SKU # 30005732 - Rare Silver One Rupee Coin of Shah Jahan II of Nusratabad Mint.


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Rare Silver One Rupee Coin of Shah Jahan II of Nusratabad Mint.

Rare Silver One Rupee Coin of Shah Jahan II of Nusratabad Mint.
Rare Silver One Rupee Coin of Shah Jahan II of Nusratabad Mint.
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Shah Jahan II, Nusratabad Mint, Silver Rupee, AH 1131, Obv: sikka mubarak shahjahan badshah ghazi, Rev: manus memanat sana julus & zarb at bottom, 11.3g, 21.47mm, Unpublished, about very fine, Extremely Rare.

 
The Northern Karnataka comes under the Mughals. Dharwad sas called Nusratabad. A few Gold and Silver Coins of Aurangazeb bearing the date 1114-1146 AH is also known & some of his successors were also minted here. Actually prince Muazzam (Shah Alam Bahadur), Aurangazeb's son took hubli & Dharwad (Nusratabad) in 1685 AD. Till the Ruler Rafi-ud-Daula (Shahjahan II) & Alamgir II. This mint was very active until 1753 AD. The Rafi-ud-Daula (Shahjahan II) coins of Silver Rupee minted few coins of this mint. Thus the coins of Shahjahan II of Nusratabad are very Rare.


Nusratabad

Silver

1719 AD

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