Gadhaiya Paisa, Malwa, 1200-1300 AD
Indo-Sasanian 1 Drachm of billion metal (impure silver) also called the Gadhaiya paisa of the Malwa region in Central India. These coins were used in the post Gupta period from 6-12 centuries. The obverse features the bust/head of the king, but highly simplified compared to the more intricate Sasanian coins. The reverse initially had a fire altar, as seen in Sasanian coins and Gupta period. However, the OM type coins have 'Omkar' in Devnagari script on the reverse. These coins were minted from 1200-1300 AD, approx by pre-Islamic dynasties.
Weight: 4.2 grams (approx)
Diameter: 13 mm (approx)
This is an EXTREMELY RARE coin. Read more about it here
Coins are part of a lot. The coin you get will be one of the coins in the third picture. These coins are over 700 years old and will have wear and tear on them. These coins are hand struck, so no two coins will be identical.
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