coin with flower?

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  1. Muhammad Niazi

    Muhammad Niazi Active Member

    This is a coin from the indian region. It is tiny, at exactly 10mm diameter. The flower pattern reminds me of sikh coinage as they are fond of putting leaves and petals in their coins. but im still not sure, the reverse also baffles me. any idea about its true identity?

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  3. THCoins

    THCoins Well-Known Member

    This is an AE fals issued under the Habbarid Amirs of Sind.
    It is in a very nice condition for these !
     
  4. Muhammad Niazi

    Muhammad Niazi Active Member

    jee thanks!! is there any literary reference onnthe internet to this coin? id like to know what the reverse means.
     
  5. THCoins

    THCoins Well-Known Member

    These small coins from Sind and Multan have only recently been cataloged by Fishman and Todd. Don't think there is much backround info to been found online.
     
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  6. chrsmat71

    chrsmat71 I LIKE TURTLES! Supporter

    That's a cool little coin @Muhammad Niazi ! I have a little Amirs of Sind coin as well!

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    Amirs of Sindh, 10th century AD, 10 mm, 0.7g.
     
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  7. Collect89

    Collect89 Coin Collector

    Very cool coins. I just want to point ancientnoob @Ancientnoob to these recent Indian region coin threads by Mr. Niazi.
     
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  8. Muhammad Niazi

    Muhammad Niazi Active Member

    These tiny silver dammas are the next coins id like to have!
     
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