|Lot 491. India, Lichhavi dynasty of Nepal. Amshuvarman. Ca. A.D. 605-621. Æ coin (21 mm, 12.19 g). Cow standing left with calf suckling underneath; Brahmi legend Kamadehi above / Winged lion standing left with front paw raised; Brahmi legend Sriyamshuvarma above. MNI 201; Rhodes, Gabrisch & Valdettaro, The Coinage of Nepal, 28. Rare.
Amshuvarman was Sivadeva's chief minister and was the real power behind the throne, which he then took for himself around the year 605 AD.
Estimate: US$ 125