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|Start Price 12000||Estimated Price 12000-14000|
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Kuninda Dynasty, Amoghbuti (200 BC), Silver Drachma, Obv: a deer standing to the right with a square-shaped vase above its back, an early Srivatsa symbol between its horns, 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, three-arched hill (chaitya) with parasol below the deer and Kalash between the deer and the goddess, Brahmi legend "Rajnah Kunimdasya Amoghbhutisya Maharajasya" (Great king Amoghbhuti, of The Kunindas) around the field, Rev: 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, Kharoshthi legend "Rana Kunindasa Amoghbutisa Maharajasa" (Great king Amogh, of the Kunindas) around the field, 2.25g, 17.14mm, (JONS by S. Kumar 218 # Type I, Class-11/Handa # Pl. XVI-3), almost complete legend visible on both the sides, choice very fine, Very Rare.
Note: This variant for the type is with a three-arched hill (chaitya) with parasol below the deer and Kalash between the deer and the goddess.