An oval seal, pointed at the top and bottom. It is surrounded by a raised rim about 2 cm wide on average and 0.9 cm high. The back has two knobs about 1 cm in diameter, probably serving to attach the seal to another object such as a copper plate. It is an alloy consisting of copper, silver and gold, about 63, 36 and 0.4 percent respectively.
- Event TypeCreatedPlaceBhitarī
- Event TypeRecordedPlaceBhitarīDatebefore 1886
- Event TypeStoredPlaceGovernment Museum, LakhnauDate1980
An oval seal about 8.6 cm high by 7.3 cm wide, soldered to the left edge of the plate. It shows in relief Garuḍa represented as a bird with outstretched wings, standing to the front. The seal is rotated 90° counterclockwise with respect to the inscription, i.e. Garuḍa's feet point toward the plate. The seal legend is below the effigy.
- Event TypeCreatedDate325-399 (uncertain)