Cooch Behar, Jagaddipendra Narayan (1922-49), machine-struck presentation Half-Rupee, 5.36g, dated C

Cooch B

800-1000
Cooch Behar, Jitendra Narayan (1913-22), oval silver medal, 4.62g, 15mm, portrait of ruler wearing t

Cooch B

80-100
Kings of Khyriem, in the name of Nara Narayan of Cooch Behar, Tanka, 30mm, 9.68g, dated Sk.1477, leg

Kings o

300-400
Kachar, Megha Narayana (1566-1583), Tanka, 9.84g, Sk.1488, legends in four lines on both sides, Hara

Kachar,

500-600
Kachar, Megha Narayana (1566-1583), Tanka, 9.78g, Sk.1488, as previous lot but rev. Śri Śr

Kachar,

500-600
Kachar, Megha Narayana (1566-1583), Tanka, 9.58g, Sk.1488, as previous lot but rev. Śri Śr

Kachar,

500-600
Kachar, Megha Narayana (1566-1583), Tanka, 10.50g, Sk.1488, legend in four lines on either side, Har

Kachar,

500-600
Kachar, Megha Narayana (1566-1583), Tanka, 9.58g, Sk.1488, as previous lot but obv. border within do

Kachar,

500-600
Kachar, Megha Narayana (1566-1583), Tanka, 9.39g, Sk.1488, as previous lot but rev. Śri Śr

Kachar,

350-450
Kachar, Yaśo Narayana (1583-1601), Tanka, 9.5g, Sk 1505, legends in four lines on both sides: H

Kachar,

400-500
Kachar, Yaśo Narayana (1583-1601), Tanka, 9.75g, Sk.1505, as previous coin but reverse counterm

Kachar,

400-500
Kachar, Yaśo Narayana (1583-1601), Tanka, 9.73g, Sk.181, Hara Gaurī/ Charana Parā/yan

Kachar,

500-600
Kachar, Yaśo Narayana (1583-1601), Tanka, 9.42g, Sk.140, as previous lot but date on the revers

Kachar,

500-600
Kachar, Yaśo Narayana (1583-1601), Quarter-Tanka, 2.6g, undated, Hara Gaurī/ Charana Pa/r&

Kachar,

500-600
Kachar, Indra Pratap Narayana (1601-11), Quarter-Tanka, 2.33g, undated, Hara Gaurī/ Charana Pa/

Kachar,

600-800
Cooch Behar, Nripendra Narayan (1863-1911), machine-struck presentation Half-Rupee, 4.32g, year 354,

Cooch B

400-500
Cooch Behar, Shivendra Narayan (1839-47), Half-Rupee, 4.38g, legends on both sides only partly visib

Cooch B

100-150
Cooch Behar, Dhaiyendra Narayan (1765-70, 1775-83), Half-Rupee, 4.63g, Dharendra/ Harendra Narayan (

Cooch B

50-60
Cooch Behar, Upendra Narayan (1715-63), Half-Rupees (2), 4.61, 4.70g, Devendra Narayan (1763-65), Ha

Cooch B

100-130
Cooch Behar, Prana Narayan (1633-65), Half-Tanka, 4.73g, Upendra Narayan (1715-63), Half-Rupee, 4.69

Cooch B

100-130
Cooch Behar, Prana Narayan (1633-65), Half-Tanka, 4.95g, Rupa Narayan (1695-1715), Half-Rupee, 4.28g

Cooch B

120-150
Cooch Behar, Mada Narayan (1663-81), Half-Rupees (3), 4.79, 4.79, 4.76, as previous lot, but only on

Cooch B

60-80
Cooch Behar, Mada Narayan (1663-81), Half-Rupees (3), 4.84, 4.83, 4.85g, legends on both sides only

Cooch B

50-70
Cooch Behar, Mada Narayan (1663-81), Half-Rupees (3), 4.85, 4.78, 4.61g, dated year 171 of the Cooch

Cooch B

60-80
Cooch Behar/ Mughal, Aurangzeb (1661-63 in Cooch Behar), Half-Tanka, 4.85g, probably year 4 of Auran

Cooch B

1000-1500
Cooch Behar, Prana Narayan (1633-65), Half-Tankas (4), the first Sk.1555, the others with no visible

Cooch B

70-100
Cooch Behar, Prana Narayan (1633-65), Half-Tankas (4), the first Sk.1555, the others with no visible

Cooch B

70-100
Cooch Behar, Prana Narayan (1633-65), Half-Tanka, 4.83g Sk.155(5), struck from Tanka dies, legends a

Cooch B

40-50
Cooch Behar, Prana Narayan (1633-65), Half-Tankas (3), 4.86, 4.87, 4.55g, Sk.1554 (where visible), a

Cooch B

50-70
Cooch Behar, Prana Narayan (1633-65), Half-Tankas (2), 4.84, 3.68g, Sk.1554, as previous lots but no

Cooch B

40-60

Lot:209  1913-22Jitendra Narayan金币 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 5000-7000 成交价 GBP 7200
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 1913-22Jitendra Narayan金币 近未流通。The Nicholas Rhodes Collection: Coins of North East India (Part 2)。Cooch Behar, Jitendra Narayan (1913-22), machine-struck presentation gold Mohur, 7.83g, dated CB 404 (1914), arms of the state supported by lion and elephant, grish at bottom, rev. Śrī Śrī/ Jitendra Nārāyana/ Bhup/ Rāja Śakā 404 (RB.78; Bose R-1.1; KM.X.M10), about uncirculated with minor contact marks in fields, extremely rare.

Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer?s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.。Bruce, Catalog of Unusual World Coins states only 100 coins of this type were minted. Grish was the name of the Calcutta gold and silversmith company that made the coins. There are only three records of gold Mohurs of this date being sold at auction. The last time a coin of this date and type was offered in the UK was at Baldwin, Auction 84, 25 September 2013, lot 1352, where it achieved a price of £16,000.