Delhi Sultanate, Tughluqs: Muhammad bin Tughluq (725-791AH,1325-1352AD), 6 Gani

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Obverse Al-Muhajid Fi Sabil Allah (The one who Fights for Islam in the Way [Of] God)

Reverse Muhammad Bin Tughlakshah (Muhammad, son of Tughlak Shah], 725 (AH)

(Ref. R1152, Goron D375, T443)


It all seems so easy once someone else has explained it to you (though the 5 still looks odd). What a great looking coin. Thanks, Overlord.

An unidentified coin is a piece of metal. An identified coin is a piece of history.


Yes INDEED! Keep them coming Overlord.  Our book continues to grow!


Peter, I agree. After some one has done all the dirty work, it is very easy to be able to read them. Inspite of a lot of efforts, I am unable to decipher (leave alone read) coins of the Islamic sultanates. I am able to guess the Mughal coins - especially silvers, to some accuracy but the others, except the dates, I can easily read them after they have been decoded by some one.

Amit, ever thought of putting togather a book with all the coins you have, and I am sure will, decipher. It would be a great read for people like me.

Amit (asm)
"It Is Better To Light A Candle Than To Curse The Darkness"