Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.50g, Sk. 1386, Ratnapura, lion facing left within circle

Tripura

300-400
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.18g, Sk.1386, Ratnapura, lion facing left within circle,

Tripura

300-400
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.67g, Sk.1386, Ratnapura, lion facing left within circle,

Tripura

300-400
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.67g, Sk.1386, Ratnapura, Lion facing left within circle,

Tripura

400-500
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.52g, Sk.1386, Ratnapura, lion facing left within circle,

Tripura

400-500
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.53g, undated, solid lion facing right within circle, too

Tripura

250-300
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.56g, undated, solid lion facing right within circle, too

Tripura

300-400
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.49g, undated, solid lion facing left within circle, toot

Tripura

200-300
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.40g, undated, solid lion facing left within circle, toot

Tripura

150-200
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.26g, undated, solid lion facing left within circle, toot

Tripura

250-300
Tripura, Dhanya Manikya (1490-1526), Tanka, 10.54g, undated, solid lion to right, fish symbol below,

Tripura

250-300
Tripura, Dhanya Manikya (1490-1526), Tanka, 10.57g, undated, solid lion to right, fish symbol below,

Tripura

250-300
Tripura, Dhanya Manikya (1490-1526), Tanka, 10.39g, undated, solid lion to right, fish symbol below,

Tripura

200-250
Tripura, Dhanya Manikya (1490-1526), Tanka, 10.35g, undated, solid lion to left with small annulet a

Tripura

200-300
Tripura, Dhanya Manikya (1490-1526), Tanka, 9.98g, Sk.1412, lion facing left, with small annulet abo

Tripura

500-600
Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.49g, Sk.1389, citing Queen Lakshmi, Sri Lakshmī/ ma

Tripura

1000-1200
Sri Lanka (Ceylon) (c.17th century), Fish Hook Larins (6), anonymous, pseudo-Persian legends (MWI. 2

Sri Lan

100-150
India, Sultans of Bijapur, Ali Adil Shah II (1656-72), Larins, Dabul (5), AH1071, AH(10)71, no visib

India,

150-200
Arakan, Thado (BE1007-14; 1645-52), Tankas (2), BE1007, legends in Arakanese, (Mitchiner, Land of Wa

Arakan,

100-150
Chittagong, Trade Coinage (mid 16th century), in the name of Bengal Sultan Ghiyath al-Din Bahadur, T

Chittag

100-150
Sultans of Bengal, Ghiyath al-Din Mahmud (AH 939-45; AD 1532-38), badr shah Tankas (2), Fathabad, AH

Sultans

50-70
Sultans of Bengal, Ala al-Din Firuz II (AH 938-39; AD 1531-32), Tanka, 10.60g, Tirhut Mardan, undate

Sultans

40-60
Sultans of Bengal, Nasir al-Din Nusrat (AH 925-38; AD 1519-31), Tankas (6), Tirhut Mardan (3), Khaza

Sultans

150-200
Sultans of Bengal, Nasir al-Din Nusrat (AH 925-38; AD 1519-31), Tanka, 10.66g, Tirhut Mardan, undate

Sultans

40-60
Sultans of Bengal, Ala al-Din Husain (AH 899-925; AD 1493-1519), Tankas (9), fourth victory type, Hu

Sultans

100-150
Sultans of Bengal, Ala al-Din Husain (AH 899-925; AD 1493-1519), Tankas (4), fourth victory type, Mu

Sultans

80-100
Sultans of Bengal, Ala al-Din Husain (AH 899-925; AD 1493-1519), commemorative Tankas (2), fourth vi

Sultans

70-90
Sultans of Bengal, Ala al-Din Husain (AH 899-925; AD 1493-1519), commemorative Tankas (2), fourth vi

Sultans

40-60
Sultans of Bengal, Ala al-Din Husain (AH 899-925; AD 1493-1519), commemorative Tanka, fourth victory

Sultans

40-60
Sultans of Bengal, Ala al-Din Husain (AH 899-925; AD 1493-1519), Tankas (8), third victory type, Fat

Sultans

150-200

Lot:19  1386特里普拉唐卡10g 近未流通

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相 近未流通
拍品估价 GBP 5000-10000 成交价 GBP 15600
拍卖专场 斯宾克2016年9月-Rhodes集藏 拍卖公司 SPINK
开拍日期 2016-09-27 21:00:00 结标日期 2016-09-28 04:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1386特里普拉唐卡10g 近未流通。The Nicholas Rhodes Collection: Coins of North East India (Part 2)。Tripura, Ratna Manikya (1464-89), Tanka, 10.43g, mint of Ratnapura, Sk.1386, lion facing left within circle, legend around, Śrī Nārāyana Charana Para Ratnapure 1386, rev. human-faced winged animal facing left, probably representing Narasimha, within a circular toothed border (RB. 7, KM. -), extremely fine, and of the utmost rarity, never before offered at auction. Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer?s Premium.

For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.。As Ratna Manikya was the first ruler of Tripura to issue coins much of his currency appear to be experimental in nature. Much of his standard currency reflected the time he spent at Gaur, an area ruled by the Bengal Sultans, and mirrors the coinage they were producing at the time of his visit. However this Tanka appears to be of entirely local inspiration. The human faced winged dragon being a version of the Hindu god Narasimha, the fearsome lion incarnation of the god Vishnu. The obverse depicts a lion that was to become the standard emblem on the majority of coins of Tripura from that date onwards.As this is the first and only time such a coin has been offered to the market it is likely to be hotly contested among collectors of this series