KUSH-04 Click on image for enlargement.

Indian Coins, Kushan. Kanishka I , 127-150 AD, Gold Dinar 8.21 g. 18.7 mm. die-axis 10 o'clock.

Obverse: Bactrian legend around ÞAONANOÞAO KANΗÞKI KOÞANO The King of Kings, Kanishka the Kushan. The king standing facing, head left, wearing helmet and diadem, clad in coat and trousers, and cloak; a sword at his waist, flames on shoulder, holding a spear in his left hand, and elephant goad in his right hand, sprinkling incense over fire altar left.

Reverse: ΛÞOOAΣΠO in Bactrian script, IROOASPA. Bearded deity Drvaspa (a Zoroastrian god of horse), standing facing, head right, diadem clad in sleeved tunic, holding out a wreath over the head of a horse beside him facing right, a royal symbol (tamgha) in right field, a border of dots.

          There are two variations, because of different dies.
An extremely rare genuine gold coin of the Kushan Imperial mints, solid gold coin not a filled metal electrotypes / reproductions.