Author Topic: Shah Alam Bahadur (AH1119-24;1707-12AD), Rupee, Lahore mint, AH1121/3, KM#347.13  (Read 1690 times)

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Offline Overlord

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Shah Alam (I) Bahadur (Bahadur Shah I) (1119-1124 AH; 1707-1712 AD), Rupee, Mint Dar-Al-Sultanate Lahore, AH1121/RY 3, KM#347.13

Info at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bahadur_Shah_I

               Shah Alam Bahadur

Obverse Sikka Shah Alam Badshah Ghazi (Stamped Coin of Emperor Shah Alam, Fighter Against Infidels), (AH)1121



Reverse Zarb Dal-Al-Sultanate Lahore Sanat 3 Jalus Manus Maimanat [Struck at the Seat of Sovereignty, Lahore, in the Third Year (of his) Reign Associated With Prosperity]


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Overlord Overlord of Overlordgarh strikes again. Thank you for another great addition. I am fascinated by the boots. Wouldn't they be too hot for Lahore use? Or are they to show the big man's roots from Central Asia?

Peter
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