Srieedharji, Thank you for your earlier response. Could you please let me the below 2 coins are also Shamsuddin Iltutmish.? There is a distinct " visharga" on the horseman side after the "Sri hamira " which I did not see in the earlier coins.
Dear Subho. The billon coins are of Iltutmish.Though the condition of them is not promising, sufficient things remain to do a reasonable attribution. Second coin may need a little more deeper look. "visarga" after "hamira" is very common. Presumably it is due to Sanskrit influence on Sarada script. Some coins may not show this. That in itself is a theme for research! The last coin does not show any script. Without interpreting what is written, we cannot attribute this variety of coins.Thanks
Thank you Sreedharji for sharing this list. I find it fascinating that a theme that has spread across centuries and different dynasties. ( started by samanta deva?). I remember reading in your opening commentary.
@:numismatist_hemu I have tried to attribute as many as I could. The first coin shows "adina" in Sarada script above the bull. That could be "(Shams)adina" or "(Rukn)adina" or though less likely, even "(Muiz)adina". But typologically, it is of Shamsudin Iltutmish.