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Kushan, Shaka, Gold Dinar.

Kushan Empire, Shaka (c. 305-335AD), Gold Dinar, king standing facing, head left, wearing crown with nimbus, holding garlanded standard and sacrificing at altar above which there is a trident, Brahmi letter "mi" under right arm, and "shaka" in field right, rev goddess Ardoksho enthroned facing, holding cornucopia, tamgha top left, 7.83g (Gobl 579). Well-struck and well-centred, crisp, good extremely fine.

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