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English: Coin of the Gupta king Kumara Gupta I.

Obv: Bust of King Kumaragupta with headband decorated with crescents. Imitative of Indo-Greek coinage through the Western Kshatrapa, with ruler in profile circled by a pseudo-Greek legend ( Numismatic reference, also: ).
Rev: Garuda bird, circled by legend in Brahmi "Parama-bhagavata rajadhiraja Sri Kumaragupta Mahendraditya". Actual size: 14mm in diameter, 2.0g.

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