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Standard catalogue of Sultanate coins of India

Dilip Rajgor

Standard catalogue of Sultanate coins of India

by Dilip Rajgor

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Published by Amrapali Publications in Bombay, India .
Written in English

    Places:
  • India
    • Subjects:
    • Coins, Islamic -- India -- Catalogs

    • Edition Notes

      Includes indexes.

      Other titlesSultanate coins.
      StatementDilip Rajgor.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCJ3544 .R35 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxix, 230 p. :
      Number of Pages230
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1687278M
      LC Control Number91909165

      Coins: India. is an International Catalog of World Coins. This coin has a very attractive, bold style which is most unusual in the Kashmir Sultanate series. This particular legend arrangement was not included in Rajgor's catalogue, and this date () is not listed for this type by Goron & Goenka. Muhammad Yusuf Shah () Muhammad Yusuf Shah () Silver sasnu.

      INDIAN PRINCELY STATES. As the Mughal Empire declined from onward, many local dynasties sprang up, carving out independent and often warring with each other or seeking alliances with one or other of the European powers gaining control in India. Although the Mughal Empire continued in name until , by its powers had largely passed to the British East India . This catalog tries to cover the coins issued by 'Sultans' in India. That is a very broad area, but still the authors manage to do a good job. While no one-volume book on Sultanate can ever be complete, such one-volume works are essential because they place Sultanate coins in their right historical perspective.

      25 NAYE PAISE | Coins of Republic of India - Decimal Coinage | Ruler / Authority: Government Of India | Denomination: 25 Naye Paise | Metal: Nickel | Weight (gm): | Size (mm): 19 | Shape: Circular | Issued Year: | Minting Technique: Die struck | Mint: Kolkata / Calcutta 13 pins. Not a bad life time investment. The books are divided into 4 separate sections and you have to buy them separately. 7 “ Coins ” by Parameshwar Lal Gupta, Published by Book trust of India, New Delhi. NA: 8 " Coins of British India" This is an exhalent book for those who collect British india coin from AD to AD.


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Standard catalogue of Sultanate coins of India by Dilip Rajgor Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Must have book for collectors of Mid-eval Muslim period coins of India. This book covers all Muslim era (Sultanate) coins starting from Mohammed Ghor till Pre-Mughals.

This book has Prices of coins listed in 3 categories F, VF and XF. The prices are obviously out-dated now but still gives an idea about rarity of the coins.5/5(1).

Standard Catalogue Of Sultanate Coins Of India by Rajgor, Dilip and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Genre/Form: Catalogs Catalogs (form) Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rajgor, Dilip. Standard catalogue of Sultanate coins of India.

Bombay, India: Amrapali Publications, [?]. A Must have book for collectors of Mid-eval Muslim period coins of India. This book covers all Muslim era (Sultanate) coins starting from Mohammed Ghor till Pre-Mughals.

This book has Prices of coins listed in 3 categories F, VF and XF. The prices are obviously out-dated now but still gives an idea about rarity of the s: 1. Buy Standard catalogue of Sultanate coins of India by Dilip Rajgor online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop : Dilip Rajgor.

While no one-volume book on Sultanate can ever be complete, such one-volume works are essential because they place Sultanate coins in their right historical perspective. This has become the de facto standard work in this field, and any research on Sultanate coins of India needs to start with this work.

I highly recommend this s: 2. The Coins of the Indian Sultanates: Covering the Area of Present Day India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. About the Book: Contents: Introduction Sultans of Delhi. Sultans of Bengal. Sultans of Madura. Bahmani Sultans and their precursors.

Adil Shahs of Bijapur. Barid Shahs of Bidar. Nizam Shahs of Ahmadnagar. Qutb Shahs of Golkonda. Standard Catalogue of Sultanate Coins of India Pioneering work on Delhi, Bengal & others, now superceded by Goron & Goenka. [Est. Market Value: $25] NOT IN STOCK: Reddy, D.

R.& Reddy, S. Silver Coins of the Bahmanis Illustrated catalog of. I have attempted to list the coin numbers for reference including the Catalogue Number from ‘Standard Catalogue of Sultanate Coins of India’ by Dilip Rajgor (Amrapali Publication, Bombay) and the KM Number from ‘Standard Catalogue of World Coins’ (Krause Publications) and Goron number from ‘The Coins Of The Indian Sultanates’ by.

Numismatic coins catalog with images and descriptions, coins price guide, coins values. ONLINE COINS CATALOG: world coins; Asian coins. India Indian Princely States Portuguese India British East India Company British India Ghaznavid Sultanate Ghurid Sultanate Hong Kong Iran old coins (till ) Iran modern coins Iraq.

Standard Catalogue of Coins of British India currency Issues Rs 2, About the Book: Author: Gev Kias & Dilip Rajgor. First PublishedpagesNumerous number of colorful pictures of coins.

1 rupee coin of is one of the rare coins of republic of India. Very few coins were released in circulation and hence this particular 1 rupee coin fetches high 4 figure price in the market. There are many fakes available for few hundred rupees and generally the novice coin enthusiasts fall for such fakes.

The coins of Delhi Sultanate ushered a new genre of the pattern of coinage. The patterns of the coins were structured in a way that they stand as the replicas of the culture and the scenario of the contemporary society.

The rulers of the Delhi Sultanate had set the pattern of the coins that became typical to the dynasty. Muhammad bin Sam's gold coinage was modeled on the gold coins that were already in circulations, with a facing seated Lakshmi and a reverse Nagari legend.

This coin is thought to have been minted in Kanauj or Kashi. Muhammad bin Sam (), Gold dinar, Bayana Weight: gm., Diameter: 15 mm., Die axis: 11 o'clock Lakshmi seated facing /. The early coins of Nasir al-din Mahmud were based on a half tanka of around gm, but in AH the weight standard apparently changed to around gm.

At the same time, the style of the legends was changed drastically. This coin, weighing gm, is clearly a quarter tanka of the heavier weight standard. About the Book: Stevens, P. & Weir, R. The Uniform Coinage of India A Catalogue and Pricelist. This catalogue provides an authoritative guide to the different major coinages of William IV, Victoria, Edward VII, George V and George VI and includes detailed colour illustrations of each coin.

The Coins of the Indian Sultanates by Stan Goron and J.P. Goenka. The Coinage of the Indian Sultanates is a very important primary source for helping us to understand the political and economic history of much of what is now India, Pakistan and Bangladesh during the period from the beginning of the thirteenth century AD until the seventeenth century when the last of the.

The Coin Galleries: Delhi Sultanate: Lodis After the death of Firuz Shah Tughluq and the invasion of Timur (Tamerlaine), the Delhi Sultanate was in a state of chaos and fragmentation.

For a while, most of the out-lying provinces functioned quite independently and the sultan controlled only a limited area around Delhi. It is not intended as an economic history of the sultanate period but as an extensive, illustrated catalogue of coin types.

More types are included here than in any previously published book on sultanate coins. Many are published for the first time. They come from both public and private collections in India and elsewhere. Couplets on Mughal Coins of India By Manik Jain Rs 2, About the Book: Indian Numismatic acquire an unique distinction of having the novelty of versicles on their metallic money along with the other usual discriptions viz., the name of.

encourage collectors, experts and moderators from different areas of Numismatics (Ancient, Mughal, Sultanate, East India & British India, Various Princely States) to help contribute to creating a website for the full Numismatic community. Buy Coins Online. Ancient India () Hindu coins of Medieval India () Sultanates (83).Ancient Guptas, Chandragupta II, Gold Dinar, gms, mm, Archer type, Obv.

king nimbate, standing left holding arrow in the right hand, “Sword hanging from the waist”, left hand holding bow at top, Chandra below arm, just in between the Sword & Bow, Garuda standard behind, Rev.

Crescent above the head of the Goddess “Sri-Lakshmi”, seated on a lotus in .Sultanate of Delhi: The Northern portion mainly Delhi was ruled by local dynasties like Tomara from to and then Chauhan (Cahamana) from c.

to Silver Drachm coins are known from Tomara and Chauhan dynasties.