Here it is: Attribution seems to be fairly straightforward, KM 82.1. But I am puzzled by the date (on the reverse). Here it is: ٩٩٤ My question has to do with the last digit: ٤ (a backward 3 in Western Arabic numerals). Is that a 4 or a 5? I've looked at several online sites, auctions, etc. and ٩٩٤ is shown as either 994 or 995. There doesn't seem to be a clear consensus, which surprises me. Or am I missing something? My ignorance in these matters is near-complete! Wikipedia article on Eastern Arabic Numerals shows variation 4 = ٤ for "Eastern Arabic" versus ۴(Persian) or ۴ (Urdu). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Arabic_numerals But here is an authoritative-looking auction stating this is a 5: https://www.acsearch.info/search.html?id=2959821 Any help much appreciated. And share those Mughal rupees, square or otherwise.