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Kuninda Dynasty, Amoghbuti (200 BC), Silver Drachma, "Three-Arched hill & Kalash" type. Obv: a deer standing to the right with a square-shaped vase above its back, an early Srivatsa symbol between its horns, a three-arched hill below the deer, and a Kalash between the deer and the goddess, the goddess Lakshmi stands on the right field in front of the deer, facing forward, and holds a lotus flower with an upraised right hand, the Brahmi legend “Rajnah Kunimdasya Amoghbhutisya Maharajasya”(Great king Amoghbhuti, of The Kunindas) around the field, Rev: a centrally placed six-arched hill (chaitya) with parasol, a wavy river line below and a Nandipada (Triratna) above, Swastika above an Indradhvaja on the left field and a tree within railings on the right, the Kharoshthi legend “Rana Kunindasa Amoghbutisa Maharajasa” (Great king Amogh, of the Kunindas) around the field, 2.15g, 17.38mm, (JONS by S. Kumar 218 # Type I, Class-10), choice quality, about extremely fine, Very Rare.
Note: This variant has a three-arched hill below the deer, and a Kalasha or pot between the deer and the goddess.