Gold Gadayana of Shilaharas is bided by Todywalla auctions on 20th April 2018

18 Apr 2018  Wed

In the event of Shukla Day Coin Fair held in the world trade centre from 20th to 22nd April 2018, Todywalla is commencing its auction all three days, the first auction is divided into two parts. The floor bidding of part I auction is taking place on 20th April from 5:00 pm onwards.

In this auction, some of the fascinating coins are bided, like the gold Gadayana of Shilaharas. This gold coin is anonymous and uninscribed, its weight around 3.96 grams. The obverse of this beautiful coin illustrates an anthropomorphic Garuda with a human face, aquiline nose and winged arms in a dancing form, he is also holding a snake in left hand.

The reverse of this coin depicts a temple in architectural splendour, consisting of pillars, Vimana and Shikhara surmounted by banners. The linga is depicted on the pedestal in the centre with crescent and moon flanked on the structure. Garuda was also the dynastic emblem of the Shilaharas.

This is about extremely fine and extremely rare gold coin, don’t miss this golden opportunity to buy this gold coin. Its estimated, bidding price is in between INR 3, 40,000 to 3, 80,000.

To have a good look at the collection of Todywalla part I auction click here

Image Courtesy: Todywalla Auction.

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