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SULTANS OF DELHI, Nasiru-D-Din Mahmud Shah I, (644-664 A.H., 1246-1266 A.D.), billon jital, (3.45 grams), uncertain mint, obv. three lines, (The most mighty Sultan Nasiru- D-Din wa ud din), rev. Chauhan horseman to r., above (Mahmud), below (The Amir), (Wright 233, Hull 151, M.2514, Rajgor 913); Ghiyasu-D-Din Balban, (664-686 A.H., 1266-1287 A.D.), billon jital (1/24 tankah) (3.62 grams), probably Delhi mint, not dated, rev. in circle Balban, (Wright 244-6, BMC 115-8, Hull 163, M.2526, IMC 156-7, Rajgor 927); another copper fals or one and a half jitals (4.13 grams), probably Delhi mint, nd. (Wright 248-9, BMC 119-120, Hull 164, M.2527, IMC 158-9, Rajgor 929). Very fine and scarce. (3)
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