INDIA, NOLAMBAS, Nanni Nolamba II (1044-52) punchmarked Gold gadyana (pagoda). EXTREMELY RARE!

World Coins - INDIA, NOLAMBAS, Nanni Nolamba II (1044-52) punchmarked Gold gadyana (pagoda). EXTREMELY RARE!
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Obverse Nine punches: Lotus at center, Kannada legend above: Nolam(ba), Sri x 2 at sides, Stylized bull x 4 in corners, axe-goad below
Reverse Blank
Date c. 1044-52
Weight 3.30 gm.
Diameter 16 mm.
Die axis n.a.
Reference Prabhu 37-39
Comments The Nolambas were a powerful dynasty that ruled large sections of Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh during the period from 735 to the late 11th century. However, their coinage is little known and very rare. This coin type has been recently attributed and published in:
Govindraya Prabhu S.: The Nolambas: Coinage and History,Manipal, 2009. Previously unknown, the type was discovered recently in a small hoard of about 10 coins. Note that this specimen has a central lotus consisting of 8 pellets (the center one and 7 "petals"), as in Prabhu 37-39.
Precio SKU: 637.27
US$ 1,495.00
  • € 1,234.12
  • £ 1,090.90
  • AUD 1,943.05
  • CHF 1,327.71
  • CAD 1,907.02

Cotización al: 01/27/21

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