INDIA, Yadavas of Devagiri: Singhana (1200-47) Gold pagoda or gadyana, naming his queen Kanchala Devi. VERY RARE + CHOICE!

Ancient Coins - INDIA, Yadavas of Devagiri: Singhana (1200-47) Gold pagoda or gadyana, naming his queen Kanchala Devi. VERY RARE + CHOICE!
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Obverse Sword, flanked by crowned conch on left and crowned chakra (discus) on right
Reverse Three line Nagari legend: Sri Sigha / na Kancha / la Devi, sword below
Date 1200-47
Weight 3.83 gm.
Diameter 12 mm.
Die axis 6 o'clock
Reference MSI 306 (Kampiladeva)
Comments A CHOICE specimen of a VERY RARE coin, naming the king and queen!

Mitchiner has incorrectly attributed this type to Kampiladeva of Kampili, but Murthy and Pai (Studies in South Indian Coins, XIII) have shown that it is an issue of the Yadava king Singhana.
Prix SKU: 344.42
US$ 745.00
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  • CHF 690.99
  • CAD 943.32

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