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AUC32 Lot No : 135
Yadavas of Devagiri, gold die-struck gadyana of Krishna (Kanhara) Deva (1247 - 1261 AD), 3.83g. Obv: A design composed of a lotus in the centre, a Sankha below it, two Kannada characters 'Sri' on either side and a Devanagari legend (with a spear-like object) Sri Kanhara above it. It mimics the design on 'Padma Tanka' punch-marked coins, but incorporated within a single die. Rev: An archer pursuing and striking a man in his head with an arrow, Devanagari inscription Weesalamari below. Estimate
Rs. 12,00,000-15,00,000
Sold For : Rs. 12,50,000
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