copper stater- Raja Raja Chola (985-1014), 4.2g obverse shows standing king smelling a lotus next to a lamp, pellets to his right, reverse shows seated king blowing a conch, and the letters Raja Raja in Nagari legends. silver denarius- Rajendra Chola (1014-1044), 2.96g Commemorative coin of Rajendra Chola conquering the neighboring kingdoms of Chera, and Pandya, depicted as the royal emblems-Cholan tiger, flanked by the Pandyan twin fish to its right, and the Cheran bow behind the tiger, all under the single rule symbolized by the umbrella, also there are two lamps on the either end of the fish and the bow to denote auspiciousness. And the legends in Nagari states, Uttama Chola, actually the name of his great uncle, but some say this coin was actually from the time of Uttama Chola (970-985) but it's highly unlikely that he managed to bring his neighbors under control. This coin is not related to the Roman denarius whatsoever, but the size, shape, and weight just reminds me of one! Gold 1/8 Kahavanu- Rajendra Chola (1014-1044), 0.45g Also a commemorative coin with the obverse showing the same imagery, however the reverse reads Yudha-malla, one who's strong in wars. The copper coin was my first ancient coin I got back in 2013, and ever since i've actively started collecting coins a couple of years ago I wanted to put together a set like this, and a funny thing is the silver coin is much harder to come buy and paid as much as the gold one in even this ratty condition!