Lot of 50 various copper drachms minted by the ancient Kushano-Sassanians. The group includes a variety of types, including some scarcer ones. The size ranges from 13mm to 16mm. The buyer will receive the exact 50 coins shown above. SKU XL22-53406
Cheap lot, the coins, as typical for these, are worn or poorly struck.
The Indo-Sassanids, Kushano-Sassanids or Kushanshas (also Indo-Sassanians) were a branch of the Sassanids who established their rule in the northwestern Indian subcontinent during the third and fourth centuries at the expense of the declining Kushans. They were in turn displaced in 410 by the invasions of the Huna people. They were able to re-establish some authority after the Sassanids destroyed the Hephthalites in 565, but their rule collapsed under Arab attacks in the mid 7th century.