fragment; ceramic (?) coin mould; round with multiple moulds on each side (1 plus partial (recto); 2 partial (verso)). mould depressions are 2.0 to 2.1 cm in diameter and decorated on both sides, though verso is badly eroded. drain channels extend toward disk center from each mound round.
Alfred Emerson and Bancroft Library (UC Berkeley)
Khokrakot Mound, Haryana State, India
Culture or time period:
Yaudheya confederation (500 BC–1200 AD)
Alfred Emerson and B. Sahni
7.5 Issued Currency and Associated Containers
October 5, 1987
Asia (except western Russia)
width 3.6 centimeters, height 0.4 centimeters, and diameter 9 centimeters
From Dr. B. Sahni, Lucknow, India, as a token of high esteem. 5-12-1938.