GUPT-17 Click on image for enlargement.

Indian Coins, Gupta. Chandragupta II , 375-414 AD, Gold Dinar 7.58 g. 19.2 mm. die-axis 11 o'clock. Lion-triumpler type.

Obverse: Part of legend around DEVA SRI MAHARAJA DHIRAJA SRICHANDRAGUPTASYA in Gupta-Bramhi script, his Majesty Sri Chandragupta, Great King of Kings. King standing facing, head left, wearing a waistcloth and jewellery, left hand raised above shrouder and right hand holds a bow, pointing towards and shooting an arrow at the lion which falls back with open mouth, the king leg advanced trampling the lion with his right foot, sash flowing from waist.

Reverse: SIMHA VIKRAMA in Gupta-Bramhi script, valorous like a lion. Goddess Lakshmi with halo around head seated on a recumbent lion facing left, wearing lower garments, and a shawl, jewellery. Right hand outstretched in front of her, holding the stem of a lotus, left hand resting on lions haunch.

          There are several variations of this type, because of different dies.
A very rare genuine gold coin of the Gupta Imperial mints, solid gold coin not a filled metal electrotypes / reproductions.