Very stylized crowned bust (based on the Hunnic coins of Vasudeva), wearing winged and turreted headdress, SRI HA in Brahmi characters in front of the bust / Stylized fire altar with attendants on both sides. 23mm, 4.13 grams, decent silver. Mitchiner NIS 365ff; Maheshwari "Imitations in Continuity" #1030ff.
Decent silver, nice large coin. These coins are of unknown provenance - they are found in the Rajasthan and nearby areas, but it is uncertain who issued these coins. Mitchiner attributed them to the Pratihara-Palas (780-980 CE). There were also attempts to attribute them to the Gohillas of Mewar or to the Rashtrakuta governors of Gujarats. They are often attributed to Pratiharas, but they are from a slightly later and different issue, and that attribution is wrong. Mahrshwari, in "Imitations in Continuity" suggests they originate with the Chahamanas, who occupied Rajasthan in the likely period when these were struck - the hoard evidence Maheshwari gives supports this provenance.