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Kosala State Region C.600-470 BC : Silver Punchmarked Coinage by Paul Murphy
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Kosala State Region C.600-470 BC : Silver Punchmarked Coinage by Paul Murphy

Rs 450.00

About the Book:

Preface. Foreword/K. K. Maheshwari. Foreword/Terry Hardaker. 1. Ancient India and the Kosala state. 2. Brief history of ancient India and the Kosala state. 3. Kosala coinage – series I. 4. Kosala coinage – series II. 5. Kosala coinage – series IIIA. 6. Kosala coinage – series IIIB. 7. Kosala coinage – series IIIC. 8. Kosala coinage – series IIID. 9. Unclassified coins. 10. Forgeries. Silver Punchmarked Symbols : 1. Geometric type symbols. 2. Nature type symbols. 3. Manmade type symbols. 4. Table of "bankers marks". Appendix : 1. Bankers marks and coin source matrices. 2. Kosalan kings and princes. 3. The oriental numismatic society. Bibliography and select references.

 

 


Saurashtra (c. 450-50 BC); Surasena (c. 500-350 BC): Silver Punchmarked Coinage by P. Anne van't Haaff
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Saurashtra (c. 450-50 BC); Surasena (c. 500-350 BC): Silver Punchmarked Coinage by P. Anne van't Haaff

Rs 700.00

 

 

About the Book:

Contents: Preface. I. Saurashtra Janapada (c. 450-50 BC) : Silver punch-marked coinage: 1. Saurashtra coinage. 2. Catalogue. 3. Auxiliary symbols. 4. Main symbols. 5. Source and photographer. 6. Map. II. Surasena (c. 500-350 BC): Silver punch-marked coinage: 1. Surasena coinage. 2. Catalogue. 3. Bankers' mark. 4. Coin type, source and photographs. 5. Auxiliary symbols.

From the preface: "This study is part of the AHATA project which aims at creating a comprehensive catalogue of ancient Indian punch marked coinage. The information in this book will be part of the CD-ROM database which will be constructed covering all these coins. The AHATA symbol numbering system is applied for the main, auxiliary symbols and the bankers marks. Future new types can be catalogued without disturbing the present categorisation

 


Indian Punch Marked Coins by Bhanu agarwal & Subas Rai
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Indian Punch Marked Coins by Bhanu agarwal & Subas Rai

Rs 450.00

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This book presents a thorough analysis of an unpublished punch-marked hoard, containing 221 coins of gold, silver and copper recovered from Taxila and currently under the possession of the Department of AIHC in Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi

 


The Second Supplementary Catalogue of Coins to Vol-I
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Numismatic Studies (Volume 7) by Manmohan Kumar
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Numismatic Studies (Volume 7) by Manmohan Kumar

Rs 800.00

About the Book:

It is our proud privilege to place before the scholars and students of numismatics Volume VII of our series Numismatic Studies. The present volume is devoted to the field of numismatics and sigillography and contains 14 papers by eminent as well as budding scholars. The volume contains research papers ranging from the Punch-marked coins to the modern coins. The present volume is devoid of some of the regular features like Numismatics News, Nimismatic papers journals/felicitation or commemorative volumes, book reviews, etc. But in future volumes these features shall be included. For this, we solicit the co-operation of the scholars in the form appropriate material on these topics

 


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