Indo Sassanian Gurjara-Pratihara supremacy or related (northern India) Ca. 600-700 AD? Finn 2.2.x "Sri Sha", Maheshwari 1200-1206 While it may not seem like much, this coin is special because: - It is a relatively scarce variant; Maheshwari lists only 7, and the type was unknown to Deyell or Mitchiner. It is the third in my collection. - The legend is remarkably well struck; up to half of this general type (2.2) is so poorly struck that they are unidentifiable. - The star on the reverse (left, above the fire altar) is visible, a futher bit of evidence that these are predecessors of the more common Sri Ha, not successors as argued by Maheshwari. - The left attendant seems to have a highly stylized but still articulated hand, with a thumb and large finger. Feel free to share anything related, or anything you are either waiting on, lost, or eventually received during the pandemic!