KUSH-14 Click on image for enlargement.

Indian Coins, Kushan. Huvishka I , 150-190 AD, Gold Dinar 8.04 g. 18.2 mm. die-axis 12 o'clock.

Obverse: Bactrian legend around ÞAONANOÞAO OOΗÞKIKOÞANO The King of Kings, Huvishka the Kushan. Upper part of the king facing, head left, emerging from clouds, diadem, wears rounded helmet, and chlamys over armour, holds a mace in raised right hand, elephant goad in left hand, flames on right shoulder.

Reverse: MAO and MIIÞO in Bactrian script, MAO, MIIPO. Beard moon-god standing facing, head right, diadem; crescent behind shoulders; hold in right hand, scepter, bound with fillet; in left hand elephant goad: and sun-god standing facing, head left, radiate; right hand advanced; in left hand a scepter, bound with fillet; between them a royal symbol (tamgha), a border of dots.

          The coin is die-identical with the specimen in the collection of the British Museum, London, England. (783757001).

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