Assam, Rudra Simha (1696-1714), octagonal Rupees (4), Sk. 1630, 1631, 1632, 1633, legends as previou

Assam,

120-180
Assam, Rudra Simha (1696-1714), octagonal Rupees (3), Sk. 1634, 1635, 1636, legends as previous lot

Assam,

100-150
Assam, Rudra Simha (1696-1714), octagonal Half-Rupees (3), 5.65, 5.64, 5.30g, undated, legends in th

Assam,

80-100
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Rupees (3), 11.25, 11.21, 11.13g, no queen, Sk. 1641, 16

Assam,

120-180
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Rupees (3), 11.32, 11.30, 11.27g, no queen, Sk. 1644, 16

Assam,

80-100
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Half-Rupee, 5.60g, no queen, undated, legends in three l

Assam,

120-180
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Rupees (4), Sk. 1646 (3), 1647, citing Queen Phuleś

Assam,

150-200
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Half-Rupee, 5.66g, undated, citing Queen Phuleśvari

Assam,

100-150
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal gold Mohur, 11.36g, Sk. 1650, citing Queen Pramatheś

Assam,

2000-2500
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), square Rupee, 11.24g, Gargaon mint, Sk. 1651, regnal year 15, citi

Assam,

400-600
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Rupees (6), Sk. 1649, 1650, 1651 (2), 1652, 1653, citing

Assam,

150-180
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Half-Rupee, 5.71g, undated, citing Queen Pramatheśv

Assam,

100-120
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Rupee, 11.32g, Assamese script, Sk. 1654, year 18, no qu

Assam,

80-100
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal gold Mohur, 11.32g, Sk. 1655, year 19, citing Queen Ambi

Assam,

1000-1500
Assam, Śiva Simha (1714-44), octagonal Rupees (4), Sk. 1654 year 19, 1655 year 19, 1656 year 20

Assam,

100-130
Assam, Rudra Simha (1696-1714), octagonal Rupees (2), 11.24, 11.34g, Sk. 1625, 1636, legends as prev

Assam,

80-100
Assam, Rudra Simha (1696-1714), octagonal Rupees (4), Sk. 1620, 1621, 1622, 1623, legends in four li

Assam,

120-180
Assam, Rudra Simha (1696-1714), octagonal gold Mohur, 11.24g, Sk.1620, four-line legends both sides,

Assam,

2000-2500
Assam, Gadadhara Simha (Siu-pat-pha) (1681-96), octagonal Rupees (3), 11.04, 11.03, 10.90g, the firs

Assam,

150-200
Assam, Gadadhara Simha (Siu-pat-pha) (1681-96), octagonal Rupees (2), 11.20, 10.82g, legends as prev

Assam,

100-120
Assam, Gadadhara Simha (Siu-pat-pha) (1681-96), octagonal Rupees (2), 11.25, 10.98g, legends, bird a

Assam,

100-150
Assam, Gadadhara Simha (Siu-pat-pha) (1681-96), octagonal Rupee, 11.03g, legends as previous lots, o

Assam,

80-100
Assam, Gadadhara Simha (Siu-pat-pha) (1681-96), octagonal Rupee, 11.04g, as previous lot but obverse

Assam,

100-150
Assam, Gadadhara Simha (Siu-pat-pha) (1681-96), octagonal Rupees (2), 11.07, 11.28g, the first as pr

Assam,

150-200
Assam, Gadadhara Simha (Siu-pat-pha) (1681-96), octagonal Rupees (2), 11.21, 11.19g, as previous lot

Assam,

120-150
Assam, Gadadhara Simha (Siu-pat-pha) (1681-96), octagonal Rupee, 11.11g, Ahom legends, dated year 33

Assam,

60-80
Assam, Dihingia Raja II (siu-hung) (1675-77), octagonal Rupee, 11.25g, Ahom legends, struck in year

Assam,

1500-2000
Assam, Chakradhvaja Simha (siu-pung-mung) (1663-70), octagonal Rupee, 11.17g, Ahom legends, Kāo

Assam,

70-100
Assam, Chakradhvaja Simha (siu-pung-mung) (1663-70), octagonal Rupee, 11.03g, as previous lot but wi

Assam,

100-150
Assam, Chakradhvaja Simha (siu-pung-mung) (1663-70), octagonal Rupee, 11.20g, as previous lot but no

Assam,

100-150

Lot:280  Assam, Rudra Simha (1696-1714), octagonal Rupee, 11.22g, Sk. 1629, normal rupee legends for this rul

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拍品分类 外国钱币 品相
拍品估价 GBP 100-150 成交价 GBP 228
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)。Assam, Rudra Simha (1696-1714), octagonal Rupee, 11.22g, Sk. 1629, normal rupee legends for this ruler, but very rare date (RB. F17.1; KM. 40), good very fine, very rare. Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer?s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.。Coins of year 1628 and 1629 are particularly rare and must have been struck in very small quantities. RB offers a possible explanation for this, which may have been to do with the military expedition against Kachar that took place at this time.