Since the Corona crisis means that I have to spend a lot of time at home, I'm finally trying to properly attribute some miscellaneous coins that have accumulated over the years. I don't really collect Islamic coins, mostly because I don't read Arabic, but occasionally I add a piece I find interesting, especially if it is historically connected to my Western medieval areas of interest. The coin below was a €3 piece of "bycatch" from an infamous German ebay dealer whom I don't patronize anymore, partly because a whole number of his attributions turned out to be incorrect. The seller had a large number of these on offer back then, and I had already paid shipping for another coin... I bought it as a 2 dirham piece of the Ilkhan ruler Taghay Timur (1329/30–1363). Yet, I can't find it on the great website zeno.ru or anywhere else, and strongly doubt that this attribution is correct. Maybe someone here can give me a hint in the right direction? Any help is appreciated! Below are pictures of my coin and, to help identification, a better example from the same seller. The diameter of my coin is 19mm, the weight is 1.3g.