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Medieval India

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  • KRISHNA DEVA RAYA Vijaynagara feudatory Nayakas of Chitradurga gold pagoda, 3.4 grams

    The coin is Known as Durgi Pagoda. The Portrait is of Krishna, but as the prototype model degenerated in the feudatory issues, The portrait looks more familiar with Godess Durga. Hence the name “Durgi Pagoda”.

    26,500.00 incl. GST
  • Hindushahi dynasties of Ohind, Top condition, Samantadeva

    Hindushahi dynasties of Ohind, Top condition, Samantadeva

    650.00 incl. GST
  • Hindushahi dynasties of Ohind, Top condition, Samantadeva

    Hindushahi dynasties of Ohind, Top condition

    700.00 incl. GST
  • Vijayanagar, Tuluva Dynasty, Krishna Devaraya Bull Kasu (2805)

    Vijayanagar Empire, Tuluva Dynasty, Krishna Devaraya Copper Kasu.

    • Year: 1509-1529
    • Value: 1 Kasu
    • Composition: Copper
    • Obv: Bull to left with crescent moon & sun above, dagger in front
    • Rev: A sword in between discus and conch ,Kannada legend Sri Krishna Raya
    525.00 incl. GST
  • Madurai Nayak copper Kasu Vishnu (2806)

    Madurai Nayak copper Kasu Vishnu

    • Obv: Venkateshwara (Vishnu) standing under an arch
    • Rev: Legend in Kannada script
    473.00 incl. GST
  • Madurai Nayak Copper Kasu (2807)

    The Madurai Nayaks were Telugu rulers from around 1529 AD until 1736 AD, of a region comprising most of modern-day Tamil Nadu, India, with Madurai as their capital. The Nayak reign was an era noted for its achievement in arts, cultural and administrative reforms, revitalization of temples previously ransacked by the Delhi Sultans, and inauguration of a unique architectural style.

    Some early Madurai Nayaka coins portray the figure of the king. The bull also is seen frequently on the Madurai Nayak coins. Chokkanatha Nayak, one of the last rulers of the dynasty, issued coins displaying various animals, such as the bear, elephant and lion. He also issued coins featuring Hanuman and Garuda. The inscriptions on the Nayak coins are in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Nagari scripts.

    368.00 incl. GST
  • Vijayanagar, Tuluva Dynasty, Krishna Devaraya Bull Kasu (2808)

    Vijayanagar Empire, Tuluva Dynasty, Krishna Devaraya Copper Kasu.

    • Year: 1509-1529
    • Value: 1 Kasu
    • Composition: Copper
    • Obv: Bull to left with crescent moon & sun above, dagger in front
    • Rev: A sword in between discus and conch ,Kannada legend Sri Krishna Raya
    368.00 incl. GST
  • Madurai Nayak Copper Kasu (2809)

    The Madurai Nayaks were Telugu rulers from around 1529 AD until 1736 AD, of a region comprising most of modern-day Tamil Nadu, India, with Madurai as their capital. The Nayak reign was an era noted for its achievement in arts, cultural and administrative reforms, revitalization of temples previously ransacked by the Delhi Sultans, and inauguration of a unique architectural style.

    Some early Madurai Nayaka coins portray the figure of the king. The bull also is seen frequently on the Madurai Nayak coins. Chokkanatha Nayak, one of the last rulers of the dynasty, issued coins displaying various animals, such as the bear, elephant and lion. He also issued coins featuring Hanuman and Garuda. The inscriptions on the Nayak coins are in Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Nagari scripts.

    368.00 incl. GST
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