Item #31161 Jalayrids Shaykh Uways I, (AD 1336-1374) AH 757-776 AR dinar, Qazvin mint Dated 767AH, Album #2300.3 (type TC1), RARE MINT for this ruler/ VF-XF

World Coins - Item #31161 Jalayrids Shaykh Uways I, (AD 1336-1374) AH 757-776 AR dinar, Qazvin mint Dated 767AH, Album #2300.3 (type TC1), RARE MINT for this ruler/ VF-XF
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Jalayrids

 
SHAYKH UWAYS I      AH757-776 (AD1336-1374)      

Ruler's name & His Reign: Shaykh Uways I, (AD 1336-1374) شیخ اویس اول

Mint: Qazvin, قزوین AH (76)7/AD1346 RARE for this ruler
Metal & Denomination: Silver dinar
Size: 21 mm.
Weight: 2,05 gr.

Obverse: The mint name in the center and the titles of the ruler, in the trifoil design.

Reverse: The usual Sunni legends in center

Reference: Album #2300.3 (type TC1)

Notes: Shortly after Shaikh Awais Jalayir succeeded his father, the old enemy of the Jalayirids, the Chobanids, were overrun by the forces of the Golden Horde under Jani Beg in 1357. Malek Asraf was executed, and Azerbaijan was conquered. Following Jani Beg’s withdrawal from Azerbaijan, as well as his son Berdi Beg’s similar abandonment of the region in 1358, the area became a prime target for its neighbors. Shaikh Awais Jalayir, who at first had recognized the sovereignty of the Blue Horde, decided to take the former Chobanid lands for himself, even as a former amir of Malek Asraf’s named Akhichuq attempted to keep the region in Mongol hands. Despite a campaign that ended prematurely, as well as the brief conquest of Azerbaijan by the Muzaffarids, Uvais conquered the area in 1360. In addition to Baghdad, he could now boast Tabriz as a large city under his control.

Prix SKU: 31161
US$ 45.00
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Cotation au: 06/22/21

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