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    Patan

    The August 2015 Hong Kong Auction, Coins and Paper Money

    PCGS MS-62 $200-$300 54724 17363M Mohar ° ° - ft 'mm ° PCGS MS-62 $200-$300 54725 Kingdom of Patan. Mohar, NS805 (ca. 1685). Narendra Malla (NS805-825 (1685-1705)). KM-332; YZ-580. Lightly circulated

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 16, No.1

    1/1/1982

    Malla rulers of Patan (1603-1768). Abbreviation s N.P - Negleman, Coins of Patanf Nepal 131 Hariharasimha (1603- 16 20 AD He was lord of Patan under his

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 18, No.4

    1/4/1984

    Mitchiner lists three mints Patan Ob Nazarbar Balhari 014 . for these, Patan, Nazarbar and Balhari. TIPU'S COINAGE - COPPER Tipu made use of 15 mints, though not all at the same time, nor for Bengalur

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 16, No.1

    1/1/1982

    Malla rulers of Patan (1603-1768). Abbreviation s N.P - Negleman, Coins of Patanf Nepal 131 Hariharasimha (1603- 16 20 AD He was lord of Patan under his

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 18, No.4

    1/4/1984

    Mitchiner lists three mints Patan Ob Nazarbar Balhari 014 . for these, Patan, Nazarbar and Balhari. TIPU'S COINAGE - COPPER Tipu made use of 15 mints, though not all at the same time, nor for Bengalur

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    Coins of the orient [07/16/1885]

    'A 1783) Patan m. Uncirculated. 6. Weighs 0.50 grams. F 3608. - 836 Silver lmideri or dollar (1199 am 178,7). Inscrip. on each side, numerous clusters of dots Iwtween the characters : dotted border. /

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 25, No.4

    1/4/1990

    or in the coin of the former rajah of Kathmandu and Patan,+ which is the established specie of the kingdom. (1) The circulation of their rupees, which were of a base standard, proved very beneficial t

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 36, No.4

    1/4/2001

    the kingdom of Patan (Nepal) yields more examples of numismatic hexagrams (11). From the southern (Hindu) Indian state of Travancore comes the small bronze cash shown IVi times actual size in Fig. 9.

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 36, No.8

    1/8/2001

    I of this essay I wondered whether the hexagram found on some coins of 1 7th and 18th century Patan (eg. Fig. 7) (14a) were purely decorative or whether they had religious significance. If one

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 15, No.10

    1/10/1981

    Patan and Bhatgaon, all ruled by Newar kings of the Malla dynasty. It was Kathmandu which was the most powerful of the three around 1600, since it controlled not only the trade route to Tibet, but als

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 17, No.1

    1/1/1983

    Patan and Bhadgaon, had issued silver coins since 1640 com- plying with a common standard of 5.4 gm. , the so-called Mohar-standard. These coins play an important part in the numismatic history of

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 17, No.5

    1/5/1983

    Patan Mint, Mysore 1/2 Paisa, Copper, Patan Similar to KM 123.5, Date 2221 Mint, KM 122.6, Arabic Letter Date Backward NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES, JAPANESE OCCUPATION During the years 1942 and 1943, the

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 18, No.4

    1/4/1984

    were struck at Patan, although he used other mints. His pagodas are three types. The Nagar one retained the initial/ mint name and regnal year; a second type omits the mint name by the initial. The

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 18, No.4

    1/4/1984

    Tipu 2 Rupees Patan, only the last named striking the 2 Rupees and the small frac- tional pieces. Stephen Album considers the 1/2 Rupee to be the rarest issue. In view of the small weights of the

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    The Bankers Magazine [vol. 45]

    /1891

    In Jhalra Patan, in Jhalawar, the native bankers are the chief media for the transfer of revenue from the cultivators to the Rana, the theory that the state is the lord of the soil, being carried out

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 25, No.4

    1/4/1990

    or in the coin of the former rajah of Kathmandu and Patan,+ which is the established specie of the kingdom. (1) The circulation of their rupees, which were of a base standard, proved very beneficial t

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 36, No.4

    1/4/2001

    the kingdom of Patan (Nepal) yields more examples of numismatic hexagrams (11). From the southern (Hindu) Indian state of Travancore comes the small bronze cash shown IVi times actual size in Fig. 9.

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 36, No.8

    1/8/2001

    I of this essay I wondered whether the hexagram found on some coins of 1 7th and 18th century Patan (eg. Fig. 7) (14a) were purely decorative or whether they had religious significance. If one

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 15, No.10

    1/10/1981

    Patan and Bhatgaon, all ruled by Newar kings of the Malla dynasty. It was Kathmandu which was the most powerful of the three around 1600, since it controlled not only the trade route to Tibet, but als

    Read more

    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 17, No.1

    1/1/1983

    Patan and Bhadgaon, had issued silver coins since 1640 com- plying with a common standard of 5.4 gm. , the so-called Mohar-standard. These coins play an important part in the numismatic history of

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 17, No.5

    1/5/1983

    Patan Mint, Mysore 1/2 Paisa, Copper, Patan Similar to KM 123.5, Date 2221 Mint, KM 122.6, Arabic Letter Date Backward NETHERLANDS EAST INDIES, JAPANESE OCCUPATION During the years 1942 and 1943, the

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 18, No.4

    1/4/1984

    were struck at Patan, although he used other mints. His pagodas are three types. The Nagar one retained the initial/ mint name and regnal year; a second type omits the mint name by the initial. The

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 18, No.4

    1/4/1984

    Tipu 2 Rupees Patan, only the last named striking the 2 Rupees and the small frac- tional pieces. Stephen Album considers the 1/2 Rupee to be the rarest issue. In view of the small weights of the

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    Coins of the orient [07/16/1885]

    Patanboscis and tail bent downward, square flag with characters, and four tongues of flames above. Patan in.

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    Public Auction 11

    2: Patan or Afghan sultans of Hindustan; 3: Kings of the East; 4: Patan sultans & governors of Bengal; 5: Moghul emperors of Hindustan; 6: Tfpu Sultan of Mysore; 7 : Ancient Hindu; 8: South of India;

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    Coins of the Islamic World

    Patan AH 1200. 3.42 grams. KM 129. About As Struck. (80-100) 261 Tipu Sultan. AV Pagoda, Patan AM 1221 3.39 grams. KM 129a. Choice Uncirculated. (= 1793). (90-110) THE NAWABS OF AWADH 262 Ghazi al-Din

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    The August 2015 Hong Kong Auction, Coins and Paper Money

    Stack’s Bowers and Ponterio • The August 2015 Hong Kong Auction NEPAL 54730 Kingdom of Patan. Mohar, NS829 (ca. 1709). Mahindra Malla (NS829-835 (1709-15)). KM-370; YZ-587. Slight uneven strike, with

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 24 - 26

    1/7/1889

    Patan, Khalif and Mogul, in mediaeval ; and Venetian, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, and English, in mod- ern times. A review, seriatim, of the coins of each of these various dynasties, following down eac

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vol. 46

    /1912

    Of those issued by the kingdom of Patan or Lalitapur we find mohars of Sid- dhi Narasimha, dated 751 n. s. (1631), and Jaya Srinivasa Malla, dated 781 n. s. (1661). The last ruler to make these

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    A Manual of Gold and Silver Coins of all Nations

    1/1/1842

    Struck at Patan, (Seringapatam,) year 1218. (A.D. 1803.) 9. Ducat of Fatha Ali, Shah of Persia. $2 23. 10. Toman of the same. S3 04. Obverse. Struck in Tabriz, the seat of majesty. 1240. (A.D. 1824.)

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    Calcoin News, vol. 16, no. 4

    1/9/1962

    The Netherlands lost Masuli- patan in 1759 and Negapatnam to the English in 1784. The remaining Neth- erlands’ possessions in India were handed over in 1824 to the British in exchange for certain

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    NI Bulletin

    1/8/1977

    mint name of Chandor Gwalior Lingen-ONS Jhalra Patan, mint, Kotah State Webb Kachar Kingdom, mints, Assam, 1531-1850, rare Gupta/CCS Kalkatah (Calcutta) mint name on coins Jackson/Cr/Pr Kanauj, mint,

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 25, No.9

    1/9/1990

    near Patan. Later the old arsenal and mint building was converted into a prison. 2 - The dies made in Calcutta were probably those with the unusually formed Nagari numbers in the date, i.e. KM. 724,

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 27, No.5

    1/5/1992

    Patan, and Khatmandu), and these struck silver mohurs, as they were called, of the nominal value of half a rupee. The coins were at first not struck specially for Tibetan use, but were so afterwards.

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 16, No.1

    1/1/1982

    Why bom 20 Rare and Unique Coins of the Malla King« of Patan, by Dr, K. Gabrisoh — 9 Thaddeus Kosciusko - Freedom Fighter American Style, by Lee Grossman 22 DEPARTMENTS Book Reviews — 26 Contents of

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 16, No.1

    1/1/1982

    6 AD) With the reign of this king began the period of short-Lived kings and powerful regents in Patan (1705-1722 AD). 7. Ail Mohur Diam. 26 mm. Wt. 5.454 gm. Obv. : Shvi 2 Jaya Lokapvokasha Malla

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 16, No.1

    1/1/1982

    Both kingdoms Kathmandu and Patan were united under Mahindrasimha from 1717 til 1722. 13

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 16, No.1

    1/1/1982

    Tej Narasimha Malla (1765-17 68 AD) He was the last ruler of Patan. 25. AR Mohar Diam. 28.0 mm 5.200 gm. Obv.: In the centre small square with lion (=simha) to left. In the angles of the figures the

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 16, No.1

    1/1/1982

    - Coinage of Yoganarendra Malla to Indra Malla of Patan (J.Num. S. Ind. vol XXXIII, P.II, 93-113, pi . 50 . 18

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 17, No.1

    1/1/1983

    Yoga Narendra Malla (Patan) - Forgery 6. Chakravartendra Malla (Kathmandu) - Forgery 8

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 17, No.1

    1/1/1983

    . > > Inscription illegible Fantasy 16. Inscription illegible - Fantasy 17. Yoga Narendra Malla (Patan) - Forgery 11

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 17, No.1

    1/1/1983

    Rajya Prakash Mai la (Patan) - Forgery 21. Inscription illegible - Fantasy 22. Bhupatindra Malla (Bhadgaon) - Forgery 12

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 17, No.3

    1/3/1983

    "AMOLIS — Primitive Money from ETHIOPIA" (October) "Rare and Unique Coins of the Mai la Kings of Patan" (January) "Small Cash Coins of Ryukyu" (May) "The Surat Mahmudi - Mystery Coin of India" (May)

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 18, No.4

    1/4/1984

    11.5 gms (170 2 Paisa 3 Copper 3 Patan Mint 3 1222 Maludi Era grains). The fractional issues were the 1/2, tolerably common, the 1/4 and the 1/8. These last two are not common and seem hard to find in

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 18, No.4

    1/4/1984

    Tipu Fanams with Initial obverse and Patan/Date reverse The son Tipu struck a lot of gold. For the fanams (.34 gms) he re- tained his father's initial on the obverse, in place of the Hindu deities,

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    Numismatics International Bulletin, Vol. 20, No.6

    1/6/1986

    Lalitpur/Patan and Bhaktapur/Bhadgaon) by trying to seal off the trade routes connecting the Kathmandu valley to Tibet. These events took place between 1754 and 1768, and could ex- plain Ao-Hiu's

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 24 - 26

    1/7/1889

    Patan, Khalif and Mogul, in mediaeval ; and Venetian, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, and English, in mod- ern times. A review, seriatim, of the coins of each of these various dynasties, following down eac

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vol. 46

    /1912

    Of those issued by the kingdom of Patan or Lalitapur we find mohars of Sid- dhi Narasimha, dated 751 n. s. (1631), and Jaya Srinivasa Malla, dated 781 n. s. (1661). The last ruler to make these

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    American Journal of Numismatics (Series One), Vols. 23 - 25

    /1888

    Patan, Khalif and Mogul, in mediaeval ; and Venetian, Portuguese, Danish, Dutch, and English, in mod- ern times. A review, seriatim , of the coins of each of these various dynasties, following down

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    A Manual of Gold and Silver Coins of all Nations

    1/1/1842

    Struck at Patan, (Seringapatam,) year 1218. (A.D. 1803.) 9. Ducat of Fatha Ali, Shah of Persia. $2 23. 10. Toman of the same. S3 04. Obverse. Struck in Tabriz, the seat of majesty. 1240. (A.D. 1824.)

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