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DIANR | Coins of Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal : Gold | Weight (gm) : '7-9 | Size (mm) : 19-23 | Shape :	Round | Types/Series : Chattra Type 1 | Minting Technique : Die struck | Obverse Description : King is standing on left offering incense in altar which is towards left with right hand, left hand resting on sword's hilt, behind attendant holding a Chattra over him. Legend in Brahmi " Maharajadhiraja shri Chandraguptah" |

DIANR | Coins of Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Chandragupta II (Vikramaditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal : Gold | Weight (gm) : '7-9 | Size (mm) : 19-23 | Shape : Round | Types/Series : Chattra Type 1 | Minting Technique : Die struck | Obverse Description : King is standing on left offering incense in altar which is towards left with right hand, left hand resting on sword's hilt, behind attendant holding a Chattra over him. Legend in Brahmi " Maharajadhiraja shri Chandraguptah" |

Gold Coin Showing King Chandragupta II as an Archer - c. AD 376-414 - Gupta Period - India. The Metropolitan Museum.

Gold Coin Showing King Chandragupta II as an Archer Period: Gupta period Date: ca. cm) Classification: Jewelry Credit Line: Gift of Barbara Stoller-Miller, 1990 Accession Number:

Coin of Vasudeva Date: 185–220 Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Gold. The Great Kushan rulers minted these gold coins in the second and early third centuries. They follow a Roman weight standard, and the rulers present themselves in relation to a range of Near Eastern and South Asian deities, such as the Shiva on the reverse of Vasudeva's coin.

Gold coin of Vasudeva AD) from Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara). Kushan rulers minted these gold coins in the second and early third centuries.

SELEUKOS II Kallinikos 246BC Seleukid Hercules Apollo Ancient Greek Coin i63689

SELEUKOS II Kallinikos 246BC Seleukid Hercules Apollo Ancient Greek Coin i63689

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415-455. Gold Coin of Gupta King Kumaragupta as an Archer. On the obverse is a horse, created to commemorate the Gupta horse-sacrifice or asvamedha. During this ritual a stallion was released to roam for a year before being sacrificed by the king. King Kumaragupta I is said to have completed this ritual twice in his lifetime.  India.

*INDIA ~ Gold Coin Showing King Kumaragupta as an Archer Period: Gupta period Date: Culture: India Medium: Gold

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Byzantine Empire Solidus Gold Coin depicting Theophilos, with his father Michael II and his eldest son Constantine in the reverse,  Theophilos (829-842D).

Byzantine Gold Solidus of Theophilos Byzantine Gold Solidus Byzantine Empire Solidus Gold Coin depicting Theophilos, with his father Mi.

The 1861-D gold dollars were minted during the American Civil War when Confederate troops were ordered to take over the Dahlonega Mint. 1861-D Gold Dollar Coin- However, the mint would not generate enough income to continually support the mint operations.

The gold dollars were minted during the American Civil War when Confederate troops were ordered to take over the Dahlonega Mint. Gold Dollar Coin- However, the mint would not generate enough income to continually support the mint operations.

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