After years of finding a choice well struck specimen. Most specimens have notorious off struck inscriptions. Genghis Khan requires little need for introduction as the great Khan who united the Mongols and set the foundation as one of history's greatest conquerors for his descendants to come. This is one of the few rare specimens of coinage that bears his name in full as opposed to just his title as the Khan. Others include gold dinars and a very rare bronze coin. It was believed to be Minted by his travelling mint of his horde while chasing after the fallen Khwarezm ruler upon his conquest of the Khwarezm Empire. This silver dirham has the following inscriptions ( Special thanks to my friend for his kind inscription for Arabic readers): Obverse (Left) Al-Adil - The Just Al-Azam - The Great Jankeez Khan - Genghis Khan Reverse: (Name of the Abbasid Ruler) Al-Nasir Li Deen il-llah Amir Al-Mumineen Apart from the historical significance, this coin also bears a special memento as it belonged to my late friend Jim Farr, a well respected numismatist, member of the Oriental Numismatic Society and overall great man.