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Offline aristonazir

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Three Tunisian coins during ottoman period
« on: March 22, 2013, 11:56:52 PM »
Here are three Tunisian coins from my collection, which had strucked during ottoman period.

The first one is a billon 1 kharub coin (#KM46), date 1151 (1739), during the reign of Mahmud I. Its diameter is 14 mm. and weights 1.17 g.
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"Η πενία πολλών εστιν ενδεής, η δ απληστία πάντων".
"Poverty is lack of many things and greed of all"

Aristotle

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Re: Three Tunisian coins during ottoman period
« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2013, 12:02:31 AM »
The second one is a copper burbe coin (#KM52.1), date 1187 (1773), during the reign of Mustafa III. Its diameter is 21 mm. and weights 3.67 g.
"Η πενία πολλών εστιν ενδεής, η δ απληστία πάντων".
"Poverty is lack of many things and greed of all"

Aristotle

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Re: Three Tunisian coins during ottoman period
« Reply #2 on: March 23, 2013, 12:07:45 AM »
The third one is a copper burbe coin (#KM63), date 1191 (1777), during the reign of Abdul Hamid I. Its diameter is 19 mm. and weights 3.23 g.
"Η πενία πολλών εστιν ενδεής, η δ απληστία πάντων".
"Poverty is lack of many things and greed of all"

Aristotle