Treasures from Museums of India - National Museum Stamp

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The 100p stamp depicts the two sides of a Kushan gold coin of 1st century A.D. from the National Museum, New Delhi. The obverse of this coin shows King Kanishka wearing a cloak and in his left a spear. The reverse depicts Lord Shiva with four arms holding respectively a vase, a drum, a trident and an antelope and bears the inscription Oesho (Shiva).
Corner Margin 1 single stamp with lower left and bottom margin with traffic lights 

Issue Year: 27-Jul-78

Condition: good condition, toned spots

Type/Series: Commemorative

Denomination: 100 paise

Color: Multicolor

Product Code: 983-1L34
Note :
This product is developed and offered to notaphilists, numismatists and philatelists for collection purpose.
This image is for reference purpose only Condition may vary from Image.
The product over 100 years. Not to be sold overseas.
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