Rohilla Chief Nasrullah Khan Rohilla (1175-86 AH ) ,Mint Nasrullah Nagar , INO Shah Alam II, Rupee

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Details about the coin :

Nawab - Nasrullah Khan Rohilla (1175- 86 AH )
Denomination - Rupee
Obv - Julus manus maimanat sanah 12 Zarb Nasrullah Nagar
(Struck at Nasrullahnagar in the 12th year of his prosperous reign )

Rev - Sikka Zad Bar Haft Kishwar Saye Fazl muhammad Shah Alam Badshah Elah Hami Din , AH 1185 / 1771 AD .
( Defender of the Muhammadan faith , Reflection of Divine Excellence , the Emperor Shah Alam has stuck this coin to be current throughout the seven climes )

Rarity - Rare
Year :- AH 1185 / 1771 AD
Condition - Very fine
Minted at Nasrullah Nagar

Superb condition along with full Mint name on flan

He was the son of the Rohilla chief Abdullah Khan a nawab of Abdullanagar.

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Fun coin. With my very limited knowledge of arabic script, I wouldn't have been able to appreciate the detail: the coin being in the name of Shah Alam but struck in Nasrullahnagar. This is a very complicated period in Indian history, dominated by strongmen and plunder and your very nice coin is a perfectly good talking piece on that period. TFP.

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

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