Author Topic: 4_Paisa of Islam Shah Suri, AH 953. weight 19.76 gm , please help to attribute ?  (Read 1398 times)

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Mughal copper dam weight 19.76 gm , please help to attribute ?





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Re: 4_Mughal copper dam weight 19.76 gm , please help to attribute ?
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2013, 04:40:26 PM »
Paisa of Islam Shah Suri, AH 953.

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Re: 4_Mughal copper dam weight 19.76 gm , please help to attribute ?
« Reply #2 on: August 27, 2013, 05:22:03 PM »
Thanks , I need to learn & develop skills progressively.
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...you won't believe this. Tariq you just identified my coin as well! And I had not even posted mine yet!

Unbelievable. Thank you a thousand times! And thank you to aan09 for posting in the first place!
Here is mine. As you see it is very worn! I thought ID might not have been possible.

19.81 grams

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...you won't believe this. Tariq you just identified my coin as well! And I had not even posted mine yet!

Unbelievable. Thank you a thousand times!
Here is mine. As you see it is very worn! I thought ID might not have been possible.


My pleasure :)

Indeed a suri coin. Though condition is not good, ruler appears to be Islam Shah.

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Hi Chirs ,

It is my 1st coins of Suri Dynasty , coin is in uncleaned condition.

Thanks for your interest & prompt help from Tariq.

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Sprinkle some talcum power on the coin and gently wipe it off leaving only the raised part of the legend and photograph. Maybe things will be seen.

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Sprinkle some talcum power on the coin and gently wipe it off leaving only the raised part of the legend and photograph. Maybe things will be seen.
Cool, I haven't heard of this trick before. Thanks!