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India, Kabul and Gandhara, Anonymous Post-Shahi, 1021 - 1200 A.D.
notes the Ghaznavids occupied the Shahi Kingdom and some of these coins may have been struck by them, however, the major issuers were probably the Chahamanas.WA74839. jital, "Bull and Horseman" jital; cf. 3, 33bis, 473, 235-236, Tye 33, VF, small dumpy , light corrosion, light earthen deposits, 3.418 g, maximum 13.6 mm, 225o, c. 1021 - 1200 A.D.; Sri Samanta Deva, Recumbent zebu left, and crescent before; sarada aksara, horseman right, holding banner, 'Bhi' on left; $38.00 (Ä33.82)
India, Kabul and Gandhara, Anonymous Post-Shahi, Bull and Horseman Jital, c. 1100 - 1300 A.D.
notes, "After the Delhi Mohammed bin Sam had established his suzerainty over much of northern India (1190's) the main focus for continued use of the Bull and Horseman coinage moved southwards to the Gwalior region and mints such as Narwar; though Kangra in the retained a mint for this of coinage until the 17th century."
IS75961. "Bull and Horseman" jital; cf. 483, F, crude with barely recognizable types, , 3.234 g, maximum 13.8 mm, c. 1100 - 1300 A.D.; Sri Samanta Deva, Recumbent zebu left, and crescent before; Sarada Aksara, horseman right, holding banner; $24.00 (Ä21.36)
Saurashtra and Gujarat, Northern India, c. 800 - 1050 A.D.
Imitative of the silver of Khushrau (7th century A.D.).
SP12335. Silver , 419 ff., VF, c. 4.44 g, maximum c. 14 mm, of Khushrau facing right; fire ; one coin randomly selected from the actual coins in the photographs, one coin; $14.00 (Ä12.46)
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