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Nepal copper 1 Pana Sri Mananka typeThese rarely seen, early, copper 1 Pana coins are the first coins of Nepal.  They bear the legend “Sri Mananka”. They were originally thought to have been issued by king Manadeva I between 464 to 497AD.  More recent research places them in the reign of king Sivadeva I, who reigned from 576 to 605AD.  The thick coins are approximately 24 to 26mm in diameter. They picture a standing lion with a raised paw on one side and a seated female deity on the other