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Coin of Vasudeva Date: 185–220 Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Gold. The Great Kushan rulers minted these gold coins in the second and early third centuries. They follow a Roman weight standard, and the rulers present themselves in relation to a range of Near Eastern and South Asian deities, such as the Shiva on the reverse of Vasudeva's coin.

Gold coin of Vasudeva AD) from Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara). Kushan rulers minted these gold coins in the second and early third centuries.

Date: 150–180 Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Gold. The Great Kushan rulers minted these gold coins in the second and early third centuries. They follow a Roman weight standard, and the rulers present themselves in relation to a range of Near Eastern and South Asian deities, such as the Shiva on the reverse of Vasudeva's coin.

Date: Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Gold.

Netherlands, Holland - 6 Stuivers Gold Coin (Scheepjeschelling), Mint Year 1749. Obverse: Dutch galleon at sea sailing right.

Netherlands, Holland - 6 Stuivers Gold Coin (Scheepjeschelling), Mint Year Obverse: Dutch galleon at sea sailing right.

DINAR | Coins of  Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Kumaragupta - I (Mahendraditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal	 : Gold | Weight (gm) : 7 - 8 | Size (mm) : 19-22 | Shape : Round | Types/Series : Lion-slayer type | Minting Technique : Die struck |

DINAR | Coins of Gupta Dynasty | Ruler / Authority : Kumaragupta - I (Mahendraditya) | Denomination : Dinar | Metal : Gold | Weight (gm) : 7 - 8 | Size (mm) : 19-22 | Shape : Round | Types/Series : Lion-slayer type | Minting Technique : Die struck |

Viking coin with Raven  10th Century CE. York, England.  Minted by Anlaf (Olaf) Guthfrithsson

How FUNtastic! I want to use Raven Money too! :) Viking coin with Raven Century CE.

Dinar |  Dynasty: Kushan |  Ruler / Authority: Vima Kadphises |  Denomination: Dinar |  Metal: Gold |  Weight (gm): c. 8 g |  Size (mm): 20 mm |  Shape: Round |  Types/Series: Bilingual Type 8/ Oesho type Chariot Type |  Minting Technique: Die struck |  Mint: Main mint Bactria. |  Theme: King, oesho, bull, chariot |

Dinar | Dynasty: Kushan | Ruler / Authority: Vima Kadphises | Denomination: Dinar | Metal: Gold | Weight (gm): c. 8 g | Size (mm): 20 mm | Shape: Round | Types/Series: Bilingual Type 8/ Oesho type Chariot Type | Minting Technique: Die struck | Mint: Main mint Bactria. | Theme: King, oesho, bull, chariot |

gold mohur of jahangir with portrait of his father akbar 1605

Gold Mohur of Mughal Emperor Jahangir - Mughal Dynasty India Early Century

The contemporary "Kushano-Sasanian" king to the west, in the late 200's, also issued Shaivite coins

The contemporary "Kushano-Sasanian" king to the west, in the late also issued Shaivite coins

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Peacock on an antique and out-of-circulation Two Anna Indian-Coin from the Year 1949

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1936 Canadian dot coins - Among the most valuable Canadian coins are the 1936 Canadian coin dot specimens. These coins are not only valuable in terms of market price but also of historical significance.

Solidus of Constantius II (Sole Emperor, 350–361), 350–361  This coin was struck in Rome, probably in the year 350 by Constantius II, one of the four sons of Constantine the Great.  http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/04.35.18

(Byzantine) Gold Solidus of Constantius II (Sole Emperor, Coin struck in Rome. ca CE.

GOLD COINS OF ANCIENT INDIA

GOLD COINS OF ANCIENT INDIA

The Gold Ryal, also known as the Rose Noble, was an English gold coin first issued in 1464, during the "first reign" of Edward IV (1461-1470). From the 1430s onwards, the price of gold had been rising, with the result that the gold noble, which had been in use since 1344, was worth more on the continent than in England. The nobles were exported en masse to the continent for profit, resulting in a shortage of the coins.

The Gold Ryal (or Rose Noble), english gold coin first issued in during the "first reign" of Edward IV

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