Help with islamic Indian (?) coin

Started by JMP, September 03, 2023, 10:33:59 AM

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JMP

10 gram, >20mm<, 3.8mm thick:

Manzikert

Jodhpur, Sardar Singh, quarter anna, KM 91.1 I think.

Alan

JMP

Without any doubt, Manzikert  :) ! Thank you very much.
Confirmation of your correct identification found in a second coin:

aws22

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Thank you Alan for the coin ID:
Dear JMP, your coin in details:
Princely States of Jodhpur, Sardar Singh , AD 19xx, Copper 1/4 Anna, with the name of  King Edward VII, Jodhpur mint (VS 1952-1968/1895-1911 AD)
Obverse (Left photo): Legend in Persian, all within dotted circle:
امپرر انگلستان و هندوستان بازمان مبارک ايدورد هفتم
Emperor Inglistan wa Hindustan, bazman mubarak, Edward Haftam (in the name of King Edward VII), meaning, Emperor of England and India in the blessed time of Edward VII.
Reverse (Right photo): Legend in Persian, from bottom it reads:
ضرب جوده پور مہاراجہ سردار سنگہ  سرى \ پاو آنہ \ سنه ؟؟ , Zarb Jodhpur, Maharaja Sir Sardar Singh , (Quarter/Pau)(1/4 Anna) , Sanah 19xx (the date is not clear).
Maharaja Sir Sardar Singh Bahadur, was the Maharaja of Jodhpur State from 11 October 1895 till his death on 20 March 1911.
Edward VII reigned from 1901-1910 directly after the death of Q. Victoria

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

JMP

Thank you very much, Maythem  ;) ! This texts will fill an info space in my album next to the coin.

capnbirdseye

As a point of interest,  the word Edward is written in Urdu ایڈورڈ rather than Persian ادوارد
Vic

aws22

Thank you Vic, you are right, Edward "ايدورد " is written in Urdu.

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