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Queen Kumaradevi and King Chandragupta I, depicted on a coin of their son Samudragupta, 335–380 CE.

Chandra Gupta was a major king in the Gupta Empire around 320 C. and is generally considered as the founder of the Gupta dynasty. As the ruler of the Gupta Empire, he is known for forging alliances with many powerful families in the Ganges region.

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Reverse of gold coin of the Kushan Empire, possibly of Vasudeva I. Manaobago depicted on the reverse.

Reverse of gold coin of the Kushan Empire, possibly of Vasudeva I.

SOL INVICTUS Gordian Double Denarius XF Very rare Silver Roman Coin 4.52Grams

SOL INVICTUS Gordian Double Denarius XF Very rare Silver Roman Coin 4.52Grams

Ancient Romans, Seals, Coins, Medieval, Stamps, Middle Ages

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*INDIA ~ Gold Coin Showing King Kumaragupta as an Archer Period: Gupta period Date: Culture: India Medium: Gold

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British Gold Coins Unite 20 Shillings or One Pound 1644 King Charles I

British Gold Coins Unite 20 Shillings or One Pound 1644 King Charles I Charles I gold Unite Shillings) 1644 AU, Oxford mint,

Celtic Coinage. Britain. The Catuvellauni/Trinovantes. Cunobelin. Biga type. Gold Stater (5.37 g, 18 mm). Early-mid 1st century AD. - Goldberg Coins and Collectibles. These belong in a museum.

A Coin of Shakespeare’s “King Cymbeline”This coin was issued by the great Celtic King Cunobelin, a very important figure in the history of Great Britain. His legacy and name was immortalized as King.

GOLD COINS OF ANCIENT INDIA

GOLD COINS OF ANCIENT INDIA

DINAR | Coins of Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Kumaragupta - I (Mahendraditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal : Gold | Weight (gm) : 7 - 8 | Size (mm) : 19-22 | Shape : Round | Types/Series : Tiger Slayer Type | Minting Technique	: Die struck |

DINAR | Coins of Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Kumaragupta - I (Mahendraditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal : Gold | Weight (gm) : 7 - 8 | Size (mm) : 19-22 | Shape : Round | Types/Series : Tiger Slayer Type | Minting Technique : Die struck |

Maison de ventes aux enchères en ligne Catawiki: India, Cochin - Gouden Fanam z.j. (ca.1688-1750)

India, Cochin - Gouden Fanam z.

DINAR | Coins of  Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Kumaragupta - I (Mahendraditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal	 : Gold | Weight (gm) : 7 - 8 | Size (mm) : 19-22 | Shape : Round | Types/Series : Lion-slayer type | Minting Technique : Die struck |

DINAR | Coins of Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Kumaragupta - I (Mahendraditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal : Gold | Weight (gm) : 7 - 8 | Size (mm) : 19-22 | Shape : Round | Types/Series : Lion-slayer type | Minting Technique : Die struck |

Gandhara | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Gandhara

Coin of Kanishka, ca. 130 A. Pakistan, ancient region of Gandhara Gold.

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