Paramara India, circa Malwa region Mid-12th century (Possibly 1142-1144) BI Dramma Obv: Degenerate Gadhaiya type head without face, conch shape spirals counterclockwise away from head (Distinctive Nose), remnant of ribbons before, all within sea of pellets Rev: (Sri) Jai Ta Va / (Ma) De Va in early Nagari, pellets surrounding Finn 1.6.7 (tentatively), Maheshwari 946-955 R3 (approx. 20-30 known) (Image credit Pankaj Tandon, CoinIndia) Unfortunately, unlike the other Gadhaiya with rulers' names, this one has not been pinpointed to a particular ruler with 100% accuracy, due to the number of Paramara rulers whose names approximate Jaitavama Deva. Top candidates include Jaya Varma I (1142-44), Jaitugideva (1235-42) or Jaya Varma II (1255-75), with Pankaj Tandon arguing for the former and Maheshwari for the latter. It's a fascinating debate, but personally I am inclined toward Jaya Varma I. Regardless, the type is quite rare, represented by ten coins in the British Museum (cited by Maheshwari), about six sold by Pankaj Tandon on Vcoins over the past few years, and now this one.