An attractive dinar of Vasudeva I
Lot 666
INDIA, Kushan Empire. Vasudeva I, circa 192-225. Dinar (Gold, 20 mm, 8.00 g, 11 h), maint mint in Baktria (Balkh?). Vasudeva I standing front, head to left, sacrificing with his right hand over altar and holding trident in his left; to left, filleted trident. Rev. Ithyphallic Siva standing front, holding diadem in his right hand and trident in his left; behind, the bull Nandi standing left; to upper left, tamgha. Donum Burns 413-9. MIG 509. Well centered and attractive. Good very fine.


From a collection of coins from Central Asia.
Starting price:
250 CHF
Current bid:
460 CHF
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20 CHF
Minimum bid:
480 CHF
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Closing time: 15-Aug-20, 19:32:30 CEST
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