Goron. Coins of the Indian Sultanates: Covering the Area of Present-Day India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh

World Coins - Goron. Coins of the Indian Sultanates: Covering the Area of Present-Day India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh
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Goron, Stan & J. P. Goenka
2001, xxxi, 532 pages, well illustrated, rarity levels, large format, blue laminated boards, dust jacket. As New. Includes Sultans of Delhi. 2. Sultans of Bengal. 3. Sultans of Madura. 4. Bahmani Sultans and their precursors. 5. Adil Shahs of Bijapur. 6. Barid Shahs of Bidar. 7. Nizam Shahs of Ahmadnagar. 8. Qutb Shahs of Golkonda. 9. Sultans of Jaunpur. 10. Sultans of Kalpi. 11. Sultans of Gujarat. 12. Sultans of Khandesh. 13. Sultans of Malwa. 14. Sultans of Kashmir. 15. Rulers of Sind and the Punjab. From the Preface - "The Coinage of the Indian Sultanates is a very important primary source for helping us to understand the political and economic history of much of what is now India,Pakistan and Bangladesh during the period from the beginning of the thirteenth century AD until the seventeenth century when the last of the Sultanates, that of Bijapur, was absorbed into the Mughal Empire. The right of Sikka, i.e., the right to strike coins was one of the two juridically recognised expressions of the right of the ruler to sovereignty, and it was a right that was jealously guarded.
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