

496. Lakshmi Simha, Silver 1/4 Rupee, SK 1692, Obv:assamese legend ‘sri sri la/

kshmi sim/ha nrpasya’, Rev: assamese legend sake/1692, 2.81g, 13.31mm, (S.K.Bose

# Q 47.3), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

495

Cooch Behar

496

497. Lakshmi Narayan, Silver Tanka (Rupee), SE 1509/ CB-98, Obv: bengali legend

‘sri sri / siva charana/ kamala madhu / karasya’, Rev:bengali legend ‘sri sri / ma-/

n lakshminaraya-/ nasya sake /1509’, rajsaka year 98 below, 9.87g, 29.67mm, (S.K.

Bose # B 2), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

498. Madanarayan, Silver 1/2 Tanka, Obv:bengali legend ‘siva charana kamala

madhu / karasya’,Rev: bengali legend ‘sri sri / modanara / (ya) nasya sake’(date not

visible),4.92g, 18.33mm, (S.K.Bose # E 3), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

497

499. Madanarayan, Silver 1/2 Tanka, Obv:bengali legend ‘siva charana kamala

madhu / karasya’, Rev:bengali legend ‘‘sri sri / modanara / (ya) nasya/ sake’(date not

visible),4.95g, 20.31mm, (S.K.Bose # E 3), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

500. Dhairyendranarayana, Silver 1/2 Tanka, Obv: bengali legend ‘sri sri / siva

chara / nakamala / (madhukarasya)’,Rev:bengali legend‘sri sri / (dhair) yendrana 

(rayana) / sya sa(ke)’, 4.01g, 20.52mm, (S.K.Bose # J 1), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

498

499

500

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501. Ahmadnagar Farrukhabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1172/5 RY, In the name

of Alamgir II, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.25g,

27.79mm, (KM # 12), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

501

Maratha Confederacy

502. Azamnagar (Gokak) Mint, Silver Rupee,In the name ofMuhammad Shah,

Obv: “balutf elah” couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb, 10.89g, 23.25mm, (KM # 206), about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

503. Lahore-Dar-ul-Sultanate Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1171/5 RY, Broad Flan, In the

name of Alamgir II, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.32g,

21.47mm,(K.K.Maheshwari # T2), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

502

504. Balwantnagar (Jhansi) Mint, Silver Rupee, 40 RY, In the name ofAlamgir II,

Obv:“saheb-e-qiral sani” couplet,Rev: sana julus zarb,11.30g, 22.34mm, RYUnlist-

ed, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

503

505. Bindraban (Mominabad) Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, 44 RY, In the name of Shah

Alam II, Obv:saya fazle elah couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb, katar, star and sword mint

mark, 5.25g, 16.31mm, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

504

506. Akbarabad Mustaqir-ul-KhilafatMint, Silver Rupee, AH 1198/26 RY, Ham-

mered Coinage, In the name of Shah Alam II, ish on reverse,10.92g, 22.06mm, (KM

# 520), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-4500

507. Balwantnagar (Jhansi) Mint, 5 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-

fazal elah” couplet, trishul and lotus mark, Rev:sana julus and zarb at bottom, 11.15mm,

21.22mm, (KM # 322), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

505

508. Jafarabad urf Chandor, Silver Rupee,In the name ofShah Alam II, Obv: sikka

mubarak badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb at bottom,11.19g, 22.27mm, (KM #

260), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

506

509. Nagar Ijhri Mint, Silver Rupee, 39 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II, Obv:“saya-

e-fazle elah” couplet & trident mark,Rev: sana julus,10.19g,  17.87mm, (KM #

295), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

510. Ravishnagar Sagar Mint, Silver Rupee, In the name of Shah Alam II, Obv: saya-

e-fazle elah couplet lag & trident, Rev: sana julus zarb & mint mark, 11.04g,

19.88mm, Unlisted Type,about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

507

511. Saharanpur Dar-us-Surur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1204/31 RY, In the name

of Shah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah”couplet,Rev: sana julus zarb,11.20g,

21.48mm, (K.K Maheshwari # T1), about uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

508

512. Saharanpur Dar-us-Surur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1214/41 RY, In the name

of Shah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah”couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.08g,

22.01mm, Date Unlisted Type, about uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

509

510

511

512

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513. Saharanpur Dar-ul-Surur Mint, Silver Rupee, 45 RY, Obv:”saya-e-fazle

elah” couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb with leaf mint mark,11.05g, 23.44mm, (KM #

308), about uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

514. Mint Out of lan, 6 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II, obv:“saya-e-fazal elah” cou-

plet, lag and gadha mark, Rev: sana julus zarb at bottom,11.05g, 21.60mm, Unlisted

type,about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

513

515. Gopalrao Patwardhan, Copper Paisa, Obv:sri/gopa/la, Rev:shiv/

raav,7.42g, 16.5mm, about ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

514

516. Apranji Gold Fanam, In the name of Panta Pradhan (Prime Minister),

Obv:nagari legend “Panta Pradhan” in two lines,Rev: uniface, 0.20g, 6.06mm, choice

extremely ine, Very Rare.

Possibly strucked by Gopal Rao Patwardhan of Miraj during an expedition the Cudap-

pah region.

Estimate : ` 35,000-40,000

515

Mysore Kingdom

516

517. Haider Ali, Gold 1/2 Pagoda, Obv: balakrishna seated facing,Rev:persian “ha”,

for Haider Ali, 1.71g, 8.50mm, (KM # 12),about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

518. Haidar Ali, Gold Pagoda, Uma-Maheswara type with rosette reverse, Obv: siva

and parvati seated facing; siva holding trishul (trident) and mriga (deer), sun and

moon above,Rev:persian letter “He” (for Haidar Ali) within a granulated ield,3.40g,

12.00mm, (KM # 15), choice extremely ine, Rare.

517

Beautiful rosette within the curve of the letter.

Estimate : ` 10,000-13,000

518

519. Tipu Sultan, FarrukhyabHisar Mint, Copper Paisa (Zohra), AM 1217, Obv:el-

ephant walking to left, above am year, Rev: mint name, 10.6g, 24.58mm, (KM #

63.1), about very ine with rosette motifs, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

520. Tipu Sultan, Patan Mint, Copper 2 Paisa(mushtari), AM 1225, Persian ‘Be’

Within Flag, Obv: elephant,Rev: zarb patan, 22.17g, 31.00mm, (KM # 124.6), very

ine+,Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

519

521. Tipu Sultan, Patan (Seringapatan) Mint, Silver Rupee (Imami), AM 1217/7

RY, Obv:deen-e-ahmad dar jahan ast, roshan ze fatah haidar, saal sarab, Rev:hu-

was sultan-ul-waheed al adil,tarikh julus, saal sakh, suwem bahari, sana 7 julu-

si,11.39g,29.97mm, (KM # 126), about uncirculated, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

520

522. Tipu Sultan, Patan (Serirangapatan) Mint, Silver Double Rupee (2 Rupees/

Haidari), AM 1218/8 RY, Obv:deen-e-ahmad dar jahan ast, roshan ze fatah haidari,

zarb patan, sal sara, sana mauludi, Rev: huwas sultan-ul-waheed al adil, tarikh julus,

sal sakh, suwem bahari, sana 6 julusi,22.59g, 34.49mm, (KM # 127a), choice extreme-

ly ine, Extremely Rare.

Very attractive specimen.!

Estimate : ` 2,25,000-2,75,000

521

523. Tipu Sultan, Patan Mint, Gold Fanam, AH 1198, Obv:zarb patan (full mint name

visible) and ah date above,Rev:persian “Ha” in dotted circle, 0.37g, 6.87mm, choice

extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

523

522

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524. Tipu Sultan, Patan Mint, Gold Fanam, AH 1218, Broad lan, Obv: persian let-

ter “ha” within circle and dotted border, Rev: zarb and AM year, 0.37g, 7.13mm, (KM

# 128.1), about uncirculated.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

524

525. Tipu Sultan, Patan Mint, Gold Fanam, Date Error instead of 4 digitis only 2 has

come where as in the dies are complete, AM 12 visible, Obv:persian letter “ha” with-

in circle and dotted border,Rev: zarb and AM year, 0.39g, 6.51mm, about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

525

526. Tipu Sultan, Nagar Mint, Gold Pagoda, AH 1198/2 RY, Obv: huwas sultan-

ul-adil & sana hijri, Rev: persian letter “ha”, RY & nagar in dotted circle, 3.61g,

13.26mm, (KM #109), extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 30,000-35,000

526

527. Tipu Sultan, Patan (Seringa Patna) Mint, Gold Pagoda (Faruqi), AM 1219/9

RY, Obv:huwas sultan-ul-waheed al adil, on top muhammad, Rev: faruqi, patan &

sana 11, (KM # 129a), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 65, Extremely Rare in this

grade.

2x

527

Exceptional details, very attractive and stunning specimen for the type.

Estimate : ` 45,000-65,000

528. Tipu Sultan, Patan (Seringapatan) Mint, Gold Pagoda (Faruqi), AM 1220/10

RY, Obv:huwas sultan-ul-adil, on top muhammad, Rev:faruqi on top at bottom zarb &

RY,3.46g, 13.33mm,brilliant uncirculated, Extremely Rare in this condition.

Estimate : ` 35,000-45,000

528

Rohilkhand

529

529. Abdullanagar (Ujhani) Mint, Silver Rupee, 2 RY, In the name of Shah Alam

II, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev:sana julus zarb, complete mint name ab-

dullahnagar ujhani at bottom, 11.17g,  21.07mm,  (KM # A6), choice extremely

ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 30,000-40,000

530

530. Anwala Mint,Silver Rupee, 12 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II,Obv: “saya-

e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev: sana julus & zarb ish mark,11.02g, 21.25mm, (KM #

16.3), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

531. Basauli Mint, Silver Rupee, In the name of Shah Alam II, Obv:“saya-e fazle

elah”couplet,Rev:sana julus, star mark, 1.22g, 22.43mm, (KM # 56.2), about ex-

tremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

531

532. Nasrullanagar Mint, Silver Rupee, 12 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II,

Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev: sana julus and zarb on the top,11.12g,

22.00mm, (KM # 106), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

532

533. Bareli Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1183/10 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II,

Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb, complete mint name visible

with dotted motifs, 11.21g, 22.50mm, (KM # 36.1), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

533

534. Basauli Mint, AH 1182/10 RY, Obv:“saya-e-fazal elah” Couplet,Rev:sana ju-

lus & zarb, lower & bud marks, 11.20g, 22.43mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

535 Mustafabad (Rampur) Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1184/12 RY, Obv:sikka

mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev:sana julus, zarb on top, star,11.00g, 21.64mm, Unlisted

Type, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

534

535

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536. Qasbah Panipat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (11)98/25 RY, In the name of Shah Alam

II, Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah” couplet with royal umbrella, Rev: sana julus zarb on top,

swastik & jhar mint mark, 10.96g, 24.21mm, (KM# 116),about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

Sikh Empire

536

537. Amritsar Mint, Silver Rupee, VS 1863, Obv: “nanak shahi” couplet, Rev:takht

akal & zarb sri amritsar, 11.05g, 22.10mm, (KM # 20.3), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

538. Amritsar Mint, Silver Rupee (Nanak Shahi), VS 1884, Obv: “nanak shahi” cou-

plet, Rev:takht akal & zarb, 11.01g, 23.45mm,about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

537

539. Mankera (Malkarian) Mint, Silver Rupee, VS 1879, Obv:“gobind shahi” cou-

plet, Rev: sana julus zarb & leaf mark, 11.05g, 23.83mm, (Herrli # 33.02.04, KM #

72), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

The mint of Mankera was fromer identiied as Malkarian or Malkerian, the correction to

Mankera was published by Hans Herrli in his book titled as the Sikh Coinage (Pg 202-204).

Estimate : ` 50,000-70,000

538

540. Nimak Mint, Silver Nanakshahi Rupee, VS 1905, Bold Strike, Obv: “nanak

shahi” couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.10g, 23.72mm,(Herrli # 03.01.04, KM #

88), choice extremely ine,Extremely Rare.

These Nimak Rupees have proved rather enigmatic ever since Rodgers wrote about

them. He read the ‘mintname on these coins as nimak, which means salt and attributed

the rupees to a mint at Pind Dadan Khan, a town at the foot of the Salt Range. This

reading was noted with some scepticism as having the name of a commodity as a mint-

name would be most unusual. Nevertheless, Jyoti Rai in ONS 143 demonstrated that

the British had requested the Lahore Durbar to establish a mint at Pind Dadan Khan

for the recoining of light-weight Afghan Rupees which were circulating in the area.

This mint was in operation from October 1847 to late 1848 which corresponds with the

dates found on the “Nimak” Rupees.

539

540

Estimate:`50,000-70,000

Sivaganga/ Tanjore Maratha/ Tripura

541. Copper 2 Kasu, Obv:lord rama and laxman standing holding a bow, Rev:gar-

landed lingam in a circular dotted border, 9.80g, 17.52mm, (KM # 6.1), about ex-

tremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

541

542

542. Copper Kasu, Obv:lakshmi seated, Rev:nagari legend “ ma ha / ra j”, 2.84g,

11.65mm, (K.Ganesh # 10.12), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4500-5000

543. Yaso Manikya, Silver Tanka, SE 1522, Obv:krishna standing on lion facing left

and playing lute, two gopis on each side of krishna,Rev:legend “Sri Sri Yuta ya/so

Manikya De/va Sri garui La/kshmi Mahadevyah”, 10.39g, 23.23mm, (RB # 199, KM

# 109), choice extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-60,000

543

2x

Vijaynagar Kingdom

544

544. Aravidu Dynasty,Srirangaraya III (1642-1686 AD), Kali Fanams, Obv: de-

generated kali, Rev: two line nagari legend sri ra nga/ra ya ru, 0.64g, 5.98mm, about

very ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

2x

545

545. Aravidu Dynasty,Srirangaraya III (1642-1686 AD), Kali Fanams (31),

Obv: degenerated kali, Rev: two line nagari legend sri ra nga/ra ya ru,Cochin, Gold

Viraraya Fanams (19), Obv: viraraya design (originally: lion right, large crescent

above),Rev: viraraya design-symbol resembling “j” horizontally, above rectangle of

pellets, (KM # 10), 18.61g in total, 7.23mm - 9.16mm each approx, about very ine to

extremely ine, Rare.

An interesting lot for study!

Estimate : ` 50,000 - 60,000

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Alwar

546. Sheodan Singh, Rajgarh, Copper Takka, 1861 AD, With the name ofQueen Vic-

toria, Obv:malika-e-muazzama takht nasheen, Rev:sheodan singh bahadur,18.50g,

23.20mm, (KM # 35.1), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

546

547. Mangal Singh, Silver Rupee, 1877 AD, With the name of Victoria Em-

press, Obv:bust of victoria empress, Rev: maharao raja sawai mangal singh baha-

dur, 11.67g, 30.54mm, (KM # 45), uncirculated, Rare in the condion.

Very attractive specimen.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

547

548. Rajgarh Mint, Silver Rupee, 12 RY, In the name of Muhammad Akbar II,Obv:sik-

ka mubarak badhsah ghazi,Rev: sana julus, zarb at bottom,11.40g, 21.93mm, (KM #

20), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

548

Awadh

549. Asafabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 18 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II,Obv:badshah

ghazi, sword mark, Rev:cluster of four crosses & swordmark,11.00g, 21.30mm, (KM

# 16.1), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

549

550. Asafabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 18 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II,Obv:bad-

shah ghazi, sword mark, Rev:ish and inverted persian letter “Nun” mark,11.07g, 

20.77mm, (KM # 26.2), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

551. Asafabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 19 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II,Obv:“saya-e

fazle elah” couplet, Rev: sana julus & zarb, loral design type,11.09g, 20.35mm, Un-

listed Type, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

550

552. Asafabad Mint, Silver Rupee,In the name of Shah Alam II,Obv: “saya-e-fa-

zle elah” couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb, mace(danda) mark, 10.91g, 21.17mm, (KM #

16.3), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

551

553. Asafnagar Mint, Silver Rupee, 19 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II,Obv: “saya-

e-fazle elah” couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb, mace & lower mark, 10.88g, 21.01mm, Un-

listed Type, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

552

554. Bareli Mint, Silver Rupee, AH XX(11)89/17 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II,

Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah”couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb with doted motiies, 11.05g,

22.37mm, (KM # 46.1), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

555. Bareli Mint, Silver Rupee, In the name of Shah Alam II, Obv:“saya-e-fazle

elah” couplet and sword at bottom, Rev:sana julus and zarb, crescent mark, 11.11g,

20.98mm, (KM # 46.2), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

553

556. MuhammadabadBanaras Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 117X/4 RY, In the name

ofShah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah”couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.14g,

20.10mm, Unlisted Variety, about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3500

554

555

556

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557. Muhammadabad Banaras Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1232/26 RY, In the name

of Shah Alam II, Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev:sana julus, zarb, mint

mark, lag, ish and star, 11.19g, 19.49mm, (KM # 103.2), extremely ine with bold

strike, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

557

558. Muhammadabad Banaras Mint, Silver Rupee, Crude Strike, 4 RY, In the

name of Shah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, bud leaf below persian

alam,Rev:sana julus zarb, star in persian julus of letter “seen”,11.33g, 20.00mm, (KM

# 36.2), choice extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

558

559. Muhammadabad Banaras Mint, Silver Rupee, 17 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II,

Obv: “saya-e-fazle ealh”couplet & star, Rev:sana julus zarb, royal umbrella in persian

julus of letter “seen”,11.30g, 21.47mm, Unlisted Variety,about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

560. Najibabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH(11)93/20 RY, In the name ofShah Alam

II, Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah”couplet,Rev: sana julus & zarb on top, RY date between

ish & star mint mark, 11.2g, 20.32mm, Unlisted Type, choice extremely ine with ton-

ing, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

559

561. Ghazi ud-din Haidar as King, Lucknow Mint,  Gold  Mohur  (Ashrai), AH

1234/26 RY, Braod Flan, In the name ofshah alam II,Obv:“saya-e-fazle-elah”cou-

plet, Rev: suba awadh dar-ul-amareth, crown lanked by rampant lions holding lag, two

upright ish below (coat of arms), rosette motifs,10.72g,24.02mm, (KM # 150),uncir-

culated, Very Rare.

560

Stunning specimen.

Estimate : ` 90,000-1,10,000

562. Ghazi-ud-Haidar as a King, Lucknow Subha Awadh Mint, Gold Mohur(Ashra-

i), AH 1242/8 RY, Obv:sikka zab bar sem-o-zar nist shah-e-zaman,ghazi-ud-din haid-

arali az fazi zul mubeen within four lines and with rossette motifs,Rev:crown laned by

rampant lions holding lag, two upright ish below, (coat of arms)10.70g, 22.55mm, (KM

# 170.2), about uncirculated, overall very attractive, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 80,000-1,00,000

561

562

563. Nasir-ud-din Haider, Lucknow Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1248/5 RY, Obv: “fazle

haq zille elah” couplet,Rev: suba awadh dar-ul-saltana lucknow, crowned lanked by

rampant lions holding lag, two upright ish below, 11.05g, 22.98mm, (KM # 205.1), ex-

tremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

564. Nasir-ud-Din Haidar, Lucknow Mint, Gold Mohur (Ashrai), AH 1244/Ahad

RY, In the name of Sulayman Jha, Obv:”ze luft elah”couplet,Rev: crown lanked by

rampant lions holding lag, two upright ish below, 10.65g, 22.89mm, (KM # 190, Date

Unlisted in KM), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 70,000 - 90,000

563

565. Wajid Ali Shah, Lucknow Mint, Gold Half Mohur (1/2 Ashrai), AH

1267, Obv:“tayid elah zille haque” couplet,Rev: bati-us-sultanat lucknow mulk

awadh, akhtar nagar, parasol above crown, sana julus & zarb, lanked by mermaids

holding lag, crossed swords below,5.31g, 18.33mm, (KM # 378.2), choice extremely

ine,Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,50,000

564

Bajrangarh

565

566.Jai Singh, 1797-1818, Silver Rupee, Big Flan, Obv: inscription in

nagari, Rev: nagari inscription within dotted circle, 10.8g, 22.09mm, (KM #

6), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

566

Baroda

567. Sayaji Rao II, Amreli Mint, Copper 1/4 Paisa, Obv: katar above scimitar,Rev: low-

er, sana julus, 3.55g, 17.50mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

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568. Sayaji Rao II, Amreli Mint, Copper 1/2 Paisa, Obv:sri, scimitar, lotus, &

nagari “sa”, “ga”,beaded crescent (moon ?) below, Rev:beaded lower, sana ju-

lus,7.21g, 19.64mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

568

569. Sayaji Rao, Silver Rupee, VS 1949, Obv: bust of king right, wearing jeweled

turban, nagari legend around “sri sayaji rao-gaekwad”, Rev: nagari denomination in

two lines, ek-rupaya, sword and vs date, 11.15g, 30.24mm, (KM # Y36),about very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4500

Bharatpur

569

570. Jaswant Singh, Braj Indrapur Mint, Silver Rupee, 1910 VS, With the name

ofVictoria Queen, Obv:bust of queen around the legend,Rev: ruler’s name & mint

braj indrapur, 10.58g, 22.57mm,(KM # 157), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 6000-7000

571. Braj Indrapur Mint, Silver Rupee, VS 1914/1858 AD, With the name ofVictoria

Queen, Obv:bust of queen and legends around,Rev: ruler’s name star & katar & mint

braj indrapur, 11.04g, 23.23mm, Unlisted Type, choice extremely ine with attractive

details of Queen, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

570

572. Braj Indrapur Mint, Silver Rupee,With the name ofVictoria Queen, Obv:bust

of queen around the legend,Rev: ruler’s name star & katar & mint braj indra-

pur, 11.04g, 22.05mm, Unlisted Type, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

571

573. Mahe Inderpur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1176/4 RY, In the name of Shah Alam

II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle-elah” couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb,11.28g, 23.99mm,(KM #

27), choice extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

572

574. Mahe Indrapur, Silver Rupee, AH 118X/15 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II,

Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb,10.97g, 21.10mm, (KM #

56), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

575. Mahe indrapur, Silver Rupee, AH 11XX/9 RY, In the name ofShah Alam

II, Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb, nagari legend “sa”,11.20g,

22.42mm, Unlisted Type, aboutUNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

573

Bhopal

576. Dost Muhammad, Silver Rupee, RY 13, In the name ofShah Alam II, Obv:“saya

e-fazle elah” couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb with sword,11.40g, 22.16mm,choice ex-

tremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

574

577. Sikandar Begum, Silver Rupee, 5 RY, Obv:sana hijri qudsi,Rev:zarb i bho-

pal, 10.95g, 19.21mm, (KM # Y 10), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1400-1800

578. Shah Jahan Begum, Silver Nazrana 1½ Rupee, Obv & Rev: kalima shahada in

arabic legend, 16.15g, 24.22mm, (KM Y # B14), about extremely ine,Extremely Rare.

575

Shahajahan Begum of the Bhopal state was the only ruler who had issued 1½ Rupee

odd denomination coin. No other ruler or state reportedly has issued 1½ Rupee from any

Indian Princely State. The same type of coin had appeared in one of the Indian auction

and was sold 2L incl. premium.

Estimate : ` 1,00,000 - 1,25,000

576

577

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Bikanir

579. Gaj Singh, Balda Bikanir, Silver Rupee, Broad Flan with dotted borders (Like

Nazrana), In the name of Alamgir II,Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi,Rev: sana

julus zarb, 11.00g, 24.64mm, (KM # 10a), about very ine, few test marks on the

edge, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

579

580.Sardar Singh, Silver Rupee, 1859 AD, Obv: aurang arai hind-o-in-

glistan,Rev:zarb sri bikanir and symbols of the ruler, 11.45g, 21.31mm, (KM #

45), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

580

581. Ganga Singh, Copper 1/2 Pice, 1894 AD, With the name of Victoria Em-

press, Obv:crowned victoria’s bust left,Rev: value, date within beaded circle,2.96g,

21.12mm, (KM # 70), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

582. Ganga Singh Bahadhur, Silver Nazrana Rupee, VS 1994, 50th anniversary

of reign, Obv: portrait of ganga singh facing front, nagari legend around-maharajadhi-

raja sri ganga simhaji bahadur, Rev: fancy initial GS under a canopy, legend around:

raj sri bikaner/ ganga shahi ek rupaya,12.9g, 30.55mm, (KM # X M1), about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

581

583. Ganga Singh,Gold Nazarana Mohur, VS 1994, “50th Anniversary Reign”,

Obv: portrait of Maharaja Ganga Singh, encircled by legend in nagari letters written

above as “Maharajadhiraj sri Ganga Singh ji Bahadur”, Rev:”raja sri” on top and

Bikanir at bottom with royal symbols of the state around, inner circle of 1 mohur Ganga

Shahi with VS date 1994 in centre,8.43g, 21.19mm, (KM # M3), almost uncirculat-

ed,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 80,000-1,00,000

582

Bundi

584. Ram Singh, Silver Rupee, 1693 AD, With the name of Queen Victo-

ria, Obv:katar, Rev:“bundi”, “ramsingh” in nagari & vs year, 10.55g, 21.96mm,

(KM # Y 9), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

583

Chhatrapur

585. Silver Rupee, 8 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah

gazi,Rev:sana julus zarb, 11.23g, 19.97mm, (KM # 15.2), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

584

Kaithal

586. Silver Rupee, In the name of Ahmad Shah Durrani, Obv:mahi ta

bamah”durrani”couplet, Rev: sana julus & head of swad in julus of persian letter

sin, 11.10g, 19.31mm, (KM # 10), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-1800

585

Datia

587. Govind Singh,Gold 1/2 Mohur Nazarana, Obv:portraitbust of govind

singh right, Rev:coat of arms, 5.35g, 20.30mm(KM # X1), about very ine, Extreme-

ly Rare.

586

It should be noted that the half mohurs of Datia are somewhat weakly struck and all

examples are of similar type.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,75,000

Dewas (Senior Branch)

587

588. Copper 1/12 Anna, 1888 AD, In the name of Victoria Empress, Obv: bust of

victoria left, legend around, Rev: value, date & state name within beaded circle, 2.03g,

17.32mm, (KM # 11), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

588

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589. Anand Rao III, Copper 1/12 Anna, 1887 AD, In the name of Victoria Em-

press, Obv: bust of victoria left, legend around, Rev: value, date & state name within

beaded circle, 1.97g, 17.58mm, (KM # 11), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

589

590. Anand Rao III, Copper 1/2 Pice, 1887 AD, In the name of Victoria Em-

press, Obv: bust of victoria left, legend around, Rev: value, date & state name within

beaded circle, 3.29g, 20.93mm, (KM # 12), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

590

Dewas (Junior Branch)

591. Narayan Rao, Copper 1/4 Anna, 1888 AD, In the name of Victoria Em-

press, Obv: bust of victoria left, legend around, Rev: value, date & state name within

beaded circle, 6.32g, 25.13mm, (KM # 3), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

591

Dungarpur

592. Lakshman Singh (AD 1918-48 / VS 1975-2005), Gold Nazarana Mohur, milled

issue, Obv:rajya dungarpur in nagari within double linear reeded border,Rev:nagari

san . 2000 vi, katar in center and leaf branch in bottom within double linear reeded border ,

10.82g, 20.46mm, (KM # 2, Friedberg # 1111), aboutextremely ine+, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 3,00,000-4,00,000

592

Garhwal

593. F. (Frederick) Wilson Hursil (1850-1880 AD), Copper One Rupee Token,

Obv: english legend “F WILSON HURSIL and ONE RUPEE”, Rev:cross chequered

pattern of stars, 3.95g, 26.40mm,about very ine, Extremely Rare.

Fredrick Wilson popularly known as ‘Raja Wilson’ or‘Pahari Wilson’ was a native of

Wakeield, England. He is believed to have deserted from the Indian Army during the

First Anglo-Afghan War (1838-39). In early1840’s, he arrived in the Sivalik mountain

ranges of Tehri Garhwal. His skills as a hunter enabled him to start a business of selling

exotic skins and furs. He then ventured into the logging business - his was the time the

British were building the Railways in India and there was great demand for quality

wooden sleepers for the rails. Wilson cashed in on this and sent huge deodar trees loat-

ing down the river to the plains.

Initially, Wilson had not taken permission from the Raja of Tehri-Garhwal for his log-

ging business. But later in the year 1850 he obtained from the Raja of Tehri, an unre-

stricted lease of many square miles of virginforest for a small annual fee, giving him a

share in the proits. It is said that the revenue of the Raja of Tehri went up tenfold.

He purchased large tracts of land and on this estate and established his headquarters at

Harsil, a small village in the Uttarkashi district. In course of time, Raja Wilson, as he

was known by then, minted his own currency in token value of 1 Rupee, of which this

is an example. It is an interesting numismatic vestige of the career of a White ‘Raja’.

Raja Wilson never left the Garhwal Himalayas. He died on 24 July 1883, aged 66 years.

He lies buried next to his beloved wife Gulabo, in the Christian cemetery on the Cam-

el-back Road in Mussoorie.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,75,000

Gwalior

594. Silver Rupee, AH 121X/34 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle

elah” couplet, Rev: sana julus, mint marks.gadha & battle axe,10.85g, 19.23mm, Un-

listed Type, about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

595. Daulat Rao, Copper Paisa,Rajod Mint, Obv:hanuman holding dronagiri

mountain lying to right,Rev:lingam with samvat year,10.32gm, 19.5mm, (KM #

195), about very ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

593

594

595

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596. Daulat Rao, Gwalior Fort Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1217/45 RY, In the name

ofShah Alam II, Obv: saya-e-fazle elah couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb,sword mint

mark,11.20g, 21.96mm, (KM # B62), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

597. Daulat Roa, Isagarh Mint, Silver Rupee, In the name of Muhammad Akbar

II, Obv:sikka mubaraksaheb-e-qiran sani badshah ghazi, Rev: canon left & star right

zarb on top,10.4g, 23.23mm, Unlisted Type, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

596

Hyderabad

597

598. Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, Farkhanda Bunyad, Silver 1/16 Ru-

pee, AH 1300, Obv: nizam-ul-mulk asaf jah, Rev: sana julus zarb haiderabad, 0.8g,

8.12mm, (KM Y #13), choice extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Complete details with full legends, complete date on such a tiny coin.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

598

599. Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, Haidarabad Farkhanda bunyad, Silver 1/4 Ru-

pee, AH 1300/16 RY, Obv: nizam-ul-mulk asaf jah,Rev: sana julus zarb,hyder-

abad, 2.8g, 13.88mm, (KM # Y15), about extremely ine,

Estimate : ` 1500-1800

599

600. Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, Haidarabad Farkhanda Bunyad Mint, Silver Hasht

Anna (Half Rupee), AH 1329/44 RY, Obv:nizam-ul-mulk bahadur asif jah,Rev: sana

julus & zarb, 5.50g, 24.35mm, (KM # Y39.2), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

600

601. Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, Farkhanda Bunyad Haidarabad,Silver Rupee, AH

1310, Obv:nizam ul mulk bahadur asif jahRev:sana julus & zarb, with test

mark,11.20g, 21.50mm, (KMY # 17), about UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

601

602. Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, Farkhanda Bunyad Haidarabad Mint, Silver Rupee

(Charkhi), AH 1314/30 RY, Obv: nizam-ul -mulk bahadur asaf jah, Rev:sana ju-

lus zarb at bottom, 11.07g, 30.41mm,(KM # Y32),about uncirculated, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

603. Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, Farkhanda Bunyad Haidarabad Mint, Silver 1/8 &

1/4 Rupee, AH 1317/33 RY, Obv:nizam-ul-mulk bahadur asif jah, Rev: sana julus

zarb farkhanda bunyad haiderabad, 2.90g, 1.40g &11.86mm, 15.56mm, (KMY # 14

&15), about extremely ine above.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

602

604. Mir Mahbub Ali Khan, Farkhanda Bunyad Haidarabad Mint, Gold 1/4 Mo-

hur (1/4 Ashrai), Obv:persian letter “mim” for mahbub inscription, nizam-ul-mulk

asif jah, Rev:zarb julus memant sana, 2.79g, 12.66m, (KM # Y 20),about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

603

Indore

604

605. Shivaji Rao, Silver 1/2 Rupee,In the name of Shah Alam II, Obv: sunface around

nagari legend, Rev: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi,5.53g, 16.42mm, (KM # 43), about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

605

606. Ahilya Bai, Malhar Nagar Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1192/2X RY, In the name

of Shah Alam II,Obv:sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus zarb and sun

face, 11.15g, 22.76mm, (KM # 76), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2200

607. Malhar Nagar Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1193/23 RY, In the name ofShah Alam

II, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah ghazi,Rev:sana julus & zarb, lingam mark,11.16g,

21.56mm, (KM # 69). Date Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

606

607

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608. Jaswant Rao, Silver Nazarana Rupee, SE 1728, Obv: sanskrit legend “sri lax-

mikanta padambhokja, bhramarayita chetasa yeshwantasa vikhyata mudrasa priti-

vitale”,Rev. in the name of mughal emperor, sanskrit legend “sri indraprastha sthito

raja chakravarti bhumandale, tatprasadat krita mudra lokesminvaivirajite”,11.14g,

26.42mm, (KM #7), about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 30,000-40,000

609. Tukoji Rao II, Silver Mudra,Saka 1780, Obv: sunburst encircled by nagari leg-

end “sri shankaranuacharya ahla jayati”, star symbol under sun, Rev: plain (mudra

missing) ornate scroll encircled by nagari legend “holkarendra puravaraji kautuka

saka” 1780, 11.0g, 24.01mm, (KM # 15), about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

608

610. Tukoji Rao II, Silver Mudra, Saka 1788, Obv:sunburst encircled with date

and legend in nagari “sri samba mallaryahalya prasadeta sake”, Rev: mudra with-

in wreath & legend around in nagari “holkara sri tukojidrasya jayati”, 10.82g,

23.81mm, (KM # 18), about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-45,000

609

Jaipur

611. Sawai Jaipur Mint, Silver Nazarana Rupee, Mughal Issues, AH 1166/6 RY, In

the name of Ahmad Shah Bahadur, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev:sana

julus zarb, 11.31g, 31.87mm, (KM # 9), about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

610

612. Sawai Jaipur Mint, Copper Nazarana Paisa (Ex-Mount), 5 RY, In the name

of Muhammad Akbar II, Obv: badshah akbar sani, Rev: zarb & jhar mark,16.96g,

31.99mm, (KM # A62), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

613. Man Singh II, Sawai Jaipur, Brass Square 2 Anna, AD19XX/21 RY, With the

name of King George VI, Obv:ba ahad sultanat-e-inglistan shahenshah george

shesham,Rev: raja dhiraja man singhji bahadur & jhar mint mark, 6.2g, 22.50 x

22.68mm, (KM # 190), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

611

Jaisalmir

614. Ranjit Singh, Siver Rupee, 22 RY, With the name ofQueen Victoria, Obv:far-

man rawai inglistan, Rev:sana julus & zarb, 10.40g, 21.18mm, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

612

Jhabua

615. Gopal Singh, Copper Paisa, ‘Swastika’ With in Segmented Circle, 10.57g, 

21.00mm, (KM # 18.1), about ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 800-1000

613

Jodhpur

616. Dar-ul-Mansur Mint, Silver Rupee, 45 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II, Obv:sik-

ka mubark badshah ghazi, mace mark, Rev:sana julus, zarb on top,11.20g, 22.16mm,

Unlisted type, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1400-1700

614

617. Dar-ul-Mansur Mint, Silver Rupee, In the name of Muhammad Akbar

II, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi,scimitar symbol, Rev: sana julus zarb,11.50g,

24.28mm, (KM # 18), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1100-1300

615

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618. Nagor Dar-Ul-Barkat Mint, Silver Rupee, 6 RY, In the name ofAlamgir

II,Obv:sikka mubharak badshah ghazi,Rev:dar-ul-mansur jodhpur,11.16g,

23.50mm, (KM # 176), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

619. Jaswant Singh, Silver Rupee, (18)82 AD, With the name of Victoria Empress,

Obv: sikka bazaman mubarak, jhar & nagari letter “ga”,Rev:sana julus, zarb & rul-

er’s name, sword mark,11.37g, 21.39mm, Unlisted Type, about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

618

620. Umaid Singh, Gold 1/4 Mohur, With the name of Edward VIII, Obv:ba-

had-e-hindustan wa inglistan, jhar mark, Rev: ruler’s name with titles, sword mark

, 2.73g, 15.89mm, Unlisted in KM, choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

619

621. Umaid Singh, Gold Mohur, with the name ofKing George V, Obv:ahad-e-

muazzam inglistan-wa-hindustan- bazman mubarak george v, om in nagari, & jhar

mark, Rev:maharaja “umaid singh”, sword mark,sri mataji in nagari on top,10.11g,

16.25mm, (KM # 129), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 35,000-40,000

Karauli

620

622. Sawai Jaipur Mint, Gold Nazrana Mohur, AH 1196/ 26 RY, In the name of Shah

Alam II, Obv:sikka mubarak badshah ghazi shah alam bahadur, Rev:sana julus

zarb & jhar mark on right, 10.73g, 29.13mm, Unlisted Type, choice extremely ine,

Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000-2,00,000

621

Kashmir

623. Pertab Singh, Srinagar Mint, Silver Rupee, VS 194X, Obv: ruler’s name in per-

sian, english initials JHS & zarb srinagar & people leaf mark, Rev: takari legend, 7.00g, 

19.60mm, Unlisted type,about very ine.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

622

Kishangarh

624. Silver Rupee, AH 1197/ 24 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II,Obv: sikka mubarak

badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb and jhar mint mark, 10.90g , 22.15mm, (KM #

C10.1), about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

623

Kutch

625. Bharmalji I, Silver 1/2 Rupee, AH 995, In the name of Mahmud Shah bin latif

shah, Obv:mahmud shah bin latif shah al sultan, at bottom nagari rao sri bharmal-

ji, Rev:al wathiq legend, 5.67g, 18.17mm, (KM # A5), uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 14,000-16,000

624

626. Lakhpatji, Silver Kori, AH 1165, In the name of Ahmad Shah, Obv: ahmad

shah sultan & at bottom nagari legend, Rev: khuld allahu & katar mark, 4.65g,

16.36mm, (KM # C 11),about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

625

627. Gohodaji II, Silver Kori, Obv: nagari & persian legend, trishul, date, Rev:per-

sian legend, scissor mint mark, 4.60g, 15.08mm, (KM # C22), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

628. Kutch, Khengarji III, Bhuj Mint, Silver 2-1/2 Kori, VS 1954/1897 AD, With

the name of Victoria Empress, Obv:qaisar-e-hind, Rev:ruler name and val-

ue, 6.87g, 25.42mm, (KM # Y36.1), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

626

627

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629. Khengarji III, Bhuj Mint, Silver 2-1/2 Kori, VS 1991/1934 AD, With the name

of King George V, Obv: qaisar-e- hind,Rev:ruler’s name and title,vs date,value &

mint marks, 7.00g, 26.09mm,(KM # 52a), gem uuncirculated.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

630. Khengarji III, Bhuj Mint, Silver 5 Kori, VS 1938/1881 AD, With the name

ofVictoria Empress, Obv:qaisar-e-hind, Rev:ruler’s name and denomination, 13.8g,

31.34mm, (KM # Y 37.4), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

629

631. Khengarji III, Bhuj Mint, Silver 5 Kori, VS 1954/1898 AD, With the name

of Victoria Empress, Obv:kaiser-e-hind, Rev:ruler’s name and value, 14.0g,

31.64mm, (KM # Y 53), uncirculated.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

632. Khengarji III, Bhuj Mint, Silver 5 Kori, VS 1986/1930 AD, With the name of King

George V, Obv:qaiser-e-hind, Rev:ruler’s name and value, 13.89g, 32.42mm, (KM

# Y53a), gem uncirculated with toning.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

630

633. Khengarji III, Bhuj Mint, Silver 5 Kori, VS 1990/1933 AD, With the name

ofKing George VI, Obv:qaiser-e-hind,Rev:ruler’s name and title, 13.91g, 32.50mm,

(KM # Y53a), uncirculated.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

634. Khengarji III, Bhuj Mint, Silver 5 Kori, VS 1994/1938 AD, With the

name ofKing George VI, Obv:qaisar-e-hind, Rev:ruler’s name and denomina-

tion, 13.89g, 32.41mm, (KM # Y75), uncirculated.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

631

635. Madansinghji (AD 1947-48 / VS 2004-05), Bhuj Mint, GoldKori(Jai Hind), VS

2004, Obv:name and title of maharaj sri madansingh ji in nagari, kutch in nagari with

trishul, cresecent and knife above with date.Rev:jai hind (victory for India), kori ek,

bhuj in nagari, value and mint separated by scrollwork, Victory for Indian Indepen-

dence, Jai Hind in Nagari,7.34g, 17.34mm, (KM # 18, Shah # 275.1), gem uncirculated,

Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 80,000-1,0,0000

632

Mewar

636. Anonymous (1858-1920 AD), Udaipur Mint, Gold, 1/4 Mohur, Swarupshahi

Series, Obv: with devanagari legend, dosti landhan,Rev:traces of mounting, 2.67g, 

13.99mm,(KM # Y A12), choice very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

Mysore

633

637. Krishnaraja Wadiyar III, Mahisur Mint, Silver Rupee, 37 RY, In the name

ofShah Alam II, Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev:sana julus and zarb at bot-

tom, 11.37g, 22.41mm, (KM # C 207), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

638. Krishnaraja Wadiyar III, Gold Fanam, Obv:seated front narasimha, Rev:nagari

legend krishna / raja, 0.35g, 5.74mm, (KM # C212), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

634

635

637

636

1.5x

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Coins Of Indian Princely States

Nabha

639. Bharpur Singh (1847-63 AD), Silver Nazrana Rupee, VS (18)97, Broad Thin 

Flan, struck from gold dies?, In the name ofAhmad Shah Durrani (Ahmad Shah

Abdali), Obv:“durrani couplet - auj mahi ta bamah”,Rev:sana julus, zarb nabha

(not like nabha kanal of other nabha coins type) at bottom & pipal leaf on left,10.68g,

25.08mm, (KM # Y1.2), choice extremely ine,Extremely Rare.Generally the Bharpur

Singh coins are known to have Gobindshahi couplet but this specimen as Durrani cou-

plet.

639

As per the notes of Herrli, he mentions that these were struck on broad thin lan for

presentation purposes, but in the name of Ahmad Shah Durrani with the name just nabha

rather than nabha kanal as on other coins of Nabha struck from AD1836 / VS1893 on-

wards, the year that the Nabha obverse regular coins switched from citing Ahmad Shah

Durrani to Guru Gobind Shah.

Nabha changed the obverse from Ahmad Shah to Gobind Shah in AD1836 / VS1893,

which was retained on all coinage until their last issues in AD 1874 / VS1931, with the

exception of this one issue restoring the name of Ahmad Shah, same as other Cis-Sut-

lej states such as Patiala and Maler Kotla. The Sikh Empire was dissolved in AD1849

/ VS1906 by the British forces, and it is conceivable that Bharpur Singh’s administration

felt more secure abandoning the Sikh inscription, but for reasons we have not been able

to determine, restored the Sikh text later in the same year.

640

Very important specimen of the Nabha series.

Estimate : ` 1,00,000-1,50,000

Narwar

640. Mahadji Rao, Silver Rupee, AH 1202/30 RY, In the name ofShah Alam

II,Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev:bhilva leaf, sana julus and zarb at bot-

tom,11.10g, 20.98mm, (KM # 20), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

641

Orchha

641. Vikramajit Mahendra, Silver Rupee, AH 1258/38 RY, In the name of Shah Alam

II, Obv:sikka sahebe-qiran hamie din, Rev:sana julus zarb,10.74g, 20.86mm, (KM #

C32), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

642. Silver Nazrana 2 Rupees, “Ze tayid elah Couplet”, In the name

ofShah Alam II, Obv: sikka zad bar haft kiswar saya fazal elah,

hami din muhammad shah alam badshah, Rev:sana julus zarb & mint

mark, 21.73g,  29.55mm, (KM # C33), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,50,000

642

Pratapgarh

643. Devgarh Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1190/17 RY, In the name of Shah Alam

II, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev: sana julus, zarb at bottom, 11.10g,

21.69mm, (KM # 3), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

Rajkot

644. Dharmender Singh Ji, Silver Mohur, 1945, Obv: sunrise,Rev: arms,5.80g,

20.27mm,uncirculated,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

644

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645. Sironj Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1228,In the name of Muhammad Akbar

II, 10.97g, 18.63mm, (KM # C60), about very ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

645

646. Sironj Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1228, In the name of Muhammad Akbar II, Un-

listed lower in seen of Julus, 11.07g, 19.30mm, (KM # C60), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

Travancore

646

647. Rama Varma VI, Copper 8 Cash, Obv: sankha(conch shell) in sprays, Rev: RV

monogram, legend, denomination, 5.15g, 21.89mm, (KM # 42),uncirculated, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

648. Bala Rama Varma II, Silver Fanam, ME 1121, Obv:sankh (coach shell),Rev:val-

ue & rulers name,1.53g, 15.72mm, (KM # 65), gem UNC, Rare in the condition.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

649. Travancore, Rani Gouri Lakshmi Bayi (AD 1811-1815), Gold Puvitta Anantha

Varahan (Pagoda), Obv:vishnu standing with stylised sanku & chakra, two lotus sprigs

below, overall crudely struckRev:convex and inely granulated, 3.39g, 11.03mm,

(Coin 179 # Travensing Travancore - 2016 by Beena Sarasan), about extremely ine,

Extremely Rare.

647

These coins were wrongly attributed to the Scott Pagoda earlier.

In the new book of Mrs. Beena Sarasan, 2nd edition of “Traversing Travancore through

the Ages on Coins” the much famous Scott pagoda which was struck on the style of

Porto Nova Pagoda on Base gold is correctly attributed as the Travancore state issue.

648

Karthika Thirunal Rama Varma (AD1758-98) had issued two new gold coins in his reign

around 964 KE which were Anantharayan Panam and Anantha Varahan whose values

were given as Rs.0-4-7 and Rs. 3-15-15 (British Currency) respectively. The Anantha

Varahan was not identiiable as the devices on the coin were not known. And then Bar-

bara Mears stumbled on an illustration of this coin by Major G Bidie and wrote in her

paper on the Elusive Anantharaya Varahan otherwise the coin would have remain in

oblivion and always misattributed as Scott Pagoda. Barbara in her paper identiied two

diferent types, one is without lotus sprigs and one with lotus sprigs. Rani Lakshmi Bayi

introduced the lotus sprigs to diferentiate her coins. It could all happen with Major G

Bidie’s illustration of the Ananthavarahan in the Journal of the Asiatic Society of Ben-

gal, Vol LII, (1883AD).

649

This is the irst time when it is correctly attributed and ofered under the Travancore

issue.

Estimate : `1,75 000-2,25,000

650. Tulbharam Issues (AD 1829-55 / ME 1004-40), Gold 2 Pagodas, Obv:three line

malayalam legend “sri/padma/nabha” within circle with dotted border,Rev:blank,5.11g,

14.79mm,choice extremely ine,Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,75 000-2,25,000

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Coins of European Enclaves in India

Indo-Danish

651

651. Christian VII, Silver 2 Royaliners, Obv:crowned c7, Rev:I between two dia-

monds of four dots each over royaliner date below, 1.28g, 10.00mm, (KM # 171), very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

652. Tranquebar, Frederik VI, Copper 4 Cash, 1816 AD, Obv:crowned FR (En-

twined), Rev: X between star over date, 1816, 5.77g, 17.00mm,  (KM # 158), about

very ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

652

Indo Dutch

653. Copper 2 Stviers, Obv: facing igure of god kali,Rev:tamil legend, “nakapatta-

nam” in two lines,28.75g, 24.56mm, (KM # 28), choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

653

654. Gold Fanam, Obv: degenerate kali, Rev: uniface, 0.37g, 5.71mm, about extreme-

ly ine.

Estimate : ` 1100-1300

654

Indo French

655. Arkat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1204/29 RY, In the name ofShah Alam II,

Obv: “saya-e-fazleelah” couplet, full year visible, Rev:sanajuluszarb at bot-

tom, 11.41g, 23.03mm,(KM # 15), about uncirculated with toning.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

655

Indo-Portuguese

656. Diu, Jose (Joseph), Copper 1/4 Tanga (Atia), 1768 AD, Obv: crowned arms

divides, Rev:maltese cross divides date in angles within circle,9.00g, 22.96mm, (KM

# 38), about ine.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

656

657. Goa, Joao V (1706-1750), Copper 5 Reis, 1711 AD, Obv:value and

date, Rev: symbol, 7.6g, 17.17mm, Unlisted in KM, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-9000

657

658. Goa, Joao V (1706-1750), Copper 5 Reis, 1711 AD, Obv:value and date, Rev:sym-

bol,7.4g, 16.86mm, (Unlisted in KM), about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

658

659. Goa, Maria II, Copper 30 Reis, 1846 Series, Counter Mark Coinage, Obv: numer-

al 30 within circle, Rev: uniface, 19.9g, 27.44mm, (KM # 274), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

660. Goa, Maria II, Copper 60 Reis, 1846 Series, Counter Mark Coinage, Obv:numer-

al 60 within circle, Rev:uniface, 29.5g, 27.95mm, (KM # 267), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7500-8500

659

661. Goa, Maria II, Silver 1/2 Pardao(150 Reis), 1846 AD, Obv:queen head left

with titles and name around, Rev:value in sprays or wreath,2.7g, 17.71mm, (KM #

271), about unc, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 30,000-35,000

662. Goa, Maria I, Silver Pardao (300 Reis), 1804 AD, Obv:head right, date below,

Goa and Pardao around, Rev:crowned arms,5.5g, 18.13mm, (KM # 204), about very

ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 16,000-18,000

660

1.5x

661

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663.Goa, Joo (Prince Regent, AD 1799-1816), Silver  Rupia,  MULE?,  AD

1807, Obv: portrait bust of Joao to right with complete date in bottom, Rev:crowned

arms within sprays of Maria I style, 10.85g, 20.96mm,(unlisted),about ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

664. Goa, Joao, Silver Rupia, 1825 AD, Obv:portrait bust of queen to right, com-

pleted date 1825 visible under the head Rev: crowned arms,10.8g, 21.22mm, (KM #

239), about very ine, Rare.

The reverse die is rotated at 90’ or 3’o clock which is very unusual in the Goa coins.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

663

665. Goa, Maria II, Silver Rupia, 1840 AD, Obv:portrait bust of Maria II to left and

complete date under the bust, Rev:crowned arms within sprays,11.0g, 22.76mm, (KM

# 269), about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

664

666. Goa, D. Maria II (1834-1853 AD), Silver Rupia, 1847 AD. Obv: portrait bust of

maria II with date under the bust.Rev:value within sprays, 10.91g, 25.36mm, (KM #

273), choice extremely ine,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

665

667. Luiz I, Sliver 1/2 Rupia, 1881 AD, Obv:portrait head of Luiz I to left with date

below,Rev:crowned arms within sprays, 5.8g, 24.45mm, (KM # 311), choice very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

668. Carlos I, Bronze 1/2 Tanga (30 Reis), 1903 AD, Obv: bust of carlos I, roman numeral

date, Rev:shield & denomination below, 12.6g, 30.37mm, (KM # 16), about UNC.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

666

669. Portuguese Administration, Bronze Tanga(60 Reis), 1934 AD, Obv:divided

shield, Rev: 5 shields on shield, 3.9g, 22.43mm, (KM # 19), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

670. Portuguese Administration, Cupro Nickel 2 Tanga, 1934 AD, Obv:divided

shield,Rev: 5 shields on shield, 2.95g, 18.89mm, (KM # 20), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

667

671. Portuguese Administration, Cupro Nickel 2 Tanga, 1934 AD, Obv:divided

shield,Rev: 5 shields on shield, 2.8g, 19.0mm, (KM # 20), choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

672. Portuguese Administration, Cupro-Nickle 4 Tangas, 1934 AD, Obv:divided

shield,Rev: 5 shields on shield, 4.0g, 22.47mm, (KM # 21), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

668

673. Portuguese Administration, Cupro Nickel 6 Escudos, 1959 AD, Obv:shield on

lined circle at centre of maltese cross, Rev:tiny towers and shields above divided shield

on lined circle,13.8g, 31.12mm, (KM # 35), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

669

674. Portuguese Administration, Cupro Nickel 1/4 Rupia(15), 1947/1952

AD, Obv:value, Rev: tiny towers and shields above divided shield on lined circle, 2.5g

each approx, 18.85mm each approx, (KM # 25), about very ine to extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

670

671

673

674

672

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675. Portuguese Administration, Silver 1/2 Rupia, 1936 AD, Obv:shield on lined

circle at center of maltese cross, Rev:divided shield,5.9g, 25.49mm, (KM # 23), UNC.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

676. Portuguese Administration, Silver Rupia, 1935 AD, Obv: shield on lined circle

at centre of maltese cross, Rev: tiny towers & shields above divided shield on lined

circle,11.5g, 30.62mm, (KM # 22), UNC.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

675

677. Portuguese Administration, Silver Rupia, 1947 AD, Obv:shield on lined circle

at centre of maltese cross,Rev:tiny towers and shields above divided shield on lined

circle, 12.1g, 30.14mm, (KM # 27), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1800-2000

678. Portuguese Administration, Silver Rupia& 1/2 Rupia, 1935 & 1936

AD, Obv: shield on lined circle at center of maltese cross, Rev:divided shield,11.6g,

5.7g & 30.53mm, 25.46mm, (KM # 22 & 23), UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

676

677

678

Coins of Presidencies of India

Bengal Presidency

679

679. Muhammadabad Banaras Mint, Silver ¼ Rupee, AH 1225/17-45 RY, In the

name ofShah Alam II, Obv:”saya-e-fazle elah couplet, Rev:sana julus zarb,2.79g, 

7.80mm,(Stevens Paul CBP # 7.141), about very ine,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

680. Murshidabad Mint, Silver 1/2 Rupee, 19 RY, Oblique Milling Edge, In the name

ofShah Alam II,Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet,Rev: sana julus zarb murshidabad,

lotus lower, 5.76g, 21.88mm, (KM # 97.1), choice extremely ine. Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

680

681. Shahjahanabad Dar-ul-Khilafat Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1220/47 RY, In the

name of Shah Alam II, “za tayid elah” couplet, legends on both sides within wreath

of roses, thistles and shamrocks,Obv: sikka zad sahib qirani ze tayeed-e-elah, hami

dine mohammad, shah alam padshah, Rev:sana julus, zarb on top with royal umbrella

and jasmine lower in the center, 10.94g, 25.68mm, (Paul Stevens # 8.29), choice very

ine, VeryRare.

The loral border in obverse running clockwise direction whereas in reverse it is

anti-clockwise direction.

Estimate : ` 25,000 - 35,000

681

682. Farrukhabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 45 RY,Plain Edge,In the name of Shah Alam

II,Obv:“saya-e-fazle elah” couplet,Rev:sana julus zarb at bottom, lotus lower, 11.8g,

26.43mm, (KM # 69), choice extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

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683. Farrukhabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 45 RY, Edge: Vertical Milling, In the name

of Shah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb at bottom,

lotus lower, 11.7g, 26.16mm, (KM # 69), toned extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500 - 2000

684. Calcutta (Kalkattah) Mint, Silver Rupee, AH (1171)/4 RY, In the name of Alamgir

II, Obv: sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, sun mark,Rev:sana julus, zarb at bottom, 11.61g,

23.18mm, (PR# 2, KM # 8.2, Stevens # 1.9), about very ine, Exceedingly Rare.

683

In 1756 AD, the Nawab of Bengal attacked and captured Calcutta, whereupon the British

sent an army and leet to recapture the town, which they did in January 1757. Following

this they obliged the Nawab to grant them the right to establish a mint and they began to

strike coins, at irst showing the mint name Alinagar Calcutta, Alinagar being the name

given to the town by the Nawab.

However, later in the year, following the battle of Plassey the new Nawab allowed the

East India Company on the July 28th, 1757 AD and permission was given to struck the

coins with the mint name Calcutta. Coins with this mint name were struck in the

Regional Years 4, 5 and 6 in the name of Alamgir II.

684

Paul Stevens list this as RRR on the rarity scale.

Last example was sold in our February 2016 Auction for Rs 63,000 incl of premium.

Estimate : ` 35,000-45,000

685.

RY, Edge: Oblique Milling, In the name of Shah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah”cou-

plet, ish mark,Rev: sana julus zarb & darogah’s mark, 11.30g, 26.5mm, (KM # 42),

toned almost uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7500-8000

Muhammadabad

Banaras

Mint,

Silver

Rupee,

AH

1229/17-49

686. Murshidabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 19 RY, Edge: Oblique Milling towards

right, In the name of Shah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah”couplet, Rev:sana julus

zarb, 11.53g, 26.78mm, (KM # 99.3), choice extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

685

687. Qita Bareli Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1217/37 RY, In the name of Shah Alam II,

Obv:”ze tayid elah” couplet, sikka zad sahab qirani ze tayeed-e-elah, hami dine mo-

hammad, shah alam badshah,Rev: sana julus zarb, ish, leaf, 11.07g, 22.29mm, (Ste-

vens # 8.14), choice extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

686

688. Hammerd Coinage, Ravishnagar Sagar Mint, Silver Rupee, 55 RY, In the

name of Shah Alam II, Obv:”saya-e-fazle elah”couplet & lag mark,Rev:sana julus

zarb,  10.73g,19.22mm, (Stevens # 8.135 & K&K # T3a), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

689. Saharanpur Mint, Hammered Coinage, AH 1218/45 RY, Silver Rupee,In

the name of Shah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah”couplet ,Rev: sana julus

zarb,11.04g,21.58mm, (Paul # 8.127), about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

687

690. Hammered Coinage, Saharanpur Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1220/47 RY, In the name

of Shah Alam II, Obv:”saya-e-fazle-elah”couplet, Rev: sana julus zarb, 11.02g,22.09

mm, (Stevens # 129), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

688

691. Muhammadabad Banaras Mint, Gold Mohur, AH 122X/29-17 RY, In the name

of Shah Alam II, Obv: “saya-e-fazle elah” couplet, ish & star mark,Rev: sana ju-

lus zarb, darogha mark, 10.86g, 21.47mm, (Date Unlisted In KM), uncirculated, Very

Rare.

Estimate : ` 70,000-80,000

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Bombay Presidency

692. Tin 1/2 Pice, No Date (AD 1757), Obv:E.I.C. bale mark,Rev:denomination

1/2 pice,6.90g, 23.00mm, (PR # 248, KM # 171), about very ine but quite corroded,

Extremely Rare.

It is quite interesting to note that these tin and pewter coins survived for 250 years and

above, we owe the debt to the keepers who had saved them and kept in their curio cabi-

nets for us to see and collect them today.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000-2,00,000

692

693. Copper 1/2 Pice, Proof Restrike, 1794 AD, Obv:EIC bale mark,Rev:scales,

persian “adal”, gradded & slabbed by PCGS as PR64RB, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

694. Copper Pie, AH 1246, (Mule Date), Obv:E.I.C. coat of arms,Rev:scales, per-

sain-adil,2.07g, 17.87mm, (var. KM # 263), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

695. Copper 1/2 Anna, AH 1249/1834 AD, Obv: coat of arms, Rev: value in english,

mezan-e-adal (scale of just), below hijri year, 12.50g, 29.47mm, (KM # 252), about

extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

693

696. Copper 1-1/2 Pice,Proof Restrike, 1791 AD, Obv:E.I.C. co bale mark,

dateRev:large scales persian adil(just), (KM # 195), graded & slabbed by PCGS as

PR65BN, highest graded for the type, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

694

697. Surat Mint,Silver 1/2 Rupee,In the name of Shah jahan III, Obv: sikka mubarak

badshah ghazi,Rev: sana julus zarb surat, 5.75g, 16.80mm, (KM # 211.2), about ex-

tremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

698. Surat Mint, Gold Mohur (15 Rupees), 4X RY, In the name of Shah Alam II,

Obv:sikka mubarak badshah ghazi, Rev:sana julus zarb,11.55g, 17.73mm, (KM #

214), choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

695

Madras Presidency

696

699. Silver 1/16, 1/8, 1/4 Rupee, AH 1172/6 RY, In the name of Alamgir II, Obv: sik-

ka badshah alamgir, Rev: sana zarb, 0.68g, 1.45g, 2.88g & 10.65mm, 13.51mm,

17.15mm, (KM # 423, 424, 425), about very ine to extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 4200-4500

700. Selam (Salem) Mint,Copper 5 Cash, AH 1213, Obv: tamil legends “an-

chu kasu” (5 cash) and encircled lotus lower, Rev:persian legends “zarb, sa-

lem” and hijri year 1213, 5.89g, 19.49mm, choice extremely ine, Exceedingly Rare.

Following the Third Mysore War, by virtue of the Treaty of Seringapatam, the East India

Company gained a sizeable part of Tipu Sultan’s lands. Included was an area known as

the Baramahal, some 70 miles inland from Pondicherry. In charge of this area and Salem

was Captain Alexander Reid. There he found a great complexity of coinage in circula-

tion and considered ways of introducing a more standardized coinage of star Pagodas,

Fanams and copper coins in addition to the Rupees being struck at Madras. It appears

that the coinage struck at Madras was not suicient to supply the newly acquired territo-

ries so orders were issued for mints to be opened at Krishnagiri and Salem for the coin-

age of Pagodas, Fanams, Arcot Rupees and copper Dudus. The two mints seem to have

been working by August 1793 but were closed a couple of years later, their products so

far being indistinguishable from those produced elsewhere in the presidency. The Salem

mint is reported to have closed in 1795 but, if it did, then it must have been revived tem-

porarily in 1798 or 1799 to produce the above copper coins, the only coins that can with

certainty be connected with Salem. The fact that so few of these coins are known (maybe

no more than 6 or 7) suggests that they never actually saw much, if any in circulation.

697

698

699

700

For more details, refer “Two unsuccessful mints of the East India Company” by Ken

Wiggins, in Spink Numismatic Circular, October 1980.An important specimen and the

great rarity in Madras Presidency coins.

Estimate : ` 2,00,000 - 2,50,000

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701. East India Company, Copper 1/96 Rupee (1/2 Dub), 1794 AD, Obv: E.I.Co

arms, around legend in English, Rev:bale mark, around legend, at bottom year, 6.23g,

24.39mm, (PR # 319, KM # 392), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

701

702. Copper 1/48 Rupee (Dub), 1794 AD, Obv:E.I.CO.armslegend: auspicio regis

senatus angliae united east india company, Rev:bale mark, legend: english united east

india company (incuse), 13.34g, 31.00mm, (PR # 310, KM # 398), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 3500-4500

703. Soho Mint, Copper XX Cash, 1803 AD, Obv:arms with supporters east india

company, Rev: 20 cash (4 falus), 11.77g, 30.23mm, (KM # 321), uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

704. Silver 1/4 Pagoda, 1807 AD, First Issue, Obv: gopuram of a temple with stars ei-

ther sides, a buckled garter encircling the central design, the value in english “Quarter

Pagoda”, Persian “pau hun pahuli”, Rev: the deity vishnu surrounded by dotted cir-

cles, a ribbon the ends separated by stars 9 each side, the value around in tamil “kalva-

gun”, telugu “kalvarahun”,10.33g, 26.36mm, (PR # 155, KM # 343), about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

702

705. Silver 1/4 Pagoda, 1808 AD, Second Issue, Obv: gopuram of a temple with stars

either sides, a buckled garter encircling the central design, the value in english “Quar-

ter Pagoda”, Persian “pau hun pahuli”, Rev: the deity vishnu surrounded by dotted cir-

cles, a ribbon the ends separated by stars 9 each side, the value around in tamil “kalva-

gun”, telugu “kalvarahun”, 10.5g, 26.51mm, (PR # 173, KM # 352), choice extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 18,000-22,000

703

706. Fort S.t George Mint, Gold Pagoda (3 Swami Pagoda), Obv: full length ig-

ure of venkateswara standing facing, lanked by his two consorts, sridevi and bhude-

vi,Rev:granulated ield,3.41g, 12.52mm, (KM # 289), choice extremely ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 18,000-20,000

707. Fort St. George Mint, Gold Pagoda (3 Swami Pagoda), Obv: full length ig-

ure of venkateshwara standing facing, lanked by his two consorts, sridevi & bhude-

vi, Rev:granulated ield,3.44g, 12.00mm, (KM # 289), uncirculated and in unusual

oval shape strike, Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-18,000

704

708. Gold Pagoda, 2nd variety,Obv: seven tiered gopuram of a temple, standing on

stony ground, ive stars on each side, all this surrounded by a buckled garter, on the gar-

ter is the value in english and persian, Rev: igure of vishnu holding a sword in his left

hand, dotted and other symbols on each side and a lotus lower below, all surrounded by

one circle of beads, all this within a ribbon, the ends separated by a star, on the ribbon

is the value in tamil and telugu,(PR # 149, KM # 356), graded & slabbed by NGC as

UNC details, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 60,000-70,000

705

706

708

707

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Coins of British India

709. 1835, East India Company, Copper 1/12 Anna, Madras Mint,17.90mm, 13 ber-

ries (6L+7R), (PR # 161), UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

709

710. 1862, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/A, (PR # 780), UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

710

711. 1874, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/A, (PR # 783), Un-

cleaned UNC, Extremely Rare. Toughest date in this denomination.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

712. 1875, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/A, (PR # 784),  al-

most UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

711

713. 1876,  Victoria Queen, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/A, (PR #

785), about UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

712

714. 1877,  Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B, (PR #

786), UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3500-4500

715. 1877,  Victoria Emprees, Copper 1/12 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bust/A, (PR #

809), about extremely ine+, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

713

716. 1882, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B, (PR #

788), Brown UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-8000

714

717. 1883, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bust/A, (PR #

811), Gem Red UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

715

718. 1884, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bust/A, (PR

# 812), about UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-1800

719. 1886, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bust/A, (PR #

813), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

716

720. 1887, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B, (PR #

792), Gem UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

717

721. 1887, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bust/A, (PR #

814), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

718

722. 1889, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust /B, (PR #

794), UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

723. 1894, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Die Crack,Bust/B,

(PR # 799),Gem Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

719

720

723

722

721

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724. 1897,  Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B, (PR #

802), UNC.

Estimate : ` 1000-1200

725. 1898, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B, (PR #

803), Gem Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

724

726. 1899, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B, (PR #

804), Gem UNC with lovely toning.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

725

727. 1901, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/12 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B, (PR #

805), Gem Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

726

728. 1853, East India Company, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint,19 berries (10L+9R),

(PR # 159), Gem UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

727

729. 1862, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR  711),Gem Red

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

730. 1885, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 717), Brown

UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-7000

728

731. 1886, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 718), choice ex-

tremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

729

732. 1887, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 719), Gem Red

UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-10,000

733. 1888, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 720), Gem Red

UNC,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-10,000

730

734. 1890, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 722), Gem Red

UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4500

731

735. 1894, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 727), Gem Red

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

736. 1895, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 728), Gem Red

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

732

737. 1897, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 730), Brown UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

738. 1897, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 730), Gem Red

UNC, Blasting features.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

733

734

737

736

735

738

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739. 1898, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 731), Gem Red

UNC, brilliant features, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

740. 1899, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 732), Gem Red

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

739

741. 1900, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 733), Brown

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

740

742. 1903, King Edward VII, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 735), Gem Brown

UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

743. 1904, King Edward VII, Copper 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 736),  Gem Brown

UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

741

744. 1906, King Edward VII, Bronze 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, (PR #740), Gem Red

UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

745. 1938, King George VI, Bronze 1/2 Pice, Calcutta Mint, Proof date, (PR # 770)Gem

UNC, Extremely Rare.

742

Toughest date in the series and currency issue type.

Estimate : ` 35000-45000

746. 1835, East India Company, Copper 1/4 Anna, Bombay Mint, 24 berries (13L +

11R), (Unlisted in Pridmore), Gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

743

747. 1835, East India Company, Copper 1/4 Anna, Madras Mint, Die crack, 24 ber-

ries (13L + 11R), (PR # 145), UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

748. 1835, East India Company, Copper 1/4 Anna, Open/Big Loop Variety,choice

extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

744

749. 1858, East India Company, Copper 1/4 Anna, Royal Mint, Single Leaves, (PR #

156), Gem Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

745

750. 1862, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/A/I,(PR #

600),Brown UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

751. 1862, Queen Victoria, Copper 1/4 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bust/A/I/Dot, (PR #

603),choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

746

750

749

747

751

748

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752. 1874, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

608), Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

753. 1874, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

608), UNC with Rainbow toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

752

754. 1875, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/4 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bust/A/I, (PR # 635), Un-

cleaned UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

755. 1877,  Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

611), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 63 BN (gem Uncirculated), Extremely Rare in

this grade.

Estimate : ` 25,000 - 35,000

753

756. 1879,  Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

613), almost UNC with toning, Rare Date.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

757. 1880, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

614), Gem Red UNC,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

754

758. 1882, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

615), Red UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

759. 1883, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

616), Gem UNC, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 22,000-24,000

755

760. 1886, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Bombay Mint., Bust/B/I, (PR #

641),UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

761. 1887, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/C incuse, (PR

# 620), UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

756

762. 1889, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

622), Gem Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

763. 1889, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bust/B/I,(PR #

644), Gem Toned UNC, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

757

764. 1891, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

624), Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-1800

758

761

762

759

763

764

760

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765. 1892, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

625), Gem toned UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

766. 1893, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

626), Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

765

767. 1894, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

627), Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

768. 1897, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

630), Red UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

766

769. 1898, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

631),Gem UNC, Rare.

Toughest date in the Empress series, sells for 20,000 Rs generally.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

770. 1901, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/B/II, (PR #

634), Red toned UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

767

771. 1903, King Edward VII, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 646), Red UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

772. 1904, King Edward VII, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 308), Red UNC

with ghost impressions.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

768

773. 1911, King George V, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 656), Gem

UNC, Very Rare.

Last was sold for US$ 800 of same condition.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

769

774. 1916, King George V, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 661), UNC, Ex-

tremely Rare.

Sold in the last auction for closed to Rs 45,000 in July 2016

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

775. 1924, King George V, Copper 1/4 Anna, Bombay Mint, Bead, (PR # 677), Gem

Red UNC,Scare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

770

776. 1927,  King George V, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 668), toned

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

777. 1928, King George V, Copper 1/4 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 669), UNC.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

771

774

775

772

776

777

773

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778. 1835, East India Company, Copper 1/2 Anna, Madras Mint, 20 berries(10L +

10R), (PR # 133), UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

779. 1862, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/2 Anna, Madras Mint, 30.7mm, Bust/A, (PR #

577), choice extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

778

780. 1875, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/2 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 583), choice very

ine with mud deposits,Extremely Rare.

Similar example was sold in our auction for 1.45L in 2014.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

781. 1875, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/2 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 583), complete de-

tails of Victoria’s dress panel and jabot is seen, choice extremely ine+,Extremely Rare.

779

Better example than previous lot, similar example was sold in our auction for 1.45L in 2014.

Estimate : ` 60,000-80,000

782. 1876, Victoria Queen, Copper 1/2 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 584), choice ex-

tremely ine+, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

783. 1877,  Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/C, (PR #

585), choice EF - about UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

780

784. 1877,  Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Bust/C, (PR #

585), choice very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

785. 1907, King Edward VII, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 926), Gem

UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

781

786. 1914, King George V, Copper Nickle 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 944), about

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

787. 1915, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 945), Gem

UNC, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-30,000

782

788. 1914 & 1915, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR #

944,945),about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

789. 1917, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 947), UNC

with toning.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

783

790. 1919, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 949),Gem

UNC with toning, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

784

787

785

789

788

786

790

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791. 1925, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 953), toned

Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

792. 1927, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 955), Gem

UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

791

793. 1928, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 934), graded

& slabbed by NGC as MS 62 (Gem UNC), Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

794. 1928, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 956), Gem

UNC with toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

792

795. 1930, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 936), graded

& slabbed by NGC as MS 62 (Gem UNC), Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

796. 1933, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Calcutta Mint, (PR #  937), Gem

toned UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

793

797. 1935, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 957), Gem

toned UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

798. 1936, King George V, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Bombay Mint, (PR # 958),Gem

UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

794

799. 1938, King George VI, Copper Nickel 1 Anna, Calcutta Mint, Mature head,T/I,

(PR # 959), Gem UNC with toning, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

800. 1841, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Continuous Legend, Bombay Mint, No ini-

tial, 16 berries (8L + 8R), (PR # 120), Gem UNC, Rare in this condiion.Very attractive

specimen with sharp details.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

795

801. 1841, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Madras Mint, S incuse, 16 berries (8L +

8R), (PR # 117), choice extremely ine, Rare .

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

796

802. 1841, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, MULE, Divided Legend, Calcutta

Mint, W.W, Raised,16 berries (8L + 8R), Crosslet bar of 4 from 1841 is missing,

(variant of PR # 123), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

The obverse die is of this is paired with the reverse die of continuous legend making it

a mule, and the crosslet bar of numeral 4 of 1841 is missing, making this specimen an

interesting variety in Mule.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

797

801

800

798

802

799

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803. 1841, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Divided Legend, SWW,8 berries (4L +

4R), (PR#127), extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

803

804. 1841, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Divided Legend, Bombay

Mint, MULE?, .W.W Raised,9 berries (5L + 4R), (Unlisted in pridmore), UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

805. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 485), Gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 2500-3500

804

806. 1874, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/Dot, (Unlisted in Prid-

more),almost UNC,Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

807. 1874, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/None, (PR # 516), choice

extremely ine with toning, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

805

808. 1875, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, A/I/None, (PR # 489), Gem

UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

809. 1876, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/None, (PR # 518), about

UNC, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

806

810. 1876, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/Dot, (PR # 519) about

extremely ine, Exceedingly Rare.

Estimate : ` 30,000-50,000

811. 1877, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/Dot in top lower, (PR 

# 520), about UNC with toning, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

807

812. 1877, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/Dot, (PR # 520),choice

extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

813. 1877,  Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, A/I/None, (PR #

491), choice extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

814. 1878,  Victoria Emppress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/None, (PR #

493), UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

808

815. 1879, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

494), about ine, scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

809

813

812

810

814

815

811

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816. 1879, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Miint, B/I/Dot, (Unlisted in

Pridmore), about very ine, Exceedingly Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-35,000

817. 1880, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

495),about UNC, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

816

818. 1881, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bobay Mint, A/II/Dot, (PR # 523), about

extremely ine+.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

817

819. 1882, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, B/II/Dot, (PR #

527), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

818

820. 1882, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas,Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

497), Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

819

821. 1882, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/Dot, (PR # 525),choice

extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

822. 1883, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/Dot, (PR # 529), about

very ine, Scarce

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

820

823. 1883, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, B/II/Dot, (PR #

530), choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

821

824. 1883, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

498), Gem UNC with toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-8000

822

825. 1884, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/Bead, (PR #

532), about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

823

826. 1884, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/B raised, (PR #

533), Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

827. 1884, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, A/I/None, (PR #

531), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

824

828. 1886, Victoria Queen, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, B/II/B incuse, (PR #

539),about extremely Fine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

825

829. 1886, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

501), about UNC.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

826

830. 1887, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, B/II/B incuse, (PR #

540), choice extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

827

831. 1888, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint,B/II/None, (PR #

503), ghost impression,UNC details, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

828

830

831

829

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832. 1888, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/None, (PR #

503), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 62 (gem UNC), Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

832

833. 1889, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C Incuse, (PR #

504),Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

834. 1889, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

504), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 65 (Gem Brilliant UNC), Extremely Rare.

833

Highest grade recorded at 65.

Estimate : ` 20,000-30,000

834

835. 1890, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas,Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

505), Gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 5000-8000

836. 1890, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, B/II/B raised, (PR #

544), choice extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

835

837. 1891, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, B/II/B incuse, (PR #

546), about extremely ine+.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

836

838. 1891, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

506), UNC.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

837

839. 1892, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, about extremely ine+.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

840. 1892, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

507), ghost impression,gem UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

838

841. 1893, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

508), Gem UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

839

842. 1894, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

509), Gem UNC with toning, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

840

843. 1895, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

510), UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

841

844. 1896, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

511),Gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

845. 1897, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas,Bombay Mint, B/II/B incuse, (PR #

551),Gem UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

842

846. 1897, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

512), Toned UNC.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

843

847. 1898, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

513), UNC details.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

844

846

847

845

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848. 1900, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

514),Gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

849. 1900, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, B/I/B raised, (PR

# 553), extremely ine+.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

848

850. 1901, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, B/II/C incuse, (PR #

515), toned almost UNC.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

849

851. 1901, Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, B/I/B raised, “B” looks

like “8”, (PR # 554),extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

850

852. 1909, King Edward VII, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 562), choice ex-

tremely ine+. Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

851

853. 1911, King George V, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 564),about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

854. 1915, King George V, Silver 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 568), Gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

852

855. 1915, King George V, Silver 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, (PR # 574),gem UNC with

toning.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

853

856. 1918, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 880), choice

extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

854

857. 1918, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, (PR # 894), Gem

UNC with toning, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

858. 1919, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 881), about

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

855

859. 1920, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 882), about

UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-12,000

856

860. 1920, King George V, Copper Nickel, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 882), graded &

slabbed by NGC as MS 62, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

861. 1923, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, (PR # 896), grad-

ed& slabbed by NGC as MS 62, toned gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

857

862. 1926, KingGeorge V, Copper Nickle 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, (PR # 899), Gem

UNC with lawless toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-8000

858

860

861

862

859

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863. 1927, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 887), gem

UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

864. 1928, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, (PR # 901), Gem

UNC with toning, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

863

865. 1930, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 890), Gem

UNC with toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-8000

866. 1933, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 891), Gem

UNC with toning.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

864

867. 1934, King George V, Copper Nickle 2 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 892), Gem

UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

865

868. 1935, King George V, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, (PR # 902), Gem

UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

869. 1939, King George VI, Copper Nickel 2 Annas, Bombay Mint, Mature head, T/

II, (PR # 914), Gem UNC with toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

866

870. 1835, King William IIII, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, F in relief, 18 berries

(10L + 8R), (PR # 91), choice very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

871. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Continuous Legend, Calcutta Mint,34

berries (19L+15R), (PR # 103), gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

867

872. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Continuous legend, Calcutta Mint, 34

berries (19L + 15R), A/4, (S&W - 2.43), (PR # 103), graded& slabbed by NGC as

MS 62.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

873. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Continuous Legend,Madras

Mint, S incuse,V raised, broken “4 in 1840”, 20 berries (10L + 10R), (PR #

101), choice extremely ine,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

868

874. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee (MULE), Divided Legend, 34 Berries

(19l+15r), (PR # 108), about ine, Extremely Rare.

The obverse die is of the divided legend and the reverse is of the continuous legend.

869

Estimate : ` 8000-10000

875. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 376), gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

870

873

874

871

875

872

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876. 1874, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Bombay Mint, A/I/Dot, (PR # 405), choice

extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

877. 1876, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, A/I/None, (PR #

381), toned extremely ine+.

Estimate : ` 3500-5000

876

878. 1878, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/None, (PR #

383), about very ine, Scarce Date.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

877

879. 1879, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse, (PR #

384), choice extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

880. 1881, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse, (PR #

386),UNC details,Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15000

878

881. 1882, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse, (PR #

387), Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

879

882. 1883, Victoria Empres, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse, (PR #

388), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

883. 1884, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Bombay Mint, B/I/B raised, (PR #

416), about ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

880

884. 1885, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse, (PR #

390), choice extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

881

885. 1886, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Bombay Mint, C/II/B raised, (PR #

419),UNC.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

886. 1887, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/B raised, (PR #

420), Gem UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

882

887. 1888, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/None, (PR #

393), about UNC.

Estimate : ` 7000-8000

883

888. 1888, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/None, (PR #

393), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

884

889. 1889, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Bombay Mint, C/II/B incuse, (PR #

423), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 61, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

890. 1890, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Bombay Minit, C/II/B incuse, (PR #

424), toned UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 7000-8000

885

888

886

887

890

889

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891. 1890, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse, (PR #

395), UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15000

891

892. 1891, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse, (PR #

396), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 63, Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

893. 1893, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint , C/II/C incuse, (PR #

398),about UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

892

894. 1894, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C Incuse,(PR

#399), UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-4500

893

895. 1896, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse,(PR

#400), Gem UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

896. 1897, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Bombay Mint, C/I/B incuse, (PR #

430), Gem UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-4500

894

897. 1898, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C/II/C incuse, (PR #

402), Gem UNC with toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

895

898. 1911, King George V, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 440), toned UNC

with ghost impressions, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 30,000-40,000

899. 1945, King George VI, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Lahore Mint,Large “5”, (PR #

479), about UNC, Extremly Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

896

900. 1919, King George V, Copper Nickel 4 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 874), choice

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

897

901. 1919, King George V, Copper Nickel 4 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 874),graded

slabbed by NGC as MS 61, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

902. 1920, King George V, Copper Nickel 4 Annas, Bombay Mint, (PR # 878), choice

extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

898

903. 1920, King George V, Copper Nickel 4 Annas, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 875), grad-

ed slabbed by PCGS as AU 55, it is graded low, features are Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

899

902

900

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904. 1835, King William IIII, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint, 20 berries (10L +

10R), (PR # 72), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

905. 1840, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Continuous Legend, Bombay Mint, No

initial, 19 berries(9L + 10R), (PR # 76), toned UNC with toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

904

906. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/2 Rupee, B1/II, (PR # 258), Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-8000

907. 1874, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/2 Rupee, BombayMint, B2/II/Dot, (PR #

285),almost UNC with toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

905

908. 1877, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint, B2/II/Dot, (PR #

288),Gem UNC, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-60,000

909. 1885, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupees, Bombay Mint, A/II/B raised, (PR #

294), about very ine.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

906

910. 1887, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint, A/II/B raised, (PR #

296), choice extremely ine+.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

911. 1887, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, A/I/C incuse, (PR #

271), graded &slabeed by NGC as MS 63, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-45,000

907

912. 1889, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint, A/II/B raised, (PR #

299), about UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

913. 1893, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint, A/I/B incuse, (PR

# 303), about UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

908

914. 1896, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, A/I/C incuse, (PR #

279), Brilliant UNC, Rare in this grade.

Estimate : ` 30,000-35,000

915. 1897, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, A/I/C incuse, (PR #

280), toned UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

909

916. 1897, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, A/I/C incuse, (PR #

280), Gem UNC with luster and toning, Rare in this grade.

Estimate : ` 30,000-35,000

910

915

916

911

914

913

912

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917. 1898, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, A/I/C incuse, (PR #

281), choice extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

918. 1898, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, A/I/C incuse, (PR #

281),UNC with toning, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

917

919. 1905, King Edward VII, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 309), Gem UNC,

strong features,Very Rare.

Key Date in the Edward VII Half Rupees.

Estimate : ` 22,000-28,000

920. 1910, King Edward VII, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint, B incuse, (PR #

317), graded& slabbed By NGC as MS 62, Very Rare in this grade.

Estimate : ` 20,000-30,000

918

921. 1910, King Edward VII, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 314), toned UNC,

reverse has strong features, Rare in this grade.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

922. 1915, King George V, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 322), graded &

slabbed by NGC as MS 61, Very Rare and important date.

Estimate : ` 18,000-22,000

919

923. 1921, King George V, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 324), gem

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

924. 1926, King George V, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint, (PR # 348),gem UNC with

toning, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

920

925. 1945, King George VI, Silver 1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint,Large 5, about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-7000

926. 1945, King George VI, Silver 1/2 Rupee,Lahore Mint, Large 5, about extremely

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-7000

921

927. 1947, King George VI, Of Metal Strike, Copper  1/2 Rupee, Bombay Mint, (Un-

listed in Pridmore), about very ine, Rare.

922

925

926

923

927

924

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928. 1835, King William IIII, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, F dugout, 19 berries

(10L + 9R), (PR # 34),almost UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

946. 1876, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A2/II/Dot, (PR # 147), graded

& slabbed by NGC as MS 61, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

929. 1835, King William IIII, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, F incuse, 19 berries (10L

+ 9R), (PR # 36), UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

947. 1877, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A3/II/Dot, (Unlisted in

Pridmore),Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

930. 1835, King William IIII, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, No initial, Thick Letter-

ing, 19 berries (10L + 9R), (PR # 40), almost UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

948. 1877, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A2/II/ Dot, (PR # 149),grad-

ed & slabbed by NGC as MS 61.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

931. 1835, King William IIII, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, No initial, Bud leaves,

Thin lettering, 20 berries (11L + 9R), (Unlisted in Pridmore), almost UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-3500

949. 1878,  Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A3/II/Dot, (PR #

151), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 61, lovely toning.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

932. 1835, King William IIII, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, R.S. incuse, Thin letter-

ing, 20 berries(11L + 9R), (Unlisted in Pridmore), about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

950. 1879, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A3/II(IId)/Dot, (PR #

153), about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

933. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Continuous Legend, Bombay Mint,No Ini-

tial, 19 berries (10L + 9R), (PR # 40), Gem UNC with toning, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

951. 1879, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A3/I/Dot, (PR # 154), grad-

ed & slabbed by NGC as MS 61.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

934. 1840, Victoria Quen, Silver Rupee, Divided Legend, Calcutta & Bombay

Mint, W.W.raised, 20 berries (13L + 15R), A/I, (S&W - 3.33), graded & slabbed

by NGC as MS 62.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

952. 1880, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A3/I/Dot, (PR # 156), grad-

ed & slabbed by NGC as MS 61, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

935. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Divided Legend, Calcutta Mint, W|W|

(elongated dots),28 berries(13L + 15R), (Unlisted in Pridmore), UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

953. 1884, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A3/I/B raised, (PR #

167), Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

936. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Divided Legend, W.W.B. Raised, Dot af-

ter B, Madras Mint, 28 berries(13L + 15R), (PR # UNLISTED),about extremely

ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

954. 1885, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A3/II/B raised, (PR #

168), Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

955.

incuse, (PR # 128), UNC with toning.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

1887, 

Victoria

Empress,

Silver

Rupee,

Calcutta

Mint,

C3/I/C

937. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Divided Legend, W.W.S Raised, 28 ber-

ries(13L + 15R), (PR # 59),about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

938.

Legend, W.W. (Elongated), 24 berries (12L +12R), (Unlisted in Pridmore), about

very ine,Very Rare.Very interesting specimen.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

1840,

Victoria

Queen,

Silver 

Rupee, 

MULE?, 

Divided 

939. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, MULE, Divided Legend, W.W. (Elongat-

ed), 25 berries (12L +13R), (Unlisted in Pridmore), about extremely ine,Very Rare.

The reverse is of 1849 year was used.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

928

940. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, B/III, (PR # 60), about ex-

tremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

941. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee,5 Panels, L C Wyon Design, Rev/II, (PR

# 57), extremely ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

929

942. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A/I/0/0 Dots, (PR #

66), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 63, lovely toning.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

943. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, H/2/0/6 Dots, (S&W -

4.81), (PR # 86), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 61, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

944. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint,  Type H/II/0/7 dots, (S&W 

# 4.84), (PR # 87), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 62, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

930

945. 1876, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A2/II/Dot, (PR # 147), Gem

UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

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934

932

933

937

936

935

938

940

939

943

941

942

945

944

946

947

949

948

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956. 1887,  Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, C2/I/B incuse, (PR #

173), Gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

957. 1888, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, C2/I/B rasied, (PR #

174), UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

956

958. 1900, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C3/I/C incuse, (PR #

138), UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

959. 1900, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, C3/I/Cincuse, (PR #

138), UNC with lovely toning.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

960. 1901, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, A3/I/B incuse, (PR #

187), graded & slabbed by NGC as MS 61, graded low, with rainbow toning.

Estimate : ` 6000-9000

957

961. 1904, King Edward VII, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, Dot in left stem, Die crack,

(PR # 190), Gem UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

962. 1906, King Edward VII, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 192), toned UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

958

963. 1909, King Edward VII, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 195), Gem

UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

964.1912, King George V, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, (PR # 218), Gem UNC.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

959

965. 1917, King George V, Silver Rupee, Calcutta Mint, (PR # 213), UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

966. 1918, King George V, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, (PR # 224), UNC with toning.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

967. 1919, King George V, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, (PR # 225), UNC.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

960

964

961

965

962

966

963

967

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968. 1920, King George V, Silver Rupee. Calcutta Mint, (PR # 216),UNC.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

969. 1921, King George V, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, (PR # 227), toned about UNC.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

970. 1922, King George V, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, (PR # 228), about UNC, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

968

971. 1938, King George VI, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, Bead(PR # 234), UNC with

toning, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

972. 1939, King George VI, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint, (PR # 235), toned very ine,

graded & slabbed by NGS as VF 35, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 4,00,000 - 5,00,000

969

973. 1945, King George VI, Silver Rupee, Bombay Mint,Large 5, Gem UNC, Very

Rare.

Exceptional quality and one of the Stunning Example which we have never ofered

earlier.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

974. 1945, King George VI, Silver Rupee, Lahore Mint, Large 5,about UNC, Ex-

tremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

970

975. 1947, King George VI, Nickel Rupee, Lahore Mint, (PR # 864), UNC.

Estimate : ` 1000-1500

Proof, Trials and Gold Mohurs

976. 1877, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Anna, Restrike Proof, Bombay

Mint, Bust/B, Brown Proof, with attractive features, Extremely Rare.

Struck like of Cameo style.

Estimate : ` 25,000-35,000

971

977. 1878, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Anna, Restrike Proof, Bombay Mint, Bust/B,

(S&W # 6.465), Proof, with attractive features, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

978. 1891, Victoria Empress, Copper 1/2 Anna, Restrike Proof, Bombay Mint, Bust/B,

(S&W # 6.476),  Brown Proof, with attractive features and toning, Extremely Rare.

Struck like of Cameo style, 1891 is more rarer than the earlier issues.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

972

975

974

977

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976

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979. 1920, King George V, Copper Nickel 4 Annas, Proof Restrike, Calcutta Mint, (PR

# 875), graded & slabbed by NGC as PF 65, highest grade for the type, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-35,000

980. 1862, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Restrike Proof,Cameo Quality,

Extremely Rare.

979

With the same obverse dies the gold 5 Rupees were struck in Restrike issues.

Estimate : ` 35,000-50,000

981. 1891, Victoria Empress,Proof Die Trials, Copper, 2 As, 1/4 Re, 1/2 Re, 1 Ru-

pee. Bombay Mint, Obv: Victoria Portrait, Rev: Uniface.

2 Annas is of Plain Edge while the other three pieces have a reeded edge. While we don’t

have the reverse to conirm the dates of these pieces but they all are graded by NGC

which certiied them as 1891 Bombay.

2 Annas - PF64BN (S&W # 6.411), ¼ Rupee – PF63BN (S&W # 6.306), ½ Rupee –

PF64BN (S&W # 6.209) & 1 Rupee – PF64BN (S&W # 6.122).

Extremely Rare as a set.

Estimate : ` 4,00,000-6,00,000

982.1841, Victoria Queen, Gold Mohur, Calcutta Mint, .W.W Incuse, Small Legends

and Date Numerals, (unlisted in Pridmore& Weir/Stevens), about very ine, Very

Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000-2,00,000

980

983. 1841, Victoria Queen, Gold Mohur, Calcutta Mint, W.W. Incuse, Large Date Nu-

merals, Normal 4, Earlier Die, 1835 Reverse?, Broader Fronds, (variant of PR # 22, 

otherwise unlisted), about very ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 2,00,000-3,00,000

984. 1841, Victoria Queen, Gold Mohur, Continuous Legend, No Initials, Date Double

Struck, (var. of PR#18), about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Date double struck is seen probably for the irst time in the Mohurs.

Estimate : ` 2,25,000-2,75,000

985. 1877, Victoria Empress, Gold Mohur, Calcutta Mint, V in relief, (PR # 14), about

extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 2,75,000-3,25,000

986. 1879, Victoria Empress, Gold Mohur, Calcutta Mint, C in relief at reverse, (PR #

17), choice extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 3,50,000-4,00,000

987. 1879, Victoria Empress, Gold 5 Rupees, Restrike Proof, Bombay Mint, (S&W #

6.23), Proof, graded and slabbed by NGC as PF63, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 5,50,000 - 6,50,000

988. 1918, King George V, Gold 15 Rupees, Bombay Mint, BM in relief, (PR #

25),graded and slabbed by PCGS as AU 55, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 2,25,000 - 2,75,000

981

984

982

985

986

988

987

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Coins of Republic India

989. Republic India, 1971, Food For All, Silver 10 Rupee, Bombay Mint, 14.90g,

34.03mm, (KM # 186), UNC.

989. Republic India, 1971, Food For All, Silver 10 Rupee, Bombay Mint, 14.90g,

34.03mm, (KM # 186), UNC.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

990. Republic India, 2010, Proof Silver 1000 Rupees,Mumbai Mint, 1000 Years of

Brihadeshwara Temple of Thanjavur, 34.84g, 37.5mm, Rare.

990. Republic India, 2010, Proof Silver 1000 Rupees,Mumbai Mint, 1000 Years of

Brihadeshwara Temple of Thanjavur, 34.84g, 37.5mm, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

989

991. 1950, Proof Set, Rupee, 1/2 Rupee, 1/4 Rupee, 2 Annas, 1 Anna, 1/2 Anna & 1

Pice, Bombay Mint, (RB # 1), intact condition in original brown packing, Extremely

991. 1950, Proof Set, Rupee, 1/2 Rupee, 1/4 Rupee, 2 Annas, 1 Anna, 1/2 Anna & 1

Pice, Bombay Mint, (RB # 1), intact condition in original brown packing, Extremely

Rare.

Rare.

In our last auction of July 2016 the similar set was sold for 1.56L incl of premium.

In our last auction of July 2016 the similar set was sold for 1.56L incl of premium.

Estimate : ` 1,10,000-1,30,000

Estimate : ` 1,10,000-1,30,000

Coins of Worldwide

990

992. Afghanistan, Amir Sher Ali, Kabul Dar-ul-saltanat Mint, Silver 1/2 Ru-

pee, AH 1295, Obv:kalima shahada & ruler name,Rev: sana, zarb & value,4.54g,

18.84mm,about very ine.

992. Afghanistan, Amir Sher Ali, Kabul Dar-ul-saltanat Mint, Silver 1/2 Ru-

pee, AH 1295, Obv:kalima shahada & ruler name,Rev: sana, zarb & value,4.54g,

18.84mm,about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

Estimate : ` 2000-3000

992

993. Belgium, Leopold II, Silver Franc, 1909 AD, Obv:bearded head of leopold II left,

legend in dutch, Rev:denomination above date within wreath, 5.05g, 22.97mm, about

very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

993. Belgium, Leopold II, Silver Franc, 1909 AD, Obv:bearded head of leopold II left,

legend in dutch, Rev:denomination above date within wreath, 5.05g, 22.97mm, about

very ine.

994. Canada, Elizabeth, Silver Dollar, 1960 AD, Obv:elizabeth II laureate bust

right,Rev:voyager, date and denomination below, 23.60g, 35.95mm, about extremely

ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

994. Canada, Elizabeth, Silver Dollar, 1960 AD, Obv:elizabeth II laureate bust

right,Rev:voyager, date and denomination below, 23.60g, 35.95mm, about extremely

ine.

993

995. German East Africa, Guilelums II Imperator , Silver 1/2 Rupie, AD

1912, Obv:helmeted and uniformed bust of Guilelums II Imperator as german em-

peror left, Rev: value, year, mint initial within palm wreath, 5.85 g, 23.12 mm, very

ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4500-5000

Estimate : ` 4500-5000

995. German East Africa, Guilelums II Imperator , Silver 1/2 Rupie, AD

1912, Obv:helmeted and uniformed bust of Guilelums II Imperator as german em-

peror left, Rev: value, year, mint initial within palm wreath, 5.85 g, 23.12 mm, very

ine, Rare.

994

996. Germany, Kingdom of Bavaria, Ludwig I, Silver 2 Thaler(3-1/2 Gulden), 1845

AD, Obv: head right around LUDWIG I KOENIG VON BAYERN,Rev: statue, leg-

end stand STANDBILD DES CANZLER’S FREYHERNN V.KREITTMAYR ERR-

ICHTET I MUNCHEN,37.05g, 38.00mm, about very ine, Rare.

996. Germany, Kingdom of Bavaria, Ludwig I, Silver 2 Thaler(3-1/2 Gulden), 1845

AD, Obv: head right around LUDWIG I KOENIG VON BAYERN,Rev: statue, leg-

end stand STANDBILD DES CANZLER’S FREYHERNN V.KREITTMAYR ERR-

ICHTET I MUNCHEN,37.05g, 38.00mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

995

991

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997. Nepal, Sri Jnanender Veer Vikram Shah Deva, Silver 500 Rupees,issued

to commemorate theGOLDEN JUBILEE of the First Conquest of Mount EVER-

EST (1953-2003 AD), 23.45g, 31.84mm,UNC.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

998. Nepal, Sivadeva (1098-1126 AD), Gold Sivaka, Obv: legend “sri”,Rev: leg-

end “sivasya”, 0.91g, 8.49mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

997

999. Portuguese, Mozambique, Silver 5 Escudos, 1935 AD, Obv:republica por-

tuguesa and year, Rev:colonia de mocambique and denomination value, 7.05g, 

25.38mm,UNC.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

1000. Portugal, Allegory, Silver Escudo, 1915 AD, Obv: allegory facing left; “RE-

PUBLICA PORTUGUESA”, Rev: shield superimposed upon globe within wreath; 1

escudo below, 25.15g, 37.27mm, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

998

1001. Portugal, Allegory, Silver 50 Centavos, 1913 AD, Obv: allegory; “REPUBLI-

CA PORTUGUESA”, (date) below, Rev:shield superimposed upon globe within

wreath, 50 centavos below, 12.55g, 30.54mm, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

999

1002. Portugal, Carlos I, Silver 1000 Ries and 500 Reis, 1899 AD, Obv:carlos I bust

facing right, Rev:crowned arms within sprays and wreath, 12.55g, 25.20g, 30.55mm,

37.37mm, very ine.

Estimate : ` 8500-10000

1003. Portugal, Luiz I, Gold 5000 Reis, AD 1889, Obv: portrait of luiz facing left,

lettering ‘LUDOVICUS. I. PORTUG. ET ALGAERB RFX’, date, Rev:crowned mantled

arms below value, 8.80g, 28.94mm, (KM # 916), choice extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-60,000

1000

1004. Saudi Arabia, Makkah al Mukarrama, Silver Riyal, Obv: one riyal of saudi

arabia (above),value below within design lanked by palmtrees, Rev: kingdom of saudi

arabia (top),crossed swords, 11.50g, 30.57mm, choice extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

1005. South Africa, George VI, Silver 2-1/2 Shillings, 1937 AD, Obv:georgivs VI rex

imperator engraver: thomas humphrey paget, Rev:south africa suid afrika 2-1/2 shil-

lings, engraver: george edward kruger gray, 14.25g, 32.30mm, about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1200-1500

1001

1006. Srilanka, Chola Empire, Raja Raja I (AD 985-1014), Gold Aka(1/8 Kahava-

nu),Obv:king standing to right with altar infront, Rev: nagari legend ‘Daraka’, sun

above, 0.50g, 10.67mm, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

1002

1004

1005

1006

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1007. Srilanka, Chola Empire, Raja Raja Chola I (985-1014 AD), Base Gold Ka-

havanu, Obv: king seated with legend ‘Lanka Vibhu (Lord of Srilanka)’, Rev:king

standing facing right, holding aloft a globule; altar, lame, conch, pellets, and lotus in

ields, 4.29g, 19.42mm, (Mitch-Tamilnadu & Kerala # 311), about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

1007

1008. Straits Settlements, Victoria Queen , Silver 50 Cent, 1901 AD, Obv:crowned

head left, Legend: VICTORIA QUEEN, Rev:value with beaded, circle, Legend: Straits

Settlements, 13.41g, 30.84mm,about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

1009. Thailand, Rama IV, Silver Salung (1/4 Baht), Obv:crown between umbrellas

in plain ield, Rev: elephant within chakra, 14.69g, 31.12mm, (KM # Y29), about ex-

tremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4500-5000

1008

1010. U.S.A, 1895, Gold 20 Dollars, San Francisco Mint, Obv: liberty head,Rev:leg-

end “united states of america”,31.77g, 34.33mm, (KM # 74.3), UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,10,000-1,40,000

1011. Great Britain, George III, Silver Crown, 1696 AD, Obv: GVLIELMVS. III

DEVI.GRA.,REV: 1696.MAG BR.ERA ET.HIB.REX.,28.70g, 40.12mm, about very

ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 7000-7500

1009

1012. Great Britain, Victoria, Silver 6 Pence, 1888 AD, Obv:victoria bust “VICTO-

RIA DEI GRATIA BRITT : REGINA: F: D:”,Rev:corwned shield “HONI SOIT QUI

MAL Y PENSE”, 5.65g, 23.48mm, choice extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

1013. Great Britain, Victoria, Silver One Shilling, 1900 AD, Obv:victoria ma-

ture draped bust left, Rev: crowned shields, of england, scotland and Ireland, 5.60g,

23.47mm, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

1010

1014. Great Britain, Edward VII, Silver Florin (2 Shillings), 1902 AD, Obv:edward

VII head right,Rev: britannia standing looking right, 11.05g, 28.44mm, about ine.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

1015. Great Britain, George V, Silver One Florin, 1921 AD, Obv:george V head

left, Rev:cross of crowned shield, sceptres in angles, 11.05g, 28.38mm, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

1011

1016. Great Britain, George V, Silver 1/2 Crown, 1932 AD, Obv:george V head

left, Rev: quartered shield lanked by crowned monograms, 14.05g, 32.03mm, about

extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

1012

Seals, Tokens, Medals & Badges - Images sizes in this section are not to scale.

1017. Urdu Seal, Mughal/Jaipur Issue , Inverted persian legend,sawai ji singh, AH

1130/7,Obv: Jogal kishwar banda maharaja dhiraj sawaiji singh, Rev:uni-

face, 7.17g 33.68mm, excellent condition.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

1013

1016

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1018. Urdu Ring Seal, Mughal Issue, Silver Ring/Seal, Invertedpersian legend“ abda

ghulam ali”, 46.9g 31.40mm, excellent condition, one of the fantastic pattern, Very

Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

1019. Urdu Ring Seal, Mughal Issue, Silver Ring/Seal oval shaped, Invertedpersian

legend“ya aba al quasim”, 45.0g 28.96mm, excellent condition, one of the fantastic

pattern, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

1018

1020. Silver Weight Bar, 5 Tolas, Habib Bank Ltd, Pure Silver(99.9), Undated, leg-

ends in gujarati,58.66g. 38.32mm, choice extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 6000-9000

1021. Silver Weight Bar, 10 Tolas, Bombay, 999.9 Fineness, issued by Narrondass

Manordass Reiners, company logo, 1788 Estd. Date, Rev:inscription in ive lines, 44.83

x 31.19mm, extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

1019

1022. Gold Weight, 1 Tola, India, Obv: gulam husain hasan ali al rai in tughra

style,Rev: value in center, G. H. Sharof & Co., ine 995.0 around, 11.60g, 30.29mm, ex-

tremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 38,000-42,000

1023. Gold Weight, 1 Tola, India,Obv:m/s manilal chimanlal & co. bombay, in cen-

ter stylised star,Rev: guinea gold, ine 9166 around, 11.64g, 22.39 x 22.57mm, Gem

UNC, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-45,000

1020

1024. Token, Bank of India, Anniversary of 1000 years (Millenium), Royal Canadi-

an Mint, Gold Token, 2000, Obv:logo of the Bank of India that is star within centre like

diety symbol, Rev:weight, itness, mint name,10.0g, 24.99mm,about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 36,000-40,000

1025. Token, Sikh Gold Token,Obv: guru nanak seated with his disciples under a

tree,Rev:gurumukhi legends, 4.12g, 25.82mm, about extremelyine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 18,000-20,000

1026. Badge, Hyderabad, Brass Badge, Obv: mahrusa-e-sarkar aali sar rishta-e-mal-

guzari, chaprasi daftar madadgar nazim junglat, division mahbub nagar, sana hijri

1216,Rev:four buckle back, 206.14g, 115 x 95mm,about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12,000

1027. Bahawalpur Medal (North West Frontier Medal), 1914-19, 1st World War

Medal, Gold gilt on Bronze, Awarded to 232 Lance Siladar PIRAN, Bahawalpur Trans-

port Corps, with hook, 27.11g, 37.60mm, about UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-9000

1021

1025

1022

1023

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1027

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1028. Baroda, Sayaji Rao III, Silver, Diamond Jubilee Medal, Obv: bust of sayaji

rao III facing left, around the edge, devanagiri inscription shri 3 sayaji rao maharaj

gayakwad, Rev: within a loral design, devanagiri inscription in six lines, 15.00g,

40.63mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

1029. Bikaner, Sadul Singh, Silver, Class II Medal, Heptagon Shape, was awarded

to Class II dignatories of the State For the Royal and Faithful Service.

Obv: bust of maharja sardul singh facing left, heavily decorated with medals and

badges, nagari legend “maharaj shri sadul singh ji bahadur” around , Rev:en-

glish legends “For Royal and Faithful Service”, nagari legends“swami bhak-

ti param seva”, sadul singh “S” monogram below royal chhatra,”raj shri bikan-

er” in last line, 19.43g, 35.50mm, choice extremely ine with hook, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 75,000-1,00,000

1028

1030. Jodhpur, Umaid Singh, Bronze Medal, Obv:bust of maharaja &inscrip-

tion “H.H. Maharaja of Jodhpur”, Rev: the mehrangarh fort and inscription, 74.64g, 

50.47mm,almost UNC,Rare.

Estimate : ` 13,000-15,000

1029

1031. British India, Copper Medal, Army Rile Association, Obv:tiger advancing

left on plinth inscribed N.I.R,A /1863-86,Rev:B.P.R.A. /1887-1921, army rile above,

association india below,19.42g, 35.29mm,about extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

1032. Victoria Empress, Silver 1878-79-80, Second Anglo Afghan War Med-

al,Obv: Portrait bust of Queen Victoria. Rev: Marching army; inscription AF-

GHANISTAN awarded to Private Mhadoopaik, Naik 13thRegt., MYB 128, 30g,

36.25mm, about very ine, hook removed,Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

1033. Victoria Empress, Burma (1887-89), Silver Medal, Obv: the diademed head of

Queen Victoria and the legend “VICTORIA REGINA”,Rev:depicts the winged igure

of victory crowning a seated warrior with a wreath, Awarded to 2111 Bissasur Chow-

bay 2nd Regt (infy Hydbd Contg), 40.79g, 36.18mm,about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

1034. King George V, Royal Mint, Silver,Coronation Medallion, 1911 AD, Obv:bust

of George V with GEORGE V CROWNED JUNE 22 1911 legend.Rev:bust of Elizabeth

with QVEEN MARY JUNE 22 1911 legend, 12.27g, 30.60mm,extremely ine +, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

1030

1035. King George V, 1914-1918 AD, Silver War Medal,Obv:Bare Head

of King George V with legends “GEORGIVS V BRITT: OWN: REX ET IN-

D:IMP:”, Rev:horseman or reverse marching to right, Awarded  to  no  25752, 

PTE.P.G. TANSLEY. DEVON.R., 32.98g, 36.19mm,extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

1031

1035

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1036. King George V, 1928, India General Service Medal, Silver, Medal with

Bar, ‘North West Frontier 1930-31’, Obv:King’s proile to left with his titles

around,Rev:India written below wreath,Awarded to 2369 S.A.S.E.J.SCHWARTZ-

.I.M.D, with clasps, 42.44g, 36.01mm, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4500-6000

1036

1037. King George VI, 1936-37, India General Service Medal, Silver, Medal with 

Bar,‘NORTH WEST FRONTIER 1936-37’ clasp; Obv:the face with the crowned

head of king George VI facing left with his titles around, Rev:tiger above a mountain-

ous landscape, circumscribed ‘INDIA’ above; Awarded to MT-1 19724 Store keeper 

Sura Singh. R. I.A.S.C.(M.T), 42.00g, 36mm,extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

1038. King George VI, 1940, Indian Recruiting Star Medal, Silver & Bronze, A

multi-rayed silver breast badge surmounted by an imperial crown with a suspension ring

itted through the top of the crown, In the centre is superimposed a bronze medallion

bearing the left-facing crowned proile of king George VI, within a collar inscribed FOR

RECRUITING, with hook, 26.00g, 38.64mm,about uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

1037

1039. King George VI, 1945, Military Cross Medal, Silver, Without Suspend-

er and Without Ribbon Bar, Awarded for Gallantry and second only to the Victoria

Cross, 15.28g, 45.70mm,UNC, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-18,000

1040. Allahabad University,1887, Silver Badge, Quot Rami Tot Arbores, Tree in

obverse, Searial no. 3399, 10.68g, 30.26mm,about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

1041. Lahore, 1927, Silver, Dayanand Aurvedic College, Kaviraj Dhanwantri’s Med-

al, Awarded to Hari Dutta Shastri for Best Essay in 2nd year, 23.61g, 47.19mm,about

extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3500-4000

1042. NAS High School, 1932, District League Durbar, Manipuri, Jai Hind in

nagari, Enameled and Silver, 14g 39.37mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4500-5500

1039

1038

1040

1042

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1043. St. Stephens Hospital Delhi, 916, Silver, The Marie Hayes Memorial Prize

for Long Service 1904 -1916, Obv: Lady helping/curing another ill lady,Awarded to

Jaiwanti Ban, 48.04g 44.83mm, about very ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 4500-5500

1044. Uttar Pradesh, Silver Medal, Presented by H.E. The Governor, Obv:Coat

of arms of uttar pradesh with the legend of Presented by H.E. The Gover-

nor U.P.,Rev:Engraved (AWARDED) To M. Samiullah Khan For War Ser-

vices, 27.37g 37.98mm, about extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

1045. Australia, Victoria Queen, 1900, Silver, China War Medal, Obv:a vieled &

crowned half length bust of queen victoria facing left around victoria Regina ET Em-

peratrix,Rev:a war trophy set at the base of a palm tree with an oval shield bearing the

royal arms at centre resting against it around above armis exposure pacem in exergue

on a plaque, china below the plaque,1900,34.13g, 36.5mm,extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 14,000-18,000

1043

1046. Canada, Silver Medallion, Duke & Duchess of Connaught, 1911-1916, Hall

Marked, Obv:DUKE & DUCHESS Of CONNAUGHT with english legends around,

engraver initials “F. BOWCHER. F 1911”, Rev:Royal Coat of Arms with legends

“PRESENTED BY HRH THE DUKE Of CONNAUGHT KG GOVERNOR GENERAL

Of CANADA”, 69.2g, 52mm,extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-18,000

1047. France, Claude Martin, Bronze Medal, 1859, Obv:portrait & legend,Rev: receipi-

ent’s name within wreath and date, 60.90g, 50.82mm, (Puddester # 836.3.2), UNC,Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

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1048. United Kingdom, Victoria Queen, Abyssinian War Medal, Silver, Obv:the

left facing eigy of diademed queen victoria around the edge is a stylized order with

identions, between the identions are the letters “ABYSSINIA”,Rev: blank central

shield for stamps the recepients name surrounded by laurel wreath, Awarded to Sepoy

Nehoul Sing (Nihal Singh), 23, Punjab Pioneers, 29.75g, 32mm, about very ine, Ex-

tremely Rare.

The Abyssinian War Medal was awarded for service between 4 October 1867 and 19

April 1868 to those who participated in the 1868 Expedition to Abyssinia. This punitive

expedition, led by Lieutenant-General Sir Robert Napier, was carried out by armed forc-

es of the British Empire against the Ethiopian Empire. Emperor Tewodros II of Ethiopia,

imprisoned several missionaries and two representatives of the British government. The

punitive expedition launched by the British in response required the transportation of

a sizable military force hundreds of miles across mountainous terrain lacking any road

system.

This medal was awarded to a Punjabi Sikh Sepoy for his services in Abyssinian War.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

1049

1049. UK, Victoria Queen, 1837-1897, Diamond Jubilee Medal, Large Gold,Obv: ma-

tured bust of the Queen to left with date1897 below,Rev:young bust of the Queen to left with

date 1837 below,93.1g, 55.65mm, about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 3,50,000-4,00,000

1050. United Kingdom, 1930, LODGE, R.A.O.B. “RC” I.O., Copper & Enam-

elled, Rev; Presented to Primo N. Harmer, 29th Oct. 1930, Hall marked, Made

by; L.Simp son & Co. 56 York, London, With Ribbon and RMO Badge, 34.85g

40.82mm, above extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 4500-5500

1051. United Kingdom, Queen Elizabeth II, 1962, Borneo, Obv: the crowned bust of queen

Elizabeth II & the legend “Elizabeth II DEE GRATIA REGINA F.D”,Rev:the inscription

“FOR CAMPAIGN SERVICE” with a crown over, all within an oak wreath,Named toL/

CPL Manaparsad Gurung, 2/2 GR.43.70g, 36.28mm,about very ine.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

1048

1050

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Paper Money

1052. Uniface 10 Rupees, Green Underprint, A. F. Cox, 1903 June 6, Calcutta Cir-

cle, Serial No. PA79 90912, (KJ & RR 2A.2.2A1), some folds and few holes, corners

folded,about extremely ine+, Rare

Estimate : ` 65,000-85,000

1053. King George V,  1917, 1 Rupee,Universalised circle, signed by M. M. S. Gub-

bay, “C” Preix, S. No C6 745900, wrong gujarati,(KJ & RR# 3.1.1B),white paper

with excellent quality, two center fold, extremely ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

1052

1054. King George V,  1917, 1  Rupee,  Universalised circle, signed by H. Den-

ning, “S” Preix, S. NoS54 625717, Star watermark, correct gujarati,(KJ & RR#

3.1.3), 3 folds, stains,about ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

1055. King George V,  1917, 1 Rupee,Universalised circle, signed by A.C.McWat-

ters, “Y” Preix, S. NoY92 036732,enclosed star, correct gujarati, with booklet’s

perforation margins, (KJ & RR# 3.1.2A), white paper with excellent quality, center U

fold, about UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1053

1056. King George V, 1925, 5 Rupees, H. Denning, Water Mark Variety “A”, Preix 

“H”, S. No. H9 804545 in Black, (KJ & RR 3.4.7 A), center fold,about extremely

ine,Scarce.

Estimate : ` 22,000-25,000

1057. King George V, 1925, 5 Rupees, J. B. Taylor, Water Mark Variety “B”, Preix 

“N”, Serial No. N38 094415 in Black, (KJ & RR 3.4.2), white paper, center fold,about

extremely ine, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1054

1058. King George V, 1923, 10 Rupees, H. Denning, Serial No. in top left & bottom

right, Preix “C”, Serial No. C7 845662, (KJ & RR 3.6.2), white paper, center fold,

thread hole, some stain,extremely ine+, overall very attractive, Rare.

Estimate : ` 30,000-40,000

1059. King George V, 1923, 10 Rupees, H. Denning, Serial No.in top right & bottom

left, Preix “C”, Serial No. E39 204499, (KJ & RR 3.6A.1), white paper, center fold,

few stains,extremely ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 30,000-40,000

1055

1058

1056

1059

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1060. King George V, 1925, 10 Rupees, J. B. Taylor, Serial No. K96 894168, (KJ &

RR 3.7.2), few stains, thread holes, extremely ine+, overall very attractive, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 22,000-25,000

1061. King George V, 1930-1931,100 Rupees, Second Issue, Rangoon Circle, signed

by J.W. Kelly, T Preix, S.No: T32 260476, (KJ & RR # 3.10.3 G), pin holes, two folds,

center is stained, exceptional white paper, about extremely ine otherwise, Very Rare.

Notes with preix ‘T’ were printed on a thinner paper, overall rare note from tough circle.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000-2,00,000

1060

1062. King George VI, 1940, 1 Rupee, C. E. Jones, “A” Inset, “W” Preix, Black

Serial No. W44 873498, pin holes, stains and folded,about very ine, Extremely Rare.

This is the rarest variety of 1 Rupee of King George VI.

Estimate : ` 50,000-75,000

1063. King George VI, 1943, 2 Rupees, J.B. Taylor, A Preix,serial no in black, S.No.

A20 160056, (KJ & RR # 4.2.1), pin holes, Uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-12,000

1064. King George VI, 1943, 2 Rupees, C.D. Deshmukh, H Preix,serial no in Red,

S.No. H43 474223, Some stains, (KJ & RR # 4.2.3), about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

1061

1065. King  George  VI,  1944,  5  Rupees,  C.D.  Deshmukh,  C  Preix, serial no

in black, Front facing proile of King George VI, S.No. C89 926317, (KJ & RR #

4.4.1), ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

1066. King George VI, 1944, 10 Rupees (2), C. D. Deskmukh, Consecutive Pair, S.

No. B32 387010 & B32 387011, Gem Uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12,000

1065

1067. King George VI, 100 Rupees,Bombay,J.B. Taylor,A Preix, serial no in black,

S.No. A33 401294, (KJ & RR # 4.7.1A), single folded, stained, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

1068. King George VI, 100 Rupees,Calcutta,J.B. Taylor,A  Preix,  S.No. A61

759306, (KJ & RR # 4.7.1B), folds, stained, thread and tiny pin holes, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 13,000-15,000

1069. King George VI, 100 Rupees,Madras,J.B. Taylor,A Preix, Side WMK. Se-

rial No. A57 874158, (KJ & RR # 4.7.F), folds, tiny pin holes, exceptional white appeal

overall, choice very ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 35,000-45,000

1067

1062

1068

1066

1064

1063

1069

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1070. King George VI, 100 Rupees, Calcutta, C. D. Deskmukh, A Preix, Serial No.

A75 934730 in black, (KJ & RR 4.7.2 B),very tiny holes, folds & stained, ine.

Estimate : ` 13,000-15,000

1071. King George VI, 100 Rupees, Calcutta, C. D. Deskmukh, A Preix, Serial No.

A99 808843 in black, (KJ & RR 4.7.2 B),multiple holes, folds & stained, ine.

Estimate : ` 12,000-15,000

1072. King George VI, 100 Rupees, Calcutta, C. D. Deskmukh, B Preix, Serial No.

B18 092302 in black, (KJ & RR 4.7.2 B),holes, folds & stained, bank’s stamps at re-

verse, about veryine.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

1070

1073. King George VI, 100 Rupees, Calcutta, C. D. Deskmukh, B Preix, Serial No.

B20 863475 in black, (KJ & RR 4.7.2 B),holes, folds & stained, bank’s stamps at re-

verse, about veryine.

Estimate : ` 13,000-15,000

1074. King George VI, 100 Rupees (2), Calcutta, C. D. Deskmukh, B Preix, Pair of 

Two Consecutive Serial No, S.No. B20 895274 & 895275, (KJ & RR # 4.7.2B), center

fold, pin and thread hole, exceptional white paper, overall very attractive, almost uncir-

culated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 55,000-65,000

1071

1075. King George VI, 100 Rupees, Cawnpore, C. D. Deskmukh, B Preix,Serial no.

B25 868893, (KJ & RR 4.7.2C), holes, folded & stains,about ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 35,000-45,000

1076. King George VI, 100 Rupees, Delhi C. D. Deskmukh, B Preix,Serial no. B42

491734, (KJ & RR 4.7.2D), holes, folded & little stains,about extremely ine+, Very

Rare.

Estimate : ` 45,000-55,000

1077. King George VI, 100 Rupees, Delhi C. D. Deskmukh, B Preix,Serial no. B64

727987, (KJ & RR 4.7.2D), holes, folded & little stains,about very ine+, Very Rare.

1072

B 64 is very rare preix in the series.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1078. Hyderabad, 5 Rupees, Mehadi Yar Jung, S.No. NP 09650, (KJ & RR

7.6.2), about uncirculated, Scarce.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

1079. Portuguese India, 5 Rupees, Banco Nacional Ultramarino, 1 January

1924, President: Antonio Dos Santos Viegas, Administrators:- Julio Schmidt, S.No. A

179921, (KJ & RR # 12.22.2),some hole, fold and stains, about ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 15,000-20,000

1073

1077

1076

1074

1078

1079

1075

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1080. 1949, 10 Rupees, C. D. Deshmukh, First Issue, English Only, S.No. A6

809898, (KJ & RR 6.4.1.1), almost UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-30,000

1081. 1950, 100 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, First Issue, Kanpur, “U” Preix, S.No. U1

354842, (KJ DR, JG & ND # G 1D),some usual fold & pin hole, choice extremely

ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 16,000-20,000

1082. 1950, 100 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, First Issue, Madras,”Q” Preix, S.No. Q12

006237, (KJ DR, JG & ND # G 1C),folded, holes, about very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-13,000

1081

1083. 1951, 100 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, Second Issue, Bombay, incorrect hindi is-

sue, Eak Sau Rupaya, “A” Preix, S.No. A12 511976, (KJ DR, JG & ND # G 2A), some

usual fold with pin and thread hole, choice extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

1084. 1951, 100 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, Second Issue, Bombay, incorrect hindi is-

sue, Eak Sau Rupaya, “A” Preix, S.No. A15 861687, (KJ DR, JG & ND # G 2A), graf-

iti, some usual fold with pin and thread holes, choice extremely ine,Rare.

1082

Reverse 786 in the serial number.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

1085. 1951, 100 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, Second Issue, Calcutta, incorrect hindi is-

sue, Eak Sau Rupaya, “H” Preix, S.No. H5 178040, (KJ DR, JG & ND # G 2B), fold-

ed and multiple holes, very ine.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

1083

1086. 1951, 100 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, Second Issue, Delhi, incorrect hindi issue, Eak

Sau Rupaya, “X” Preix, S.No. X2 630447, (KJ DR, JG & ND # G 2e), folded and pin/

thread holes, extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 6000-9000

1087. 1951, 100 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, Third Issue, Kanpur, incorrect hindi is-

sue, Eak Sau Rupaya, “U” Preix, S.No. U2 108128 in red, (KJ, DR, JG & ND # G

3d), folded and multiple holes, very ine.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

1084

1088. 1954, 1000 Rupees, B. Rama Rao,Bombay, incorrectHINDI, “Ek Hazaar

Rupaya”, S.No. A0 616491, (KJ & RR # 6.9.1 A),some usual fold and holes, about

very ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-50,000

1085

1080

1086

1088

1087

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1089. 1954, 1000 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, Kanpur, incorrect HINDI, “Ek Hazaar

Rupaya”, S.No. U0 050411, (KJ & RR # 6.9.1 D),some usual fold and multiple holes,

graiti, about very ine +, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,50,000-2,00,000

1090. 1954, 1000 Rupees, B. Rama Rao, Calcutta,correct HINDI, “Ek Hazaar Ru-

pye”, S.No. H0 677348, (KJ & RR # 6.9.2 B),folded, multiple holes, about very ine,Ex-

tremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 1,25,000-1,50,000

1091. 1964, 1000 Rupees, P. C. Bhattacharya, Bombay,S.No. A2 026625, (KJ &

RR # 6.9.3.1),some usual fold and holes, choice extremely ine - almost uncirculat-

ed,Very Rare.

1089

Very attractive specimen for a type.

Estimate : ` 70,000-90,000

1092. 1975, 1000 Rupees, N. C. Sengupta, Bombay Circle, S.No. A0 597142, (KJ &

RR # 6.9.4.1), folds otherwise uncirculated,Rare in this grade.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1093. 1975, 1000 Rupees, K. R. Puri, Bombay Circle, S.No. A11 328681, (KJ & RR

# 6.9.4.2), folds otherwise uncirculated,Rare in this grade.

Estimate : ` 22,000-25,000

1090

1094. 1957, 1 Rupee, Persian Gulf Issue, A. K. Roy, S.No. Z3 556532, (KJ & RR

6.12.1.1), GEM UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 40,000-50,000

1095. 1959, 5 Rupees, Persian Gulf Issue, H.V.R. Iengar, S.No. Z0 060119, (KJ & RR

6.12.2.1), about very ine +, Rare.

Estimate : ` 50,000-75,000

1096. 1959, 10 Rupees, Persian Gulf Issue, H.V.R. Iengar, S.No. Z4 710951, (KJ &

RR 6.12.3.1), stains, choice extremely ine+, Rare.

Estimate : ` 18,000-22,000

1091

1097. 1959, 100 Rupees, Persian Gulf Issue, H.V.R. Iengar, S.No. Z5 379991, (KJ &

RR 6.12.4.1), extremely ine - almost Unc, Extremely Rare.

Very attractive with overall white paper quality.

Estimate : ` 2,50,000-3,00,000

1092

1095

1096

1093

1094

1097

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Error Notes

1098. 10 Rupees, 2011, S. No. 88B 477678, Error: printing missing on obverse side

except serial numbers on both end, Uncirculated,Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

1099. 10 Rupees (10 Notes), 2012, S. No. 39S 702099,702199.......702999, Error: se-

rial numbers shifted, printing shifted on both obverse and reverse on all the notes, Un-

circulated,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

1098

1100. 10 Rupees, 2013, S. No. 18R 799900 & 800000 on one note, Fancy Num-

ber, Error: serial numbers mismatched on one note, printing shifted on both obverse

and reverse, graiti, extremely ine+.,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 12,000-13,000

1101. 10 Rupees, 2015, S. No. 83C 113294, Error: printing missing on obverse side

except serial numbers on both end, about extremely ine,Rare.

Estimate : ` 2500-3000

1099

1102. 10 Rupees (3), 2015, S. No. 35B 097220, 35B 057220, 35B 017220, Error: un-

usual cutting error which is popularly known as butterly error, extra paper on three

notes, two notes have currency sheet no, little folds otherwise Uncirculated,Rare.

Exceptional error in the series of error, extremely tough to get.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1103. 10 Rupees Bundle (100 Notes), 2016, Telescopic Serial Numbers,S. No. 29A

818801-100, Error: unusual cutting error on one note in the bundle bearing S. No 29A

818895, which is cut uneven, extra paper on right and bottom margins, currency sheet

margins visible at bottom, Uncirculated,Rare.

Estimate : ` 7000-9000

1100

1104. 50 Rupees, 1982-90, R N Malhotra,S.  No.4CH  387261  and  24  on  extra 

part, Error: unusual cutting error which is popularly known as butterly error, 35%

extra paper on top, excellent condition, Uncirculated,Extremely Rare.

Extremely rare to get such type of error in the earlier issues.

Estimate : ` 23,000-27,000

1101

1104

1102

1103

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1105. 50 Rupees, 2015, S. No. 0ED 632337 on 1ED 456336, Error: overprinting of the

diferent serial numbers on one note on both sides, heavily circulated note, about very

ine,Extremely Rare.

Exceptional error and probably ofered for irst time.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

1106. 100 Rupees, 1997-2003, Bimal Jalan,S. No. 9QQ 037732, Error: color missing

on 40% on both obverse and reverse when folded or normal, no printing on the under

designs at the reverse, but the reverse shows only L inset on folding, UNC with folding

error,Extremely Rare.

Very interesting and unusual error, stunning attractiveness.!

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

1105

1107. 100 Rupees, 2014, S. No. 0FP 473051, Error: 40% print shifting and cutting

with serial numbers printed inverted way, cancelled by bank staf?, folded and al-

most UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

1108. 100 Rupees (2), 2015, Consecutive Pair, Telescopic S. No. 1CF 648474, 1CF 

648475, Error: Paper Shrinking Error, extra paper from the bottom serial numbers on

both notes, serial no spread on the extra paper, UNC, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 9000-11,000

1109. 500 Rupees, 2014, S. No. 9KR 021135, Error:printing shifted from right to left,

Gandhiji visible under the security thread, extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

1108

1106

1109

1107

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1110. 500 Rupees (2), 2014, S. No. 9GA 738017, 738018, 738018 & 738019 on two 

notes, Error:both notes bearing diferent upper and lower numbers, mismatch serial

numbers on single note or one note having diferent serial numbers,UNC, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

1111. 500 Rupees, 2015, S. No. 6UU 306802, Error: printing missing on obverse side

except serial numbers on both end, cancelled by bank staf?, Uncirculated, Rare.

Estimate : ` 6000-8000

1112. 500 Rupees, 2015, S. No. 6AB 903957, Error: unusual cutting error which is

popularly known as butterly error, huge extra paper with extra margins, serial number

printed on odd/even positions, Uncirculated,Rare.

Estimate : ` 11,000-14,000

1110

1113. 1000 Rupees, 2008-2013, S. No. 4AC 988992, Error: printing error, black color

missing on reverse, no year visible, little folds, extremely ine+,Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-5000

1114. 1000 Rupees, 2012, S. No. 5AQ 820441, Error: double printing in front side,

complete note is double printed, back side normal, graiti at back, circulated note, ex-

tremely ine+,Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

1111

1113

1112

1114

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1115. Hyderabad, Copper 4 Annas, Brockage Error, Error: enlarged brockage

lakhi impression of Toughra & 20% of struck on reverse, 11.36g, 31.58mm, about

extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1115

1116. Hyderabad, Mir Mahbub ali Khan, Silver Brockage Rupee, AH 1329, Er-

ror: clear reverse lakhi brockage with deep & full impression of obverse re-

verse, 10.89g, 30.48mm,about extremely ine, Extremely Rare.

Never ofered before from the Hyderabad series.

Estimate : ` 50,000-75,000

1117. Kutch, Silver Kori, Lakhi Type, In the name of Muhammad Akbar II, Er-

ror: clear obverse lakhi brockage with deep & full impression of obverse at re-

verse, 4.45g, 14.70mm, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-10,000

1116

1118. Sailana, Jaswant Singh I, Copper 1/4 Anna, 1912 AD, Error: 90’ or 3’o Clock

Die Rotation, In the name ofKing George V, Obv:crowned bust left, Rev:value, date

within beaded circle,5.14g, 25.11mm, almost uncirculated, Extremely Rare.

1117

Fantastic specimen for all the error collectors of British India as well.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

1119. Madras Presidency, Copper Brockage X Cash, Error: clear reverse lakhi

brockage with deep & full impression of reverse at obverse, 4.52g, 25.75mm, about

extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-12,000

1118

1120. Victroria Empress, Copper 1/2 Pice, Error: clear reverse lakhi brockage with

deep & full impression of obverse at reverse, gem UNC, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 25000-45000

1119

1121. 1944, King George VI, Copper 1 Pice, Error: ‘I’ Instead of L, UNC with ton-

ing, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

1122. King George VI, Copper 1 Pice, Error: both side uniface, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

1120

1123. 1835, East India Company, Copper 1/4 Anna, Error: Inverted Axis, 180’ Rota-

tion,Calcutta Mint, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 8000-12000

1124. Victoria Empress, Copper 1/4 Anna, Error: double struck on both sides, 40%

double struck, about ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-30,000

1121

1125. Victroria Queen, Copper 1/4 Anna, Error: clear obverse lakhi brockage with

full impression of obverse at reverse, complete details of Queen’s panel and ja-

bot,about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

1122

1126. King George V, 1913, Copper 1/4 Anna, Date Side Brockage, Error: clear re-

verse lakhi brockage with full impression of reverse at obverse, Calcutta Mint, about

very ine,Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1123

1125

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1127. 1908, King Edward VII, Copper 1/4 Anna, Error: 20% of centre-struck on both 

sides, Calcutta Mint, about very ine.

Estimate : ` 5000-6000

1128. King Edward VII, Copper 1/4 Anna, Error: clear obverse lakhi brockage with

deep & full impressions of obverse at reverse,about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-12,000

1127

1129. Victoria Queen , Copper 1/2 Anna, Error: clear obverse lakhi brockage with

light impressions of obverse at reverse,about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1130. 1909, King Edward VII, Copper Nickle 1 Anna, Error: 15% of-center struck on 

both sides,about very ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

1128

1131. Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Annas, Error: clear obverse lakhi brockage with deep

& full impressions of obverse at reverse,about extreme ine+, Extremely Rare,

Estimate : ` 25,000-35,000

1132. King George VI, Copper Nickle 2 Annas, Error: clear obverse lakhi brockage

with deep impressions of obverse at reverse making impressions expanded, about ex-

tremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

1129

1133. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver 1/4 Rupee, Divided Legend, Calcutta Mint, Er-

ror: Ribbon Missing from wreath, choice extremely ine.

Estimate : ` 3000-5000

1130

1134. 1883, Victoria Empress, Silver 1/4 Rupee,Error: 90’ or 3’o Clock Die Rota-

tion, about extremely ine+, Extremely Rare.

Estimate : ` 10,000-15,000

1135. 1840, Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee,Error: Lamination error under the queen’s

neck, UNC.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

1136. 1885, Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, Error: Double Struck B in top Flow-

er, about very ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 1500-2000

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1137. Victoria Queen, Silver Brockage Rupee, Error: clear obverse lakhi brockage

with deep & full impressions of obverse at reverse, about extremely ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 20,000-25,000

1138. King Edward VII, Silver Rupee, Error: clear obverse lakhi brockage with deep

impressions of obverse at reverse leaving the expanded impressions,about extremely

ine, Very Rare.

Estimate : ` 25,000-30,000

1137

1139. Republic India, Nickel-Brass, 10 Paisa, Error: Partial Brokage of reverse on

obverse side, 4.25g, 23.27mm, about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 3000-4000

1140. Republic India, Steel, 1 Rupee, 1999, Calcutta Mint, Error: clear lakhi brock-

age with deep impressions of obverse at reverse, with reverse 7 o’clock die rotat-

ed, 4.87g, 26.54mm,  about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 5000-7000

1141. Republic India, Steel Rupee, Error: clear lakhi brockage with deep impres-

sions of reverse at obverse, 4.96g, 25.20mm,about extremely ine, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

1142. Republic India,Copper Nickel 2 Rupee, 1999 AD, Error: reverse uniface and

edge shifting, 6.04g, 26.84mm, UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 2000-2500

1143. Republic India, Copper Nickle 5 Rupee,Double Error: Obverse uniface and

milled edge, 9.29g, 23.35mm, UNC, Rare.

Estimate : ` 4000-6000

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Terms and Conditions

Auctioneer and Auction

This Auction is presented by Marudhar Arts (hereafter referred as “Auctioneer”) as identiied

with the Antique License from the Archaeological Department of India & the Under License

No 1. The Auction is conducted under these Terms and Conditions of Auction and it is

applicable to the Indian Law. Auctioneer reserves the right to include its own item(s) in this

auction sale as well as material from ailiated or related to companies, principals, oicers or

employees.

Auctioneer also reserves the rights:

1. To reject/cancel any bid at any time on any lot.

2. To withdraw any item from the auction.

3. To place the bids on behalf of the consigner up to the amount of reserves price established

by the consigner. Auctioneer will not accept a reserve price from a consigner above the high

estimate shown in the catalogs for auction.

Bidders

1. Any person participating or registering for the Floor and Online Auction to buy any item

ofered in this sale agrees & accepts these Terms and Conditions of the Auction. And hereafter

that person is referred as “Bidder”.

2. If any unit/entity places a bid, then the individual executing the bid on behalf of the unit/

entity agrees to personally guarantee payment for any successful bid.

Bidding

1. The Auction is conducted in Indian Rupees Currency.

2. Auctioneer will not be responsible for any errors in bidding (typographical error), so make

sure that every bid is entered correctly. Auctioneer will also not be responsible for Internet bids

submitted after the published closing time; nor for any Internet delay from the bidder’s end.

3.Auctioneer shall make maximum eforts to properly enter and execute bid received by email,

fax or by other means. However, auctioneer shall not be liable for any errors for incorrectly

entered on incorrectly executed bids. Bidders are responsible for their bids including any errors

they may make in placing bids.

4.The highest qualiied Bidder of any lot recognized by the Auctioneer shall be the Buyer. In the

case of a tie bid, the initial bid received or recognized wins. In the event of any dispute between

any Bidders at an Auction, Auctioneer may at his sole discretion reofer the lot. Auctioneer’s

decision and declaration of the winning Bidder shall be inal and binding upon all Bidders.

5.Marudhar Arts does not subscribe to the theory of hidden and undeclared reserve prices. Our

auctions are totally transparent without any such reserves. Hence the estimate price of each

item is the genuine starting price.

6.Each bidder has to register for the auction and will therefore be required to ill up a registration

form with full address, telephone number and email ID. Each bidder form has to be signed by

the bidder. By illing up the form, the bidder shall be deemed to have undertaken to fulill the

conditions of the Auction. By making a bid, each buyer acknowledges his/her acceptance of

these conditions and shall be bound by them.

7.Those bidders who are new to the Auctioneer may be required to furnish trade references of

may pay a refundable deposit.

8.While registered bidders who have fulilled condition 6 are free to bid in person, postal or

email. Buy bids will only be accepted from bidders who are well known to the auctioneer.

from the date of invoice until paid. Any invoice not paid when due will bear a Two & a Half

percent (2½ %) interest per month. If the Auctioneer refers any

invoice to an attorney for collection, the buyer agrees to pay attorney’s fees, court costs, and

other collection costs incurred by Auctioneer.

5. After the auction, if during the transit or due to any other reason if auction lot/lots are lost

than auctioneer is not liable to give the delivery if the said lot/lots.

6.Those bidders who have not paid their previous bills and also the bidders who are not

known to auctioneer, in such circumstances auctioneer has right to take the deposits from

such bidders, and if they do not give deposits, auctioneer has right to prevent such bidder to

take part in the auction.

7. The auctioneer has a right to ask for photo identiication (ID) proof from the bidder, issued

by government or semi government authorities

8. The estimate igure below each lot are the auctioneer’s estimate of an expected price only

bids which are less than the lower estimate will not be consider by the auctioneer.

9.By making a bid the buyer acknowledges his/her acceptance of these Conditions and shall

be bound by them

Genuineness/Guarantee

Marudhar Arts ofers Life-Time Guarantee of the genuineness of the items sold (unless

removed from its original packing, if item is removed from its original packing Marudhar

Arts will not be responsible for same).

Insurance

Optional transit insurance is available for the lots only at the cost of 2% on billed invoice.

Payment

1.

and in default if not received in full, in good funds, within seven (7) calendar days of the

Auction Sale (the “Default Date”), without exception, time being of the essence. Unless

otherwise agreed in writing prior to the Auction Sale, all auction sales are payable strictly in

immediately through Bank Transfer / Credit Cards (2% Surcharge). Buyers will be charged

as all applicable sales tax .

Payment is due immediately upon the close of the auction. Payment is delinquent

2. In any case if a Winning Bidder fails to pay any amount for the lot(s) he/she has won,

Auctioneer reserves all the rights to sell the lot(s) to any other bidders in the Auction that the

lot(s) appeared, or relist the lot(s) in a future auction conducted by Auctioneer.

3. A defaulting Bidder agrees to pay for the reasonable costs of resale (including a 12.5%

seller’s commission, if consigned to an auction conducted by Auctioneer). The defaulting

Bidder’s Membership Fee will be forfeited against the commission & if there is any diference

in the amount is liable to it to the Auctioneer. The Defaulting Bidder will be Black-Listed

from the Auction House.

Shipping/Handling Charges

Buyer is responsible for shipping and handling charges. Lots won will be shipped within

7 days time after the full payment is received. International Bidders shall provide written

shipping instructions, including speciied customs declarations, to the Auctioneer for any lots

to be delivered outside India. International Buyer have to pay their countries Custom Duty

if any applicable.

A standard charge of Rs.200 for Domestic &Rs.400 for International shipment will be

charged on every lot.

Delivery

Delivery of the lot(s) will be done only once the full payments are received.

Grading/Description/Photos/Weight

1. Bidder has to acknowledge that grading/description/weight for most of the coinsin this

sale have been determined by independent grading services/experts. Coins grading, condition

and descriptions are subjective. Please note that Marudhar Arts does not warrant the accuracy

of such grading, condition, description or weight. All photographs in this catalog are of the

actual items ofered for sale in this auction but may not be the actual size or to scale. If the

bidder feels that the description or condition is not satisfactory to him while viewing an item,

he may either avail a high resolution image which will be sent on request, if this not satisfy the

bidder, the item may viewed physically. But all these measures are to taken before bidding. No

complaints shall be entertained after bidding.

NOTE:

1. Final value of the item shall be the item’(s) closing price + Buyer’s Premium+ VAT*+

shipping charges + insurance**. All shipping charges will be borne by the successful

Bidder.

2. Any request for shipping veriication for undelivered packages must be made within 15

days of shipment by the buyer.

3. Bidders who bid are committed to make the payment as per the terms and conditions. So

please ensure that you bid only if you can make the payment within the stipulated time. Non-

payment by any Bidder will result in the bidder being banned for life from participating in

future auctions and the defaulting bidders name & complete details will be advertised to all

other auctioneers’ across India and on all social media. Please Bid thoughtfully after assessing

your credibility yourself.

2. Lots are sold as shown with all faults, imperfections and or errors of description. Neither

the auctioneer nor the seller is liable for any fault or error of description. All statements as to

the items sold, at any point, are statements of opinion only. The auctioneer reserves the right

in forming his opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by him

reliable. Notwithstanding the aforementioned, should any lot been wrongly described in any

material aspect, the buyer may reject the same, provided that he give written notice to do so

and return the same to the auctioneer within seven (7) days from the day of the sale. Under no

circumstances will the auctioneer be liable for any costs, expenses or damages incurred by the

buyer in respect of any lot, including, but not limited to, loss of any kind of proit whatsoever.

Bidders are advised to scrutinize the lots they bid for.

* As applicable.

** Optional.

Buyers Premium

A Winning bidder has to pay Buyer’s Premium i.e., 12.5% on Hammer Price

+ 14.5 (inclusive 0.50% SBC) Service Tax (applicable on Buyer’s Premium Only).

OR

Total 14.31% on CLOSING PRICE

General

1. The auctioneer acts solely as an agent and shall not be responsible for any default/error by

either the buyer or the seller or for any action or claim which may arise in respect of any lot.

2. Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of their purchases at the time of delivery.

The auctioneer cannot be held responsible for any discrepancy which might be discovered after

the lots have been removed from either the auction room or the auctioneer’s premises.

3. The auctioneer is not responsible for the safe custody of any lots left beyond seven (7)

working days after the date of sale, and reserves the right to charge storage and re-sell by

auction or privately, and without notice to the buyer.

4. If any Auction invoice submitted by Auctioneer is not paid in full when due, the unpaid

balance will bear interest at the highest rate permitted by law

Plus 1% VAT on Gold & Silver, Metal Items 5.5% VAT, No VAT on Paper Money, There is

no VAT on Philatelic Item if Lots will be collected in Mumbai.

Please note that

1.Marudhar arts (auctioneer) holds the right to revise, edit or make any necessary

changes on a system generated invoice in case of any discrepancy found.

2.Marudhar Arts will not be responsible for any technical issue you may face at your

end.

Subject to Bangalore jurisdiction.


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