INVENTORY LIST OF COINS FOUND OR
PREPARED FROM NOTES OF
S. W. BUSHELL, M. D., C. M. G.,
PROFESSOR OF SANSKRIT IN THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
L COINS FROM TOGUJAI, MOJI.
(See above, pp. Ito sqq.)
a. 78 Muhammadan copper coins of the type described by Dr. Hoernle, Report on C.-A. ant., i. pp. 32 sqq., and tentatively attributed by him to ' Sulayman Khagan'. They seem to bear the name of the Caliph Al-Musta`sim, 1242-1258 A.D. See Pl. XC, Nos. 45, 46 (both belonging to Dr. Hoernle's second variety, comp. his Pl. I, fig. 3r).
9 Muhammadan copper coins, probably of Muhammad Arslan Khan (see Hoernle, loc. cit., i. p. 30).
3 small copper coins not identified.
28 Muhammadan copper coins, apparently mostly of Sulaymân Khâgan'; see Pl. XC, No. 47 (cf. Hoernle, PI. I, fig. 31).
19 Chinese copper coins, small, with the legend Ch'ienyüan chung pao, of Chien-yüan period (758-759 A. D.).
4 Chinese copper coins, with same legend, large. 12 non-Chinese copper coins, not identified.
II. COINS PURCHASED AT YÔTKAN.
(See above, pp. 203 sqq.)
a. Copper coins purchased at site, Oct. i6, 'goo.
r coin of Kujula-kara-kadphises (comp. Cunningham, .Numism. Chronicle, 1892, Pl. IV, 9); see Pl. LXXXIX, No. r. 2 coins of Kaniska ; probably Brit. Mus. Cat., No. 52.
I Chinese coin unknown to Chinese numismatists ; first
character yü second perhaps fun; see Pl. LXXXIX,
No. 5, and above, p. 205.
I Chinese coin with the legend Hou-ch`üan (comp. Lockhart,
i. p. 14, Nos. 95-102); see PI. LXXXIX, No. II.
2 Chinese coins with legend Wu-chu.
26 Chinese coins of Chien-yüan period (758-759 A. D. ); see Pl. XC, Nos. z8, 29.
5 Chinese coins of Ta-li period (766-779 A. D.) ; see P1. XC, No. 32.
26 coins undetermined, owing to very poor preservation; several among them may be small Sino-Kharosthi pieces.
Copper coins purchased at Yôtkan, Nov. 27, 1900. 2 Sino-Kharosthi coins, small.
I Chinese coin with legend Wu-chu.
9 Chinese coins of Chien-yüan period (758-759 A.D.), large.
4 Chinese coins of Chien-yüan period, small.
I Chinese coin of Ta-li period (766-779 A. D.), small.
2 Chinese coins of Tang dynasty, undeciphered.
4 Chinese coins of Sung dynasty, periods Yüan-fêng (1078-85 A. D.) and Yüan-yu (1086-93 A. D.) ; see PI. XC, Nos. 36, 37.
I Muhammadan coin, probably of Muhammad Arslân. 7 Muhammadan coins, small, uncertain.
c. Copper coins purchased at Ybtkan, April 28, Igo'.
I Chinese coin with legend rai yuan lung pao, of type first issued by Kao tsu—and by his successors for nearly a hundred years. See Pl. LXXXIX, No. 24.
17 Chinese coins of Ch'ien-yüan period (758-759 A. D.), several fragmentary.
3 Chinese coins of Ta-li period (766-779 A. D.). 2 Chinese coins, illegible.
I unperforated coin, illegible.