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Rare World Coins from India, Greece, Rome and Japan

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  1. Rare World Coins from India, Greece, Rome and Japan

  2. These rare coins of the world were issued during the reign of Kumaragupta - I from Gupta Empire, somewhere between 415 AD and 455 AD. This gold dinar weighs around 7 to 8 grams. • The obverse side depicts a king holding ankush, seated on an elephant, attendant sitting behind holding a chattra on his head. The reverse side depicts a Goddess standing on a lotus, holding the stalk of a lotus in left hand and a lotus flower in her right hand.

  3. These valuable Coins from around the world were issued for the state of Macedonia from Greece during the rule of Phillip II between 359 BC and 336 BC. This gold Stater weighs 17.2 grams. • The obverse side of these world coins depict the forepart of a bridled Horse to the right, along with the inscription "QRTHDST'". The reverse side shows a palm tree with two date clusters and an inscription "MHNT"

  4. These stunning rare world coins were issued by the Julio-Claudian dynasty ruler, Augustus of Rome. This Gold Aureus weighs around 7.30 grams and were die-struck between 19 BC and 18 BC at Pergamum mint. • The obverse side shows the head of Augustus facing right with legend "AVGVSTVS" while the reverse side shows Capricon facing right with the legend "SIGNIS RECEPTIS"

  5. These rare coins of the world were issued for Tokugawa Shogunate of Japan during the rule of Iyemitsu between 1636 and 1656. They bore the denomination Mon and were cast in Copper, bronze or brass at Edo (Tokyo) and Sakamoto. • The obverse side features a Japanese Inscription that translates to Kwan-Ei (Kanei) Tsu-Ho, while the reverse side is left blank.

  6. If you want to build an impressive world coin collection, you must keep researching about rare and unique varieties. • So, get immersed in the world of coins and enjoy exploring world history in an exciting new way!