Jaintiapur, Bijay Narayan (1785-88 or 90?), Tanka, 9.19g, Sk. 1707, legends and symbols as previous

Jaintia

80-120
Jaintiapur, Bijay Narayan (1785-88 or 90?), Tanka, 8.53g, Sk. 1707, legends and main symbols as prev

Jaintia

40-60
Jaintiapur, Ram Simha (1790-32), Tankas (2), 9.25, 8.78g, Sk 1712, as previous lot but with symbol M

Jaintia

80-120
Jaintiapur, Ram Simha (1790-32), Tankas (2), 9.19, 8.65g, Sk 1712, as previous lot but, both with tw

Jaintia

80-120
Jaintiapur, Ram Simha (1790-32), Tanka, 8.85g, Sk 1712, as previous lot, symbol M above top line, tw

Jaintia

50-70
Jaintiapur, Ram Simha (1790-32), Tanka, 8.79g, Sk 1712, as previous lot, symbol M above top line, tr

Jaintia

50-70
Assam, Jayadhvaja Simha (1648-63), octagonal Rupee, 11.34g, Sk. 1570, four line inscription in Assam

Assam,

150-200
Assam, Jayadhvaja Simha (1648-63), octagonal Rupee, 11.25g, Sk. 1570, as previous lot but the word &

Assam,

140-180
Assam, Jayadhvaja Simha (1648-63), octagonal Rupee, 11.52g, Sk. 1570, as previous lot but with bead

Assam,

150-200
Assam, Jayadhvaja Simha (1648-63), octagonal Rupee, 11.76g, Sk. 1570, as previous lot but crescent a

Assam,

150-200
1648-63八角卢比汉字“寶” 近未流通

1648-63

5000-10000
Assam, Chakradhvaja Simha (siu-pung-mung) (1663-70), octagonal Rupee, 11.14g, Sk. 1585, legends in A

Assam,

140-180
Assam, Chakradhvaja Simha (siu-pung-mung) (1663-70), octagonal Rupee, 11.58g, dated Sk. 1585, Ś

Assam,

140-180
Assam, Chakradhvaja Simha (siu-pung-mung) (1663-70), octagonal Rupee, 11.23g, Ahom legends, dated th

Assam,

100-150
Assam, Chakradhvaja Simha (siu-pung-mung) (1663-70), octagonal Rupee, 11.03g, as previous lot (RB. 7

Assam,

100-150
Jaintiapur, Jatra Narayan (1782-85), Tankas (2), 10.69, 10.75g, Sk. 1704, Śri Śri Śi/

Jaintia

140-180
Jaintiapur, Chattra Simha (1774-82), Tanka, 9.51g, Sk. 1696, Śri Śri Śi/va Charana ka

Jaintia

100-150
Jaintiapur, Bargosain II (1731-70), Tankas (2), 7.30, 9.35g, Sk. 1653, legends and main symbols as p

Jaintia

50-70
Jaintiapur, Bargosain II (1731-70), Tankas (2), 9.80, 9.55g, Sk. 1653, legends and main symbols as p

Jaintia

80-120
Jaintiapur, Bargosain II (1731-70), Tankas (2), 9.45, 9.60g, Sk. 1653, legends and main symbols as p

Jaintia

80-120
Jaintiapur, Bargosain II (1731-70), Tankas (2), 9.00, 9.98g, Sk. 1653, legends and main symbols as p

Jaintia

80-120
Jaintiapur, Bargosain II (1731-70), Tanka, 9.10g, Sk. 1653, Śri Śri Śi/va Charana ka/

Jaintia

60-80
Jaintiapur, Jaynarayan (1708-31), Tanka, 10.00g, Sk. 1630, as previous lot, elongated beads either s

Jaintia

80-100
Jaintiapur, Jaynarayan (1708-31), Tanka, 10.06g, Sk. 1630, Śri Śri Śi/va Charana ka/m

Jaintia

80-100
Jaintiapur, Ram Simha (1703-08), Tanka, 9.2g, Sk. 1625, Śri Śri Śi/va Charana ka/mala

Jaintia

500-600
Jaintiapur, Lakshmi Simha (1670-1703), Tanka, 9.8g, Sk.1592, Śri Śri Śi/va Charana ka

Jaintia

300-400
Jaintiapur, Vijaya Manik (1575-?), Tanka, 9.7g, Sk.1497, legends on each side, Śri Śri Bhu

Jaintia

800-1000
Manipur, group of 10 base-metal uniface Sels, as previous lot, with legends mā (2), bha?, r

Manipur

80-100
Manipur, group of 8 base-metal uniface Sels, as previous lot, with legends mā, bha?, rā, &

Manipur

80-100
Manipur (19íth century), group of 8 base-metal uniface Sels, various weights, with legends: la, m

Manipur

80-100

Lot:247  Jaintiapur, Bijay Narayan (1785-88 or 90?), Tanka, 9.16g, Sk. 1707, legends and symbols as previous

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相
拍品估价 GBP 100-140 成交价 GBP 252
拍卖专场 斯宾克2016年9月伦敦-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 The Nicholas Rhodes Collection: Coins of North East India (Part 2)。Jaintiapur, Bijay Narayan (1785-88 or 90?), Tanka, 9.16g, Sk. 1707, legends and symbols as previous lot but with five beads in lower field, rev. with 12 beads at top, three beads at start and two at end of top line (RB. N3b; KM. 199), obverse double struck and a little weak, good very fine, rare. Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer?s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.。The coins of this ruler were struck using quite a base alloy and often have traces of silvering, probably to hide the debasement.