Paramaras of Malwa, (13th century AD), Gadhiyya paisa, Debased Silver (Billon) Dramma, 4.36 gms, 13.28 mm, Degenerate Indo-Sasanian Gadhiyya Type head to the right on the obverse with “sri” to the left of the bust & a “fish hook” to the right of the effigy, Interestingly the reverse shows a war / battle scene depicting a horseman brandishing a sword, Mitchiner attributed this coin type to the Silaharas of the Konkan, Although Deyell as well as Maheshwari assigns it to the Paramaras and Maheshwari also suggests it was issued to celebrate their recovery of Malwa in c. 1190. Deyell 167, Mitchiner Non-Islamic 649-52, Fine+, Very Scarce. MID 211
Metal : Debased Silver (Billon)
Weight : 4.36 Grams
Diameter : 13.28 Millimeter
100 % Original Coin.Condition as per Scan Photo / Scan.
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