Indian Coins - Colonial India
INDIAN TEMPLE TOKEN, in style of Akbar mohur, (A.H. 963-1014, A.D.1556-1605), square gold temple token as an imitation of the heavy mohur of akbar, (12.362 grams), style of Urdu Zafar Qarim mint, year A.H. 1000 (A.D. 1591-2), (cf.BMC 73-7, cf.Punjab Museum Cat. 124, cf.KM SAC 119.4). Full flan, otherwise good very fine, rare.
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INDIAN TEMPLE TOKEN, in style of Akbar mohur, (A.H. 963-1014, A.D.1556-1605), square gold temple token ...