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Silver Coin of Amro Leis Saffari mint in Gonaveh, Amro was the second and last ruler of Saffarian Dynasty.He submitted to the Caliph. Iand ruled Fars, Khorasan and Sistan which his brother had taken back by sword as vassal ruler.
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A Dirham coin from Deylami era kings Azoddoleh (abu Shoja) on one side and Roknoddoleh (Abu Ali) on the back mint of Sirjan 972 AD. In times of Deylamian dynasty Baghdad was ruled by Iranians.
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Silver Coin of Hasan Bin Zeyd, the founder of the Alavian Dynasty in Tabarestan.After defeating rulers of the Taherian Dynasty, they supported the Deylamian and Espahbodan. Hasan Bin Zeyd died in 271 LH and his brother Mohammad Bin Zeyd succeeded him.
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Silver Coin with the image of Sinatruces, the 12th ruler of the Parthian Dynasty who ruled (c. 76/75-70/69 BC) He died circa 70 BCE and was succeeded by his son Farhad 3. On the back of this coin, the image of Arashk, the founder of the Parthian Empire.
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Silver Coin with portrait of Espahbod Farkhan, first ruler of Espahbodan Dynasty mint Tabarestan. He was a grandson of Gil Gilanshah who ruled over Gilan, and Tabarestan after the fall of Sassanian Dynasty and repelled Arab invasion until 761 AD.
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Silver Coin Goodarz 2 (Gotarzes II of Parthia) Parthian Dynasty mint Hamedan. He was the 24th ruler of the Parthian Empire (c.41 - 50 AD) Goodarz added to his coins king of kings Arsaces the benefactor, the just, the illustrious, friend of the Greeks.
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Sassanid king Bahram 1st Gold Coin.Bahram 1st (Shah of Persia 273–276) was the fourth Sassanid emperor of the Persian Empire. He was the eldest son of Shapour 1st and succeeded his brother Hormazd 1 (r. 272–273), who had reigned for only a year.
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Coin Silver(Shekel) in circulation in Achaemenid Empire with the image of the Shah holding a bow.Shekel was the silver coin issued by Dariush around 516 B.C. Shekel is probably the origin of the word Sekke in Persian that is referred to any metal coin.
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Silver Coin of Mehrdad 1 6th king of the Parthian Dynasty from (c. 171-137/8 BC) He succeeded his brother Farhad 1st. His father was King Phriapatius of Parthia, who died ca. 176 BC). Mehrdad 1 made Parthia into a major political power.
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The first Coins used in the Ismaic realm by the Rashedin Caliph Osman was a Sassanid Silver coin with the Arabic phrase Bismillah (meaning in the name of Allah) by the image of the last ruler of the Sassanid Empire Yazdgerd 3rd.
Tags :Sassanid , Silver , Coin , Islamic , Osman , Caliph , Omavi , Rashedin , Yazdgerd 3


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Qajar era 2000 Dinar Coin with Mohammad Ali Shah on front and Lion & Sun figure holding a sword on the back side. 2000 Dinars were only worth 2 Gheran. Mint shows 1336 AH which might be 1918 AD towards the end of the monarch's reign.
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Nickel Coin mint during Ahmad Shah reign of the Qajar Dynasty. Ahmad Shah was the last Qajar king who ascended the throne at the age of 13. Ahmad Shah Qajar ‎(Jan, 21, 1898 – Feb, 21 1930) was Shah of Iran (Persia) from Jul, 16, 1909, to Oct, 31, 1925.
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Silver Coin mint during the reign of Abu Saeed Bahador ( (June 2, 1305, Ujan – December 1, 1335)), the ninth and last Ilkhanate ruler in Iran(1316–1335). Abu Saeed fell in love with Bagdad Katun, a daughter of Chupan already married to Hasan Buzurg.
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Copper Coin of Abu Saeed, last Ilkhanates ruler in Iran.He died without an heir or an appointed successor, leaving the Ilkhanate eaten from inside by the power of the major families, as the Chupanids, the Jalayirids, or by new movements as the Sarbedaran.
Tags :Ilkhanate , Coin , Abu Saeed , Copper , Moghaddam Museum


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Silver Coin of Third Abbasi Caliph Al Mahdi son of Al-Mansour.His peaceful reign continued the policies of his predecessors. Rapprochement with the Shia Muslims in the Caliphate occurred under al-Mahdi's reign.
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Silver Coin of Abbasi Caliph Al Mostain who ruled in Baghdad from 862 to 866. After the death of previous Caliph, al-Muntasir, Turkish generals staged a coup putting him in power. Following a revolt by his cousin al-Mutazz, he was beheaded for 500 gold.
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Tin alloy Coin of Shapour 3rd, the eleventh Sassanid King of Persia from 383 to 388. Shapour 3. succeeded his father Ardeshir 2. in the year 383.Shapour 3. died in 388, after reigning more than 5 years. He was a man of simple tastes, and liked outdoors.
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Copper.coin of Musa Khan, one of last Ilkhanates in Iran. reigned shortly (about 2 months) after April 1336 AD. On June 15, 1337 Hasan Bozorg defeated and killed Musa Khan and invading Togha Teimur forces at Soghurlug in the Maragheh.
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Silver tetradirham of Artaxerxes III, Memphis, 343 BCE. Persian king Artaxerxes III (reigned 358-338 BCE) marched on Egypt to quell a rebellion. He issued a large series of silver coinage acceptable across Achaemenid Persian Empire
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Silver Coin of Abolhasan Booyeh (932-967AD) given title Moezzoddoleh by Baghdad Caliph Al Mostakfi. The Buyid Family (Al-e Booyeh) were originally fishermen from Deylaman area of Gilan who succeeded in taking back most of Iran.
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Silver Coin of Majdoddoleh, the last ruler of the Booyeh Dynasty.He could not deal with revolts after his mother Queen Fakroddoleh passed away. Sultan Mahmoud who came to Rhagae to help him, got him arrested. Thereafter the Booyeh Dynasty was terminated.
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Silver Coin of Emadoddoleh Deylami (c. 891/2 – December 949), founder of the Booyeh Dynasty.Ali with help from his brothers Ahmad and Hasan conquered some parts of Greater Iran. They were originally fishermen from Deylaman of Gilan.
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Silver Coin of Azoddoleh Deylami widely regarded as the greatest emir of the Booyeh Dynasty.The son of Roknoddoleh, Panah Khosrau was given the title of Azoddoleh by the Abbasid caliph in 948 when he was made emir of Fars.
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Silver Coin of Omavi Caliph Al Walid mint Darabgerd 96 LH. He was the 6th Omavi Caliph of the Umayyad Dynasty who reigned from 705 to 715 AD. He was a powerful and expansionist ruler.He died at the age of 48 in Damascus.
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Silver Coin of Umayyad Caliph Al Hesham mint Wasit . Caliph Hesham Bin Abdolmalek (691-743) was the 10th Omavi Caliph who reigned between 105-125 LH for nearly 20 years. He succeeded his brother Yazid Bin Abdolmalek.
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Sassanid Silver Dirham Coin with image of Khosrau Parviz, On the edges Arabic words Allah & Mohammad are seen. The coin has been mint in 1st century AH during the governorship of Omar Bin Obeydollah in Basra.
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Silver Coin of Samanian ruler Abdolmalek 1st son of Nuh 1st mint Samarkand. On the coin the Arabic Shahadatayn phrase and name of Al Mostakfi Bellah shows they were vassals of the Caliph of Baghdad at the time. Quranic verses on margins.
Tags :Samanian , Silver , Coin , Dirham , Abdolmalek 1 , Samarkand , Al Mostakfi , Samanian Dynasty


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Jalaladdin Kharazmshah, the last ruler of the Kharazmian Dynasty on Coin from Uzbekistan.Jalaladdin Kharazmshah was a very brave and restless fighter who has been praised by Iranian, Turkish and Arab historians for his resistance against Mongol invasion.
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Yazdgerd II Coin
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Khusrau I Anoushirvan Coin. Khosrau 1st most commonly known in Persian as Khosrau Anoushirvan or Anoushirvan-e Dadgar (r. 531–579), was the most famous and celebrated of the Sassanid Emperors.
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Hormazd I Coin
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Bahram I Coin. Bahram 1st (Shah of Persia 273–276) was the fourth Sassanid emperor of the Persian Empire. He was the eldest son of Shapour 1st and succeeded his brother Hormazd 1 (r. 272–273), who had reigned for only a year.
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Bahram 2nd Coin. Bahram II was the fifth Sassanid King of Persia in 276–293. He was the son of Bahram 1st (273–276).Bahram II is ruled tyrannically and disgusted all his principal nobles, who went so far as to form a conspiracy against him
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Bahram III Coin. Bahram 3. was the sixth Sassanid King of Persia, only son of Bahram 2. At a young age he was appointed viceroy to the region of Sakestan after Bahram 2's conquest of it around 280's AD.
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Sassanid Hormazd II Coin
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Ardeshir 3 Coin. Sassanid Ardashir III (c. 621-27 April 630) was the twenty-fourth Sassanid King of Persia from 628 to 630.
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A Coin from Achaemenid Satrap Mazaeus: During the reign of Dariush 3., he became the Satrap of Babylon an area known to the Greek as Mesopotamia. He was promised in marriage to king Dariush' daughter Barsine (aka Statira) who later married Alexander.
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A Coin from Parthian King Balash (Vologases) who reigned from 51 to 78 A.D. The reign of Balash marked an Iranian revival against Hellenism. He went back to Iranian customs and traditions of Achamenid era.
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Ghaznavi Sultan Masood Coin with Shahi design. In 1040 The Seljuks defeat Masood at the Battle of Dandanaqan. Masood withdraws and moves capital from Ghazni to Lahore. His army mutined and he was killed by his brother Mohammad.
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Ghaznavi Sultan Mahmoud Coin Silver jital coin o Sultan Mahmoud Ghaznavi with Arabic and Sanskrit minted in Lahore 1208 in the British Museum.Sultan Mahmoud Ghaznavi (Maḥmood of Ghazna) : born November 2, 971, died April 30?, 1030, Ghazna,
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An Indian Rupee 1739 minted by Afshar king Nader Shah in Sind after his conquest of India in 1739. Although Nader did not occupy India for a long time and restored Mughal Mohammad Shah to the throne, this coin was like an -I was here sign-.
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Coin Ardashir Artaxerxes I Makrocheir
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Dariush Silver Coin Siglos or Shikel. when Dariush conquered the legendary gold-country India, he introduced the gold Daric and silver Siglos as monetary standard. As a trading device, the coins were especially popular in Asia Minor.
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Sassanid Coin Yazdgerd I. Yazdgerd was very powerful both in military and diplomacy and very opportunistic. Like his Achaemenid ancestors, he advocated freedom of religion and worship and provided space for religious minorities.
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Dariush The Great Gold Coin named Daric. It's assumed tha Lydians went through such economic developments as the use of metallic coinage and passed the knowledge after they were added to the Persian Empire.
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Bahram 5th Coin. Bahram V was the fourteenth Sassanid King of Persia (421–438). Also called Bahram Goor, he was a son of Yazdegerd 1st (399–421) after whose sudden death he gained the crown against the opposition of the grandees.
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Sassanid king Yazdgerd 3 Coin Sekestan mint Dated Reignal year 11 (642 AD) Yazdgerd 3 was the 35th and the last king of the Sassanid Dynasty. Yazdgerd 3 was the grandson of Khosrau Parviz and Shirin.
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Parthian king Balash 5 Coin.Balash IV sent a peace messenger to Roman Emperor Severus in 199 AD, and then started on an expedition that forced Khazars to flee from the Caspian Sea region to the north of Darband in Caucasia.
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Sassanid king Ghobad I Coin. Ghobad I's first reign 488-496, second reign 498-530.Ghobad agreed with some of Mazdak teachings and created laws to reduce the privileges of the nobility and bring greater social justice to the people.
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Khosrau II Parviz Coin
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Yazdgerd III Coin
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Artaxerxes III Chariot Coin.Artaxerxes 3 of Persia (ca. 425 BC – 338 BC) was the Great King (Shah) of Persia and the eleventh Emperor of the Achaemenid Empire, as well as the first Pharaoh of the 31st dynasty of Egypt.
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Rhagae Abdolazim Museum Silver Coin Ghaznavi. Sultan Mahmoud was the most prominent ruler of the Ghaznavid dynasty who ruled from 997 until his death in 1030. He turned the former provincial city of Ghazni into the wealthy capital of an extensive empire
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Silver Coins of 2 Dinars value belonging to Mozaffarid Shah Shoja (1335-1364, 1366-1384). Shah Shoja was the second ruler of the Mozaffarid Dynasty who ruled in Shiraz and was contemporary to Hafez, great Iranian poet.
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Illustration of Inflation in action : 250 Rials Coins shrinking in time.between 1376-1390 SH (1977 - 2011 AD) Economy books explain infaltion and devaluation in terms of supply and demand which is a deceit to cover up theft, usury and corruption.
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Left: Silver Coin mint Shiraz of Ilkhanates ruler Oljaitu who later converted to Islam and took the name Soltan Mohammad Khodabandeh. Right mint Shiraz bears also the name of Sheikh Abu Ishagh Inju.
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The Eight Sassanid Hormazd 2 Coin. Hormizd 2. was the eighth Persian king of the Sassanid Empire, and reigned for seven years and five months, from 302 to 309. Almost nothing is known of his reign.
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Sassanid Queen Pourandokht Coin. Pourandokht was the 31st Sassanid ruler. She was the daughter of Khosrau Parviz was chosen by the Mehestan to succeed the conspirator Sepahbod Sharbaraz and became the first female ruler of the Sassanid Empire.
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Coin of Ord 2, King of Parthia (c. 56 - 37 BC) The reverse shows a seated archer with a bow. The Greek inscription means: king of kings, great Arsaces, and founder. Ord 2. retired in favor of his son Farhad 4. who murdered him shortly after.
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Qajar Dynasty 5000 Dinars silver coin (equals 5 Gheran) with the name of Mozaffaroddin Shah mint 1320LH Tehran. The coin bearing the images of Lion & Sun, crown, olive & oak leaves is popular and traded around $100 among collectors.
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