Friday, 29 January 2016

Salient Features Of The Marudhar Arts Auction No 17

Greetings from Marudhar Arts, One of the largest conglomerates in the country dealing in coinages and other numismatic collectibles. We are immensely proud to launch Auction No 18 which shall be one of its kind auctions which shall be real time and available on the floor and to our patrons who shall be available on our e store to procure products from our exhaustive inventory. 

Every year a myriad of collectibles are showcased to the general public fraternity through our annual extravaganza – The 7TH National Numismatic Exhibition 2016 which shall be conducted at The Bell Hotel Bangalore from the 26th to the 28th of February 2016. Some of the rare specimens of coinages that shall be manifested to the public during the auctions and the exhibitions are mentioned below:

1)      Gold Coin of Samudragupta (335 – 370 AD)Gold Dinar , King and Queen type issued in the memory of  his parents Chandragupta I and Kumaradevi. Weight – 7.5 Grams , Dimension  - 20.47 mm. Estimated Value – 2 – 2.5 lacs

2)      Gold Coin of Samudragupta (335 – 370 AD)Gold Dinar, King Nimbate standing to the left holding a wheel headed standard in his left hand . Weight – 7.6 Grams , Dimension  - 20.06 mm. Estimated Value – 1 – 1.5 lacs

3)      Gold Coin of Chandragupta II – “ Vikramaditya” Weight – 7.90 Grams , Dimension  - 18.48 mm. Estimated Value – 1.5 – 2.0 lacs

4)      Gold Coin of Chandragupta II – “Vikramaditya”. The coins depict the king riding the horse to left , holding bow and sword tied to the waist .Weight – 7.70 Grams , Dimension  - 18.50 mm. Estimated Value – 2.0  – 2.5 lacs

5)      Gold Coin of Chandragupta II – Gold Dinar Lion Slayer Type – Coin Depicting the king standing right wearing short tucked dhoti holding bow in left hand and right hand is shown as having released the bowstring . Weight – 7.05 Grams , Dimension  - 18.46 mm. Estimated Value – 1.75 to 2.25 lacs

6)      Silver Square Rupee from the Urdu Mint , Kalima Type – Kalima Shahada in four petalled flattened floral pattern with the names of four khalifas name in four angles. Weight - 11.50 Grams, Dimension - 18.90 mm * 18.60 mm . Estimated Value – 2.25 – 3.25 lacs

7)      Gold Square Mohur , Patna Mint Kalima type , Kalma Shahada around four khalifas name Dimension – Grams – 10-.5 grams , 19.42 mm * 18.48 mm . Estimated Value – 3.5 – 4.5 lacs

8)      Silver Rupee of Jahangir – Weight of the coin – 11.4 gram , Dimension of the coin – 23.48 mm , Value of the coin – 4 lacs – 5 lacs

9)      Gold Coin of Shah Jahan from Surat Mint Weight of the coin – 10.85 gram , Dimension of the coin – 19.86 mm , Value of the coin – 2.5 to 3 lacs.

10)  Gold Coin of Shah Jan II Akbarabad , Weight of the coin – 11.0 gram , Dimension of the coin – 25.50 mm , Value of the coin – 5 lacs – 6 lacs


FURTHER TO BE ADDED SUBSEQUENTLY...