Item #35312 Agha Muhammad Khan Qajar (AH 1193-1211) Silver 1/2 Rupi, Isfahan mint (dated AH 1201). type "B" VERY RARE, Album 2849, KM #610

World Coins -     Item #35312 Agha Muhammad Khan Qajar (AH 1193-1211) Silver 1/2 Rupi, Isfahan mint (dated AH 1201). type "B" VERY RARE, Album 2849, KM #610
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QAJAR �
Agha Muhammad Khan

Reign

AH 1193-1211 (AD 1779-1797)

Denomination

AR 1/2 Rupi (RARE size)�

Date Struck

AH 1201 (AD1787) , clearly dated but KM states that the date is in error for 1210!

Mint

Isfahan�� دارالسلطنه اصفهان

Reverse

 Mint�name & date are in a decorated pattern inside a dotted circle.

Obverse

In Farsi reads:Shod Afta�b-O-Ma�h,zar-O-sim dar Jahan/azsekkee-ye Emam be-haqq Sahib-oz-Zamman�, meaning; �theSun & the Moon became gold and silver/from the rightful Imam (the 12th Shi�aleader) the owner of the time�.

Weight

5.79 gr.

Diameter

20 mm.

Reference

KM #610 type B, Album #2849 (rare)

Grade

Very Fine

Comments

Agha Muḥammad Khān Qājār (1742�1797) (Persian: آغا محمد خان قاجار)‎‎ was the chief of the Qajar tribe, succeeding his father Mohammad Hassan Khan, who was killed on the orders of Adil Shah. He became the Emperor/Shah of Persia in 1794 and established the Qajar dynasty. He was succeeded by his nephew, Fat′h Ali Shah Qajar.

For further information on Qajar family past and present, see Mr. Eskandari�s excellent site: http://www.qajarpages.org/qajtoc.html

 
Price SKU: 35312
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