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India, Mughal Empire, Muhammad Shah, 1139 AH/ RY 9, Silver Rupee, Akbarabad Mint, (AH 1131-1161/ 1719-1748 AD)
Weight 11.24 gm
Diameter 25 mm
Metal Silver
Obverse: “ ۱۱۳۹ محمد شاه پادشاه غازي سكه مبارک  ", Muhammad Shah Padshah Ghazi, Sekka Mubarak 1139, meaning: Auspicious coin of Emperor Muhammad Shah the fighter of infidels (Ghazi) / 1139. The date “ 1139 ۱۱۳۹ ” is at 2 O’clock.
Reverse: " مانوس ميمنت جلوس سنه ۹ ضرب مستقرالخلافة اکبرآباد “, Zarb Mustaqir al-Khilafat  Akbarabad (9) Julus Maimanat Manus (Struck at the resting-place of al-Khilafat Akbarabad in the 9th year of the accession associated with tranquil prosperity).
Nice rare silver coin.

Maythem
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Nice to see you also venture in to Indian numismatics, Maythem. One of the things that fascinate me is the cultural unity of Islam from Spain to India.

Peter
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Thank you Peter, I have already posted several Indian Mughal coins.

Maythem
Coin collecting has a curious name. It is also called the "Hobby of Kings".