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|Start Price 50000||Estimated Price 50000-70000|
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Loharas of Kashmir, Harshadeva (10-11 Century AD), Silver Dinar, Obv: a man, wearing an angular headdress and holding a spear, seated on horseback facing right, Sarada legend "Sri Harshadeva" above, Rev: a goddess seated facing forward, holding a lotus and a vase, 3.06g, 14.25mm, (JONS-208 (2011) # pp.28-33), choice very fine, Extremely Rare.
Note: Unlike other varieties of this type, the goddess is not seated on a lotus. Similar coin of a common type where goddess was seated on lotus was reportedly sold in an international auction for US$ 2000 in 2017.
It is plausibly that Harshadeva has copied the style of this type from Hindushahis coins.