Item 5 out of 764
Lot # 5 - Primitive Money, (C.600-1000 BC) Two black and chocolate-maroon coloured disc-shaped ear ornaments, used as barter money in primitive times. The discs show traces of ancient polish with unusual perfection in shape and design. Called as Karna Kundala or Girrie, from Haryana region. Fine to very fine
Primitive Money, (C.600-1000 BC) Two black and chocolate-maroon coloured disc-shaped ear ornaments, used as barter money in primitive times. The discs show traces of ancient polish with unusual perfection in shape and design. Called as Karna Kundala or Girrie, from Haryana region. Fine to very fine
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MetalCopperYear (AH/VS/SE/AM)600-1000
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Primitive Money, (C.600-1000 BC) Two black and chocolate-maroon coloured disc-shaped ear ornaments, used as barter money in primitive times. The discs show traces of ancient polish with unusual perfection in shape and design. Called as Karna Kundala or Girrie, from Haryana region. Fine to very fine and extremely rare.