When I received the package, I opened the coins up with my wife looking over my shoulder. She's not crazy about how much some coins cost, but she appreciates how old they are and has commented on how beautiful many look. These, however, didn't make that grade. "Well those are stupid. I hope you didn't pay too much for them." So, without further ado, here are my "stupid" coins. I actually hope to buy more in the future, since they're not too expensive, but I may have to hide the package. The dating of these coins is controversial, but I'm referencing Gupta & Hardaker, who seem to be the most respected source. Below is my representative of Chandragupta Maurya, though it could equally be from his son Bindusara. Date c. 4th-3rd century BCE Weight 3.15 gm. Dimensions 16 x 14 mm. Series Va Reference GH 479 The next one I just thought was cool because of the three little people. It's supposedly from a bit after Asoka, though I've seen other sites attribute these coins to him. Date c. 210-190 BCE Weight 3.43 gm. Dimensions 14 x 14 mm. Series VII Reference GH 586 Finally, this one I thought was very interesting because it may align with the time and place of Buddha. It's from the time of Bimbisara and Ajatashatru. Buddha supposedly lived some time in Magadha, where this coin is from. Of course, since both the birth and death dates of Buddha and the period of this coin are debated, that's just a conjecture. Date c. 6th-5th century BCE Weight 3.34 gm. Dimensions 23 - 27 mm. Series I Reference GH 128 It would be great to see some of your "stupid" coins!