|Lot 511. India, Lichhavi dynasty of Nepal. Amshuvarman. Ca. A.D. 605-621. Æ coin (25 mm, 13.69 g). Cow standing left with calf suckling underneath; Brahmi legend Kamadehi above / Winged lion standing left with front paw raised; Brahmi legend Sri Yamshuvarma written in straight line above. MNI 201; Rhodes, Gabrisch & Valdettaro, The Coinage of Nepal, 28. Rare.
Amshuvarman was Sivadeva's chief minister and the real power behind the throne, which he then took for himself around the year 605 AD.
Estimate: US$ 150