|Issuer||Kuninda Kingdom (Western Himalayas)|
|Type||Standard circulation coin|
|Years||200 BC - 100 BC|
|Currency||Kuninda Kingdom - Drachm (200 BC to 100 BC)|
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Wilfried Pieper; 2013. Ancient Indian Coins Revisited. Classical Numismatic Group, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States.
Deer standing right, symbol behind deer's horn, crowned by two cobras above the horn. Godess Lakshmi is standing next to the deer.
Legend in Prakrit (Brahmi script, from left to right)
Lettering: Rajnah Kunindasya Amoghabhutisya maharajasya ("Great King Amoghabhuti, of the Kunindas").
Stupa (6-arched hill) with a crescent surmounted by the Buddhist 'triratna' symbol , and surrounded by a swastika and a "Y" symbol to the left, and a tree in railing to the right, wavy line representing flowing river below the stupa.
Legend in Kharoshti script, from righ to left
Lettering: Rajnah Kunindasya Amoghabhutisya maharajasya ("Great King Amoghabhuti, of the Kunindas")
|ND (200 BC - 100 BC)|
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