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CHINGGIS KHAN
AV Dinar. With name of CHINGGIS KHAN. Ghazna 618AH. Obverse: The Great Lord Chinggis Khan. Reverse: Kalima and name of Nasir, Abbasside Caliph at Baghdad.
A-1964. 28mm 3.28g 001CHG0010
Chinggis Khan
.AV dinar. Minted probably in Samarqand between 1221-1227. Known ONLY pie
ce. Obv: Great Chingiz Khan”. Rev: Kalima. 22mm. 4.89g. A1964.RRR. 2018GMH001
Chinggis Khan
.AV dinar. Minted in Bukhara between 1221-1227. Known 5-7 pieces.
Obv: Great Chingiz Khan”. Rev: Bukhara and Kalima. 22mm. 2.36g. A1964 .RRR 2018GMH002
AV dinar of Chinggis Khan. With name of ruler. Minted in Balkh between 1221-1227. Arabic legend.
Knows only piece. Obv: Great Chinggis Khan”. Rev: Kalima. 23mm. 4.25g. A-1964 RRR. 2018GMH003
Chinggis Khan. AV dinar. Wakhish mint. Rabi-Al-Ahir (June 1221).
Wakhish – present day in Tajikstan Republic.
TOLUI – son of Chinggis khan, had captured and plundered Marw in April, 1221. After that he went to Nishapur, which he captured after 4 days of it’s citizens resistance and went to Herat. On this way he received his father’s order to join his army in Balkh, Badakhshan. There Chinggis khan had a some break capturing Ghazna and before continuing to pursue Jalal Ad Din of Khwarism. The Wakhsh was lokated at 90 miles of Balkh in Northwest of Badakhshan.
Obv: Bow tamgha on the bottom of the obverse.
Rev: Kalima and Nasir name23.9mm, 3.6g 2018GMH004
Great Mongol Empire.
Chingiz Khan. AH 602-624 / AD 1206-1227. AV Dinar (27mm, 7.40 g, 7h). Ghazna (Ghazni) mint. Dated AH 618 (AD 1221/2).
Obv: "Khan of Khans, The Just, The Most Mighty, Chingiz Khan," in four lines; "Struck was this dinar in the city of Ghazna in the months of the year eighteen and six hundred,” in margin
Rev: Kalima and "al-Nasir ed-Din Allah/Amir al-Muminin" in four lines across field; Quran 9:33 in outer margin.
27mm, 7.40 g, 7h.
Nyamaa 1; Spengler p. 16-18; CNR XXI, 1 (Spring 1996), 245-30-35; SNA Tübingen XIVd, -; Album 1964. VF, small deposit on reverse, double struck, areas of flatness. Heaviest recorded specimen 2018GMH005
Silver washed AE coin of Chinggis khan. Samarqand 1221.
Obverse: “ONGI“ Tamgha and Bow in the center. “To be circulated in Samarqand” - on sides.
Reverse: “Chinggis Khan. Coin of Chinggis Khan”
Only coin with Tamgha of this type. Extremely Rare. 2018GMH006
CHINGGIS KHAN
AR dirham with name of Chinggis Khan. Ghazna type. NM. ND. Three dots to the left. One dot at its usual place.
Obverse: The Great Khagan, Chinggis Khan. Reverse: Al Nasir Li-Din Allah. Name of Caliph at Baghdad.
A-1967. R.
18mm 3.12g 001CHG0020
CHINGGIS KHAN
AR dirham with name of Chinggis Khan. Ghazna type. NM. ND. Different design of legend.
Obverse: The Great Khagan, Chinggis Khan. Reverse: Al Nasir Li-Din Allah. Name of Caliph at Baghdad.
A-1967. R.
15mm 2.4g 001CHG0021
CHINGGIS KHAN
AR dirham with name of Chinggis Khan. Ghazna type. NM. ND. Unusual as there are three dots in place of one.
Obverse: The Great Khagan, Chinggis Khan. Reverse: Al Nasir Li-Din Allah. Name of Caliph at Baghdad.
A-1967. R.17mm 2.9g 001CHG0022
Silver dirham of Chinggis Khan (Third type). without mint name. Ghazni type. NM.ND
Obv. “Great Chinggis Khan” in arabic. Rev: Name of Nasir, Caliph at Baghdad. 2018GMH007
Chinggis Khan (603-624AH/1206-1227AD).
AR dirham with name of Chinggis Khan. Ghazna type. NM.ND.
A-1967. 18mm, 3.24g. With loop attached for jewelry .
A pendant hook has been attached to the obverse side
of the coin. This indicates that the coin was used
as a necklace. The studies of old Mongol coins have
shown that it was common practice to wear coins as
necklaces and this one is a good example
(SA.L209-337.November 2005). 2018GMH008
temp.Chinggis Khan (603-624AH/1206-1227AD).
AE jital, Kurraman, ND
A-1970. RR. 3.13g, (SA206 L142 August 2005),
Obv: Bull and mint name on ( Kurraman) bull's body.
Rev: Name of Abbasside Caliph at Baghdad
Al Nasir Li-Din –Allah 2018GMH009
temp.Chinggis Khan.
AE silver washed dirham. Ghazna type. NM,ND.
32mm 4.4g 001CHG0041
CHINGGIS KHAN
Anonymous bow type AE Jital. Date less. Qunduz mint. 618AH.1221AD.
Obverse: mint name. A'dl. bow and arrow.
A-1972., Tye 334.1, MWI 913. 21mm 4.1g 001CHG0031
CHINGGIS KHAN
Anonymous bow type AE Jital. Date less. Qunduz mint. 618AH.1221AD.
Obverse: mint name. A'dl. bow and arrow.
A-1972., Tye 334.1, MWI 913. 21.5mm 4.2g 001CHG0032
CHINGGIS KHAN
AE Broad Dirham.Ghazna type. Obverse: THE GREAT OF THE GREAT CHINGGIS KHAN . Reverse: Kalima. NM, ND.
A-A-1968. RRR. 29mm 2.5g 001CHG0030
CHINGGIS KHAN
Anonymous. AE Jital. "Khagan", Tye 332 , NM, ND. 15mm 3.0g 001CHG0040
CHINGGIS KHAN
Anonymous. AE Jital. "Al Khagan Al-a'dil Al-a'zam", Ghazna type. ND. A-1969. 15mm 4.1g 001CHG0050
Temp. CHINGGIS KHAN
Anonymous. AE Jital. An Nasir type. Ghazna type. ND. 22mm 3.5g 001CHG0060
temp.Chinggis Khan.
AE billon Jital. Kurraman mint , ND. Obverse: Khagaan / Al mu? A?zam. Kurraman. Reverse: AlNasir Li-Din Allah.
A-1967A. RR 18mm 2.9g 001CHG0042
AV dinar. Temp. Ogodei Khan (1227-1241). Minted in Qorum (Qara Qorum , the capital city Great Mongol Empire, present day in Mongolia).
Obverse: At this point the inscription on this side has not been completely interpreted yet. Hovewer, the last line at the bottom reads the word “KHORM” (ХОРУМ) in mongol script for Qara Qorum as the place where the coin was minted. This inscription is similar to the ones on the coin of Ogodei and Guyug khans, which have Qara Qorum's name inscribed as “KHORM”. The reverse margin has date and mint, but mint, but the mint name is flan, and sections “fi shuhur sana thalatin ” - that means “in the months of the year 30”. This coin was minted approximately in 630AH/1230AD during Ogodei khan's reign.
Reverse: Kalima and name of the Caliph Nasir of Baghdad.
24mm. 4.43g. Extremely rare. 2018GMH018
Silver coin of Ogodei khan.
It is a silver coin with the mint name Qarah Qorum (QRH QRM) and struc in the year (6)35/1237AD.
The coin was found during excavations be the Mongolian Academy of Science and Bonn University (Germany) starting in 2000.
Obv: in the center “Allah”, on the left Degere Tamgha and under the word “Allah” mint name “Khorum”
in mongolian script.
Rev: Mint name on the top. Also, “Chandman” tamgha of three circles on the right. Date in around. 2018GMH012
AR dirham with Tamgha of Ogodei and Chaghatay.
Obv: Chaghatay Tamgha in circle on the center and around written “Yarligh Chagatay and Yarligh of Oktai” that means “Decree of Chaghatai and Ogodei”.
Rev: Tamgha of Ogodei.
15.5mm, 0.62g. RRR. Only piece at Russian State Hermitage Collection. 2018GMH013
Temp. UGUDEI KHAN
AR dirham. Bow type. Saray.
A-1973 19mm 2.8g 002UGD0010
Temp. UGUDEI KHAN
AR dirham. Bow type. Struck in North West Iran in 631AH/1233AD.
A-1973 21mm 2.9g 002UGD0020
Temp. UGUDEI KHAN
AR dirham. Jital style. 630-640AH. "be-dovvat-e aferidegar"- by the Power of the Creator".
A-1978K 15mm 3.2g 002UGD0030
UGUDEI KHAN (624-639AH / 1227-1241AD)
temp.Ugedei.AR dirham. Marv mint ( Present day in Turkmenistan).
Obv: Ugedei's "S" like (Degere Tamgha in mongolian) tamga and Bow tamga. Also “Money of Marv”
Rev: Kalima.
19mm. 2.1g. Very Rare. A-1973L 2018GMH026
UGUDEI KHAN
AR broad dirham. Samarqand 625AH. Obverse: UGUDEI KHAN's "S" tamga on the top.
Samarqand and environs of the city whoevers. Reverse: Does not carry will be criminal.
A-B1979. 39mm 8.8g 002UGD0040
UGUDEI KHAN (624-639AH/1227-1241AD)
AE broad dirham. Extremely rare type.
Obverse: UGUDEI KHAN's "DEGERE" tamga on the center. Qa'an- under the Tamgha.
In the external circle around - Struck this Dirham at Samarqand
- Six and ?? and six hundred (i.e. 6?6 AH)
Reverse: Within the 12 cornered central foil, the first word appears to be Madinah, the second word is illegible while the third word appears to be Samarqand: (Appears to be) "Madinah (Illegible)
Samarqand??" . (In the external circle around) Struck this Dirham at Samarqand - Six and ?? and six hundred (i.e. 6?6 AH) 39mm 5.5g 002UGD0045
UGUDEI KHAN
AR broad dirham. Samarqand . Obverse: UGUDEI KHAN's "S" tamga on the top. Samarqand and environs of the city whoevers. Reverse: Does not carry will be criminal.
A-B1979. 34mm 6.0g 002UGD0041
UGUDEI KHAN
AR broad dirham. Samarqand . Obverse: UGUDEI KHAN's "S" tamga on the top. ( Samarqand and environs of the city whoevers.) Reverse: (Does not carry will be criminal).
A-B1979. Davidovich.type5.Tabl2/3. 35mm 5.3g 002UGD0042
Great Mongol Khans. AR dirham minted in Imil (present day in Xingjian province, China)
Obverse: trident tamgha
Reverse: Imil mint
19mm. 0.9g
Comments by P.Petrov: Imil coinage, period of Qa'an Ogeday. He has granted his clan's appanage Imil to some his relative. This is a tamgha of that Ogeday's relative
Comments by Lindascoin:
Ogedeid AR dirham trident-tamgha on obverse , Imil mint, (644AH)
temp. Marli (or Melik Oglan ) 644-649AH Rare condition.This kind of coin is usually very poor.
Marli was last son of Ögedei .Marli became ruler of Ögedei Khanate in Imil when Güyük went to Qarah Qorum(the capital of The Great Mongols) as the Great Khan in 644AH
Imil is in Xinjiang of China. It is capital of Ögedei Khanate. z47899. 2018GMH021
UGUDEI KHAN (624-639AH / 1227-1241AD)
AR broad dirham. Imil ( Present day in Xinjiang. China). 639AH/ 1241AD
Obverse: UGUDEI KHAN's "S" like (Degere Tamgha in mongolian) tamga on the right and legend
“Tengri kuchundur" (By the power strength of Heaven).
Reverse: “Al Imam / Al azam” - Great Lord
18mm. 2.2g. Very Rare. z47899052
UGUDEI KHAN (624-639AH / 1227-1241AD)
AR broad dirham. Imil ( Present day in Xinjiang. China). 639AH/ 1241AD
Obverse: UGUDEI KHAN's "S" like (Degere Tamgha in mongolian) tamga on the right and legend
“Tengri kuchundur" (By the power strength of Heaven).
Reverse: “Al Imam / Al azam” - Great Lord
Temp. TURAKINA. Queen and Regent.
AR dirham. Bow type. "Ulugh mughul ulus beg"- Chief of the Great Mongol Nation.
A-1976. R 20mm 2.8g 003TUR0010
GREAT MONGOLS: Töregene, 1241-1246, AR dirham (2.90g), Nakhjawan, AH6[42], A-1976, horseman left, turning back to shoot an arrow, hare running below the horse, lovely example, choice Very Fine to Extremely Fine, 2018GMH010
GREAT MONGOLS: Töregene, 1241-1246, AR dirham (2.74g), Tabriz, AH642, A-1976, horseman left, turning back to shoot an arrow, hare running below the horse, lovely example, choice Very Fine,
2018GMH011
Temp. TOREGENE. 1241-1246. Queen and Regent.
AR thick dirham. NM, ND. Type struck at Balkh & Heart.
A-A1977. 12mm 3.1g 003TUR0011
Temp. TOREGENE. 1241-1246. Queen and Regen
AE fals of Great Mongol Khan. Probably minted in the period of Turakina Khatun (Queen Regent 639-644AH / 1241-1244AD).
Pulad mint (present day in Xinjiang province in China)
Obv: “Al adl / Al Azm” - The Great
Rev: Duriba Polad . Nestorian Cross over the word of Duriba.
20.18mm., 1.9 g 2018GMH023
 
GUYUG KHAN
AR dirham. With name of Guyug Khan. Obverse: By the power of God (Heaven). The State of Guyug Khan, the slave David the King. Reverse: 467 (Koronikon).
A-B1977, RRR. 21mm 2.4g 004GUG0010
GUYUG KHAN 644-647AH/ 1246-1249AD
AR dirham. temp. Guyug Khan.
Obverse: Guyug Khan's double circle (Ongin) Tamgha
Reverse: “A; Adl / Al -Malik”
14mm, 0.96 g RRR 2018GMH024
Silver Dirham .temp. Guyug Khan
This silver coin was minted in Qara Qorumduring the era of Guyug Khan.
Obv: the Tamgha in between the word “Allah”. Undermeathit, the word “Khorm” is written in mongolian script. This is referring to Qara Qorum.
Rev: The word “Al-Ordu-Al-Azam” (Great Palace) iz written in arabic. Undermeath it, “Khorum” is written in mongolian. This probably means that “The Great Palace was in Qara Qorum”.
17mm, 1.8g RRR.
2018GMH014
Obv: Guyug Khan's Tamgha above word of “Allah” and “Wahdahu” under the “Allah”.
The Tamgha of his Father Ogodei is located on the right.
Rev: Al-Ordu Al Azam and twin Tamgha of Ogodei.
19mm. 3.0g. Extremely rare. 2018GMH015
Silver dirham of Guyug Khan.
Obv: Guyug Khan's Tamgha above word of “Allah” and “Wahdahu” under the “Allah”.
Rev: Al-Ordu Al Azam and mint name as “Khorum”
18.7mm. 3.3g. Extremely rare. 2018GMH015.1
MONGHE KHAN
AR dirham. Tiflis. Monghe Khagan Al'azam Al'adil - Monghe, the Great, the just Khagan.
A-1977. 24mm 2.7g 005MUG0010
Great Khan Monghe.
AR dirham with name of ruler. Ganja mint (present day in Azerbaijan). 6X5AH (probably 655AH/1257AD)
Obv: Monghekhan, /Khagaan / ile / etil / – struck by khagaan Monghe.
Rev: Kalima
22mm. 2.8g. RRRRR. 2018GMH016
MONGHE KHAN
AR dirham. Tiflis. AH65x
Monghe Khagan Al'azam Al'adil - Monghe, the Great, the just Khagan.
Trudent tamgha of the MONGHE KHAN on the obverse & reverse.
A-1977. 22.5mm 2.61g 005MUG0021
MONGHE KHAN
AR dirham. Tiflis. Monghe Khagan Al'azam Al'adil - Monghe, the Great, the just Khagan.
Tamgha of the MONGHE KHAN on the obverse.
A-1977 23mm 2.7g 005MUG0020
MONGHE KHAN
AR dirham. Tiflis. Monghe Khagan Al'azam Al'adil - Monghe, the Great, the just Khagan.
David Star on the obverse and Tamgha of the MONGHE KHAN on the reverse.
A-1977 22mm 2.8g 005MUG0030
MONGHE KHAN
AR dirham. Bulghar. Tamgha of the MONGHE KHAN on the obverse and on the reverse.
Singatullina: plate1. #8
15mm1.0g
005MUG0040
MONGHE KHAN
AR dirham. Bulghar. Tamgha of the MONGHE KHAN on the obverse and on the reverse.Singatullina: plate1. #8
16mm1.0g
005MUG0050
MONGHE KHAN
AE Jital. Shafurqan 657/1259. Obverse: "Just Khan Monghe". Reverse: "The town of Shafurqan 657. Ramadan"
A-1978B.
15mm3.8g005MUG0060
MONGHE KHAN
AE Jital. Shafurqan 657/1259. Obverse: "Just Khan Monghe". Reverse: "The town of Shafurqan 657. Ramadan". Trident tamgha on the top.
A-1978B.
15mm3.5g005MUG0065
MONGHE KHAN
AE Pul, Bulghar. Obv: "Great Monghe". Rev: "Bulghar". MONGHE KHAN Tamgha on the both sides.
18mm1.7g005MUG0070
MONGHE KHAN
AR dirham. Imil. Tamgha of the MONGHE KHAN on the obverse.Xinjian numismatic #147.
20mm1.5g005MUG0080
Anonymous AR dirham with Tamgha of Great Khan Monghe. Imil mint 661AH/ 1261AD
Obverse: Trident tamgha in double Ongi
Reverse: Imil mint
18mm. 1.4g 2018GMH020
MONGHE KHAN
Great Mongol Khan. temp.Monghe Khagaan. Pulad mint 659AH
Clan Tamgha (trident) of Monghe Khagaan in circle.19mm1.0g005MUG0081
MONGHE KHAN
Great Mongol Khan. temp.Monghe Khagaan. Pulad mint 659AH
Clan Tamgha (trident) of Monghe Khagaan in circle.17mm1.2g005MUG0082
MONGHE KHAN
AV dinar with name of Monghe. "Monghe, Khan A-zam...". Lu'lu'id. Badr El-Din Lu'Lu.
(631-657 AH/1233-1258AD). Al-Mawsil 656AH.27mm6.8g005MUG0090
MONGHE KHAN
AE dirham with name of Monghe. "Monghe, Khan A-zam...". Lu'lu'id. Badr El-Din Lu'Lu.
(631-657 AH/1233-1258AD). Al-Mawsil 656AH.25mm6.8g005MUG0100
ARIG BUGA KHAN
AR dirham. Tirmidh. 660AH. "Tamgha of the Great Khan Arig Buga" on the obverse.18mm1.5g006ARB0010
ARIG BUGA KHAN
AR dirham Of Arigbuga Khan.
Qara Qorum mint (present day in Mongolia). Extremely rare.
Arigbuga Tamgha on both sides. 2018GMH017
ARIG BUGA KHAN.
AR dirham Nusrat Al-Din Berke (1257-1267)
Bulghar mint. ND.
Citing the Great Mongol Khan Arigbuqa (657-662AH/ 1260-1264AD)
Obverse: ArigBuka / Khan Al a-zam
Reverse: Zarb / Tamgha / Bulghar
14mm, 0.77g, A-2019D. Singatullina ?10 There is much debate about whether Arigbuqa was actually a Great Khan of Mongolia. Whatever the case, there is proof that Arigbuqa was in fact the Great king of Mongolia in a coin and tamgha released in the 13th century. The coin and the tamgha were used in the Golden Horde and Chagatai Khanate. There are even reports of such coins with the same tamgha being found in Khara Khorum. There is no other way to interpret the words ““Ariqbuqa / Khan al-Azam /Al-Adl” “ on the coin other than “Arigbuqa The Great Khan.” There is simply no other meaning. The trident tamgha on the back of the coin is very similar to the tamgha on the coin of Arigbuqa’s older brother Möngke Khan. However, the trident tamgha on ari Khan’s coin is unique in that the exact same tamgha is not found on any other coin. This shows that the coin is specific to Arigbuqa Khan only. In the Great Khuraldai of 1260 that took place in (orkhonii river valley), Arigbuqa was made Khan of Mongolia. This appointment was approved by both the Golden Horde and the Chagatai Khanate. As a show of their approval the Golden Horde and Chagatai Khanate released this coin. This is the closest explanation to the truth. There is no other coin in the world that bears the Great Arigbuqa Khan’s name and tamgha making this coin a unique and special part of Mongolian history. 2018.GMH025
ARIG BUGA KHAN
AR dirham. Bulghar. On the obverse: name of the Great Khan Arig Buga. On the reverse: Tamgha of the Arig Buga.11mm0.7g006ARB0020
ARIG BUGA KHAN
Great Mongol Khans. Temp.Arugbuga. AE broad dirham. Almaligh 657AH31mm5.1g006ARB0021
AR dirham, headless trident tamgha, Pulad (present day in Xingjian.China)
xx2 - (66)2 AH.
Obverse: Trident Tamgha in double Ongi
Reverse: Pulad mint
18mm. 1.6g.
Comments by P.Petrov: Pulad coinage. The owner of the tamgha is not known, there are different hypothesis, including Qubilay. 2018GMH022
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
AE broad dirham. "Yarly Khani" (Yarlik of the Khan) type. ND, NM. Probably struck in the Balkh 618 or 619AH/1221 or 1222AD.
A-1968.40mm8.74g007GRK0010
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
AE broad dirham. "Mengu Khani" (Khan's money) type. Otrar. 658AH/1260AD.
A-C1979.41.5mm5.9g007GRK0020
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
AE broad dirham. Samarqand mint 663AH. "In Samarqand inside outside who doesn't take will become a mercenary anda slave". (E.A. Davidovich. Denejnoe hozaistvo Srednei Azii..., Moscow. 1972. P.19, Samarqand. type 10).
A-B1979.38mm6.2g007GRK0030
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Anonymous AE broad dirham. Obverse: Kalima and name of mint ?Bukhara ?. 666AH Reverse: kalmia.
A-A1979.1. R Davidovich p.13. type 7.40mm6.74g007GRK0031
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Anonymous (probably temp,Monghe Khagan) AE broad dirham. ?Bukhara ?. 651AH.
Obverse: ?Mengu Khan? ? Coin of Khagan. Reverse: Kalima.
A-A1979.1. R Davidovich p.11. type 4
40mm6.8g007GRK0032
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Anonymous AE fals. Kashgar mint (Xinjiang). 675AH/1276AD.
Obverse: Large Trident Tamgha.
Reverse: Fylfot counterclockwise
22mm4.2g007GRK0033
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Anonymous AE fals. Pulad mint. Rare type.
Obverse: Large Trident Tamgha.
Reverse: Fylfot clockwise
23mm2.9g007GRK0034
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
AE broad dirham. Bukhara. In center of the obverse Chinese word "Ke"-Taxation. Reverse: Bukhara in Arabic.
A-A1972.2 RR.
40mm4.4g007GRK0040
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Anonymous AE Jital. Nimruz mint. Mongol Conquest of Nimruz.
Obverse: Qa-an al-Adil (Just Kaan). Reverse: Zarb Nimruz - Minted in Nimruz.
A-1973. R
13mm3.4g007GRK0041
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
AE dirham. Unknown type. Bukhara.
Obverse: Bukhara. Reverse: Mengu - probably name of Monghe Khagan.
31mm5.6g007GRK0050
GREAT MONGOL KHANS. UNKNOWN RULER
Khotan mint ND. Obverse: Tibetan word ?MAM? as tamgha in the center. Reverse: Al Ordu Al-a?zam.
21.6mm1.8g007GRK0051
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Anonymous, silver plated AE pul.
XN #156-162
20.2mm1.6g007GRK0053
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Anonymous (probably temp,Monghe Khagan) AE pul.
Obverse: Trident Tamgha.18.6mm1.7g005MUG0083
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Mas'ud al-Khwarizmi, governor of Karakorum. 638-667/1240-1269. AE broad fals. Kashghar. 650AH.
A-1975.
26mm3.8g007GRK0060
GREAT MONGOL KHANS.
Malik of Kurzuwan, anonymous. AE Jital mint of Kurzuwan. With "al-malik" in center, dated "Rabi' II". Tye 324. It is oneof the very few identifiable "siege coin" of the Islamic world.
A-1971
19mm3.2g007GRK0070
   

 

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