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Research Coins: Printed Auction

 
Sale: CNG 75, Lot: 709. Estimate $1000. 
Closing Date: Wednesday, 23 May 2007. 
Sold For $625. This amount does not include the buyer’s fee.

INDIA, Kushan Empire. Vasudeva II. Circa AD 290-310. AV Dinar (7.93 g, 12h). Vasudeva, nimbate, diademed, and crowned, standing left, flames on shoulder, sacrificing over altar and holding trident; monogram and filleted trident to left, three pellets under left arm, pellet-above-swastika between feet, Buddhist Triratana (“Three Jewels”) to right / Siva, nimbate, standing facing, holding diadem and trident; behind, the bull Nandi standing left; pellet and tamgha to left, four pellets to lower left. MK 696/695 (for obv./rev. type; unlisted dies). EF, traces of reddish toning in devices, slight double strike on reverse.