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ONS Auction 21 0ctober 2000
References used:

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BM(A) Allen, J.: A catalogue of the Indian coins in the British Museum; Coins of Ancient India, London 1936/ repr. 1967

Bop. Osmund Bopearachchi: Monnaies Gréco-Bactriennes et Indo-Grecques, Paris 1991.

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CRS C.R. Singhal: Catalogue of the coins in the Prince of Wales Museum of Western India, Bombay; The Sultans of Gujarat, Bombay 1935.

Deyell John S. Deyell: Living without silver: The Monetary History of Early Medieval North India, New Delhi 1990.

Gomes Alberto Gomes: Moedas Portuguesas, Lisboa 1987.

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R Dalip Rajgor: Standard Catalogue of Sultanate Coins of India, Bombay 1991.

RGV Rhodes, N.G., K. Gabrisch & C. Valdettaro: The Coinage of Nepal, London 1989

Shore Fred B. Shore: Parthian Coins & History, Quarryville, Pennsylvania 1993.

SS Saran Singh: The Coins of Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei 1400-1986, Kuala Lumpur 1986.

S/S W.F. Spengler and W.G. Sayles: Turkoman Figural Bronze Coins and their Iconography, 2 vols., Lodi 1992-96.

Sultan Sultan, Jem: Coins of the Ottoman Empire and the Turkish Republic, 2 vols., Thousand Oaks, 1977

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Note:

  • Estimates are given in Dutch guilders (1 Euro = f 2,20371). Bidding will be started at approx. 75-80% of the estimate for the coins and 90-95% for the books, provided that no more than one postal bid has been received for the lot concerned.

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LOT DESCRIPTION ESTIMA­TE
1 Abbasid, Al-Mahdi (775-785), AR dirhem AH167, Medinat al Salam (rf.MWI.159);

AE fals, date?, Medinat al Salam; AE fals, AH165, Medinat Kufa (MWI.167-170) F (3) f 26,=

2 --, Al-Saffah (749-754), AR dirhem AH133, Al-Mohammadya (rf.MWI.135);

Al-Mahdi (775-785), AR dirhem AH162, Medinat al Salam (rf.MWI.159) nVF (2) f 32,=

3 --, Al-Masur (754-775), AR dirhem AH145, Al-Mohammadya (rf.MWI.147);

Al-Ma’mun (813-833), AR dirhem AH205, Madinat al Salam (rf.MWI.199) VF (2) f 36,=

4 --, --, AR dirhem AH149, Al-Mohammadya (rf.MWI.147); Al-Mahdi (775-785),

AR dirhem, citing the Caliph, AH165, Madinet Jayy (Isfahan) (MWI.162);

same, type Al-Abbasiyah, ca.AH166 (rf.MWI.165-166); Al-Mu’tamid (870-892),

AR dirhem, Date?, Mint? (rf.MWI.224) gF-VF (4) f 50,=

5 Afghanistan, Shuja al Mulk (1803-1808) 2nd reign, AR rupee, AH(12)21,

Bhakhar (KM.309.1) VF f 35,=

6 --, Dost Muhammad (1824-1839), AR ½ rupee, date off, Qandahar (Ahmadshahi)

(KM.187.1) gF f 20,=

7 --, --, AR rupee in the name of Payinda Khan, AH1247, Kabul (KM480.1)

some weakness on the edge otherwise VF f 28,=

8 --, Muhammad Yusuf Khan Sadozai (1851-1856), Anonymous coinage, AR ½ rupee (4.60 g.),

obv. Kalima + 127 below/ rev. Dar-as-Sultanat Herat 127(0) KM.A406) VF f 75,=

9 --, Anonymous AR rupee ND with loop, mint: Kabul; Abd ur Rahman (1880-1901)

AR rupee AH1305, Kabul; AR ½ rupee ND, mint: Herat F-gF (3) f 20,=

10 --, brass paisa AH1301 F (KM.880), 1317, mint: Kabul (KM:827) VF (2) f 20,=

11 Emirate of Bukhara, Sayyid Abdul Ahad (1885-1911), AR tenga (2) AH 1315, VF,

1319 ,gF (Y.2, KM.63); Alim ibn Sayyid mir Amin (1911-20),

AE falus, 33 in circle (Y.4.1, MWI.2004) gF (3) f 36,=

12 Ceylon, VOC on Ceylon, AE 1/8 kransstuiver (Jaffna) (Sch.1293, KM.16) F f 15,=

13 China, Chihli Prov., bronze cash, Tientsien ND(1904-07) (Y.66);

Fukien Prov. Ar 10 cents (1896-1908) (Y.103) VF (2) f 25,=

14 --, Yunnan Prov., AR 50 cents, Yr.21 (1932) (Y.492) VF f 15,=

15 --, Sinkiang Prov., Republic, AE 5 cash AH1331, Kashgar (Y.36) nF f 50,=

16 Egypt, Britsh Occupation (1914-1922), AE ½ millieme (XF), 2 (gVF), 5 (nVF)

and 10 (gF) piasters AH1335/1917 (KM.312, 317.2, 318.1,320) (4) f 28,=

17 Golden Horde, Jani Beg Khan (1341-1357), AR dirhem (2), ND,

New Serai + Gulistan (MWI.1525, 1526) VF (2) f 50,=

18 Ilkhanids, Abu Sa’id (1317-1335), AR double dirhem, AH719, mint?, (ref.MWI.1627+)

nVF f 8,=

19 Ancient India, Mauryan Empire, (321-187 BC) and later, lot of five punchmarked

karshapanas, 1 AR + 4 AE of Vidisa type, (MAC.4611-4614)

weight 1.24, 0.97, 0.88, 0.61 g. VF (5) f 25,=

20 --, Ujjain, Ujjain (c.150-75 BC) AE fractional kharshapanas (6.81, 5.93, 3.77, 2.78, 1.90 g.)

(rf. MAC.4626-28, BM(A).85, Pieper, class 12) VG-nVF (5) f 80,=

21 Indo-Greek, Euthydemos (c.230-190BC), AE chalkous, thick with bevelled edge

(MAC.1616); Archebios (c.80-60BC), AR drachm, helmed bust of king / Zeus standing

(MAC.1977); Hermaeus, (c.40-1BC) AE tetradrachm (8.93 g.), late period c.20BC-20AD

(MAC.2044) F-gF (3) f 60,=

22 --, Apollodotos I (c.160-150BC), sq. AR drachm (contempory imitation) (1,59g.),

bull / elephant (MAC 1756) gF f 20,=

23 Indo-Scythian, Aspavarma, strategos of Taxila (c.AD5-35), billon tetradrachm (9.24 g.),

Taxila Sirsukh (Mitch.898, MAC.2484+); Gondophares (c.30-55), billon tetradrachm (8.42 g.),

King on horseback/Pallas standing r. holding spear, Taxila Sirsukh (Mitch.1128, MAC.2600);

Sasan (c.35-55), billon tetradrachm (9.45 g.) King on horseback/Zeus standing r.

(Mitch.1138d, MAC2626) F-gF (3) f 100,=

24 --, Azes II (c. 35BC-AD5), AR drachm (2), king holding whip, mounted on horseback to r.,

Rv. Pallas Athena standing r. with shield (Mitch.847d,MAC.2357) nVF (2) f 50,=

25 --, --, AR drachm, king holding whip, mounted on horseback to r., Rv. Pallas Athena

standing r. with shield (Mitch.847a,MAC.2353) nVF f 65,=
LOT DESCRIPTION ESTIMA­TE
26 Kushans Empire, Soter Megas (Wima Taktu) (c.55-105), AE ¼ unit, radiate bust to r. ,

8 rays (MAC.2985+); Kanishka (c.128-158), AE ¼ unit (2), Sun God & Moon Goddess

(MAC.3158, 3161) nVF (3) f 50,=

27 --, Wima Kadphises (c.AD105-128), AE ¼ unit (3.96 g.) (MAC.3050+) nVF f 25,=

28 --, Kanishka (c.128-158), AE unit (2), Wind god Vado (MAC.3111),

God of metals Athsho (MAC.3149); Phuskhalavati, later series (c.185-160BC),

1½ karshapana (11.68 g.) , elephant facing r./lion facing l. (MAC.4401) gF (3) f 50,=

29 --, Huvishka (c.AD158-195), AE unit, king cross-legged /

Sun God Mithra MIIRO (13.99 g.) (MAC.3248) F f 15,=

30 Kidarite Principality, Kashmir, Shri Pratapaditya II (719-745), base AU stater (6.07 g.)

(MAC.3644) nVF f 140,=

31 Kashmir, Jaga Deva (1198-1214), AE stater (MNI.195+) gVF f 9,=

32 Western Ksatrapas, Yasodaman II, s/o Rudrasimha (317-332), AR drachm Saka 249

(=327AD) (MAC.2806-07) VF f 25,=

33 --, --, AR drachm Sake 24* (MAC.2806-07) VF f 20,=

34 Guptas, Chandragupta II (c.380-414), AR drachm, bust of king to r./

formalised garuda facing. (MAC.4821-23) gVF f 30,=

35 --, Kamaragupta I (414-455), AR drachm, western provinces, formalised garuda facing

(MAC.4845-59) VF (5) f 35,=

36 --, Skandagupta (455-480), AR drachm, formalised garuda facing (MAC.4867-68);

same (2), but altar type (debased, almost copper) (MAC.4874-78);

same, but bull type (MAC.4879-82) F-VF (4) f 20,=

37 Maitrakas of Valabhi (Saurashtra) (470-800), in the name of the founder of this realm,

Bhattarka (fl. c.470) AR drachm + billon drachm (MAC.4885+; 4897-98) VF (2) f 20,=

38 Shahi Kings of Kabul and Ghandara, Samanta Deva (c.850-1000), AR drachm,

bull to l., Rv. Horseman to r. (Tye 14; MNI.117-120) VF f 25,=

39 --, --, AE unit, elephant to l. with legend above, Rv. Lion to r.

(Tye 19; MNI.121-123) F f 12,=

40 Kangra Rajas, AE jitals (9), Apurva (c.1230); Triloka Chandra Deva (c.1240);

Singara Chandra Deva (after 1250) (2); Hari Chandra Deva (after 1250);

Megha Chandra Deva(after 1250) (2); Avatara Chandra Deva (after 1250) (2),

(Tye 67, 68, 70(2), 71, 72(2), 76(2)) F-VF (9) f 55,=

41 Indo-Sassanian, pre-Kanauj series c.550-650, derivatives of Peroz’ AR drachms (2)

(MAC.1471) some weakness of the die-impression, nF (2) f 20,=

42 Chauhans of Ranastanbhapura (Ranthambor), Jaitra Simha (c.1275),

thick billon unit (4.33 g.) obv. Standing lion to l./ rev. Jai/ta si de/va in

Devanagari (D.366, MAC.5120-21, but wrongly attributed) nVF f 25,=

43 Delhi Rajas, Chahada Deva (1172-1191), billon jital (Tye 50, D.220+) VF f 8,=

44 Delhi Sultanate, Mohammad bin Sam (1173-1203), billon jital (Tye185, D.260) VF f 8,=

45 --, Sher Shah Suri (1540-1545), AE paisa or dam. (R.1606,W.1245) VF f 14,=

46 Malwa Sultanate, Mahmud Shah I (1436-1469), billon tanka AH844,

mint: Shadiabad (MWI.2952, R.3048) VF f 15,=

47 Moghul Empire, Akbar (1556-1605), Square AE Do Tanki Akbar Shahi (6,84 g.),

Ilahi 46, month: Sherawar, mint: Firoz Hissar (KM, type 41) VF f 24,=

48 --, Aurangzeb Alamgir (1658-1707) AR rupee AH1097/Ry.28, Surat (KM.300.86) gVF f 28,=

49 Hindu tempel token, Brass silver washed Ramatanka (4), Rama and Lakhsmana standing

in tribhanga pose/Rama and Sita on throne with three attendants and Hanuman below

Hanuman (8.05, 9.56, 10.65, 12.83 g.)

(Brotman type C (1) & D (3), MNI.4705+) VF (4) f 20,=

50 --, AR debased token (3), Rama Lakhsmana standing / Rama and Sita on throne with

two attendants, Gurmukhi legend repeating “Rama Nama”

(Brotman type A9, MNI.4704) gF-VF (3) f 35,=

51 --, AR Diwali medals (4) c.1950 to present. Lakhsmi, with four arms, standing facing

on lotus with swans on l. and elephant on r./ Shri + ¼ and makers mark NR

(National Refinery Bombay). 99,9% silver. (49.92, 24.95, 10.00, 4.99 g.)

(Brotman type L 1-4, MIT.722) nice set, XF (4) f 75,=

LOT DESCRIPTION ESTIMA­TE
52 Islamic Religious token, AR (debased) Mosque, below: Medina Sharif

(ref.:Brotman type T, 12); square AR (debased) (ref.:MNI.4754) VF (2) f 15,=

53 --, brass silver washed, moon & star above dome (Brotman type T, MNI.4745);

AR debased token in the name of Mohammad Shah (MIT.547) VF (2) f 18,=

54 --, sq. AR token copying rupee of Akbar 988, (13.39 g.) (Brotman type I, MNI.4755)

gVF f 25,=

55 --, same, but weight 10.69 g. VF f 12,=

56 --, same, but debased AR (13.14 g.); same, but year “9181” (11.12 g.);

another made into a brooch VF (3) f 20,=

57 Sikh Religious token, Brass silver washed, Guru Nanak seated with disciples to left and right,

Rv. Guru Govind Singh seated, 1804 (Brotman Type G no.4) nVF f 12,=

58 --, same, but no date below Guru Govind Singh (Brotman type G no.7) VF f 12,=

59 Marathas, Bhonsala Rajas of Nagpur, Raghuji I (1730-1755), AR rupee in the name of

Mohammad Shah, Chanda mint, with speudo mint name Surat

(KM.5, Kulkarni.type 1) nVF f 24,=

60 Indian Native States, Bahawalpur, Anonymous AR rupee (7,98 g.), AH1264,

Ahmadpur (Y.3.1) VF f 34,=

61 --, --, Anonymous AR rupee (7,00 g.), AH1279, Ahmadpur (Y.3.3) gF f 25,=

62 --, Cis-Sutlej States, Maler Kotla, Ibrahim Ali Khan (1871-1908),

AR rupee, ND (Y.6) VF f 25,=

63 --, --, Patiala, Narinder Singh (1845-1862), AR rupee in the name of

Ahmad Shah Durrani, ND (Y.1) VF f 50,=

64 --, Gurkha Kingdom, Gharwal, AR timasha, in the name of M. Akbar II and

Girvan Yuddha of Nepal (1806-1813), date: Ahd (c.1809), Srinagar

(C.36, RGV.type 3-1388+) F f 15,=

65 --, Hyderabad, Nasir al Daula (1829-57), AR rupee in the name of Bahadur Shah, Ry.4,

Aurangabad (KM.66.2) nVF f 28,=

66 --, Jaipur, Muhammad Akbar II (1806-1837), AR rupee, Ry.27, Sawai Mahdopur

(KM.75) nVF f 28,=

67 --, --, Bahadur Shah II (1837-1857), AR rupee, Ry. Ahd, Sawai Jaipur (KM.93) VF f 20,=

68 --, --, Madhu Singh (1880-1922), AR ¼ + 1/8 rupee, both dated Ry.6 (KM.139,137)

gVF (2) f 15,=

69 --, Junagadh, Rasul Muhammad Khan (1891-1911), AE dokdo VS1964 (KM.45.1) gF f 2,=

70 --, Kotah, Shah Alam II, round AE takka Ry.30 (KM.20); Muhammad Akbar II,

square AE takka Ry.13 (KM.29) VF (2) f 20,=

71 --, Kutch, Bhorajji (1632-45), AR kori AH978 (frozen date) (Br.10) VF f 25,=

72 --, --, Bharmalji II (1814-1819), AR kori AH1165 (fictitious) (C.36) gF f 15,=

73 --, Ladakh (under Dogra rule), AE paisa VS.1924, 1925 KM.9 gVF (2) f 24,=

74 --, Mysore, AR ¼ rupee (pavali), dancing figure (Chamundi) AH1214 (C.202) VF f 25,=

75 --, --, Krishna Raja Wodeyar (1810-1868, after 1831 under British control),

AE 20 cash type II (C.180), AE 20 cash, type VI, 1835,1836,1840 (C.193.2) VF (4) f 30,=

76 --, Shahpura, AR rupee, Ry.12 (C.22) F f 16,=

77 --, Sikh Empire, AR Gobindshahi rupee VS.1841(1784), mint: Amritsar

(KM.A20.2; Herrli 01.18.04) nVF f 20,=

78 --, Tonk, Q. Vict./Ibrahim Ali Khan, AR rupee AH1305/1888 (Y.20) VF f 35,=

79 Indo-Dutch, Cochin, AE ½ stuiver or rasi (6,03 g.) (Sch.1253) RR gVF f 400,=

80 --, Negapatnam/Cochin, AR puttun + ½ puttun ND

(c.1675-1780), (KM.1, 2; Sch. 1234, 1250) VF (2) f 20,=

81 --, Negapatnam, AE doit ND (c.1695) struck for Ceylon, (KM.26,Sch.1245) R gVF/VF f 80,=

82 --, Pondicherry (Dutch occupation) AE cache (1694-98) (KM.32, Sch.1248b) nVF f 25,=

83 --, Pulicat, AE cash (c.1646-1674) (KM.35.1, Sch.1223) gF f 15,=

84 British East India Company, Madras Presidency, AR double fanam + fanam,

Standing diety / interlinked C´s ND (1764-1807) (Pr.18,19) F-VF (2) f 27,=

85 --, --, AR fanam (1807-issue); same (1808-issue) (Pr.166,188) F-VF (2) f 17,=

86 --, --, AE dudu 1755,180*,1801 (Pr.45, 64) about gF (3) f 12,=

87 --, --, AR 1/8 rupee (1812-1817), oblique milling (Pr.257) VF f 10,=



LOT DESCRIPTION ESTIMA­TE
88 --, Bombay Presidency, AR rupee, mint: Surat, Yr.46 (1800-1815) (Pr.253) VF f 27,=

89 --, --, AR 1 + ½ rupee, 1825 in cartouche (1825-31) (Pr.276, 277) VF (2) f 34,=

90 --, --, AR 1, ½ + ¼ rupee, ND (1832-35 issue) (Pr.286, 288, 290) EF (3) f 50,=

91 --, --, AE pice 1813, 1825, 1827 (Pr.167, 172, 175) nVF (3) f 20,=

92 --, Bengal Preidency, AR 1, ½ + ¼ rupee, Yr.19, Murshidabad (1793 issue)

(Pr.157, 158, 159) gVF (3) f 40,=

93 --, --, AR rupee with m.m. of tiny cresent, Yr.19, Murshidabad, plain edge

(1830-33 issue) (Pr.177) VF f 27,=

94 --, Pulau Penang, AE double pice 1828 (Pr(A).15) nVF f 30,=

95 Indo-Portuguese, Diu, AR rupia (600 reis) 1750 (KM.24, Gomes.J5.80.07)

some weakness on the edge of the flan nVF f 100,=

96 Iran, lot 19th cent. AR coins (5), mints Tehran & Kirmanshahan, looped (1),

with hole (1), loop removed (1) general F (5) f 25,=

97 --, AE falus Rai’j / lion under raising sun, date below AH1273, rimmed edge, gF

(ref. KM.24); AE 50 dinars (1 shahi) AH 1298 gF (KM.883,Y.4) (2) f 20,=

98 Kakweyhids of Kurdistan, Zahir al-Din Abu Mansur Faramarz (1041-1051),

AU dinar AH435, Isfahan (Album.1592, MWI.620) gVF f 250,=

99 Khanate of Khiva, Sayyid Mohammad Rahim (1864-72), AR tenga, AH128*,

Khwarizm (MWI.1991) gF f 15,=

100 --, --, AR tenga, AH1288, (Y.6, MWI.1991) VF f 40,=

101 Kwarizm Shahs, Ala-ud-din Mohammad bin Takash (1200-1220), billon jital, (Ghazni)

(Deyell 287; Tye 283) gF f 7,=

102 --, --, broad billon dirhem, transoxine type (3,25 g.) (rf. MWI.909) gF f 30,=

103 Maldive Islands, Muhammad Ghiyas al-Din (1767-1773), AE kuda (½ larin)

AH1184, 1186 (KM.24) VF (2) f 12,=

104 --, Muhammad Mu’in al-Din Iskandar (1798-1835), AE kuda (½ larin) AH1221, 1248

(KM.32) VF (2) f 10,=

105 --, Muhammad Imad al-Din IV Iskander (1835-1882), AE ¼ larin AH1286 (KM.34.1);

AE kuda (½ larin) AH1257,1276,1287,1292,1294,1298 (KM.35.1) VF (7) f 24,=

106 --, Ibrahim Nur al-Din Iskandar (1882-1900), AE ¼ larin/larin AH1300

(1,34 g. & 0,80 g.) (KM.37) VF (2) f 8,=

107 --, Muhammad Imad al-Din V Iskandar (1900-1904), AE larin AH1318 (KM.38);

AE 2 lariat AH1319 (KM.39) gVF (2) f 8,=

108 Mamluks, Nasir al din Hasan (1347-1351), AR ½ dirhem, ND, Damascus;

Nasir al din Faraj (1399-1405), AR dirhem, Al Qahira VF (2) f 24,=

109 Morocco, Moulay Sulayman (1792-1822), AR ½ dirhem (1.61 g.) AH1233,

Hazrat Marakesh; AE falus (2) AH1270 F-VF (3) f 50,=

110 --, AE falus (3) AH1272 + two unclear date; AE 2 falus (2) AH1272, 1288;

AE 3 falus (3) 1283, 1285, 1286 (KM.122,126,163, A166 ) crude cast currency

VG-gF (8) f 25,=

111 Nepal, Kingdom of Patan, Jaya Vishnu Malla (1729-1745), AR mohar, NE.849

with Rv. reticulated surface (KM.399, RGV.466) gVF f 45,=

112 Ottoman, Turkey, Orhan (1324-1360), AE mangyr (Sultan.3) nVF f 10,=

113 --, --, Murad I (1360-1389), AE mangyr AH790 (Album.1290, Sultan.22) F f 20,=

114 --, --, Bayazid I bin Murad (1389-1402), AE mangyr (2) ND (Album.1292, Sultan.86+)

F-VF (2) f 25,=

115 --, --, Suleyman Chelebi (1403-1410), AE mangyr AH806 (Album.1297) gF f 20,=

116 --, --, AE mangyr (5), various different types + two more AE, not attributed F (7) f 32,=

117 --, --, Mohammed I ibn Bayazid (1413-1421), AR Akche, AH816, Adrana (= Edirne)

(MWI.1243) VF f 15,=

118 --, --, Bayezid II (1481-1512), AR akce, Constantinople AH886

(Album.1312, Sultan.942+) VF f 10,=

119 --, --, Suleyman II (1687-1691), AE mangyr, AH1099, Constantinople

(KM.87.2) VG-F (3) f 10,=

120 --,--, Mahmud I (1730-1754), AR para AH1143, Constantinople (KM.193) F f 10,=

121 --,--, Mustafa III (1757-1774), billon piastre 1171/85 Islambul (KM.321) F f 28,=



LOT DESCRIPTION ESTIMA­TE
122 --,--, Mahmud II (1808-1839), Ar 10 para, AH1223/Yr.4, Constantinople

(KM.559) VF f 50,=

123 --,--, --, AR 5 para, AH1223/Yr.10 (1.14 g.), Constantinople (KM.558) nVF f 25,=

124 --, --, --, AU ¼ zeri mahbub AH1223/Yr.5 (0.77 g.) (KM.605) ,

small hole on edge, otherwise gF f 35,=

125 --, --, Abdul Hamid II (1876-1909), AR 20 para AH1293/Yr.8 (KM.734);

AR kurush AH1293/Yr.22 (KM.735); Muhammad V (1909-1918),

2 kurush AH1327/Ry.3 (KM:749) gF-VF (3) f 15,=

126 --, --, Muhammad V (1909-1918), 2 kurush AH1327/Ry.3 (KM.749);

20 kurush AH1327/Ry.9 (KM.780) about EF (2) f 40,=

127 --, Algiers, Selim III (1789-1807), AE fals (1.50 g.), date not clear, Zarb Jaza’ir

in octogram (KM.52) Some experts believe this strike to be a contemporary

counterfeit of KM.47. gF f 15,=

128 --, --, Mahmud II (1808-1839), AE 5 aspers (1/3 kharub), AH1237 (KM.71) nVF f 20,=

129 --, --, --, AR 1/3 budju, AH1245, Jaza’ir (Algiers) (KM.78) VF f 90,=

130 --, Egypt, Mustafa III (1757-1774), billon para (2) AH1171/1, AH1171/8 (KM.101);

Abdul Hamid I (1774-1789), billon para AH1187 (KM.120) VG-F (3) f 45,=

131 --, Iraq, Mahmud II (1808-1839), AE 5 para AH1223/28, Bagdad (KM.79) nVF f 70,=

132 --, Libya, Mahmud II (1808-1839), AE para, AH122(5)?, Tarablus Gharb

(KM.81.1) VF f 25,=

133 --, Tunis, Mastafa III (1757-1775), AE burben, AH1178 F (KM.52.2);

Abdul Aziz (1860-1876), AE kharub, AH1281 gVF (KM.155);



AE kharub, AH1289 gVF (KM.173) (3) f 35,=

134 --, --, Abdul Hamid I (1774-1789), AE burbe, AH11** (KM.63) F f 15,=

135 Samanids of Transoxiana, Isma’il ibn Ahmad (892-907), AR dirhem,

citing the Caliph Al-Mu’tadid, AH(28)3, Al-Shash (MWI.664) about VF f 28,=

136 --, --, AR dirhem, citing the Caliph Al-Mu’tadid, AH285, Al-Shash (MWI.664) gVF f 32,=

137 --, --, AR dirhem, citing the Caliph Al-Muktafi, AH291, Samarqand (rf.MWI.664) gVF f 32,=

138 --, --, AR dirhem, citing the Caliph Al-Muktafi, AH293, Andarabah (rf.MWI.665) VF f 32,=

139 --, Nasr II ibn Ahmad (914-943), AR dirhem, citng the Caliph Al-Muqtadir,

AH301, Andarabah (rf.MWI.668) about VF f 30,=

140 --, --, another AR dirhem, same date and mint, about VF f 30,=

141 Kushano-Sassanians, Hormazd Kushanshah (period 271-356), AE unit (2,05 g.),

bust of king r./rev. half length figure of Ahuramazda, holding trident and wreath,

rising from altar (MAC.1280-83) gVF f 34,=

142 Great Seljuqs, Tughril Beg (1038-1063), AU dinar AH440, Nishapur (MWI.875) VF f 175,=

143 Seljuqs of Rum, Kay Kawas I (1210-1219), AE fals, ND or mint (MWI.960) VF f 20,=

144 Thailand, Porcelain gaming token, Oval shape, red & green, Chinese characters

around centre circle on obv. and three characters on rev. VF f 15,=

145 Timurids, Muhammad ibn Husayn (1498-1501), AR tanka (5.00 g.)

obv. c/m “Fath 904” / rev. C/m “behbud” (Album.2441) R Countermarks gVF f 45,=

146 Umayyad, AE fals (3); Kalima both sides; Damascus c.AH661;

Damascus c.AH743 (MWI 76) F-VF (3) f 18,=

147 --, reformed coinage, AR dirhem 97AH, Istakhr (Ancient Persepolis) (rf.MWI.44+) gVF f 40,=

148 --, --, AR dirhem, AH93, Sabur (in Farsistan) (rf.MWI.44+) gF/VF f 18,=

149 --, --, AR dirhem, AH95, Wasit (MWI.55) small edge defect, otherwise nEF f 20,=

150 --, --, AR dirhem, AH122, Wasit (MWI.60) gF f 15,=

151 --, --, AR dirhem (2), AH124 & AH126, Wasit (MWI.61) gF-VF (2) f 30,=

152 Umayyids of Spain, Hisham I (796-822), AR dirhem AH202, Al Andalus (Cordoba)

(MWI.318, Album341); same, Mohammad I (852-886), AR dirhem AH238,

Al Andalus (Album.343) VF (2) f 65,=

153 --, Mohammad I (852-886) AR dirhem AH240, Al Andalus (Cordoba) (Album.343) VF f 35,=

154 Zangids of Aleppo, Nasir al-Din Mahmud (1146-1174), AE fals, date off,

Damascus (MWI.1133); AE fals, Ayyudids?, mint: Aleppo? F (2) f 20,=

155 Zanzibar, AE paisa, AH1304 (KM.7) gVF f 6,=

LOT DESCRIPTION ESTIMA­TE
BOOKS and journals

156 Sharma, Savita, Gold Coins of Imperial Kushanas and their successors, Varanasi 1999 f 50,=


157 Jensen, U.B., Danish India Tranquebar Coins, market values, Brovst 1996 f 18,=
158 --, Danish East India, Trade Coins and the Coins of Tranquebar 1620-1845, Brovst 1997 f 34,=
159 Antiquities of the Nizhny Novgorod Volga Region (text in Russian), Nizhny Novgorod 1997

The book consists of 190 pages, plus 15 plates + line drawings of coins within the text and

Contains, in brief, the following articles: Jujid hoards (3); Golden Horde hoards;

Lead seals from along the Volga; Coins of the Giray Khans (2); Hoard of Shaddadid

dirhems; Numismatics of Azerbaijan; Hoard of the Great Seljuqs; Hoard of Chaghatayid

coppers; Hoard of broad dirhems of Kwarizmshah Muhammad bin Tekesh;

Hoard of Shaybanid tankas, size 145 x 203 mm. f 55,=
160 Antiquities of Povolzhýe and other regions (text in Russian, with a separate English

synopsis by Vladimir Nastich), Issue 3, Numismatic edition, vol 2, Nizhny Novgorod 2000

(In memoriam of Yuri E. Pyrsov). The book consists of 288 pages, incl. line drawings and

illustrations through-out the text and contains, in brief, the following articles: Numismatic studies

by Y.E. Pyrsov; 15th cent hoard of AR coins of the golden Horde (2); Coin collecting on the

Khorezm expedition in 1966; Coin finds of Mokhshi from the Bolgar State; Coin circulation

of the Golden Horde town of Beljamen; Drawings of lead seals from Gorodets; Unpublished coins

of the Crimean khanate of the 15-17th cent.; Hoard of kufic dirhems; 11th cent coin hoard

from Chaghanian; Monetary system of the Shaddadid emirate of Ganja; Almaty, a 13th cent. Mint;

Western kopeks with the names of Ivan IV and Feodor Ivanovich;

Russian Ar coins of 1825, size 145 x 210 mm. f 75,=
161 E.W Rtveladze, The ancient coins of Central Asia (2nd hand) bi-lingual publication

Russian/English with b/w and colour illustrations, size 125 x 200 mm., Toshkent 1987 f 65,=


162 Coins of the Timurids’dynasty, (edited by E.W. Rtveladze), published by the Association

of Banks of the Republic of Uzbekistan for the 600th anniversary of Amir Timur,

four-lingual publication (Russian-English-German-Japanese) with beautiful enlarged colour

illustrations through-out, soft cover, A4, 140 pages, Toshkent 1996 f 95,=


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