Item #35277 IRAN Qajar period, Revolt of Rebel ruler AHMAD KHAN DONBOLI (AH 1204-1206), silver Rial, Tabriz mint AH 1204 (AD 1790), Album 2840, KM #623 type C*, very rare Ex-mount

World Coins -  Item #35277 IRAN Qajar period, Revolt of Rebel ruler AHMAD KHAN DONBOLI (AH 1204-1206), silver Rial, Tabriz mint AH 1204 (AD 1790), Album 2840, KM #623 type C*, very rare Ex-mount
zoom view
Reignrevolt rule in Azerbaijan: AH 1204-06 (AD 1790-92)
Denominationsilver rial (the term rial in Iran started with this coin and later adopted by the Qajar's king.
Date StruckAH 1204 (AD 1790)
MintTabriz
Obverselegend in Farsi reads: "shood Aftab-o Maah zar-o sim dar jahan/az sekeeh emam beh-haqq Saheb-al Zaman" meaning, the moon and the sun became gold and silver/from the coins of the rightful 12th Imam.
Reversethe mint name "dar-al saltanah Tabriz" inside a square dated 1204 at the bottom of it inside a decorated cartouche. beaded circle around the flan.
Weight12.37 gr.
Diameter30 mm. (very large flan)
ReferenceAlbum #2840 type C*, KM #623 VERY RARE
Gradegood VF partial dark surface ex-mount.
CommentsThis large rial belongs to a rebel Kurdish ruler (Khan) named Ahmad khanDobboli who stood up against Agha Muhammad Khan Qajar and minted coinsfrom 1204-1206 in Azarbayjan (Tabriz & Khoy).
For more information on the history of Donboli clan, please see an excellent sit on the Internet:
http://www.donboli.info/
and in particular the page on Ahmad Khan's revolt against Qajar king, can be seen at:
http://www.donboli.info/ahmad-khan.htm
Price SKU: 35277
US$ 250.00
  • € 212.28
  • £ 189.83
  • AUD 344.61
  • CHF 241.49
  • CAD 323.98

Rates for: 09/25/18

Ships from: Canada
Sold