The only representation of the praying Caliph on a precious metal coin : an extraordinary witness of the early Umayyad period. The ... - Nice extremely fine.
An unpublished silver Drachm of the beginning of Islamic coinage. The Umayyad Caliphate. temp. Abd al-Malik b. Marwan AH 65-86 (685-705 ... - Good very fine and very rare.
Converting to Islam. The Umayyad Caliphate. Anonymous. AE Pashiz ND (c. AH 72-95), ST (Istakhr). Facing bust of Sasanian ruler with arms ... - Probably the finest example of this very rare coinage.
Zubayda, the most famous queen in the History of Islam. The Abbasid Caliphate. Zubayda bint Ja’far bin Abi-Ja’far al-Mansur with the ... - About extremely fine and previously unpublished
One of the earliest gold coins struck in Makka. The Abbasid Caliphate. abu’l-Fadl Ja’far al-Mutawakkil ‘ala-Allah AH 232-247 ... - Very fine and extremely rare.
A very rare donative gold Dinar of the Abbasid period. The Abbasid Caliphate. abu’l-Fadl Ja’far al-Muqtadir billah, AH 295-320 ... - Nice extremely fine.
A masterpiece of Islamic Art: the earliest surviving 10 Dinars medallion. The Buwayhid Rulers of Iran and Iraq. Rukn al-dawla abu ... - Extremely fine and of the highest rarity.
The Great Seljuqs. Mu’izz al-din abu’l-Harith Sanjar b. Malikshah AH 511-552 (1118-1157 CE). AV Dinar AH 515 (1122 CE), Balkh. ... - About extremely fine and extremely rare.
The Hafsids of Algeria, Tunisia and Tripoli. temp. abu-‘Abd Allah Muhammad I b. Yahya, AH 647-675 (1249-1277 CE). AV Dinar, no mint name ... - Extremely fine and very rare.
Unique, the first gold dinar of the Timurids bearing the name of Timur (Tamerlane). The Timurids of Transoxiana and Persia. Qutb al-din ... - Extremely fine and unique.
A unique Mohur of Tamerlaine struck during the invasion of Delhi, AH 800. The Timurids of Transoxiana and Persia. Qutb al-din Timur ... - Extremely fine and of the most significant historical importance.
An extraordinary donative gold piece of 10 Mithqal The Ghurids of Afghanistan and India. Muizz al-din Muhammad b. Sam, AH 567-602 ... - Extremely fine and extremely rare.
A spectacular donative gold coin of 20 Ashrafi. The Safawid Shahs of Iran. Sulayman I b. ‘Abbas II, AH 1077-1105 (1666-1694 CE). AV ... - Very fine and extremely rare.
A unique presentation gold coin of the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman Empire. Abdul Aziz b. Mahmud AH 1277-1293 (1861-1876 CE). AV Pattern ... - Virtually uncirculated and unique
The Ottoman Empire. Mustafa III b. Ahmad III AH 1171-1187 (1757-1774 CE). AV Double Zar-i Mahbub AH 1171, Misr (Cairo). The Sultan's tughra ... - About uncirculated and extremely rare.
Auction: Auction 11 - A Royal Collection
Pre-bidding - End
17 11 2019 20:00 CET
Room auction - Start
18 11 2019 14:30 CET