seal dated 1314

Started by saro, May 11, 2020, 10:33:58 AM

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saro

Any information on this double sided  seal dated 1314 would be welcome.
" 'Abbas" on deer side and date : 1314 (at time of Muzaffar-al-din Qajar)
brass / 20,5 x 16mm / thickness: 1,5mm
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Figleaf

From SBOx (Shailen Bhandare): The seal is Iranian and reads 'Hasan bin Haibat Allah al-Rizwee' – name of a private individual probably at the court of Shah Abbas.
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aws22

Dear Peter, it looks like: حسن بن حبيب الله الرضوى , Hasan bin Habib Allah al-Rezawi. It is just a name.

Maythem
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saro

Thousand thanks to you, Peter, Shailen & Maythem  :)
It isn't easy to distinguish the diacritial dots from ornamental ones !
"1314" is legible under the deer and digits "1, 3, 1 " are also present at bottom of the other side, but I'm not able to find the last one.
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aws22

Dear Saro, this looks like " 4 ۴ " inside red circle.

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

mkm1968

This is how you can see...

saro

#6
Thank you mkm for the inverted image :).

Maythem, I wonder if that couldn't be an ornament which looks (a little) like a "4" ?

I found this one on the web, dated 1317 with a similar design of deer ("ya 'Ali " + fish)
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aws22

#7
Thank you Saro, yes it is an ornament. May be " 1003 ۱۰۰۳ " in the second photo represents a serial number and not a date.

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