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Auction # 42 • Mumbai • Saturday, August 31, 2013 • 3:00 pm


Complete date wise collection of British India Silver coins (219), except 4 missing 1939 Rupee, 1880 and 1911-½ Rupee and 1880-¼ Rupee.

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Exceedingly rare date Victoria Queen, Silver ¼ Rupee, 1880, Calcutta Mint

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AUCTIONEER OF COINS, BANK NOTES, STAMPS AND MEDALS

Auction # 42 On Saturday, 31st August 2013, Shravan Krishna 10, VS 2069; Jain Vir Samvat 2539 3:00 pm onwards 11th Annual Coin Fair 2013 In conjunction with Mumbai Coin Society’s At Expo Center, World trade Center, Cuffe Parade, Mumbai 400 021.

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Oswal Auction # 42 Saturday, August 31, 2013 at 3:00 pm | Mumbai Order of sale • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Ancient ............................................................................................................................................... Lots Medieval India ..................................................................................................................................... Lots Sultanates .......................................................................................................................................... Lots Mughals .............................................................................................................................................. Lots Independent Kingdoms ...................................................................................................................... Lots Princely States ................................................................................................................................... Lots Indo - French ...................................................................................................................................... Lots Indo - Portuguese ............................................................................................................................... Lots East India Company ........................................................................................................................... Lots British India ......................................................................................................................................... Lots Republic India ..................................................................................................................................... Lots Foreign Coins ..................................................................................................................................... Lots Tokens ................................................................................................................................................ Lots Medals ................................................................................................................................................ Lots Miscellaneous .................................................................................................................................... Lots Paper Money ...................................................................................................................................... Lots

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Ancient

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Beads (6), Taurine (3), Animal (2) and frog units, pierced patinated. Very fine, rare. 6 pcs. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

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Punch Marked Coin, Asmaka Janpada,Kukdi River Basin (Junnar type), Silver 1.52 g, ABCC configuration of punches, 1x elephant, 1x Tree with 4 prolonged branches with dots at their tips, 2x 3 Elephants in a circle holding each other's tails. Five coin of this type were identified in Junnar Lot found in 2009. Extremely fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 7,000-7,500

Beads (10), used for jewellery, a group of mixed beads. 10pcs. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500 6

Punch Marked Coin, Magadha, Maurya Empire, Silver Karshapana (2), 3.40g & 3.25g, Obv: prominent three human figure mark in one punch on first coin and separate three human figure mark in other specimen. Very Fine, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

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Punch Marked Coin, Asmaka Janpada, Kukdi River Basin (Junnar type), Silver, 1.37g, ABCC configuration of punches, 1 xelephant, 1x Tree with 4 prolonged branches with dots at their tips, 2 x Central dot with 3 Taurines and 3 'Y' Shaped devise arranged axially. Single coin of this type was identified in Junnar Lot found in 2009. Extremely fine, rare.

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Punch Marked Coin, Malla Janpada, Silver, 1.99g, Single symbol. Geometric design. (Rajgor Series 72, pp.170). Very fine, very rare. A tribe of Buddha's times, having two branches (capitals at Pava and Kushinara). Territories: modern Deoria and Gorakhpur districts of UP.

Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000

Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

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Punch Marked Coin, Asmaka Janpada,Kukdi River Basin (Junnar type), Silver, 1.53g, ABCC configuration of punches, 1x elephant, 1x Tree with 4 prolonged branches with dots at their tips, 2x 3 Bulls in a circle holding each other's tails. Single coin of this type was identified in Junnar Lot found in 2009. Extremely fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 6,500-7,000

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Punch Marked Coin, Vidarbha Janpada, Painganga River Basin, Silver, 1.71g, ABCC configuration of punches, 1x Elephant,1x Dog like animal with horizontal Taurine on its back, 2x Six-petal, lotus flower. Elephant facing right in this type is very rare, extremely fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 3


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Punch Marked Coin, Vidarbha Janpada, Painganga River Basin, Silver, 1.74g, ABCC configuration of punches, 1x Elephant,1x Taurine in a square border, 2x Treskelis with a composition of, dotted border. Extremely fine, rare.

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Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000

Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000

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Punch Marked Coin, Vidarbha Janpada, Painganga River Basin, Silver, 1.66 g, ABCD configuration of punches, 1x elephant,1x Three Taurines arranged axially, 1 x Geometric composition of 'Y'-shaped devise and 1 x tree with three ronged branches. Extremely fine, rare.

Punch Marked Coin, Vidarbha Janpada, Painganga River Basin, Silver, 1.71g, ABCC configuration of punches, 1x Elephant with crescent above, 1x Six petal lotus flower with six dots around, 2 x Triangle circled with 3 Taurines and dots. The coin is counter struck on rev. Extremely fine, rare.

Punch Marked Coin, Vidarbha Janpada, Painganga River Basin, Silver, 1.66 g, ABCD configuration of punches, 1x elephant,1x Three Taurines arranged axially, 1x Geometric composition of 'Y' shaped devise and 1 x tree with three ronged branches. Extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000

Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000

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Punch Marked Coin, Vidarbha Janpada, Painganga River Basin, Silver, 1.71g, ABCC configuration of punches, 1x Elephant with Taurine and dot above, 1x Configuration of three 3 'S' type symbols with circles at ends and a dotted border, 2x Combination of 3 'Y' type pattern and 3 Taurines arranged axially. Extremely fine, very rare.

Punch Marked Coin, Eran, Copper Unit, 9.49g, Uniface, Obv: Horse, ujjain symbol, tree in the railing, wavy river wish tortoise/ fish like figures, rev blank, deep strike. Patinated, extra fine for type, rare in this grade. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

The coin is counter struck on reverse with– ABCC configuration of punches partially visible. 1x elephant to right, 2x large circle with grain shaped dots around it, 1x crescent with dots along its curved side. Very rare.

Indo-Greeks, Menander I, Silver Drachm, 2.37g, Obv: diademed bust to left seen from behind, wearing aegis and brandishing spear; Rev: Athena Alkidemos advancing left, holding shield and thunderbolt, Kharoshti legend around, monogram to right (Bopear 9C). Very fine, rare.

Estimate: ` 4,500-5,000

Estimate: ` 1,800-2000

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Indo-Greeks, Menander I, Copper Unit, 4.95g, Obv: bust of the king to right and around Greek legend, Rev: a horse galloping to right in the centre and around Kharoshthi legend. Very fine for type, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

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Kushanas, Kanishak III, Gold Dinar, 7.86 g, Obv: usual style of the king standing to left and giving offerings to the agni kund (Fire altar) with legend in Greek, Rev: God Shiva standing with his Vahana, Nandi Bail (Bull) and a label OSHO in the right field. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 55,000-60,000

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Indo-Greeks, Menander I, Copper Unit, 2.83g, Obv: head of an elephant, Rev: club of Herakles. Patinated, Extremely Fine+, Rare. Estimate: ` 3000-3,500 22

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Paratarajas Arjuna II, Century AD, Silver Drachm, 3.61g, Diademed bust right/ Swastika, counter clock-wise. Extremely fine for type,very rare. Estimate: ` 12,000-13,000

Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

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Kushanas, Vasudeva, Gold Âź Dinar, 1.99g, Obv: Shiva and Nandi type, king standing frontally, facing left, holding a trident and offering oblations with left in an altar, legend around, Rev: single headed Lord Shiva standing, facing against a humped bull (Nandi) with the label Ohpo (OESHO) or the God Shiva. The obv die was brushed after a heavy use resulting in scratch-like designs on the obv near legend on the left field. About very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 35,000-40,000

Satavahanas, Copper Unit, 9.86g, Obv: elephant with upraised trunk to right, Brahmi legend, Ujjaini symbol above, Rev: tree with multiple leaves. Very fine, rare.

Satavahanas, Lead Unit, 6.44g, Obv: a lion to left, traces of legend above, Rev: a tree in railing. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

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Satvahanas, Lead Unit, 12.49g, Obv: Bull to the left, traces of brahmi legend above, Rev: tree in the railing. Very fine for type, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

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Kushanas, Kanishak II, Gold Dinar, 7.92 g, Obv: usual style of the king standing to left and giving offerings to the agni kund (Fire altar) with legend in Greek, Rev: Goddess Lakshmi seated on a throne, facing front with the label Ardoxo in the right field. Broad flan, extremely fine for the type, rare in this condition. Estimate: ` 55,000-60,000

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Satavahanas, Satakarni I, Potin, 4.2g, Obv: an elephant walking to right with Brahmi legend and Ujjaini symbol on top, Rev: tree. Fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 5


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Satavahanas, Satakarni I, Potin, 4.2g, Obv: an elephant walking to right with Brahmi legend and Ujjaini symbol on top, Rev: tree. Very fine, rare.

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Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

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Satavahanas, Satakarni I, Potin, 4.2g, Obv: an elephant walking to right with Brahmi legend and Ujjaini symbol on top, Rev: tree. Very fine, rare.

Satavahana Feudatory, Brahmanad Satkarni, Potin, 6.83g, Obv: Bull to right brahmi legend around, Rev: six Arched hill. About very fine, extremely rare. Estimate: ` 18,000-20,000

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Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

Chutus of Banavasi, Sivalanandasa, Lead Unit, 4.73g, Obv: Six arched hill with river below, circular Brahmi legend, 'Raj単o Sivalanandasa', Rev: Tree in railing with 12 compartments, symbol (Mitchiner CHS I # 45). Fine to very fine. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

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Satavahanas,Satakarni I, Lead Unit, 15.31g, ObV: bull walking to right, in front of a triangular headed symbol with traces of Brahmi legend above, Rev: tree in railing, srivatsa and swastika symbol. Very fine, rare.

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Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

Chutus of Banavasi, Mulanandasa, Lead Unit, 4.68g, Obv: Eight-arched hill with circular Brahmi legend, 'Raj単o Mulanandasa', Rev: Tree in railing in eight compartments, Srivatsa symbol to, Fine to very fine. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

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Satavahanas, Silver Drachma (8), assorted lot, Vasisthiputra Sri Satakarni (6), Gautamiputra Sri Yajna Satakarni (2) & Vasisthiputra Y, Portrait type coins with reverse Telugu Prakrit legends, pierced coins (Mitchiner CHS I # 147-152 & 156-162). Very fine, rare. 8 coins.

Chandragupta II, Gold Dinar, 8.17g, Archer Type, Class 2, Variety F, king with sword. Obv: King with halo standing to left. Wearing a Dhoti and his sword is hanging from the belt and its hilt can be seen peeping out of the scabbard. Ornamented with earnings, necklace, armlets wristlet etc. holding a bow in left hand & arrow in right hand. hand. Garuddhwaja behind the right hand. Legend 'Chandra' under left arm. Rev: Goddess seated facing on lotus, wearing saree, choli, earrings, necklace etc. She is holding a long stalked flower in left hand and noose in her right hand. Legend 'Sri vikram' is on the right field and tamgha on the left (Alteker-C.G.E. Pl. V- 5). Bold, Deep strike, extremely fine, rare.

Estimate: ` 22,000-24,000

Estimate: ` 50,000-55,000

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Chandragupta II, Gold Dinar, 7.87g, Archer Type, Class 2, Variety E-A whip or hunter on the waist. Obv: King with halo standing to left. Wearing a buttoned coat with sash round his waist and falling down along with a whip or hunter, earnings, necklace, armlet etc. Bare headed. Holding a bow in left hand & arrow in right hand. hand. Garuddhwaja behind the right hand. Legend 'Chandra' being under the king's left hand, Circular legend 'De..' visible on the coin flan from1 o'clock. Rev: Goddess seated facing on lotus flower, wearing saree, choli, earrings, necklace etc. A semi circular doted pearl ornament on the forehead. She is holding a flower in left hand and noose in her right hand. Legend 'Sri vikram' is on the right field and tamgha on the left (Alteker-C.G.E. Pl. V4). Extremely fine, rare.

Ancient hand, Circular legend 'Dev sri..' visible on the coin flan from 1 o'clock. Rev: Goddess with halo seated facing on lotus flower, wearing saree, choli, earrings, necklace armlet etc. She is holding a long stalked flower in left hand and noose in her right hand. Legend 'Sri vikramah' is on the right field and tamgha on the left. Very fine+,very rare. In this specimen the king faces almost to front which is very unlikely with any other archer variety.

Estimate: ` 60,000-65,000

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Chandragupta II, Gold Dinar, 8.17g, Archer Type, Class 2, Variety E, A whip or hunter on the waist. Obv: King with halo standing to left. Wearing a tight fitted upper garment with dhoti, a long whip is hanging down from his left side, earnings, necklace, armlet etc. Bare headed. Holding a bow in left hand & arrow in right hand. Garuddhwaja behind the right hand. Legend 'Chandra' being under the king's left hand, Circular legend 'Dev srimahara' visible on the coin flan from1 o'clock. Rev: Goddess with halo seated facing on lotus flower, wearing saree, choli, earrings, necklace, armlet, wristlet etc. She is holding a long stalked flower in left hand which is resting on knee and noose in her right hand. Her hair is remarkably beautiful. Legend 'Sri vikram' is on the right field and tamgha on the left. (B.H. Pl. XII-2). Extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 45,000-50,000

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Narsimha Gupta, Gold Dinar, Archer Type, 9.46g, Class 1, with circular legend and lesser alloy. Obv: King nimbate standing to left. Wearing a dhoti with sash round his waist and falling down, earnings, necklace, armlet, wristlet etc. Bare headed. Holding a bow in left hand & arrow in right hand. Garuddhwaja behind the right hand. Legend 'Nara' being under the king's left hand, Circular legend 'Parhitkarirajasrinarsinghguptobaladityah' is mostly visible on the coin flan from1 o'clock and a brahmi letter 'gre' between feet. Rev: Goddess nimbate seated facing on lotus flower, wearing saree, choli, earrings, necklace, armlet etc. She is holding a long stalked flower in left hand and noose in her right hand. Legend 'Baladityah' on the right field. (Alteker-C.G.E. Page 266-271). Extremely fine, extremely rare. Estimate: ` 80,000-1,00,000

Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

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Chandragupta II, Gold Dinar, 7.97g, Archer Type, Class 2, Variety A, Chandra under left arm. Obv: King with halo standing to left. His hair is falling is tresses and Wearing a tight fitted kurta and dhoti, earnings, necklace, armlet, wristlet etc. Holding a bow in Left hand & arrow in right hand. Garuddhwaja behind the right hand. Legend Chandra being under the king's left hand, Circular legend 'Dev sri..' visible on the coin flan from1 o'clock. Rev: Goddess seated facing on lotus flower, wearing saree, choli, earrings, necklace etc. She is holding a flower in left hand and noose in her right hand. Legend 'Sri vikram' is on the right field and tamgha on the left. (Alteker-C.G.E. Pl.IV13). Extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

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Chandragupta II, Gold Dinar, 7.80g, Archer Type, Class 2, Variety A, with new sub variety. Obv: King with halo standing to left. Wearing a buttoned coat with trousers, earnings, necklace, armlet etc. Bare headed. Holding a bow in left hand & arrow in right hand. Garuddhwaja behind the right hand. Legend 'Chandra' being under the king's left

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Western Kshatrapas, Silver Drachma, 2.16g, Obv: bust, Rev: Brockage, nice deep and complete Lakhi impression. Very fine+, scarce.

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Estimate: ` 800-900

Imperial Cholas, Raja Raja I, Gold 1/8 Kahavanu, 0.46g, Obv: two stylised vertical fish flanked by conch shell and lamp, with umbrella above, Rev: 'Yuddhamalla' in Nagari legend (Mitch Tamil Nadu 332). Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,600-1,800

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Pandyas, Copper (2), 5.09g & 3.84g, Obv: elephant to right, Rev: fish. About very fine for type, scarce. 2 coins.

Estimate: ` 1,600-1,800

Estimate: ` 1,000-,1,500

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Imperial Cholas, Raja Raja I, Gold Fanam, 0.20g, Obv: king standing looking right, Rev: 'Jaya Chola' in Nagari legend (K. Ganesh p.7, no.1.8). Extremely fine, scarce.

Malayaman, Copper, 3.79g, Obv: Horse facing left, Rev: Map showing narrow river with fishes. Patinated, deep strike, Extra fine, rare in this grade.

Imperial Cholas, Raja Raja I, Gold Fanam, 0.23g, Obv: king standing looking right, Rev: Nagari legend Jaya Chola (K. Ganesh P.7, no.1.8). Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,600-1,800

Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

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Vishnukundin, Copper alloy Unit, 7.63g, Obv: lion to right with upraised paw, Rev: conch shell between two tridents (Mitch K&A 179-182). Very Fine, scarce.

Imperial Cholas, Raja Raja I, Silver, 3.87g, Obv: Kahavanu, king reclining on mat with Devanagari legend 'Sri raja', Rev: king standing torch and plant symbols at sides (Mitch# 318). Very fine+, very rare.

Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

Estimate: ` 10,000-11,000

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Chola, Copper Unit, 1.07g, Obv: lion with upraised tail and paw to left, Rev: elephant, umbrella and srivatsa symbol above, horse in front of yupa behind elephant. Extra fine+ for type, very rare in this grade.

Estimate: ` 25,000-27,000

Estimate: ` 3,000-4,000

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Chalukyas of Kalyana, Jayasimha II Jagadekamalla, Gold Pagoda Varaha, 3.43g, Punch-marked type, Obv: nine punches including five of lion to right, Lotus, Sri and one punch with Kannada legend Jaya, Rev: single punch Kannada legend (Mitch 276). Very fine, rare.

Chola, Copper Unit, 0.65g, Obv: elephant to right, Rev: lion. Very fine for type, rare.

Chalukyas of Kalyana, Jayasimha II Jagadekamalla, Gold Pagoda Varaha, 3.81g, Punch-marked type, Kannada legend Jaya. Very fine+, rare.

Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

Estimate: ` 17,000-18,000

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Yadvas, Gold Padma Tanka, 3.79g, Uniface, central punch lotus. Very fine, scarce.

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Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

Estimate: ` 7,000-7,500

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Vijaynagar Empire, Srirangraya III, Gold ½ Varaha, 1.67g, Obv: standing Venkateshwara, Rev: Devanagari legend. Very fine, scarce.

Kalachuris of Tripuri, Gangeya Deva, Gold Dinar, 3.91g, Obv: Nagari legend 'Srimad Ga / ngeya De / vah', Rev: Goddess Lakshmi seated facing (Deyell# 119). About uncirculated, rare in this grade.

Vijayanagar, Hari hara II, Gold ½ Varaha, 1.69g, Obv: Shiva-Parvati seated, Rev: 'Sri Pratapa Harihara' in Devnagari legend. Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

Estimate: ` 7,000-7,500

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Western Gangas, Gold Gajapati Pagoda, 3.89g, Obv: caparisoned elephant to right chewing sugarcane, a branch under its belly and a branch in front of the trunk, scroll work on rev. Extremely fine, rare in this grade.

Vijayanagar, Hari Hara II, Gold ½ Varaha, 1.70g, Obv: Shiva-Parvati seated, Siva holding antelope head and damru, Rev: 'Sri Pratapa Harihara' in Devnagari legend. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

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Vijaynagar Empire, Achutaraya. Gold Pagoda, 3.40g, Obv: two-headed mythical bird, Gandabherunda holding four elephants walking left, Rev: Nagari legend 'Sri Pratapachuta Raya' (Mitch, Karnataka- Andhra 673).Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 10,000-11,000

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Vijaynagar Empire, Srirangraya III, Gold ½ Varaha, 1.74g, Obv: standing Venkateshwara, Rev: Devanagari legend. Very fine, scarce.

Vijayanagar, Hari Har Raya II, Gold ½ Pagoda, 1.70g, Obv: Shiva and Parvati seated, Rev: Devnagari legend. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

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Tamilnadu, Copper, 2.52g, Obv: Man seated on Galloping Horse to left, Rev: Galloping Horse to right. Probably Nayaka issue, unpublished? scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,800

Sultanates Bengal Sultanate

Estimate: ` 6,500-7,000

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Vijaynagar Empire, Srirangraya III, Gold Varaha, 3.33g, Obv: standing Venkateshwara, Rev: Devanagari legend. Fine. Estimate: ` 13,000-14,000

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Fakhr al-din Mubarak Shah, Silver Tanka, 10.86g, Hadrat Jalal Sunargaon Mint, AH 749, (G&G# B136). Scarce in this grade. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,500 www.oswalauctions.com | 9


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63

Sikandar Bin Ilyas, Silver Tanka, 10.89g, Al-Balad Firuzabad Mint, AH 759, (G&G# B165). Fine+, scarce.

Sultanates

68

Estimate: ` 1,500-2,000

Estimate: ` 2,500-3,500

69 64

Nasir al-din Nusrat Shah, Silver Tanka, 10.60g, Dar al Darb Mint (G&G# B806). Fine+.

Ghiyath al-din Azam Shah, Silver Tanka, 10.74g, Firuzabad Mint, AH 793, (G&G# B241). Rare date. Very fine, scarce.

Ghiyath al-din Mahmud Shah, Silver Tanka, 10.20g, Husainabad Mint, Popularly known as 'Badr Shahi', AH 939 (G&G# B904). Very fine. Estimate: ` 1,500-2,000

Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

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Ghiyath al-din Mahmud Shah, Silver ½ Tanka, 5.13g, Husainabad Mint, AH 939 (G&G# B905). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Jalal al-din Muhammad, Silver Tanka, 10.75g, Tughra type. Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

71 66

Nasir al-din Nusrat Shah, Silver Tanka, 10.67g, Dar al Darb Mint, AH 932, (G&G# B805). Fine+, scarce.

Ghiyath al-din Mahmud Shah, Silver Tanka, 10.88g, Da Mint, Popularly known as 'Badr Shahi', AH 933 (G&G# B914). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2000-2500

Estimate: ` 1,500-2000

67

Nasir al-din Nusrat Shah, Silver Tanka, 9.91g, Dar al Darb Mint, AH 931 (G&G# B805). Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-2,000

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72

Ghiyath al-din Jalal, Silver Rupee, 10.68g, No Mint, Legends without Nagari type. (G&G# B972). Very fine+. Estimate: ` 2,000-3,000


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Sultanates

Delhi Sultanates Balban

77

Muhammad bin Tughluq, Gold Tanka, 10.84g, in the names of Abbasid Caliphs (G&G# D427). Fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

73

Ghiyas-ud-din Balban Shah, Silver Tanka, 11.02g, Mint and date off flan. Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

Khaljis

78

Firuz Shah Tughluq, Gold Tanka, 10.95g (G&G# D461). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

74

Ala al-din Muhammad Shah, Gold Tanka, 10.95g, Sikandar al Sani type, mint name and date off flan. Very fine+, scarce.

79

Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

Firuz Shah Tughluq, Gold Tanka, 10.94g, (G&G# 462). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 45,000-50,000

80 75

Estimate: ` 45,000-50,000

Nasir al-din Khusru, Gold Tanka, 10.89g, Hadrat Delhi Mint (G&G# D290). Complete mint name in margin. Very fine for type, very rare. Khusru Khan was converted muslim from Gujarat. He captured the thron of Delhi after defeating khilji's and held it for only four months, he was reformer and strongly against law system based on religion and also was against to treat women as war booty. But this caused nobels to go against him, thus his rule lasted only short period of four months. Estimate: ` 1,25,000-1,50,000

Firuz Shah Tughluq, Gold Tanka, 10.97g, (G&G# 462). Very fine+, rare.

81

Mahumud Shah bin Muhammad Shah, Gold Tanka, 10.97g (G&G# 622). Very fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 65,000-75,000

Suris

Tughluq

76

Muhammad bin Tughluq, Gold Dinar, 10.97g, No Mint (G&G# D336). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 50,000-55,000

82

Sher Shah Suri, Silver Rupee, 11.20g, Jahanpanah type, AH 948 (G&G# D809). Very fine. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200 www.oswalauctions.com | 11


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Sultanates Gujrat Sultanate

83

Sher Shah Suri, Silver Rupee, 11.30g, Mintless type, AH 949 (G&G# D827). Very fine.

88

Estimate: ` 1,800-2000

Nasir Al Din Mahmud I, Copper Double Falus, 21.15g, Nazarana issue, Muhammadabad Mint, AH 905, Obv: Title of Sultan, Rev: name of Sultan within quatrefoil, date and mint in margin (G&G# 165). Corroded, uncleaned. Fine+ for type, extremely rare. Estimate: ` 18,000-20,000

Kashmir Sultanate 84

Sher Shah Suri, Silver Rupee, 11.42g, Mintless type, AH 949 (G&G# D827). Very fine. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000 89

Muhammad Shah, Gold Dinar, 11.15g, Obv: title and mint name Kashmir, Rev: Shahada in circle, struck during the 4th of 5th reign (G&G# K41). Very fine for type, extremely rare. Estimate: ` 2,00,000-2,25,000

85

Islam Shah Suri, Silver Rupee, 10.95g, Jahapanah type, AH 959 (G&G# D978). Very Fine. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

90

86

Gold coins of Kashmir Sultanate are exceedingly rare and very rarely appeared in Auctions.

Islam Shah Suri, Silver Rupee, 11.00g, AH 960. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

Estimate: ` 2,25,000-2,50,000 Malwa Sultanate

91 87

Islam Shah Suri, Silver Rupee,11.17g. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

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Fath Shah, Gold Dinar, 11.18g, Obv: title and mint name Kashmir, Rev: Shahada in circle. (G&G# K55). Extremely fine for type, extremely rare.

Hoshang Shah, Silver Tanka, 10.87g, AH 83X (G&G# M3). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500


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Mughals

Mughals

97 92

Akbar, Silver ¼ Rupee, 2.74g, Ahmadabad Mint, ilahi 4X (KM# 58.3). Fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Humayun, Silver Shahrukhi, 4.66g, ruler's name in the centre. About very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

98

93

Akbar, Silver Rupee, 11.26g, Agra Mint, AH 983 (KM# 80.1A). Very fine+, scarce.

Akbar, Copper (2), 20.38g & 20.76g, Ahmadabad Mint, AH 982 and second coin Ilahi 4X, Month Aban. Very fine. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 600-800

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

99

Akbar, Silver Rupee, 11.36g, Allahabad Mint, ilahi 48, so called rebellion issue of Jahangir. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

94

Akbar, Gold Mohur, 10.89g, Agra Mint, AH 972, complete mint name on bottom. Extra fine, Mint name Agra without mint epithet thus very rare. Estimate: ` 90,000-95,000 100

Akbar, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.61g, Allahabad Mint, so called rebellion issue of Jahangir. Very fine+, very rare. Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000

95

Akbar, Silver Rupee, 11.42g, Dar-ul-Khilafat Agra Mint, AH (9)84, Kalima type (KM# 80.1). Very fine+, scarce.

101

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Akbar, Silver Rupee, 11.20g, Patna Mint, AH 987, complete mint name on bottom (KM# 82.6). Extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

96

Akbar, Silver Rupee, 11.20g, Ahmedabad Mint, AH 982 (KM# 80.2). Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

102

Akbar, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.62g, Kabul Mint, ilahi 45 (KM# 66.2). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 13


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Mughals Ilahi year, month and mint name. Extremely fine for type, very rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

103

Akbar, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.59g, Lahore Mint, ilahi 4X, Month Mihir (KM# 66.3). Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

104

110

Akbar, Silver Shahrukhi (Misqal), 4.65g, Mint name off flan (KM# Type 70). Very fine, extremely rare. Estimate: ` 15,000-20,000

111

Jahangir as Salim, Silver Rupee, 11.45g, Ahmedabad Mint, RY 50, month Bahman (KM# 140.1). Very fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,800-3,000

112

Jahangir, Silver Heavy Jahangiri Rupee, 13.48 g, Agra mint, Nur-ud-din type, AH 1016/ RY 3 (KM# 152.1). Cleaned fine+, very rare. Estimate: ` 15,000-20,000

113

Jahangir, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.68g, Ahmadnagar type (KM# 134.1). Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

114

Jahangir, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.63g, Ahmadnagar type (KM# 134.1). Fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-4,000

115

Jahangir, Silver Rupee, 11.35g, Ahmedabad Mint, Inayat Couplet, AH 1030/ RY(1) 5 (KM# 149.4). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

Akbar, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.61g, Lahore Mint, ilahi 45, Month Di (KM# 66.3). Fine+, scarce Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

105

Akbar, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.65g, Lahore Mint, Octagonal type, ilahi 4X, Month Azar. Very fine for type, very rare. Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000

106

Akbar, Silver Rupee, 11.04g, Ujjain Mint, AH 999 (KM# 82.7). Very fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

107

Akbar, Silver Square Rupee, 11.37g, Jalle Jalalahu type, ilahi 34 (KM# 91.1). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

108

Akbar, Silver Square Rupee, 11.25g, AH 987, mint name off flan. Very fine. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

109

Akbar, Copper Tanka, 10.03g, Agra Mint, Ilahi 4 (4), month Khurdad, Obv: Tanka Akbar Shahi, Chachram Hissa, Rev:

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Mughals

Mughals

121 116

Jahangir, Silver Heavy Jahangiri Rupee, 13.56g, Ahmedabad Mint, AH 1016/ RY 2 (KM# 152.2). Very fine, rare.

Jahangir, Silver Rupee, 11.44g, Jalnapur Mint, Nur-uddin type, AH 1017 (KM# 141.6). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

122 117

Jahangir, Silver Heavy (Sawai) Rupee, 14.11g, Ahmadabad Mint, Inayat couplet, AH (10)19/ RY 6 (KM# 158.3). Very fine, rare.

Jahangir, Silve Rupee, 11.43g, Lahore Mint, Bada Bar Couplet, AH 1036/ RY 18 (KM# 149.16). About uncirculated, rare in this grade. Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

Estimate: ` 8,000-8,500

123

Jahangir, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.65g, Patna Mint, Nur-ud-din type, AH 1030/16, (KM# 136.1). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

118

Jahangir, Silver Zodiac Rupee, 11.03g, Leo Sign, Ahmedabad Mint, AH 1027/ RY 13 (KM# 150.11). Fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 65,000-70,000 124

Jahangir, Silver Rupee, 11.22g, Surat Mint, AH 1033/ RY (1)8 (KM# 148.1). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

119

Jahangir, Silver Zodiac Rupee, 11.38g, Taurus sign, Ahmadabad Mint, AH 1027/ RY 13 (KM# 150.5). Sharp bold strike on both side, uncleaned. Extremely fine+, very rare in this high grade.

125

Estimate: ` 3,00,000-3,50,000

Shah Jahan, Silver Rupee, 11.39g, Dar-ul-Khilafat Akbarabad Mint, AH 1068/ RY 31 (KM# 229.1). Centrally struck, extra fine, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

120

Jahangir, Copper ½ Dam, 9.97g, Ajmer Mint, AH 1023/ RY 9 (KM# 124.1). Cleaned, Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

126

Shah Jahan, Silver Rupee, 11.36g, Dar-ul-Khilafat Akbarabad Mint (KM# 229.1). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 15


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127

Mughals

133

Shah Jahan, Silver Rupee, 11.34g, Multan Mint, AH 104X (KM# 227.8). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

134

Shah Jahan, Gold Mohur, 10.94g, Surat Mint, Month Azar, RY 2. Very fine + rare. Well-known Patur-Akola hoard coin. Estimate: ` 70,000-75,000

135

Murad Baksh, Silver Rupee, 10.40g, Surat Mint, shroff marks (KM# 272.3). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

136

Aurangzeb, Silver Rupee, 11.44g, Alamgirpur Mint, mint name at bottom, AH 1096/ RY 27 (KM# 300.10). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

137

Aurangzeb, Silver Rupee, 11.40g, Dar-ul-Zafar Bijapur Mint, AH 1108/ RY 40 (KM# 300.23). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

138

Aurangzeb, Silver Rupee, 11.52g, Mint name Jahangir Nagar on top, AH 1071/ RY 3 (KM# 300.107). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

Shah Jahan, Gold Mohur, 10.92g, Akbarabad Mint, AH 1043 (KM# 258.1). Beautiful centrally struck coin, About uncirculated, very rare in this grade. Estimate: ` 2,25,000-2,50,000

128

Shah Jahan, Silver Rupee, 11.40g, Bhakkar Mint (KM# 235.7). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

129

Shah Jahan, Silver Rupee, 11.47g, Daulatabad Mint (KM# 235.10). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

130

Shah Jahan, Silver Rupee, 11.37g, Daulatabad Mint, four line type (KM# 222.6). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

131

Shah Jahan, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.61g, Golkonda Miint, crude calligraphy (KM# 214.1). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

132

Shah Jahan, Silver Square 1/8 Rupee Nisar, 1.48g, unique, Kashmir Mint, complete mint name on reverse, unpublished, unique so far. Extremely fine, great rarity. Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

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139

140

141

142

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Aurangzeb, Silver Rupee, 11.37g, Dar-ul-Mulk Kabul Mint, AH 109X/RY 3X (KM# 300.45). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

144

Aurangzeb, Silver Rupee, 11.41g, Dar-ul-Mulk Kabul Mint, AH 1096 (KM# 300.45). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

145

Aurangzeb, Gold Mohur, 10.92g, Multan Mint, AH 1074/ RY 7, complete mint name at bottom on rev, without mint epithet (KM# 315.36). About very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 45,000-50,000

Aurangzeb, Silver Rupee, 11.17g, Patna Mint, Muhayyi ud din type, AH 1070 (KM# 297.6). Fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

Aurangzeb, Gold Mohur, 11.01g, Surat Mint, AH (108)6/ RY 18 (KM# 315.45). Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 45,000-50,000

Aurangzeb, Gold Mohur, 11.02g, Surat Mint, RY 18 (KM# 315.45). Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 45,000-50,000

146

Kambaksh, Silver Rupee, 11.46g, Ashanabad Mint, AH 1119/ RY Ahad, complete name of ruler visible, shroff marks and punches (KM# 336.1). Fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 25,000-30,000

147

Shah Alam I, Silver Rupee, 11.45g, Ausa Mint, RY 3 (KM# 348.10). Very fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 2,5000-30,000

143

Aurangzeb, Gold Nisar, 1.36g, Dar-ul-Khilafat Shahajanabad Mint. Extremely fine+, exceedingly rare. NISAR the word is very commonly employed in the Mughal chronicles for coins, precious stones, (some time other articles also,) used to be waved round or poured on the head of the Emperor and thrown among the crowd to scramble for coronations, weddings, birthday, anniversaries, royal entries and progresses through the great cities or other festive celebrations .as this coins were meant for scattering or pouring were made very light weight. Historically very important coins, Gold Nisar of Mughal Emperors are Exceedingly rare, only known example of present coin is in museum collection, this one is 2nd known coin, Great rarity.

Estimate: ` 2,50,000-3,00,000

148

Shah Alam I, Silver Rupee, 11.29g, Sholapur Mint, AH 1124/ RY 6 (KM# 348.32). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

149

Jahandar Shah, Silver Rupee, 11.52g, Dar-ul-Sarur Burhanpur Mint, Abu al-Fatah type, AH 1124/ RY Ahad (KM# 363.9). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 17


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150

Jahandar Shah, Gold Mohur, 10.91g, Dar-ul-Khilafat Shahajahanabad Mint, Abu al-Fatah type, AH 1124/ RY Ahad (KM# 368.6). Exremely fine, very rare.

Mughals

156

Estimate: ` 70,000-75,000

151

Farrukhsiyar, Silver Rupee, 11.30g, Arkat Mint, AH 1128/ RY 6 (KM# 377.10). Very fine, scarce.

Muhammad Shah, Silver Rupee, 11.43g, Dar ul-Khair Ajmer Mint, AH 113X/ RY 2, (KM# 436.2). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

157

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Muhammad Shah, Silver Rupee, 11.47g, Kankurti Mint, RY 11 (KM# 436.35). Very fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

152

Farrukhsiyar, Gold ½ Fanam, 0.19g, Karappa Mint. Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000 158

153

Muhammad Shah, Silver Rupee (2), 11.22g & 11.18g, Shahabad Qanauj Mint, AH 1153/ RY 23, different mint mark, Swastik on first coin and Five doted circle on second coin. Very fine, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Rafi-ud-Darjat, Silver Rupee, 11.39g, Surat Mint, AH 113X/ RY Ahad. Broad flan, shroff marks, Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

159 154

Shah Jahan II, Silver Rupee, 11.58g, Akbarnagar Mint, AH 1131/ RY Ahad (KM# 415). Very fine+, very rare.

Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

Estimate: ` 15,000-20,000

155

Shah Jahan II, Silver Rupee, 11.34g, Shahjahanabad Mint, AH11XX/ RY Ahad (KM# 415.23). Shroff mark, Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

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Muhammad shah, Silver Rupee, Gulshanabad Mint, Ba Lutf Allah couplet, RY Ahad. Shroff marks, uncleaned, Fine+ very rare.

160

Ahmad Shah Bahadur, Silver Rupee, 11.53g, Kankurti Mint, Alam Panah couplet, (KM# 446.15). Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000


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Mughals

161

Ahmad Shah Bahadur, Silver Rupee, 11.63g, Murshidabad Mint, RY 2 (KM# 446.15), broad flan. Very fine, scarce.

Mughals

167

Shah Jahan III, Silver Rupee, 11.34g, Surat Mint. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,300-2,500

Estimate: ` 2,500-2,700

168 162

Alamgir II, Silver Rupee, 10.83g, Ausa Mint, AH 1171/ RY 4, shroff marks (KM# 460.46). Very fine, rare.

Shah Jahan III, Silver Rupee, 11.45g, mint name off flan but probably Surat, RY Ahad. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

Independent Kingdoms Assam 163

Alamgir II, Gold Pagoda, 3.34g, Imtiyazgarh Mint, mint name in two lines (KM# 468.1). About very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 10,000-11,000

169

164

Rudra Simha, Silver Rupee, 11.23g, legend on both sides (RB# F13.1). Extremely fine, scares. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Alamgir II, Silver Rupee, 11.50g, Kankurti Mint (KM# 460.42). About very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

170 165

Alamgir II, Silver Rupee, 11.01g, Kashmir Mint, RY 6 (KM# 460.11). Very fine, rare.

Lakshmi Simha, Silver Rupee, 11.36g, legend on both sides (R&B# Q24.1). Extremely fine, scares. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

171 166

Alamgir II, Silver Rupee, 11.49g, Murshidabad Mint, RY 4 (KM# 460.15). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

Laxmi Simha, Silver Rupee, 11.31g,dated Saka 1692, rev legend Hari Hara instead of normal Har Gauri. Extremely fine for type, rare. Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 19


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172

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V20-14Gaurinatha Simha, Silver Rupee, 11.36g, legend on both sides (R&B# R41.3). Extremely fine, scares.

Independent Kingdoms

177

Nar Narayan, Silver Rupee, 10.38g. Very fine, scarce.

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

173

Silver Rupee & ½ Rupee, 11.34g & 5.71g, Rupee of Gaurinath Simha (R&B# 36.5) & ½ Rupee of Lakshmi simha (R&B# Q39.1). Extremely fine, scares. 2 coins.

Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

178

Estimate: ` 25,00-27,00

Nripendra Narayan, Silver Nazarana ½ Rupee, 4.31g, dated CB354 (AD1864), legend on both side of coin (KM# 180). Cleaned, very fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 60,000-65,000

Cooch Behar Maratha Confederacy

179 174

Nar Narayan, Silver Rupee, 10.23g. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 11.24g, In the name of Shah Alam II, Rev: mint mark Ankush and Devanagari 'Ram' (KM# 252). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

180 175

Nar Narayan, Silver Rupee, 10.29g. Very fine, scarce.

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

181 176

Nar Narayan, Silver Rupee, 10.25g. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

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Ahmadabad Mint, Silver Rupee, 11.41g, In the name of Shah Alam II, Rev: mint mark Ankush and Devanagari 'Ram' (KM# 252). Very fine, scarce.

Ahmadabad Mint, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.56g, In the name of Shah Alam II, Rev: mint mark Ankush and Devanagari 'Ram'.(KM#152)Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 7,000-8,000


Independent Kingdoms

182

Balwant Nagar Jhansi Mint, Silver Rupee, 11.27g, In the name of Ahmed Shah, AH 116X/ RY 3. Very fine ,scarce.

BHUJ

Independent Kingdoms

187

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

183

Tipu Sultan, Silver Rupee, 11.54g, Patan Mint, AM 1217/7. Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Gulshanabad Mint, Silver ½ Rupee, 5.64g, In the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1219, Flag-Pataka as a mint mark. Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500 188

Tipu Sultan, Silver Rupee, 11.30g, Patan Mint, AH 1200/ RY 4, Rosette type (KM# 106). Deep bold strike, centrally struck, extremely fine+, very rare in this grade. Estimate: ` 45,000-50,000

184

Mominabad Chakan Mint, Silver Rupee or Shri Rupee, in the name of Shah Ali Gauhar, Nagari 'Shri' on rev. (KM# 92). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,600-1,800

189 185

Poona Mint, Silver Rupee, 11.26g, In the name of Ali Gohar (Shah Alam II), Fasli Era 1236, Mint mark scissor, struck during East India Company administration (KM# 325). Very fine, scarce.

Tipu Sultan, Silver Rupee, 11.43g, Khwurshed sawadDharwar mint, AH 1218/8, plain fields (KM#96). Extremely fine, Exceedingly rare. Khwurshed Sawad(The Sun blackend place)-Dharwar, This strongly fortified town was conqcered by Haiderali from the Marathas in 1778, and remain under Mysore till 1791, combined forces of British and Marathas reconqckerd this town in 1791, As per The treaty of seringpattan this town restoreded to Marathas,coins strucked here by Mysore in gold.silver and copper during 1216 to 1218 only , all coins of dharwar are very rare except copper are less rare. Silver Rupee of this mint are exceedingly rare, this is first coin appered in indian Auction House ,Grear Rarity ,exceedingly rare.

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Mysore

Estimate: ` 3,00,000-3,50,000

186

Tipu Sultan, Silver, Rupee, 11.45g, Patan Mint, AM 1216/6. About extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

190

Tipu Sultan, Gold Fanam, 0.38g, kalikut Mint, AH 1199. Extremely fine, scares. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500 www.oswalauctions.com | 21


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Sikh

196 191

Ranjit Singh, Silver Rupee, 11.13g, Amritsar Mint, VS(18)84 (KM# 20.1). Very fine, scarce Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

Vijaya Manikya, Silver Tanka, 10.65g, a lion to right, a crescent and a dot above lion, Standard type D, date below the lion on obv. SE 1458, toothed border, the lion appears to hold a symbol, Bangla legend on rev (R&B# 97). About very fine. Estimate: ` 6,000-6,500

192

Nanakshahi, Silver Rupee, 11.12g, Amritsar mint, VS 1885/98, Trishul on obv center (KM# 22.5).About uncirculated, rare in this condition.

197

Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

Udaya Manika with Queen Hira Mahadevi, Silver Tanka, 10.61g,lion to left, dated Saka 1489 (R&B# 139). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 16,000-18,000

193

Kashmir Mint, Silver Rupee, 10.73g, VS 1902, Persian S (KM# 52.2).About very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Tripura 198

Dharma Manikya with Queen Dharma Sila, Silver Tanka, 10.31g, lion to left, dated Saka 1636, rev legend in square with Shiva Ling above (R&B# 236). This coin struck little abnormal in shape, very fine+ for type, very rare. Estimate: ` 30,000-35,000

194

Ratna Manikya, Silver Tanka, 9.70g, lion facing left, two crosses over lion, legend in double square on rev (R&B# 18). Extra fine+, rare.

Princely States Alwar

Estimate: ` 15,000-16,000

195

Vijaya Manikya Without Queen name, Silver Tanka, 10.80g, lion to right, standard type D, dated Saka 1454 (R&B# 86). Extra fine for type, very rare. Estimate: ` 25,000-27,000

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199

Mangal Singh, Silver Rupee, 1891, Obv: Victoria Empress, Crown bust left, Rev: date within circle, inscription 'Maharaja Shri Sawai Mangal Singh Bahadur' (KM# 46). Very fine. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500


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Princely States Banswara

Awadh

204 200

Ghazi-ud-din Haider, Silver Rupees (2), 11.06g & 11.04g, Lucknow Mint, Rev: Crown flanked by rampant lions holding flag, two upright fish below, AH 1235/ RY Ahad (KM# 165.1) & AH 1236/ RY 2 (KM# 165.2). Very fine, scarce. 2 coins.

Lakshman Singh, Silver Rupee, 8.02g, legend of 'Sambasatraba' both side, Broad thin flan type (KM# 23). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Baroda

Estimate: ` 5,000-5,000

205

201

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

Nasir-ud-din Haider, Silver Rupees (2), 11.05g & 11.12g, Lucknow Mint, Rev: Crown flanked by rampant lions holding flag, two upright fish below, AH 1243/ RY Ahad (KM# 186) & AH 1249/ RY 7 (KM# 205.2). Very fine, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,000

Fateh Singh, Copper Paisa, 9.11g, Obv: 'Fateh Singh' in Devanagari with Katar below (KM# C# 33.16). Green Patinated, Fine+, scarce.

206

Anand Rao, Silver Rupee, 11.01g, Ahmadabad Mint, in name of Shah Alam II, Rev: Mint marks of Ankushi and Nagari 'Ga' (KM# C# 19). Estimate: `` 2,000-2,200

202

Amjad Ali Shah, Copper Falus, 11.96g, AH 12XX, Obv: crown above fish, Rev: inscription (KM# 325). Very fine for type. Estimate: ` 500-700

207

Anand Rao, Silver Rupee & ½ Rupee, 11.55 & 5.76g, Ahmadabad Mint, Nagari 'Ga' & Ankush (C# 28 & C# 18). Very fine, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

203

Wajid Ali Shah, Silver Rupees (2), 11g & 11.09g, Lucknow Mint, Rev: Parasol above crown, flanked by mermaids holding flag, crossed swords below, AH 1263/ RY Ahad (KM# 365.1) & AH 1269/ RY 6 (KM# 365.3). Very fine, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,000

208

Malhar Rao, Silver 1/8 Rupee or 2 Anna, 1.37g, Obv: inscription, Rev: Nagari 'Ma' (Ga) (KM# Y# 18). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500 www.oswalauctions.com | 23


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Princely States

Bharatpur

209

Jaswant Singh, Silver Rupee, 10.93g, Brajendrapur Mint, AH 1861, Obv: bust of Queen Victoria, Rev: inscription and mint mark Dagger (KM# 166). Broad flan, very rare. Estimate: ` 16,000-18,000

215

Copper ¼ Anna (2), Bikaner, 1895, portrait of Victoria Empress. Sailana, 1908, portrait of Edward VII. Fine+. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Dhar

Bhopal 210 Sikandar Begum, Copper ¼ Anna & ½ Anna (2), 7.37g & 15.38g. Fine to very fine, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 800-1,000 216

Anand Rao III, Copper 1/12 Anna, 1887, Calcutta Mint (KM# 11). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

Dholpur

211

Shah Jahan Begum, Silver Nazrana Double Rupee, AH 1286/ RY 2 (KM Y # C14). Very fine+, very rare. Estimate: ` 50,000-55,000

217

Kirat Singh, Silver Rupee, 11.11g, Gohad Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, RY 47, Pistol as a mint mark (KM# C# 5.1). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Gwalior 212

Shujalpur Mint, Copper Paisa, 17.32g, in the name of Shah Alam II, RY 48, complete mint name. Extremely fine for type, rare. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

213

Anonymous, Copper Paisa (4), Uniface, 14.94g, 15.22g, 13.79g, 12.76g, different varieties. Very fine. 4 coins. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

Bikaner 218

214

Ganga Singh, Silver Rupee, 12.97g, Obv: portrait of the ruler, Rev: coat of arms of the state and date VS 1994, commemorative issue of the Golden Jubilee of the ruler's reign (KM# X # M. 1). About uncirculated, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

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Mahadji Rao, Silver set of 4 coins, Rupee, ½ Rupee, ¼ Rupee & 1/8 Rupee, 11.19g, 5.53g, 2.77g & 1.40g, Dar ul Fatah Ujjain Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II. Very fine, rare. 4 coins. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

219

Daulat Rao, Copper Paisa, 18.43g & 13.43g, Burhanpur & Ujjain Mint, In the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1206 (KM# 36) & AH 1262 (KM# 219). Very fine. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,200


Princely States

220

Jankoji Rao, Gold Mohur, 10.81g, Lashkar Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 11xx/2; bow and an arrow with Nagari 'Je' on rev, small Persian letter WAW in the seen of julus (KM# 133). About uncirculated, rare. Estimate: ` 45,000-50,000

221

Jayaji Rao, Silver (2) ½ Rupee & ¼ Rupee, 2.69g & 5.41g, In the name of Shah Alam II with initials of Jayaji Rao. 2 coins.

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Princely States

225

Silver Rupee, 10.94g, Filose issue, uncertain mint, battle axe in rev. and snake in mim of Ha mi. Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

Hyderabad Feudatories

226

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Silver Rupee, 11.43g, Elichpur Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Indore

222

Jivaji Rao, Copper ¼ Anna, VS 1929, Obv: bust of Jivaji Rao, Rev: arms. Graded as MS 64 RD by NGC. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,500

227

Tukoji Rao II, Silver Mudra, Obv: Sun face, SE 1788, VS 1923 (KM# 18). A small hole on top for use as a pendent, small test mark on edge otherwise very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 15,000-,22,000

223

Silver Rupee, 10.76g, Seorha Mint ?, battle axe and Gada as mint mark, mint name not fully attributed so far. Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

228

Copper Paisa, 10.94g, uncertain mint, Lion to left. Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,500

224

Silver Rupee, 10.85g, Shahajanabad Mint (Psedo), in the name of Shah Alam II, RY 4, Chatra on obv. and Sword in rev. Unpublished, Very fine+, very rare. This coin perhaps minted some were in Mathura- Bharatpur region. Unpublished, very rare.

Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

229

Copper ½ Anna, 15.15g & 13.21g, Malhar Nagar & Maheshwar Mint (KM# 53). Very fine. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,200 www.oswalauctions.com | 25


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Jaipur

Princely States Jodhpur

234

Umaid Singh, Gold Mohur, 10.97g, with the name of George V, Obv: 'Shri Mataji' in nagari, Rev: 'Shri' in nagari (KM# 130). About extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 33,000-35,000

235 230

Madho Singh II, Silver Nazarana Rupee, AD 1903/ RY 24, in the neme of Queen Victoria and Madho Singh (KM# 147). Graded as AU 55 by NGC. Rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

Silver Rupee (8), different mint and dates, Bijay Singh (1), Sojat Mint, AH 1204 (KM # 18), , Bhim Singh (2), Pali Mint, AH 1218/ RY 45 (KM # 177.1) and Jodhpur Mint, AH 1212/ RY 42 (KM # 18), Takht Singh (3), Jodhpur Mint, Pali Mint and Sojat Mint, AH 1274, Jaswant Singh (2), Pali Mint, RY 22 and Jodhpur Mint. Fine to very fine, scarce. 8 coins. Estimate: ` 9,000-10,000

Junagadh

231

Madho Singh II, Silver Nazarana Rupee, 11.41g, Sawai Jaipur Mint, with the name of George V, AD 192X /RY 2, 'Jhar' as mint mark (KM# 147).

236

Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

Bahadur Khan, Silver Kori (2), VS 1914 AH 1274 & AH 1873 (error date) (KM# 23). Very fine, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,200

Kalat

232

Gold Mohur, 10.85g, Mughal issue, Sawai Jaipur Mint, RY 8, in the name of Shah Alam II. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 33,000-35,000

Jaisalmir 237 obv.

Khudadad Khan, Copper Falus, 3.09g, large flan Obv: Mahud Khan, Rev: Mint name Kalat, bold strick. Extremely fine for type, rare in this grade. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

Kutch rev.

233

Akhey Singh, Silver Rupee Akhey Shahi (3), 10.91g, 10.50g, 10.99g, in the name of Muhammad Shah, Pseudo Mint name Dar al Khilafat Shahajahanabad. Very fine, scarce. All different 3 coins. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

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238

Bharmalji I, Silver Kori, 4.66g, with the name of the Emperor Jahangir, Hindi 'Ji' in Bharaji, (RS 28.1). About extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 11,000-12,000


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Princely States Nawanagar

239

Bharmalji I, Silver Kori, 4.65g, with the name of the Emperor Jahangir. Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 10,000-11,000

243

Jam Vibhaji, Silver 5 Kori, 14.96g, VS 1946, Large inner circle (KM # 22). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

244

Jam Vibhaji, Silver 5 Kori, 14.03g, VS 1949, Smaller inner circle (KM# 23). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

240

Pragmalji II, set of 3 Gold coins (3), 100 Kori, 18.59g, VS 1923 AD 1866, 50 Kori, 9.33g VS 1930 AD 1874 and 25 Kori, 4.55g VS 1927 AD 1870, Bhuj Mint. About extremely fine, rare as set. 3 coins.

245

Jam Vibhaji, Silver 5 Kori, 13.93g, VS 1949, Smaller inner circle (KM# 23). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

Estimate: ` 1,75,000-2,00,000

246

Jam Vibhaji, Silver 5 Kori, 13.96g, VS 1949, Smaller inner circle (KM# 23). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

241

Silver (3) & Copper (1), Pragmalji II, 2 ½ Kori (2), 6.83g, VS 1932/1875, VS 1931/1875, in name of Queen Victoria, Pragmalji & Vijayarajji, 5 Kori, (1) 13.89g, VS 1998/1942, , in name of George VI & Vijayarajji, Copper Adhio, 16.60g, VS 2000/1943. Very fine. 4 coins.

247

Estimate: ` 6,000-6,500

Jam Vibhaji, Silver 5 Kori, 13.97g, VS 1949, Smaller inner circle (KM# 23). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

Narwar Patiala

242

Mahadji Rao Silver Rupee, 11.06g, In the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1202/ RY 30 (KM# 20). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

248

Karam Singh, Silver Rupee, 11.07g, Crescent below Swad, An anchor to left and a gun to right of sim of julus on rev. Very fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 27


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Princely States

Princely States

Porbandar

(KM# 10) & 2 Paisa 13.73g, 1898 (KM# 12). Tonk (2), Copper Pice (KM# 29 & 29a). Very fine. 4 coins. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

249

Silver 1/2 Kori, 2.32g, Obv: Nagari 'Shri Rana' with date AH 978 (Frozen), Rev: Corrupt Persian legend 'Muzaffar' (KM# C# 37). Very fine. Estimate: ` 500-700

Sirohi 255

250

Sheo Singh, Copper ¼ Anna, 10.72g, Sirohi Mint, dagger on obv. (KM# 11). Very fine, scarce.

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Indo - French

Estimate: ` 700-800

251

Sheo Singh, Copper ¼ Anna, 10.97g, Sirohi Mint, dagger on obv. (KM# 11). Extra fine, scarce.

Assorted Silver (4), Rupee, Mewad, VS 1985 (KM# Y22.2), Rupee, Hyderabad, AH 1342/ RY 13 (KM# Y53A), 1 Kori Kutch, VS 1999 AD 1943 (KM# Y81) and George V, 2 Anna, 1916. Very fine to extra fine. 4 coins.

256

Pondicherry, Silver Fanon, 1.35g, Obv: pearled crown, Rev: 5 fleur de lis, ND (KM# 44). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

Estimate: ` 800-1,000 Tonk

257 252

Muhammad Ibrahim Ali Khan, Silver Rupee, AH 130X, Obv: name of ruler, Rev: inscription Name of Victoria Empress (Y# 20). Very fine, scarce.

Silver Fanon or 1/5 Rupee, 2.26g, Mahe Mint, Obv: Persian legend 'Fransi Kampani', Rev: Mint Name Phultcheri, date (17)50 in Persian (KM# 67). Fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000 Travancore

258 253

Bala Rama Varma II, Bronze Chuckram, ND (KM# 60). Brilliant red, about uncirculated, rare in this grade.

Estimate: ` 2,800-3,000

Indo - Portuguese

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

259

254

Jaora (2), Copper Paisa, 6.61g, Milled Coinage, 1896

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Silver Rupee, 11.55g, Murshidabad Mint, struck at Chander nagor, dot above ZA of zarb. AH 1187/RY12. Very fine, rare.

Jose, Silver ½ Pardao or 150 Reis, 2.69g,1775,Obv: head to right, date & value around, Rev: crowned arms (KM# 158). Complete date and legend on obverse, extra fine for type, very rare. Estimate: ` 20,000-25,000


Indo - Portuguese

260

Maria II, Silver ½ Pardao or 150 Reis, 2.73g, 1846, Obv: Head to left, legend around, Rev: value in sprays (KM#271). Complete doted circle, centrally struck coin, extremely fine+, rare in this grade

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East India Company - Bengal Presidency

266

Gold ¼ Mohur, 3.01g, Calcutta Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, Pseudo mint name Murshidabad, AH 1204/ RY 19 (KM# 100). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 14,000-15,000

267

Gold ½ Mohur, 6.12g, AH 1202/ RY 19, Murshidabad Mint, Obv: Shah Alaam II Badshah, couplet, Rev: Persianjulus formula, vertical milling (KM# 111). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 30,000-35,000

268

Gold, set of 3 coins, Mohur, ½ Mohur and ¼ Mohur, 12.35g, 5.79g and 3.05g, in the name of Shah Alam II, Murshidabad Mint, AH 1202/RY 19, AH 1202/RY 19, and AH 1204/RY 19, oblique milling. About very fine, very rare. 3 coins. Estimate: ` 90,000-95,000

Estimate: ` 25,000-30,000

261

Luiz I, Silver 1/8 Rupia, 1.46g, 1881, Obv: Head to left, Rev: Crowned Arms in sprays. Uncleaned, very fine. Estimate: ` 800-1,000

262

Assorted lot of Copper (18), Bazarucos and Tangas from Diu, Goa and other colonies of the colonial period. Fine to very fine. 18 Coins. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

East India Company - Bengal Presidency

263

Princep's Coinage, Copper 1/8 Anna, 3.34g, Falta Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1195/ RY 22 (KM# 123). Broad thin flan, Very fine+, scarce.

East India Company - Bombay Presidency

Estimate: ` 800-900

264

Copper Pice, 7.83g, in the name of Shah Alam II, tri-lingual issue, machine struck, Calcutta Mint, RY 37 (KM# 53). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

269 265

Gold ¼ Mohur, 3.09g, Calcutta Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, Pseudo mint name Murshidabad, AH 1204/RY 19 (KM# 100). Extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 18,000-20,000

Copper (4), ½ Pice, 1791, Pice(2), 1791 and 1794, and 2 Pice, 1791. All coins Graded by PCGS respectively as uncirculated- damaged, AU-50 BN, AU-55 BN and AU-55 BN. Nice group. 4 coins. Estimate: ` 14,000-15,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 29


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270

271

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Silver Rupee (2), 1819, 11.05g, Shahjahanabad Bagalkot Mint, in the name of Alamgir II and Rupee of 1825, 11.61g, Mumbai Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, both dates written in English numerals. About extremely fine, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 3,600-4,000

Silver ½ Rupee, 5.75g, 1825, Mumbai Mint, Crown as Privy mark, in the name of Shah Alam II (KM# 217.2). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 17,000-18,000

East India Company - Madras Presidency

275

Copper X Cash or 1/2 Dub, 4.69g, Obv: value in Persian and English, Rev: value in Tamil and Telugu. Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500

276

East India Company - Madras Presidency

Copper 1/48 Rupee or Dub (5), 1794, Obv: arms of East India Company, legend around, Rev: legend incuse, struck at Soho Mint. Fine to very fine. 5 coins. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

277 272

Silver Double Fanam, 1.87g, ND, Obv: Buckled garter, value in Persian and English legend, Rev: Ribbon & star, value in Telugu and Tamil legend (KM#350). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

278 273

Silver Double Fanam, 1.82g, ND, Obv: Buckled garter, value in Persian and English legend, Rev: Ribbon & star, value in Telugu and Tamil legend (KM#350). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

Silver ½ Pagoda, 20.93g, Obv: Standing Vishnu, value in Tamil and Telegu around, Rev: 9 stars on either side of Gopuram, half Pagoda in English legend around, vertical milling. Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

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Copper X Cash, 1808, Madras Mint, GARNDER, Ship wreck coin. Graded MS 61 RB, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

279 274

Copper 1/96 Rupee or ½ Dub (5), 1794 and 1797, Obv: arms of East India Company, legend around, Rev: legend incuse, struck at Soho Mint. Fine to very fine. 5 coins.

Silver Double Rupee, 24.06g, Arkat Mint, struck at Madras, in the name of Alamgir II, AH 1172/ RY 2, Obv: Aziz-ud-din Alamgir Badshah Ghazi, Sikka Mubarak, Lotus mint mark, oblique milling, usually found struck over Spanish 8 reales coin (Prid# 245). extremely fine, extremely rare. Estimate: ` 1,75,000-2,00,000


East India Company - Madras Presidency

280

281

Gold 5 Rupees, 3.88g, Madras Mint, Obv: company arms without supporters and legend 'BRITISH EAST INDIA COMPANY', Rev: value in Persian, vertical milling (Pr# 244 KM# 422). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 25,000-30,000

Copper Kasu, 2.03 g, a goddess, Minakshi standing, facing on front, EEIC (English East India Co.) within a bale mark on rev, Tirunevally Mint,. About extremely fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

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East India Company - Uniform Currency

285

William IV, Silver Rupee (2), 1835, thin lettering, R S incuse (Prid# 32). Very fine to very fine+, scarce. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

286

East India Company - Uniform Currency

William IV, Set of 3 coins, 1835, Silver Rupee, dug out F (Prid# 36), ½ Rupee, F incuse (Prid# 68) and ¼ Rupee, F raised (Prid# 91) all 3 coins Calcutta Mint. Fine to very fine, scarce. 3 coins. Estimate: ` 8,000-8,500

282

William IV, Silver Rupee, 1835, no initial, bud leaves, 20 berries (Prid# 40). Graded as MS 61 by NGC. Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

287

William IV, Silver Rupee (4), F incuse, rev. I, 2 leaves, 19 berries, (Prid# 36) 2 coins, no initial, rev. II, bud leaves, 20 berries (Prid# 40) and F incuse, rev. III, 2 leaves, 19 berries (Prid# 36). Fine to very fine. 4 coins. Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

283

William IV, Silver Rupee, 1835, dug out F, bud leaves, 19 berries (Prid# 36). Graded as AU 58 by NGC. Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

288

William IV, Silver ½ Rupee, 1835, Calcutta Mint, F incuse, 19 berries (Prid# 70). Very fine+. Estimate: ` 7,000-8,000

284

William IV, Silver Rupee, 1835, inverted Die Axis. Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

289

William IV, Silver ½ Rupee, 1835, Calcutta Mint, F dug out, 19 berries. Fine. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500 www.oswalauctions.com | 31


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290

BHUJ

William IV, Silver ½ Rupee, 1835, Calcutta Mint, R S incuse, 21 berries (Prid# 66). Very fine, rare.

East India Company - Uniform Currency

295

Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

291

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee Mule, 1840, Divided legend, 26 berries. Very fine+, very rare.

Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

296

Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

Victoria Queen, Silver ½ Rupee, 1840, Continuous legend, 19 Berries (Prid# 73). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

297

292

Victoria Queen, Silver ½ Rupee, 1840, Madras Mint, Continuous legend (Prid# 75). Very fine+.

Victoria Queen, Silver ½ Rupee, 1840, Divided legend, 19 Berries (Prid# 80).Very fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, 1840, Divided legend, 28 berries, W. W. Raised (Prid# 57). Graded as MS 61 by NGC. Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

298

293

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee (2), 1840, Divided legend (Prid# 57). Fine to Very fine+. 2 coins.

Victoria Queen, Silver ¼ Rupee, 1840, Calcutta Mint, Continuous legend, cresent raised, 34 berries, Indian head (Prid# 103). Graded as MS 64 by ANACS. Very rare to get in such high grade. Estimate: ` 9,000-10,000

Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

299 294

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee (6), 1840, Continues legend. Fine to very fine+. 6 coins.

Silver Rupee (4), William IV, 1835, Victoria Queen, 1840, Divided legend, Victoria Empress, 1876, Bombay Mint, A/I, dot and Gorge VI, 1944, Lahore Mint. Fine to very fine. 4 coins.

Estimate: ` 9,000-9,500

Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

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British India 5-B/II/2/0, 6-B/II/0/3, 7-B/II/0/4, 8-A/II/0/4, 9-B/I/0/4, 10A/I/0/4, 11-A/II/0/5, 12-A/II/0/6, 13-A/II/0/7, 14-A/II/0/8, 15-A/II/0/9, 16-A/II/0/10, 17-A/I/1/1, 18-A/II/1/1, 19C/I/1/2, 20-A/II/1/2. Extremely fine+ to about uncirculated, rare in such high grade. 20 coins.

Copper 1/12 Anna, 1848 (Prid# 163). Extremely fine.

Estimate: ` 80,000-1,00,000

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

British India

307

301

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, 1874, Bombay Mint, C1/II (Prid# 141). Very fine. Estimate: ` 2,500-2,700

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, 1862, Bombay Mint, B/II/0/10 (Prid# 93). Fine+, very rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

308 302

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee, 1862, A/II/2/0 (Prid# 70). Very fine, rare.

Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, 1877, Calcutta Mint, A/II, no dot (Prid# 115). Very fine. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

309 303

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee (3), 1862, B/II/0/3 (Prid# 77), B/II/0/4 (Prid# 81) and A/II/0/5 (Prid# 85). All three coins with strait dots. Very fine to extremely fine, rare. 3 coins.

Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, 1879, Bombay Mint, A3/IV, no dot (Prid# 154). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000 304

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee (9), 1862, 5 dots (1), 6 dots (1) and 4 dots (7). Very fine+. 9 coins. Estimate: ` 13,000-15,000

305

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee (12), 1862. Fine to very fine. 12 coins. Estimate: ` 11,000-12,000

306

Victoria Queen, Silver Rupee (20), 1862, all different dot varieties are as 1-A/II/0/0, 2- A/I/0/0, 3-B/II/0/0, 4-B/II/1/0,

310

Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, 1881, Bombay Mint, A3/IV dot (Prid# 157). Very fine. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 33


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304

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British India

306

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British India

317 311

Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, 1881, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 119). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000

318 312

Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, 1885, Bombay Mint, A/II, 'B' raised on top and bottom (Prid# 169). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

Victoria Queen, Silver ½ Rupee, 1875, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 260). Very fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

319 313

Victoria Queen, Silver ½ Rupee, 1874, Bombay Mint, B2/II/dot (Prid# 285). Very fine+, rare.

Victoria Queen, Silver ½ Rupee, 1875, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 260). About uncirculated, rare in this grade. Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, 1897, Calcutta Mint, C/I, 'C' incuse (Prid# 136). Very fine+rare. Estimate: ` 18,000-20,000

320

Victoria Queen, Silver ½ Rupee, 1876, B2/II dot (Prid# 287). Very fine. Estimate: ` 6,000-6,500

314

Victoria Empress, Silver Rupee, 1898, Bombay Mint, C2/I (Prid# 184). Fine+. Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

315

Victoria Queen and Empress, Silver Rupee (12), 1862, 1877, 1878, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1892, 1900, 1901, Calcutta Mint and 1888, 1890, Bombay Mint. About uncirculated to uncirculated. 12 coins. Estimate: ` 22,000-24,000

316

Victoria Queen, Silver ½ Rupee, 1862, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 255). About uncirculated, rare in this grade. Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

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321

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1878, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 262). Extremely fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 20,000-25,000

322

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1878, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 262). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 12,000-13,000


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British India

323

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1881, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 265). Very fine+, rare.

British India

329

Estimate: ` 10,000-12,000

Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

324

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1882, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 266). Very fine+, rare.

330

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1884, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 268). Very fine+, rare.

331

Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000

326

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1886, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 270). Very fine+, scarce.

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1887, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 271). Extremely fine.

332

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1888, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 272). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-4,000

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1894, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 278). Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-4,000

333

Estimate: ` 7,000-7,500

328

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1893, Bombay Mint, A/I (Prid# 303). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

Estimate: ` 3,000-4,000

327

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1892, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 276). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000

325

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1889, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 273). About uncirculated, rare.

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1896, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 279). Extremely fine, rare. Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000

334

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1897, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 280). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 37


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335

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1898, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 281). Extremely fine, rare.

British India

340

Estimate: ` 6,000-8,000

Victoria Queen, Silver ¼ Rupee, 1880, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 385). Fine+, exceedingly rare. Exceedingly rare date in British India series, missing coin in most of collections. Great chance to acquire such rare coin.

Estimate: ` 1,70,000-1,80,000

336

Victoria Empress, Silver ½ Rupee, 1899, Calcutta Mint, A/I (Prid# 282). About uncirculated, scarce.

341

Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

Victoria Empress, Silver 2 Anna Proof, 1897 (Prid# 103). Graded PR 64 by PCGS, early restrike proof, very rare to get in such high grade. Estimate: ` 50,000-55,000

337

Victoria Empress, Silver (2), ½ Rupee, 1897, Bombay Mint, A/I (Prid# 305) and 2 Anna, 1897, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 512). Fine to very fine. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 4,000-5,000

342

Assorted Silver coins (19), ¼ Rupee (1), 1840, Divided legend and 1/8 Rupee (18), various dates. Fine to very fine. 19 coins. Estimate: ` 7,500-8,000

338

Victoria Queen, Silver ¼ Rupee, 1862, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 376). Graded as MS 63 by PCGS, rare in such high grade.

343

Victoria Queen, Copper ½ Anna, 1862, Bombay Mint (Prid# 578). Fine+. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

344 339

Victoria Queen, Silver ¼ Rupee, Error 1862, Madras Mint, numeral 1 instead I of Victoria (Prid# 378A). Very fine, rare.

Victoria Queen and Empress, Copper ½ Anna (2), 1862, Bombay (Prid# 578) and 1877, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 585). Very fine. 2 coins.

Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

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350

345

Victoria Empress, Copper ½ Pice, 1888, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 720). About uncirculated. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Victoria Empress, Copper ½ Anna Proof, 1877. In original paper envelop of the mint. Proof. Rare. Estimate: ` 20,000-23,000 351

Assorted Lot of Copper 1/12 Anna (5), Victoria, 1901 and Gorge V (4), 1914, 1917 and 1918 (2). Very fine. 5 coins. Estimate: ` 500-600

352 346

Victoria Queen, Copper ¼ Anna (4), 1862, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 600). Extra fine+. 4 coins.

Silver coins (219), Complete date wise collection of British India except 4 missing, 1939 Rupee, 1880 and 1911, ½ Rupee and 1880, ¼ Rupee. All coins arrange in album. Very fine to extremely fine. 219 coins.

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Great chance to acquire complete collection of British India Silver coins otherwise hard to make such collection. Very rare.

Estimate: ` 4,50,000-5,00,000

347

Victoria Empress, Copper ¼ Anna, 1880, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 614). Uncirculated.

353

Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

Edward VII, Silver Rupee, 1903, Calcutta Mint, 3 dots (Prid# not listed). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

348

Victoria Empress, Copper ¼ Anna, 1889, Bombay Mint, B/I (Prid# 644). Uncirculated.

354

Estimate: ` 1,000-1,500

349

Victoria Empress, Copper ¼ Anna, 1889, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 622). Graded MS 63 RB by NGC. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Edward VII, Silver Rupee, 1903, Calcutta Mint, 4 dots (Prid# not listed). Very fine,rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

355

Edward VII, Silver Rupee, 1908, Bombay Mint, Re engraved 8 on 7. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 1,300-1,500 www.oswalauctions.com | 39


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356

Edward VII, Copro-Nickel, 1 Anna, 1907, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 926). Very fine.

British India

361

Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

George V, Silver Rupee, 1921, Bombay Mint (Prid# 227). Very fine. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

357

Assorted Silver 2 Anna (10), Edward VII (5), 1906, Calcutta Mint. Gorge V, 1912, (3) Bombay Mint and (2) Calcutta Mint. Uncirculated. 10 coins.

362

George V, Silver Rupee, 1922, Bombay Mint (Prid# 228). Extremely fine+. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

363 358

George V, Silver Rupee, 1911, Bombay Mint, Pig type (Prid# 217). Fine. Estimate: ` 2,500-2,700

Gorge V, Silver Rupee (3), 1911 (Prid# 207), 1921 (Prid# 227) and 1922 (Prid# 228), all 3 coins are Bombay Mint. Very fine to very fine+, scarce. 3 coins. Estimate: ` 8,000-9,000

364

Assorted Silver coins (11), ½ Rupee (2), 1912 and 1928, Ÿ Rupee (6), 1904 (2), 1910, 1918, 1912 and 1943, 2 Annas (3), 1906, 1907 and 1908. Fine to very fine. 11 coins. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

359

George V, Silver Rupee, 1911, Calcutta Mint, Pig type (Prid# 207). Fine. Estimate: ` 2,500-2,700

365

George V, Cupro-Nickel 8 Annas, 1919, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 870). Very fine. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

360

George V, Silver Rupee, 1921, Bombay Mint (Prid# 227). Extremely fine+. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

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366

George V, Copro-Nickel 8 Anna, 1919, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 870). Very fine+. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200


British India

367

George V, Cupro-Nickel 8 Annas, 1920, Bombay Mint (Prid# 873). Little flat between 7 O'clock to 9 O'clock on obverse. About very fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

BHUJ

British India

373

George V, Copper Âź Anna, 1916, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 661). Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 700-800

374

George V, Copper 1/12 Anna (31), 1912 to 1936. Fine to very fine. 31 coins. Estimate: ` 2,300-2,500

375 368

George V, Nickel 4 Anna Proof, 1919, Calcutta Mint. With original mint envelop, rare. Estimate: ` 25,000-30,000

Gorge V, Nickel 4 Anna, 1920, 2 Anna (5), 1918 (2), 1919 and 1935 (2), 1 Anna (2), 1919 and 1936. Fine to extra fine+. 8 coins. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

376

Gorge V, Copper 1/12 Anna (22), AD 1912, 1913, 1914, 1915, 1916, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1923, 1924, 1926, 1928, 1929, 1930, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934, 1935 & 1936. Fine to very fine. 22 coins. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

369

George V, Nickel 4 Anna, 1920, Bombay Mint (Prid# 878). Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

377 370

George V, Nickel 4 Anna, 1921, Bombay Mint (Prid# 879). Very fine, rare. Estimate: ` 1,200-1,500

371

George V, Silver 2 Anna, 1911, Calcutta Mint (Prid# 564). Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-3,000

378

George V, Nickel 2 Anna Proof, 1933, Bombay Mint. With original mint envelop, rare. Estimate: ` 20,000-25,000

379

372

George VI, Silver Rupee, 1938, Bombay Mint, with dot (Prid# 234). Fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

George VI, Silver Rupee, 1943, Bombay Mint (Prid# 242). Very fine. Estimate: ` 0,000-,000

Gorge VI, Silver Rupee, 1945, Bombay Mint, Large '5'. Very fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 15,000-16,000 www.oswalauctions.com | 41


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380

Gorge VI, Copper ¼ Anna, 1939, Bombay Mint, Head II type (Prid# 690). Very fine, rare.

British India

386

Estimate: ` 2,500-2,700

George VI, 2 Annas Brass-OMS, 1947, Calcutta Mint. Fine+. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

387

George VI, Cupro-Nickle 1 Anna (40), 1939. Original Mint pack roll, uncirculated. 40 coins. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

381

Republic India

Gorge VI, Silver ¼ Rupee 1945, Bombay Mint, Large '5' (Prid# 470). Extra fine+, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,500-2,700

388 382

George VI, Copro-Nickel 2 Anna, 1939, Bombay Mint, Head II type (Prid# 914). Very fine.

1950, ½ Rupee Proof, Nickel, Bombay Mint, graded PF 64 by NGC. Scarce. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

389 383

George VI, Nickel Brass, 2 Anna, 1944, Lahore Mint (Prid# 908). Very fine.

1950, ½ Anna Proof, Cupro Nikel, Bombay Mint, graded PF 63 by NGC. Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200

390 384

George VI, Nickel Brass, 2 Anna, 1944, Lahore Mint (Prid# 908). Extremely fine.

1954, ¼ Rupee Proof, Nickel, Bombay Mint, graded PF 64 by NGC. Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Estimate: ` 2,500-2,700

385

George VI, 2 Annas (2) Brass-OMS, 1946, Bombay and Calcutta Mint. Very fine. 2 coins. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

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1954, 1 Anna Proof, Cupro Nickel, Bombay Mint, graded PF 63 by NGC. Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500


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Republic India 398

1970, UNC Rupees 10, loose coin of 'Food for All', Bombay Mint. Estimate: ` 2,800-3,000

399

392

1954, Rupee Proof, Nickel Bombay Mint, graded PF 64 by NGC. Scarce.

1974, Proof set of 'Planned Families Food for all' set of 2 coins, Rupees 50 & 10, Bombay Mint (RB# 42). In acrylic case with original packing. Estimate: ` 9,000-10,000

400

Estimate: ` 10,000-15,000

1980, 25 Paisa, Copper Nickel, Diamond mint mark below date, Bombay Mint. Rare. Estimate: ` 300-500

401

394

1954, 1 Pice Proof, Bronze Bombay Mint, graded PF 63 RD by NGC. Scarce.

1989, Proof Set of 'Jawaharlal Neharu Birth Centenary', set of 4 coins, Rupees 100, 20, 5 and Rupee, Bombay Mint (RB # 135). In acrylic case with Mint emblem in original packing. Estimate: ` 16,000-18,000

402

Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

1989, UNC set of 'Jawaharlal Neharu Birth Centenary', set of 4 coins, Rupees 100, 20, 5 and Rupee, Bombay Mint (RB # 136). In acrylic case in original packing. Estimate: ` 12,000-15,000

403

393

1954, Copper 1 Pice, 2.90g, Bombay Mint, Reduced weight series 1954, Obv: Ashoka Lion Pillar symbol, Rev: Prancing horse to left, Roman-Devanagari legends. Fine+, scarce.

1998, Proof set of 'Deshbandhu Chittaranjan Das', set of 4 coins, Rupees 100, 50, 10 and 2, Calcutta Mint (RB # 212). In acrylic case with mint emblem. Rare. Estimate: ` 18,000-20,000

404

2006, (VIP Proof set) special mint set of ONGC Golden Jubilee Year, set of 2, Rupees 50 and 5, Kolkatta Mint (RB# 311). In red wooden box. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

Estimate: ` 500-600

Foreign Coins

395

1950, 1972 and 1973, Proof loose coins (6), 50 Paise, 10 Paise & 5 Paise all 1972, 2 Paisa & 25 Paise all 1973 and 2 Anna 1950. Proof. 6 coins. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,500

396

1969, Proof set of 'Ghandhi Birth Centenary', set of 9 coins, Rupees 10 to 1 Paisa, Bombay Mint (RB# 16). Coins in Brown pouch pack. Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000

397

1970, Proof set of 'Food for All' set of 9 coins, 10 Rupees to 1 Paisa, Bombay Mint, (RB# 23). In original pack, box little torned. Rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-8,500

405

Kingdom Of Bhutan, Buddha, Silver and enamel, Proof Nurgtun 250, issued in 2012, Obv: Lord Buddha seated under the Bodhi Tree and the Mahabodhi temple of Bodhgaya, Rev: a beautiful rose in enamel. In original box and certificate of issue, proof, exceedingly rare. One of the most beautiful coin on World Buddha Heritage Series, Limited Mintage.

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406

BHUJ

Burma, Silver Rupee (2), dancing peacock on obv. Very fine+, scarce. 2 coins.

Foreign Coins

411

Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

Nepal, Silver Rupees 250, Lord Mahavir, VS 2058. Only 500 nos. issued on the occasion of 2600 years of lord Mahavir's birth. Uncirculated, rare. This is the first legal tender coin of Bhagwan Mahavira in overseas country.

Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500

407

France, Gold 20 Francs, 3.45g, 1913, Obv: Oak leaf wreath encircles liberty head right, Rev: Rooster divides denomination, date below. Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 9,500-10,000

408

Great Britain, Victoria Queen, Gold Guinea or Sovereign, 7.90g, 1854, Rev: shield. Very fine.

412

Estimate: ` 25,000-26,000

Nepal, Buddha, Silver Rupee 2500 Proof, 155g, 1997. In original box of issue and Certificate, Limited mintage, Proof, Excessively rare. Largest Buddha coin in the word.

Estimate: ` 50,000-60,000

409

Great Britain, George V, Gold Guinea or Sovereign, 7.83g, 1917. Extremely fine. Estimate: ` 23,000-24,000

413

Netherlands, Holland, Gold Ducat, 3.46g, 1764, Obv: standing knight dividing date, Rev: legend within ornamented square. Very Fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 12,000-13,000

410

Republic of Liberia, Cupro Nickle 10 Dollars Proof, 2001, Dalai Lama. In original box and with certificate of issue. Proof, scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

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414

Republic of Palau, Silver 2 Dollar Proof, Mother Teresa. Scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200


Foreign Coins

415

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Tokens

419

Bengal Presidency, Copper Half Tola Token, 5.71g , Obv: ‘HALF TOLA 90 GRS’ in English, Rev: ‘ADHA TOLA’ in Devnagari and Bengali, NIM TOLA in Persian. Extremely fine, very rare. Estimate: ` 12,000-15,000

420

Gold ¼ Tola, 2.94g, Balai Chand Seal, Calcutta, 9950 Fine, crown within a star. Uncirculated. Estimate: ` 25,000-30,000

421

Gold 1 Tola, 11.70g, Kirtilal Jeshinglal & Co., Bombay, 9950 Fine, Elephant type, plain edge. Extremely fine+. Estimate: ` 40,000-45,000

422

Gold 1 Tola, H M Mint, Bombay, Obv: crown within wreath and Bombay below, Rev: 1 Tola 996 Fine, scalloped edge, pre 1947 issue. Extremely fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 46,000-50,000

Portugal, Cupro Nickle, 200 excudos, 21.22g, Discovery of India issue-400 th Anniversary 1998, ,Obv: Map of India locating Calicut, Rev: coat of arms. Proof scarce. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

416

Sri Lanka, Silver 1000 Rupees Proof, 1999, 'Cricket Champions 1996', Obv: Trophy, Rev: Two players, struck at British Royal Mint. Proof, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500

417

Ceylon, Chola Gold Fanam, 0.50g, obv. king standing, rev. Nagari legend Darak (De Silva 39). About Extremely Fine+, Scarce.

Medal

Estimate: ` 1,800-2,000

423 418

Tibet & Burma, Silver Rupees (2). Unclened, very fine, 2 coins. Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

Parsi medal, Silver, Obv: Potrait legend jubilee 15 Dec 1893, lodge rising star of W.I.No 342 S.C., Rev star with rays rising from sea, and legend bro, framjee dinshaw petit installed 15 December 1893. With suspension on top. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 www.oswalauctions.com | 45


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Medals 424

First World War Memorial Plaque, Bronze, Memorial Plaque of Mula Ram, Britannia bestowing a laurel crown on a rectangular tablet bearing the name of the dead in raised letters, and the inscription around reads, ‘HE DIED FOR FREEDOM AND HONOUR’ (Mackay# 172). Very Fine, Scarce.

Paper Money 431

432

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

433

434

425

Bahawalpur, Bronze Medal, 26.09g, Jan I Nishari corps. Very fine, rare.

435

Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000 426

Bombay Presidency War & Relief Fund, Copper, 1917, Childern's Branch. Very fine, scarce. Estimate: ` 800-1,000 436

437 427

Baroda, Hind Vijaya Gymkhana Olympic Sports Medals, Silver, 11.79g, 1951, awarded for Long Jump. Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: ` 4,000-4,500

Miscellaneous 428

438

Miniature painting , KALI , in round shape pendent , rare. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

429

Cash coupons (8) and Talbana Tickets(5), various denominations and type. Nice group. 13 pieces.

439

Estimate: ` 2,000-2,500

Paper Money

440

British India 430

George V, Rupees 1, Type 1, 1st issue, signed A. C. Mc Watters, prefix O/60, water mark Variety A- star enclosed in a rectangle (Jhun# 1.2.A). Fold mark in center otherwise extra fine for type, rare. Estimate: ` 15,000-16,000

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441

George V, Rupees 1, Type 2, 2nd issue, signed J. W. Kelly, prefix E/27 (Jhun# 2.1A). Water mark variety A, pen over writing on obverse, folded, Fine+. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 George V, Rupees 10, Type 6A, 1st issue, Big Green, signed H. Denning, prefix D/85, (prefix not listed in Jhun), tiny hole in center, folded, pencil writing on reverse, dirt marks, Fine+, rare. Estimate: ` 8,000-8,500 nd George V, Rupees 10, Type 7, 2 issue, Big blue, signed J. B. Taylor, prefix K/50 (Jhun# 7.2). Rubber stamp dated 24 March 32 on reverse, little yellowish, folded, Very fine. Estimate: ` 6,000-6,500 George V, Rupees 10, Type 8, 3rd issue, signed J. B. Taylor, prefix N/31, (prefix not listed in Jhun). Folded, small dirt spots on reverse as well on obverse, Very fine. Estimate: ` 5,000-5,500 George VI, Rupees 1 (3), Type 1 (2), signed C. E. Jones, prefix N/20 and T/73, serial number in black (Jhun# 1.1A) and Burma currency board, Type 13(1), signed C. E. Jones, prefix Q/36, serial number in Green (Jhun# 13.1). First 2 notes very fine+ and third note fine. 3 Notes. Estimate: ` 2,000-2,200 George VI, Rupees 5, Type 3, 1st issue, signed C. D. Deshmukh, prefix L/43 (Jhun# 3.2). Two thread hole, light fold from center, Very Fine. Estimate: ` 1,500-2,000 George VI, Rupees 5, consecutive 5 notes, Type 3, 1st issue, signed C. D. Deshmukh, prefix K/48, (Jhun# 3.2). Issued first from Delhi on June 1944. Usual pin hole, very light fold in center, nice crisp paper. Rare to get in consecutive serial. 5 Notes. Estimate: ` 7,500-8,000 nd George VI, Rupees 5, Type 4, 2 issue, front face, signed C. D. Deshmukh, prefix D/5 (Jhun# 4.1). Folded, holes, yellowish paper, Fine+. Estimate: ` 8,000-10,000 George VI, Rupees 5, Type 4, 2nd issue, signed C. D. Deshmukh, prefix B/20 (Jhun# 4.1). Usual pin hole and little dirt on both sides, nice paper, Very fine. Estimate: ` 5,000-6,000 George VI, Rupees 10 (2), Type 5, 1st Issue, signed J. B. Taylor, prefix G/72 & G/75 (Jhun# 5.1). Nice crisp paper, Very fine+ to extra fine. 2 Notes. Estimate: ` 3,000-3,500 George VI, Rupees 10, Type 5, 1st issue, signed C. D. Deshmukh, prefix H/96 (Jhun# 5.2). Graffiti, pen writing on water mark panel, folded, Fine+. Estimate: ` 1,000-1,500


Paper Money

430

BHUJ

Paper Money

438

431

439

434

443

437

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Paper Money 442

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George VI, Rupees 10, Type 6, 2nd Issue, signed C. D. Deshmukh, prefix K/5 (Jhun# 6.1). Usual pin hole, light fold in center, yellowish in watermark panel otherwise extra fine+.

Paper Money 447

Rupees 100 (6), Type 7.4, signed H. V. R. Iyengar (1), prefix AA/58 (Jhun# 7.4.1) and signed P C Bhattacharya (5), prefix AC/13, AC/11, AB/61, AB/33 & AB/50 (Jhun# 7.4.2). Fine+ to very fine. 6 Notes.

Estimate: ` 1,500-2,000 443

444

George VI, 100 Rupee, Type 7, Calcutta circle, signed J. B. Taylor, prefix A/31 (Jhun# 7.1B). Folded, holes, graffiti on reverse, Fine+.

448

Estimate: ` 13,000-15,000

449

George VI, Rupees 100, Type 7, Calcutta circle, signed C. D. Deshmukh, prefix B/22 (Jhun# 7.2D). Usual pin hole, light fold nice crisp paper, Extra fine+. Estimate: ` 17,000-18,000

445

Rupees 10 (6), Type 4.3, “RUPAYE”, signed H. V. R. Iyengar, inset A, prefix B/77, (Jhun# 4.3.3). All notes from same bundal, pair of 3 consecutive numbers, usual pin holes, About uncirculated. 6 Notes. Estimate: ` 1,500-1,700

446

Estimate: ` 3,500-4,000

Rupees 100, Type 7.3, “RUPAYE”, signed H. V. R. Iyengar, prefix AA/59 (Jhun# 7.3.2). Usual pin hole, 2 tiny hole in water mark panel, very light fold, nice crisp paper, Extra fine. Estimate: ` 2,500-3,000

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Rupee 500 (pack of 100 notes), H-4, signed C. Rangarajan. Uncirculated. 100 notes. Estimate: ` 53,000-55,000 Rupee 500 (pack of 100 notes), H-5, signed Bimal Jalan. Uncirculated. 100 notes. Estimate: ` 53,000-55,000

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Hyderabad, Rupees 5, Type 6, 2nd issue, signed Ghulam Muhammad, prefix PF (Jhun#6.3). Heavy folded, serval holes, dirt on both sides, Fine. Estimate: ` 1,700-2,000

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Indo French, 1 Rupee, Type 1, dated 8 September 1945, sign Emile Minost as President and Jean Laurent as Director Genral, (Jhun# 1.7a). Heavy folded, dirty, Fine. Estimate: ` 6,000-7,000

Seen you at next Oswal Mumbai Auction# 43 on 9th November, 2013

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Complete date wise collection of British India Silver coins (219), except 4 missing 1939 Rupee, 1880 and 1911-½ Rupee and 1880-¼ Rupee.

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Exceedingly rare date Victoria Queen, Silver ¼ Rupee, 1880, Calcutta Mint

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Statutory Note: Antiques over 100 years old cannot be taken out of India without the permission of the Director General, Archaeological Survey of India, Janpath, New Delhi 110011. Oswal Antiques offer Life-Time Guarantee of genuineness of items sold. Delivery against payments, Payments can be made by Cash, Cheque or Demand Draft (favouring OSWAL ANTIQUES payable at Mumbai). Money can be deposited directly in our ICICI A/c-003205004383, Dadar, Mumbai Branch. (Intimate us payment detail by phone, SMS or email about the same). Buyers are requested to please make sure of total bill amount including commission, taxes & shipping before making payment. * Indicates Exportable Items Currency of Sale: Indian Rupees Subject to Mumbai Jurisdiction The highest bidder of each lot shall be the buyer thereof. In the event of any dispute, the auctioneer shall have absolute discretion to determine the dispute and may put up again and re-sell the disputed lot. The auctioneer shall have absolute discretion to divide any lot, to combine any two or more lots, or to withdraw lots from the sale without giving any reason. The bidding shall be regulated at the absolute discretion of the auctioneer who shall have the right to refuse any bid/s. All lots are put up for sale subject to any reserve price that may be imposed by the seller. Bidding commissions for anyone unable to attend the auction in person may be carried out by the auctioneer without charge, but “buy” commissions will only be accepted if the auctioneer is given absolute discretion. The buyer of any lot shall immediately notify his name and address to the auctioneer and if required, (A) provide bank or other credit references; and (B) pay the full purchase price, or a fractional deposit as may be determined at the discretion of the auctioneer. Lots are sold as shown with all faults, imperfections and errors of description. Neither the auctioneer nor the seller shall give warranty to any buyer in respect of any lot, or be liable for any fault or error of description. All statements as to the items sold, whether made in catalogues, during the course of the auction, or otherwise, are statements of opinion only, and are not and shall not be taken to be statements or representations of fact. The auctioneer reserves the right in forming his opinion, to consult and rely upon any expert or authority considered by him reliable. Notwithstanding the forgoing, if any lot should have been wrongly described in any

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material aspect, the buyer may reject the same, provided that he shall have given notice of intention to do so and shall have returned the same to the auctioneer within seven (7) days from the day of the sale. Under no circumstances will the auctioneer be liable for any costs, expenses or damages incurred by the buyer in respect of any lot, including, but not limited to, loss of any kind of profit whatsoever. Bidders are advised to scrutinize the lots they bid for. The auctioneer acts solely as an agent and shall not be responsible for any default by either the buyer or the seller or for any action or claim which may arise in respect of any lot. Buyers must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of their purchases at the time of delivery. The auctioneer cannot be held responsible for any discrepancy which might be discovered after the lots have been removed from either the action room or the auctioneer's premises. The auctioneer will not hold himself responsible for the safe custody of any lots left for more than seven (7) working days after the date of sale, and reserves the right to charge storage and re-sell by auction or privately, and without notice to the buyer, any lots not removed from his premises within fourteen (14) days from the date of sale. Buyers shall not be entitled to remove lots from the auction room during the course of the auction. Each lot shall be at the buyer's risk from the fall of the hammer. Any part of the purchase price left outstanding after the action pursuant to Condition 5, shall be paid in full within seven (7) days of the date of auction. Without prejudice to any rights, the auctioneer reserves the right to charge interest on any overdue payment at the rate of 2 ½ % per month. A “Buyer's Premium” of 11.24 % (including Service Tax) is charged on the Hammer Price. By making a bid the buyer acknowledges his acceptance of these Conditions and shall be bound by them. These Conditions shall take effect and be construed in accordance with Indian law.

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AUCTIONEER OF COINS, BANK NOTES, STAMPS AND MEDALS

BHUJ

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Auction # 42 • Mumbai • Saturday, August 31, 2013 • 3:00 pm

Oswal Auction No. 42  

Oswal Auction No, 42, Mumbai.

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