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Modern Asian coins, pseudo coins and trade tokens => Iran and Afghanistan => Topic started by: JEMM on November 27, 2021, 02:09:19 PM

Title: Afghanistan, rupee 1255, Kabul
Post by: JEMM on November 27, 2021, 02:09:19 PM
Thank you very much Maythem, for reading this coin.

Could you do the same with this one? .

Thank you very much for the help .

Cordially
Title: Re: Afghanistan, rupee 1256, Kabul
Post by: aws22 on November 27, 2021, 03:37:39 PM
Thank you JEMM, your second coin:
Afghanistan, Durrani dynasty, Shuja' al-Mulk Muhammad Shah, Fifth reign, AH 1255/1839 AD, AR Rupee, Kabul mint (AH 1255-1258/1839-1842 AD)
Reverse (First photo):
ضرب دار السلطنه كابل سنه ۱۲۵۵ 
, Zarb Dar al-Sultanate Kabul, Sanah 1255
Obverse (Second photo): Farsi couplet:
سکہ زد بر سیم و زر چون مهر وماه \ شاه الدين پروار شجاع الملک شاہ
"Sikka zad bar Seem wa Zar chun Mihr wa Mah / Shah-i deen Parwar Shuja' al-Mulk Shah", meaning, Coin struck on wire and gold like seal and moon \ Shah al-Din Parwar Shuja' al-Mulk Shah.
Padshah Sultan Shah Shuja' Durrani (شاه شجاع درانی), was ruler of the Durrani Empire from 1803 to 1809. He then ruled from 1839 until his death in 1842. Son of Timur Shah Durrani, Shuja' Shah was of the Sadduzai line of the Abdali group of Ethnic Pashtuns. He became the fifth Emir of Afghanistan.

Maythem
Title: Re: Afghanistan, rupee 1256, Kabul
Post by: JEMM on November 27, 2021, 10:34:31 PM


As always ; thank you very much Maythem.

Sincerely