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Oswal Antiques’

AUCTIONS Auctioneer of Coins, Bank Notes and Medals Antiques License No. 15

Auction No. 4 In Conjunction with

Ahmedabad Coin & Currency Fair Organized by the

Twins Stamp & Coins

On th

Friday, 14 August 2009 Gokul Ashtami, Sravana Vad 8, VS 2065; Jain Vir Samvat 2535

6.00 pm sharp

At

Hotel Comfort Inn President Celebration Hall, Opp. Municipal Market, C. G. Road, Ahmedabad

Shop No. 2, Chandra Mahal, St. Paul Street, Dadar, Hindmata, Mumbai 400014.India


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ANCIENT COINS

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Kunindas, Amoghbhuti, 2nd century BC, Copper, 12.71 g, deer/Lakshmi on obv and stupa with Standard and Tree symbols on rev. About Very Fine for the type, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

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Almora, Panchala-type, Agnimitra, c AD 100, Copper, 9.0 g, Karshapana, bold square punch on obv with three symbols and Brahmi legend agimitasa; railed tree on rev. About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,200

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Almora, Panchala-type, Agnimitra, Copper, 13.8 g, Karshapana, bold square punch on obv with three symbols and Brahmi legend agimitasa; railed tree on rev. Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,200

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Almora, Panchala-type, Suryamitra, Copper, Karshapana, bold square punch on obv with three symbols and Brahmi legend suyamitasa; railed tree on rev. About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 6,000-6,500

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Punch-marked Coins, Kuntala Janapada, 6 century BC, Silver, 6.66 g, pulley type with a big pullet-type symbol in the center. Uniface. With heavy patination on both the sides. Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 20,000-22,000 This is earliest coin of Western India including that of modern Gujarat State.

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Indo-Greeks, Apollodotus II, 1 century BC, Silver, 9.61 g, Tetradrachm, bust of the Emperor to right on with Greek legend around; Goddess on rev with Kharoshthi legend around. Slight encrustation on top edge otherwise Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 10,000-12,000

Indo-Greeks, Hippostratus I, 1st century BC, Silver, 9.30 g, Tetradrachm, bust of the Emperor to right on with Greek legend around; Horseman to right on rev with Kharoshthi legend around. Slight encrustation on top edge otherwise Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 13,000-15,000 3


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Andhra, Maharathis, Lead, 8.49 g, a bull standing to right with circular Brahmi legend on obv; a Chaitya and tree-in-railing on rev. Very Fine+ for the type, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-8,500

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Indo-Parthians, Gondophares?, Copper, bust of the ruler to left on obv; Goddess Nike to right with Kharoshthi legend around on rev. About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Satavahanas, Satavahana, Lead, 16.13 g, bull walking to right with Brahmi legend atop on obv; a tree symbol on rev. About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

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Satavahanas, Satavahana, Lead, Junnar-Lion type, a seated lion to left in front of a Yupa with Brahmi legend above on obv; an Ujjaiyini symbol on rev. Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-9,000 4

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Satavahanas, Satakarni, Lead, 9.94 g, Lioness type with a lioness standing to left with raised tail and Brahmi legend partially reading rajno sir‌, a tiny taurine on the back of the animal on obv; an Ujjayini symbol with a Swastika in its each orb on rev. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 1,500-2,000

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Kushanas, Kushano-Sassanian type, Gold, 7.88 g, Vasudeva, Shiva-Nandi on rev. broad, thin flan, Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 20,000-22,000

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Western Kshatrapas, Nahapana, 1 century AD, Lead, 7.60 g, Junnar-Lion type, a lion to left on obv with Brahmi legend above its back on obv; a thunder-bolt with an arrow on rev. A very important coin commemorating the victory of the Kshatrapas over the Satavahanas in the Junnar region of Maharashtra. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 3,500-4,000

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Western Kshatrapas, Chastana, Copper, Horse type, a horse standing to right on obv; Brahmi legend around central hill symbol on rev. Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 3,500-4,000

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HINDU COINS OF MEDIEVAL INDIA

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Western Kshatrapas, Jayadaman, Copper, Bull type, Brahmi legend arounf the usual Hill symbol on rev and a standing bull to right on obv, the ruler referred to as Kshatrapa. Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

Western Kshatrapas, Silver (8), Karshapana, various rulers and varieties including lakhi coins. Fine+ to About Very Fine, Scarce. 8 coins Estimate: Rs. 1,500-2,000

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Kalachuris of Kalyana, Bijjala, AD 1156-1168, Gold, Pagoda, bold central punch depicting Garuda running to right, holding a snake in its hand; four punches of a lion to right and four other punches of Kannada legend (Mitch# 279). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 14,000-15,000

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Paramaras of Malwa, Jagadeva, Gold, Pagoda, four punches on the uniface coin with the legend in Nagari reading jaga(ya)deva with one symbol resembling to a Shaiva temple. About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 9,000-10,000 For an updated account of these coins, refer the comprehensive article of Pankaj Ameta, Coins and Currency System of the Paramaras of Malwa, in the Nidhi, Vol. 2, 2007.

Guptas, Samudragupta, 4th century AD, Gold, Dinar, Standard type, king standing offering oblations to the fire-altar and holding a Standard in his left hand on obv; Goddess Lakshmi seated on a throne on rev. About Very Fine. Estimate: Rs. 17,000-17,500

Guptas, Chandragupta II, 4th century AD, Copper, 0.66 g, a purna-khumbha (auspicious Hindu Pot) on obv; Brahmi legend on rev reads Chandra. Western India issue with typical green patina on both the sides. Very Fine+ for the type, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,500

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Yadavas of Devagiri, Bhillam V, Gold, Padma Tanka, usual five punches with four underneath punches of a lion, similar to the ones found on the gold coins of the Chalukyas of Kalayana. Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 9,000-9,500

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Vijayanagara Empire, Achyutaraya, Gold, ½ Pagoda, Ganabheranda type with the mythical two-headed eagle holding two elephants in two of its beaks, and another two elephants in its legs and flying in the air. The depiction of the bird is fully documented on the coin and everything is in sharp details. Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,500


Malwa Sultanate

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Vijayanagara Empire, Copper (9), assorted lot of various Vijayanagara coins of different types and varieties in different denominations. Fine+ to Very Fine, Scarce. 9 coins Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,500

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Mahmud Shah, Gold, Tanka, Sikandar al sani legend, Hazrat Shadiabad Mint (Rajgor 3064; G&G M21). Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 21,000-21,500

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Ghiyas Shah, Gold, Square Tanka, mintless, AH 888 (Rajgor# 3123; G&GM# 66). Test marks, Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 20,000-22,000

SULTANATE COINS Delhi Sultanate

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Madura Sultans

Muhammad Shah II Khilji, Gold, Tanka, Darul-Islam Mint (G&GD# 220). Very Fine+. Estimate: Rs. 19,000-19,500

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Gujarat Sultanate

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Bahadur Shah, Silver, 1.16 g, 1/16 Tanka, AH 941 (Rajgor# 2316; G&GG# 356). Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 900-1,000

Ahsan Shah, Silver, 1/3 Tanka, AH 738, mintless (Rajgor# 2927; G&GMD 3). About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 1,000-1,500

MUGHAL COINS

Kashmir Sultanate

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Hussain Shah, Silver, Sasnu, Kashmir Mint (G&GK 121). Test marks, About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 1,500-2,000

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Babur, Silver, Shahrukhi, AH 93x, mint name is erased from the flan. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,200


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Humayun, Silver, Shahrukhi, mint name and date off flan on the coin as it is usual type with defaced sides. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,200

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Kamran, Silver, Shahrukhi, Qandhar Mint. Usual type with slight defacements near edges. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,200

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Akbar, Silver, Rupee, Ahmednagar Mint, Ilahi type, Tir Month, decorated field type (KM 93.3). Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,500

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Akbar, Silver, Rupee, Akbarnagar Mint, Ilahi type, Ilahi 50, Tir Month (KM 93.4). Complete mint name with deep striking, Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,500

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Akbar, Silver, Rupee, Qila Bandhu Mint (KM 96.1). Small dumpy flan type. Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 12,000-12,500

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Akbar, Silver, Rupee, Agra Mint, Ilahi type, Ialhi 50, Amardad month, 8-pointed star type (KM 95.1). Good, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-10,000

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Akbar, Silver (3), ½ Rupee, Ahmedabad Mint, Ilahi type, three different months Di, Aban and Azar. About Very fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 5,500-6,000

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Akbar, Silver, Rupee, Srinagar Mint, Ilahi 47, Aban month (KM 93.15). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,200

Akbar, Silver (12), Ahmedabad Mint, Ilahi type, Complete set of 12 different Ilahi months. Very Fine, Rare as a set. 12 coins Estimate: Rs. 12,000-12,500

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Akbar, Silver, Rupee, Square, Mintless type, Allahu Akbar on obv and jalejallahu on rev, Ilahi 33. Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,500

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Akbar, Gold, 11.93 g, Square, Heavy Mohur, Urdu Zafar Qarin Mint, Kalima type, AH Alif (1000). Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 30,000-32,000

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Jahangir, Silver, Heavy Rupee, 13.32 g, Lahore Mint, Ta Falak Couplet type, AH 1018/5 (KM 155.6). About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-9,000

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Jahangir, Silver, 13.36 g, Heavy Rupee, Kashmir Mint, Sakhat Noorani Couplet type, AH 1021 (KM 155.3). Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,500-4,000

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Jahangir, Silver, Zodiac Rupee, Taurus Sign, Ahmedabad Mint, AH 1027/13 (KM 150.4). Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000

Jahangir, Silver, Rupee, Jalnapur Mint, Kalima type, ND (KM 141.6). Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

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Jahangir, Silver, Zodiac Rupee, Leo Sign, Ahmedabad Mint, AH xxxx/13 (KM 150.11). Good, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 10,000-12,000

Jahangir, Silver, Rupee, Ahmedabad Mint, Kishwar Couplet type, AH 1027/12 (KM 149.3). Probably struck from Gold Mohur dies. Test marks, About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-6,000

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Jahangir, Silver, Zodiac Rupee, Cancer Sign, Ahmedabad Mint, AH 1027/13 (KM 150.9). Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 10,000-12,000

Akbar, Copper, ½ Dam, Kabul Mint, Ilahi 33. Fine+. Estimate: Rs. 800-1,000

Akbar, Copper (12), Dam, Lahore Mint, Set of 12 different Month issues, legend arrangement of variety C type. Fine to About Very Fine. Scarce as a set of 12. 12 coins Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,500

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Aurangzeb, Silver, 3.91 g, Dirham Sarai (Legal Dirham), Shahjahanabad Mint, AH 1093/25 (KM 308.2). The rare coin is enclosed in a loop making it difficult to extract from the pendant. About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-9,000

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Aurangzeb, Silver, 1.36 g, 1/8 Nisar, Shahjahanadbad Mint. Patinated, Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 12,000-15,000

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Aurangzeb, Silver, 0.50 g, 1/32 Rupee, probably Burhanpur Mint. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

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Azam Shah, Silver, Rupee, Khujista Bunyad mint, AH 1119/Ahad, Daulat wa Jah Couplet type, mint name at bottom on rev (KM 332.4) . Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000

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Shah Alam I, Silver, Rupee, Nusratabad mint, AH 1121 (KM 348.30). Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

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Farrukhsiyar, Silver, Rupee, Islamabad mint, RY 7 (KM 377.33). Test marks, About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

Jahangir, Silver, Zodiac Rupee, Gemini Sign, Ahmedabad Mint, AH 1027/xx (KM 150.6). Good, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 30,000-35,000

Nur Jahan, Copper, 16.14 g, Dam, Qandhar Mint, AH 1037/22. About Very Fine, probably Unpublished, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,500-5,000

Murad Baksh, Silver, Rupee, Ahmedabad Mint, square area type (KM 272.1). A small corrosion on rev, About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

Aurangzeb, Gold, Mohur, Akbarabad, Mustaqir ul-Khilafat mint, RY 32. Very Fine. Estimate: Rs. 20,000-22,000

Aurangzeb, Silver, Rupee, Hukeri mint, AH 1110/49 (KM 300-33). Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500 9


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Tanjore issues, Gold, 0.38 g, Fanam, a Nag (snake) on the obv; crude legend, kille venkatagiri on rev. Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,500

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Tanjore, Debased Silver, 4.72 g, Maha/raj on obv and Mudra on rev. Fine+, Unpublished, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 12,000-13,000

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Saharanpur, Copper (2), Paisa, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1215/42 and 1217/44. Very Fine, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: Rs. 1,500-1,600

Farrukhsiyar, Silver, ½ Rupee, Akbarnagar Mint, RY 26. Fine+, Unpublished, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 6,000-6,500

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Muhammad Shah, Copper, Dam, Multan Mint. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 1,200-1,500

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Ahmad Shah Bahadur, Silver, Rupee, Kalpi Mint, AH 1164/4 (KM 446.41). Very Fine+, Scarce. Probably a Maratha issue. Estimate: Rs. 1,200-1,500

Mysore

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Silver, Rupee, Shahjahanabad Mint, Mule Rupee with rev of two different dates, RY 12 & 24. Test marks, Very Fine, Unusual, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

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Haider Ali, Gold, Pagoda, Shiva-Parvati type and Persian he on rev (KM 15). About Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 5,500-6,000

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Tipu Sultan, Silver, Double Rupee, Patan Mint, AH 1199/3. Rosette-field type (KM 127). About Extremely Fine, Very Rare Estimate: Rs. 60,000-65,000

COINS OF INDEPENDENT KINGDOMS Marathas

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Nasik Rupee, in the name of Alamgir II, Silver, Rupee, Gulshanabad Mint, ND (KM 460.27). Bow and Arrow as mint marks on rev, and is the earliest type issued by the Marathas at Nasik. About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000 10


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Arkot 77 Silver, Rupee, Arkat Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, RY 12, Trident as mint mark on rev (KM 53). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 1,000-1,200

Tipu Sultan, Silver, Rupee, Patan Mint, AM 1216/6 (KM 126). Very Fine+, Rare Estimate: Rs. 1,200-1,500

Rohillas

Assam 78 Gadadhar Simha, Silver, Rupee, Ahom legend type (KM 32). Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 3,500-3,700

74 Alinagar Mint, Silver, Rupee, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 119x/2. Uncleaned with soil, Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,500

COINS OF PRINCELY STATES OF INDIA Awadh 79 Ghazi-ud-din Haider Shah, Silver, ¼ Rupee, RY 2, Lucknow mint (KM 37). About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 3,200-3,500

Alwar & Bikaner 75 Alwar (3) Silver, Rupee, Mangal Singh, with the name of Victoria Empress, 1882 (2) and 1877, Bombay Mint; Bikaner, Rupee (3), Ganga Singh, with the name of Victoria Empress, Bombay Mint, 1892 (2), 1897. Fine to Very Fine. 6 coins Estimate: Rs. 7,500-8,000

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Alwar & Kota 76 Alwar (5), Silver (4), Rupee, Rajgarh Mint, Copper, Paisa; Kota (5), Silver, Rupee; Copper (4), Paisa. Fine+ to Very Fine. 10 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

Wajid Ali Shah, Silver, Rupee, Lucknow Mint, AH 1272/10, mint name variety VI (KM 118.3). Broad Nazarana flan type, About Extremely Fine, Rare in this condition. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-8,500

Baroda 81 Silver (4), Set of 4: Rupee, ½, ¼ and 1/8 Rupee. Various rulers and varieties. Very fine, Scarce as a set. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000 11


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Bundi 87 Ram Singh, Silver (3), Rupee, ¼ Rupee (2), 1964, 1963 and 1962. Very Fine+, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

Khande Rao, Silver, Nazarana Rupee, Baroda Mint, AH 1287, Kahnde Rao type (KM 14.1). Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-6,000

Dholpur 88 Dholpur Mint, Silver, Rupee, in the name of Muhammad Akbar II, Pistol as mint mark, AH 1218/19 and retrograde 9 in 19 on rev (KM 12.2). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

Sayaji Rao III, Silver, Rupee, Small Flan type, VS 1956 (KM 36a). A Very Rare date, Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000

Hyderabad 89* Mir Mahbub Ali Khan II, Gold, Ashrafi, AH 1311/27 (KM 33). About Extremely Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 70,000-75,000

Sayaji Rao III, Silver (4), Set of 4; Rupee, ½ Rupee, 4 and 2 Annas. Various dates. Very Fine+, Rare as a set. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 8,500-9,000

Banswada 85 Anonymous, Silver (4), Rupee, ½, ¼ and 1/8 Rupee. Very Fine, Scarce as a set. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 5,000-6,000

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Bharatpur 86 Jaswant Singh, Silver, Rupee, with the name of Queen Victoria, VS 1917 (KM 166). Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 3,500-3,700

Mir Mahbub Ali Khan II, Gold (4), Set of 4: Ashrafi, ½, ¼ and 1/8 Ashrafi, Char Minar type. All About UNC, Very Rare as a set. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 80,000-85,000

Indore 91 Tukoji Rao II, Silver, Mudra, VS 1780, Sun face type (KM 15). Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000 12


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Shivaji Rao, Copper (3), ½ Paisa, three varieties: ½ Dheleka Paisa, 1944; ½ Paisa, 1944; and ½ Paisa, 1946. Very Fine+, Rare as a set. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,500

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Mughal Issue, Silver, Nazarana Rupee, in the name of Muhammad Akbar II, Sawai Jaipur Mint, AH 1248/27. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 6,000-6,500

Jaipur 93* Man Singh II, Gold, Mohur, with the name of George V, ND, 28 (KM 200). About Extremely Fine. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000

Jhabua 99 Copper (26), Paisa. Anonymous, numerous types and varieties. Fine+ to About Very Fine. An interesting group of 26 Jhabua coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Silver (12), Rupee (9), ¼ Rupee (2), and 1/8 Rupee (1). Various types and varieties. Very Fine. 12 coins Estimate: Rs. 6,000-6,500

Jodhpur 100 Takhat Singh, Gold, Mohur, with the name of Queen Victoria, VS 1926 (cf KM 196.1). Broad flan, About Extremely Fine. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000

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Silver (3), ¼ Rupee (2), and 1/8 Rupee, with the name of Queen Victoria. Fine+ to Very Fine. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

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Silver, Rupee, in the name of Shah Alam II, Sawai Jaipur Mint, RY 9, with a new and unusual mint mark on rev. Very Fine, scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

Junagadh 101 Anonymous, Silver, Diwanshai Kori, with the frozen name of Gujarat Sultan Muzaffar Shah III and frozen date AH 978; with Nagari legend Shri Diwan. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,500

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Man Singh II, Silver, Nazarana Rupee, with the name of George VI, AD 1938/20. Very Fine+. Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-10,000

Kutch 102 Lakhpatji, Copper, Dokdo, with the name of Mahmud bin Latif of Gujarat Sultanate. Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 1,000-1,200 13


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Silver (24), Kori (18), and ½ Kori (6). Numerous rulers, types and dates, including one Jay Hind Kori. Fine+ to Very Fine. 24 coins Estimate: Rs. 7,500-8,000

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Pragmalji II, Gold, Kori, with the name of Queen Victoria, VS 1921, AD 1863, Bhuj Mint. About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 13,000-14,000

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Silver (4), 2-½ Kori, Pragmalji II and Khengarji III. Different dates: 1931-1875; 1932-1875; 1954-1897; and 1993-1936 of Edward VIII. Very Fine. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Silver (7), 5 Koris, Pragmalji II and Khengarji III. Different dates: 1921-1865; 1922-1866; 1933-1876; 1937-1881; 1954-1898; 1974-1917; and 1975-1919. Very Fine. 7 coins Estimate: Rs. 6,000-6,500

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Pragmalji III, Silver (3), 5 Kori, set of 1936: George V, Edward VIII and George VI. Very Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

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Copper (30): Trambiyo (5); Dokdo (5); 1-½ Dokdo (5); 3 Dokda (7); Dhinglo (1); Dhabu (3); Paylo (2); and Adhiyo (2). Various rulers, types and dates. Fine to Very Fine. 30 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,500-3,000

110* Madansinghji, Silver, 5 Kori, Jai Hind type, VS 2004 (1948) with the word Jai Hind, a salutation to the newly independent India that has never appeared on any coins of the republic of India! Very Fine+, Extremely Rare. Estimate: Rs. 40,000-45,000

111* Madansinghji, Gold (2): Set of 2: 5 Kori and Kori, VS 2004, with the words Jai Hind written on the rev, celebrating the merger of Kutch State into the newly found Union of India. UNC, Extremely Rare. 2 coins Estimate: Rs. 1,40,000-1,50,000

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Lunawada 112 Copper (17), Paisa, various types and varieties. Fine to About Very Fine. Attractive group of 17 coins. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

Silver (32), 5 Kori (7); 2-½ Kori (3); Kori (19); and ½ Kori (3). Various rulers, types and dates. Fine+ to Very Fine. 32 coins Estimate: Rs. 7,500-8,000 14


Sunth (Rampur) 118 Copper (17), assorted lot mostly of Sunth, Paisa and some fractions. Numerous varieties. Fine+. 17 coins Estimate: Rs. 1,500-2,000

Mewar 113 Gold, 7.58 g, 2/3 Mohur, Udaipur Mint (Y 6). About Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 22,000-23,000

Travancore 119 Rama Varma IV, Silver, Velly Fanam, dump issue, ND (1860-61), KM 22). About Extremely Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,200

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Fateh Singh, Silver (5), Set of 5 coins: Rupee, ½, ¼, 1/8 and 1/16 Rupee, Calcutta Mint, 1931-32, milled, Dosti Londhon type. About Extremely Fine. 5 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Silver (5), Set of 5 coins: Rupee, ½, ¼, 1/8 and 1/16 Rupee, Dosti Londhon type, hand-struck issues. About Very Fine. 5 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

Silver (12), milled issues, ½ Rupee (5), ¼ Rupee (1); 1 Fanam (5), and 2 Chukrams (1). Fine+ to Very Fine+. 12 coins Estimate: Rs. 6,000-6,500

Mysore 116 Gold, Pagoda, with the figure of Hindu God Shiva-Parvati on obv, Nagari legend citing the name of Vijayanagara Emperor Krishnadeva Raya on rev. About UNC. Estimate: Rs. 5,500-6,000

Tripura 121 Vira Vikrama Kishore Manikya, Silver, Rupee, TE 1341 (KM 409). About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,500-6,000

Nawanagar 117 Jam Vibhaji, Silver (2), 5 Kori, VS 1949, 1950. Very Fine, Rare. 2 coins Estimate: Rs. 5,000-6,000

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Vira Kishore Deb Barman, Silver, Rupee, portrait of the Maharaja on obv and lion rampant to left on rev, SE 1337. Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,500-5,000


Mixed Lots 123 Copper (2), Nahan and Sirmur?, Paisa. About Very Fine. 2 coins Estimate: Rs. 1,800-2,000 124

Copper (4), Chhota Udaipur (2), paisa and Double Paisa; and Nawanagar (2), 2 and 3 Dokda. About Very Fine. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Copper (42): Cambay (10); Junagadh (18); Nawanagar (11); and Bhavnagar (3). Various denominations, types and dates. Fine+ to Very Fine. 42 coins Estimate: Rs. 3,500-4,000

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Goa, John IV, Silver, Xerafim, 1652 (KM 73). About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,500

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Goa, Pedro V, Silver, Rupia, 1861. Very Fine+ for the type, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,500

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Goa, Copper (2), ½ Tanga, APT type, Miguel, ND (KM 249). Very Fine for the type, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,200

MODERN COINS Indo-Portuguese

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Daman & Bassein, Lead, 20.34 g, usual Cross on obv, Crown and initials D & B on rev. About Extremely Fine for the type. Not listed in KM, Unpublished, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 13,000-15,000

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Murshidabad Mint, Gold, 1/16 Mohur, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1202/19, with dotted borders. Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 28,000-29,000 Murshidabad Mint, Silver, 1/16 Rupee, in the name of Shah Alam II, RY 12. Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,200

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Diu, Zinc, 20 Bazarucos, 1868 (KM 58). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Diu, Lead, 20 Bazarucos, 1800. About Very Fine for the type, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Bombay Mohur, Surat Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, RY 46, a small crown as a mint mark on obv. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 21,000-22,000


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Set of 1825: Silver (2), Rupee and ½ Rupee, 1825 inscribed in a tablet on rev, in the name of Shah Alam II (KM 217.1, 218.2). Fine to About Very Fine, Rare. 2 coins Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,500

Gold Gilt Copper, Double Pice, 1804, AH 1219 (KM 206). UNC, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 55,000-57,000

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Tin, 33.06 g, Double Pice or 8 Reas or ½ Anna, BOMB below a large crown on obv; legend AUSPCIO/REGIS ET/SENATUS/ANGLIAR on rev (KM 157.2). About Extremely Fine for the type, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 58,000-60,000

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Surat Mint, Silver (3), Rupee, ½ and ¼ Rupee, minted at Bombay Mint, in the name of Shah Alam II, AH 1215/46, machine struck, milled. Very Fine. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,200

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Gold, 3-Svami Pagoda, Standing Tirupati Balaji with two wives on either side, Granulated rev. ND, 1740-1807 issue (KM 304). About UNC, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,200

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Gold Gilt Copper, 1/48 Rupee, 1797 (KM 398). Minted at Soho, Birmingham Mint. PR 63, packed in the plastic slab of PCGS, Extremely Rare. Estimate: Rs. 75,000-77,000

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Copper, 1/48 Rupee, 1797 (KM 394). Minted at Soho, Birmingham Mint. About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,500-6,000

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Copper, 1/96 Rupee, 1797 (KM). Minted at Soho, Birmingham Mint. About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,500

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Quarter Pagoda, Standing Vishnu type, ND, 1808-1815 issue with 9 stars on either side of Gopuram on obv (KM 352.2). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 4,500-5,000

East India Company Madras Presidency

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Gold, 3-Svami Pagoda, Standing Tirupati Balaji with two wives on either side, Granulated rev. ND, 1740-1807 issue (KM 304). Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,200 17


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Copper, 2-½ Cash, ND, 1807 issues (cf KM 328). About Very Fine+ for the type, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Victoria Empress, Gold, Paisa Mohur, 1882. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 65,000-70,000

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Victoria, Silver (2), ½ Rupee 1862 and 1892. Very Fine+, Scarce. 2 coins Estimate: Rs. 7,500-8,000

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Victoria Empress, Silver (4), Set of 4: Rupee, ½ Rupee, ¼ Rupee and 2 Annas. Fine+ to About Very Fine, Scarce. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Edward VII, Silver (4), Set of 4: Rupee, ½ Rupee, ¼ Rupee and 2 Annas. Extremely Fine, Scarce. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

William IV, Silver (3), Set of 3: Rupee, ½ Rupee and ¼ Rupee, 1835, F incused. About Very Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 7,500-8,000

Victoria Queen, Gold, Khajuri Mohur, 1841, ww incused type, Divided legend. About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 75,000-80,000

Victoria Queen, Silver, Rupee of 1862, 5 Panel variety without any Dots or below the date. About Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-9,000

154* George V, Silver, Rupee, Lakhi of obv type. About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 6,000-6,500 155* George V, Silver, Rupee, Pig Rupee of 1911. About UNC, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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156* George V, Silver (3), Rupee, 1911 Pig Rupee, 1922 (2). Very Fine to About Extremely Fine, Scarce. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 4,500-5,000

Victoria Queen, Silver, Rupee, Lakhi of obv type. Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 7,000-8,000 18


157* George VI, Iron (3), Rupee, ½ and ¼ Rupee, 1947, Bombay Mint with Diamond Mint mark below date on rev (KM 559, 553, and 548). All Proof, Rare as a Set. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 40,000-45,000

161* UNC Set of Mahatma Gandhi, 1969, 20 & 50 Paise; 1 Rupee and 10 Rupees. Packed in green diary with literature. Rare. Estimate: Rs. 2,500-2,700

COINS OF REPUBLIC OF INDIA

162* Proof Set of 1973, Bombay mint, Grow More Food issues of 10 coins set type. In plastic casing with a crack on either side. Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,500

158* 2 Annas, Nickel, 1955, Bombay Mint, bull walking to left. Minor dents on face otherwise About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-8,500 159* UNC Commemorative Issues: 1973, Grow More Food, Rs. 10 & 20; 1977, Save for Development, Rs. 10 & 50; 1985, Indira Gandhi, R. 20 & 100; and 1987, Small Farmers, Rs. Rs. 20 & 100. All UNC. 8 coins Estimate: Rs. 8,500-9,000

163* Proof Set of 1974, Bombay mint, Planned families: Food for All issues of 10 coins set type. In plastic casing. Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,500

160* UNC Set of 1962: 1 Pice, 2, 5, 10, 25 & 50 paise, and 1 Rupee, Bombay and Hyderabad mints. All UNC, entitled DECIMAL COINS SET. Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 40,000-42,000

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165* UNC Set of 1985, Indira Gandhi, Rs. 20 & 100, Bombay Mint. Packed in plastic casing. The outer paper wrapping is mutilated. Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,500

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German East Africa, Silver (4), Complete set of 4: Double Rupee, Rupee (1913), ½ (1904) and 1/8 Rupee. Very Fine+, Rare as a set. 4 coins Estimate: Rs. 25,000-26,000

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Iran, Gold (2), Tankas, 4.56 and 4.90 g. Fine+ to About Very Fine. 2 coins Estimate: Rs. 12,000-13,000

FOREIGN COINS

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Romans, Trojan, Gold, portrait of the Emperor to right on obv; Goddess to right on rev. About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 60,000-65,000 172* Jamaika, Silver, 210 g, $ 25, 1969-1979, commemorating the 10th Anniversary of the Investiture of Charles, the Prince of Wales. Proof, in original box. Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-8,500

The finding of Roman gold coins within India indicate the maritime trade between India and Rome.

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Afghanistan, Durranis, Silver, Double Rupee, Kabul Mint, RY 6. Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 10,000-12,000

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Arakan, Thado (AD 1645-1652), Silver, Tanka, BE 1007. Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,500

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German East Africa, Copper, 5 Heller, 1909 J (KM 11). About Very Fine, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,200 20

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Mombasa, Silver, Rupee, 1888 H. Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 2,000-2,500

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Portugal, Maria, Gold, 14.06 g, 1795 R. Ex mount, popularly known as Khursat. About Very Fine. Estimate: Rs. 25,000-26,000


175* Somalia Italia, Silver, Una (1) Rupia, 1910. About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 3,000-3,500

MEDALS

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Victoria, Miniature Medals of C.I.E in Gold and enamel and decoration of the Order of the Saint John in Silver and enamel. With ribbon and mounted as worn. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 17,000-18,000

180 United Kingdom, George III, Copper (3), Cart Wheel Penny, 1797. About Very Fine, Rare. 3 coins Estimate: Rs. 7,500-8,000

Victoria, Silver, Indian Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. Awarded to 1987 Dafadar Balwant Kapurthala camel Corps. A Very Rare Regiment. With loose ribbon. Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000

178* United Kingdom, Gold Proof Four-Coin Sovereign Collection, 2006, 5 Pounds, 39.94 g; Double Sovereign, 15.97 g; Sovereign, 7.98 g; and ½ Sovereign, 3.99 g. In original Box with the certificate with serial number of the set as 0796. Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 1,30,000-1,40,000

181* George V, Silver, Military Medal, Awarded for Bravery in the Field, to 15839 Pte H C Spencer, 93 L.T.M.B. With ribbon. About Extremely Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 27,000-30,000

176* South Africa, Silver, 32.69 g, 1 Rand, Mahatma Gandhi issue of Protea Series, 2008. Proof, This Limited edition coin series was minted with only 6000 coins and this particular coin is numbered 2291. With original box and literature. The coin commemorates the early life of Mahatma Gandhi, depicting his four profiles and his autograph. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-5,000

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182* George V, Silver, Indian Distinguished Service Medal, Awarded o 2477 DFDR Labh Singh, 21 C I H (Central India Horse), Awarded to a Cavalry. Very Fine+. Estimate: Rs. 77,000-80,000 183

Viceroy Medal of Lord Dufferin, Pattern, Bronze, Presentation Medal, shield and arms of Lord Dufferin on obv; Lord Dufferin's orders of Chivalry on rev (Pudd# 884.1.2). Extremely Fine. The Medal is extremely Rare as only about half a dozen are known in public. Awarded to Colonel of the Royal North Down Rifle in 1894. Estimate: Rs. 35,000-40,000

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Edward VII, Peweter, Commemorative medal of Albert Edward, the Prince of Wales. About Extremely Fine. Estimate: Rs. 1,000-1,200

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Legion D' Honour Medal in Gold, Silver and Enamel. Awarded to Indian Army Personnel in World War I by the French Government. With original ribbon, Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-9,000 Jerusalem Medal of St. John, Silver and Enamel, Awarded to the Indians in World Wars I & II for medical services. Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 6,000-7,000

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Baroda, Silver, Hind Vijay Gymkhana Medal, awarded for the First Award in Long Jump in VS 1951. With suspension. Very Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 5,000-5,500

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Baroda, Sayaji Rao III, Lead Plaque with the portrait of the Maharaja to left. Unawarded with blanks in “Awarded to ‌ / For Merit. Uniface. About extremely Fine Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 25,000-30,000 Junagadh, Bronze, Agricultural and Industrial Exhibition Medal, 1917 with the scenes of Junagadh Hills and Fort with maritime boats and wild life, etc in the centre. Unawarded. Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,500

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Kapurthala, Silver, Jagatjit Singh, highly decorated bust of the Maharaja in centre on obv; Persian legend with Awarded to in centre with engraved bane of the recipient, Gyani hara Singh / 1941. With original ribbon, Extremely Fine with original box, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 15,000-16,000

PAPER MONEY British India Portrait Notes of George V 191* Re. 1, sign M M S Gubbay, Gujarati variety Rupayo (Jhun# 1.1A). About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 10,000-12,000 192* Re. 1, sign H Dennning, Gujarati variety Rupio (Jhun# 1.1B). About UNC, Extremely Rare. Estimate: Rs. 50,000-55,000 193* Re. 1, sign A C MacWatters, Watermark Variety A (Jhun# 1.2A). About Very Fine, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 12,000-15,000 23


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194* Re. 1, sign A C MacWatters, Watermark Variety A (Jhun# 1.2A). About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 12,000-13,000 195* Re. 1 (9), 2nd issue of 1940 (1935 on the Coin on the Note), sign J W Kelly (Jhun# 2.1A, B, and C). Good to Fine+, Scarce. 9 notes Estimate: Rs. 13,000-15,000 196* Rs. 2 ½ (Rupees 2 Annas 8), sign M M S Gubbay, Prefix C for Calcutta Circle of issue (Jhun# 3.1C). Usual pin holes, folded, About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 1,80,000-2,00,000 197* Rs. 2 ½ (Rupees 2 Annas 8), sign M M S Gubbay, Prefix R for Rangoon Circle of issue (Jhun# 3.1G). Usual pin holes, but otherwise About Extremely Fine, Exceedingly Rare. Estimate: Rs. 3,50,000-3,60,000 198* Rs. 5, multi colour variety, Big issue; Sign J B Taylor, Watermark Variety A (Jhun# 4.1A). Some stain marks, pin holes, folded, About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-9,000 199

Rs. 5, multi colour variety, Big issue, Sign H Denning, Watermark Variety A (Jhun# 4.1A). A U-pin mark on the top-left corner, pin holes with a minor hole, folded, About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-9,000

200* Rs. 5, multi colour variety, Small issue, Sign J B Taylor, thick paper type (Jhun# 5.1B). Some stain marks, pin holes, folded, About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 14,000-15,000 201* Rs. 5, multi colour variety, Small issue, Sign J W Kelly (Jhun# 5.2). Pin holes, folded, About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 14,000-15,000 st

202* Rs. 10, multi-colour, Big issue, sign H Denning, 1 issue, serial numbers on upper-left and bottom-right corners (Jhun# 6A.2). About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 18,000-20,000 203* Rs. 10, multi colour variety, Big issue, Sign H Denning, serial numbers in Upper Right & Lower Left variety (Jhun# 6B.1). A u-pin mark on the top left corner, folded, About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 12,000-13,000 nd

204* Rs. 10, Big Blue variety, sign J B Taylor, 2 issue of 1925, (Jhun# 7.2). Folded, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 13,000-15,000 nd

205* Rs. 10 (2), Big Blue variety, sign J B Taylor, 2 issue of 1925, (Jhun# 7.2). Folded, with graffiti and rubber stamps impressions, Very Rare. 2 notes Estimate: Rs. 15,000-17,000

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206* Rs. 10 (2), Small Blue variety, sign J W Kelly, 3rd issue of 1933, (Jhun# 8.1B). Folded, pin holes, Rare. 2 notes Estimate: Rs. 14,000-15,000 rd

207* Rs. 10, Small Blue variety, sign J W Kelly, 3 issue of 1933, (Jhun# 8.1B). Folded, pin holes, About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 14,000-15,000

Portrait Notes of George VI 208* Rs. 2 (6), sign C D Deshmukh, Black Serial numbers (Jhun# 2.2). Good to Fine+, Rare. 6 notes Estimate: Rs. 20,000-22,000 209* Rs. 5, multi-colour variety, Sign J B Taylor, paper type (Jhun# 3.1). About UNC, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 6,000-7,000 st

210* 5 Rupees, sign J.B. Taylor (19) and C D Deshmukh (10), 1 Issue of 1944, profile Head type (Jhun 31, 3.2). Fine to Very Fine+, Scarce. 29 notes Estimate: Rs. 40,000-42,000 st

211* 10 Rupees, sign J.B. Taylor (7) and C D Deshmukh (1), 1 Issue of 1944, profile Head type (Jhun 5.1 & 5.2). Fine to Very Fine, Scarce. 8 notes Estimate: Rs. 15,000-16,000 nd

212* 10 Rupees (9), sign C D Deshmukh, 2 issue of 1944, Facing Head type (Jhun# 6.1). Fine+ to Very Fine, Scarce. 9 notes. Estimate: Rs. 12,000-13,000 213

Rs. 100, Sign C D Deshmukh, Delhi Circle, Profile Head as Watermark (Jhun# 7.2G). Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 70,000-75,000

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Rs. 100, Sign C D Deshmukh, Madras Circle, Profile Head as Watermark (Jhun# 7.2N). Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 65,000-70,000

Princely States 215* Dhrangadhra, Rs. 5, dated 1st May 1918, signed by the Diwan and the Maharaja of the State. About Extremely Fine for the type, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 15,000-16,000 216* Hyderabad, Re. 1 (23), Hyderabad Prison Print with Promise Text, 4 different signatures and all different Prefix numbers (Jhun# 2). Fine+ to Very Fine+, Scarce. 23 notes Estimate: Rs. 37,000-38,000 217* Hyderabad, Rs. 5 (8), 2nd issue printed at Nasik Press, AH 1345-46 (Jhun# 6). All are UNC except a few stain marks at the bottom-right corner. 8 notes and all are in consecutive serial numbers. Estimate: Rs. 28,000-30,000 218* Hyderabad, Rs. 10 (2), sign. Mehdi Yar Jung, 2nd issue, Nasik Press Print, issued in Fasli 1345-46 (Jhun# 9.2). About Fine+ 2 notes Estimate: Rs. 4,000-4,500 27


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219* ¼ Rupia, Nova Goa, Green Seal, issue dated 1 October 1917. About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-10,000 220* ½ Rupia, 1917 issue, Red Seal on obv (Jhun 10). Fine+, Rare. Estimate: Rs. 6,000-7,000 221* ½ Rupia, Nova Goa, Red Seal, dated 1st October 1917. Very Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 8,000-10,000 222* Re. 1, Banco Nacional Ultramarino issue of 1929, Red Serial numbers (Jhun# 21.1). Some stains, Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 10,000-12,000 223* Escudos 30, 60 & 100, Banco Nacional Ultramarion issues of 1959. Fine+ to Very Fine, Very Rare. 3 notes Estimate: Rs. 15,000-16,000

Indo-French 224* Re. 1, Pondicherry, issue of 1945. About Very Fine, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 12,000-15,000

Cash Coupon 225* Balvan, Cash Coupons (3), ¼ Anna, 1 Anna and 4 Anna. Circular coupons with name of the denomination and Treasury instructions on rev. Very Fine, Scarce. 3 coupons. Estimate: Rs. 2,200-2,500 226* Navalgadh, Cash Coupon, 8 Annas, Serial No. 160, rubber stamp impression to validate the coupon. Very Fine+, Scarce. Estimate: Rs. 1,800-2,000 227* Navalgadh, Cash Coupons (3), 1 paisa, 1 Anna and 4 Anna. Circular coupons with rubber stamp impressions on rev. Very Fine+, Scarce. 3 coupons. Estimate: Rs. 2,200-2,500

Republic of India 228* Rs. 5 (3), 2nd issue of September 1947, Front Facing, C D Deshmukh, Black Serial Numbers (Jhun# 4.1). Nearly Extremely Fine, Very Rare. 3 notes Estimate: Rs. 20,000-22,000 229* George VI, Rs. 5, 2nd issue of 1957, Front Facing, C D Deshmukh, Red Serial numbers. About UNC, Extremely Rare. Estimate: Rs. 20,000-22,000 230* Rs. 1000, sign B Ramarao, Rupaya type, Bombay Circle. Pin holes, folded, rubber stamp marks on rev. Fine+, Very Rare. Estimate: Rs. 10,000-12,000 29


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231* Persian Gulf Issues, Set of 3: Re 1, Rs. 5 and 10. All About Extremely Fine, Rare as a set. 3 notes Estimate: Rs. 50,000-55,000

Foreign Notes 232* Tibet, Srang 100, 1939-43 Issue (KM 8-11). About Very Fine. Estimate: Rs. 1,000-1,200 233* Burma, George VI, Re. 1 (2), sign C E Jones, Burma Currency Board; Republic of India, Persian Gulf issue, Re. 1, sign A K Roy, with inset B. Fine+ to About Very Fine, Scarce. 3 notes Estimate: Rs. 5,500-6,000 nd

234* Burma, George VI, Rs. 10, Sign C D Deshmukh, 2 issue of 1944, Burma Currency Board (2); and Military administration of Burma (2), Facing Head type (Jhun# 15.1; 11B.1). Fine to About Very Fine, Scarce. 4 notes Estimate: Rs. 7,000-8,000 235* Burma, Rs. 5 & Rs. 100, George VI, sign J B Taylor, Peacock type (Jhun# 4.1; 6.1). The first is About Very Fine; the second is Fine+, Very Rare. 2 notes Estimate: Rs. 37,000-40,000 See You at Next Oswal Auction No. 5 on 10th September at Sunderbai Hall, Mumbai ‌

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