INDIA, KUSHANO-SASANIAN, Hormizd I Kushanshah: Copper drachm, heavy type, with legend of Kawad. SCARCE!

Ancient Coins - INDIA, KUSHANO-SASANIAN, Hormizd I Kushanshah: Copper drachm, heavy type, with legend of Kawad. SCARCE!
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Obverse Diademed, bearded bust of king right, wearing lion-head crown, topped by a globe or flower, Bactrian legend at right: KaBoo (Kawad), all within dotted border
Reverse Fire altar, with bust of Ahura Mazda emerging at the top, no symbol on the altar shaft
Date c. 270-295
Weight 2.72 gm.
Diameter 17 mm.
Die axis 4 o'clock
Reference MAC 1293, Göbl 1122 or 1124, Cribb 34
Comments Kawad may have been a local governor of Hormizd, as the bust appears to be of Hormizd, but the insciption on the coin reads Kawad (or Kobad). The coins are scarce to rare.