India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Shah Jahan I, 1628-1658, AR rupee (11.43g), Kashmir, AH1041 year 5, K

India -

140-180
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Shah Jahan I, 1628-1658, AR rupee (11.40g), Burhanpur, year one (ahad

India -

100-150
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Shah Jahan I, 1628-1658, AR rupee (11.46g), Baldat Allahabad, AH1068

India -

250-350
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Shah Jahan I, 1628-1658, AV mohur, Surat, year 2, KM-255.6, month of

India -

1,800-2,200
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Murad Bakhsh, 1658, AR rupee (11.48g), Ahmadabad, year one (ahad), KM

India -

100-120
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Murad Bakhsh, 1658, AR rupee (11.54g), Surat, AH1068 year one (ahad),

India -

140-180
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, AR rupee (11.43g), Aurangabad, AH1071 year 3, K

India -

200-240
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, AR rupee (11.46g), Patna, AH1070 year one (ahad

India -

150-200
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, AR rupee (11.25g), Tatta, AH1070 year 1 (ahad),

India -

120-160
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, AR ¼ rupee nisar (2.83g), Akbarabad, AH1071 yea

India -

350-450
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, LOT of 24 rupees of the mint of Multan: AH1073/

India -

350-450
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, LOT of 30 rupees of the mint of Lahore: year 3,

India -

350-500
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, LOT of 28 rupees: Akbarabad: year 44, AH(111)4/

India -

300-450
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, LOT of 9 rupees of the mint of Sahrind: AH1107/

India -

240-340
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Aurangzeb, 1658-1707, LOT of 12 rupees and 2 half rupees, various min

India -

180-240
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Jahangir, 1605-1628, AR

India -

100-130
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Jahangir, 1605-1628, AR

India -

100-130
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Jahangir, 1605-1628, AR jahangiri rupee (13.45g), Tatta, AH1019 year

India -

140-180
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Jahangir, 1605-1628, AE zodiac rupee, Ahmadabad, AH1027 year 13, KM-1

India -

300-400
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Jahangir, 1605-1628, AR rupee (11.43g), Lahore, AH1036 year 22, KM-14

India -

140-180
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Jahangir, 1605-1628, AR rupee (11.39g), Lahore, AH1027 year 12, KM-14

India -

110-150
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Jahangir, 1605-1628, AR rupee, Ahmadabad, AH1023 month of Di, KM-149.

India -

120-160
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Akbar I, 1556-1605, LOT of 3 ornate round rupees with Ilahi dates, al

India -

150-200
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Akbar I, 1556-1605, LOT of 12 round rupees with Ilahi dates, all with

India -

500-600
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Akbar I, 1556-1605, LOT of 10 round rupees with Ilahi dates, all with

India -

180-240
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Akbar I, 1556-1605, LOT of 11 square rupees with Ilahi dates, with mo

India -

250-350
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Akbar I, 1556-1605, LOT of 23 square rupees with Hijri dates (items m

India -

550-750
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Akbar I, 1556-1605, LOT of 16 round silver rupees of the kalima type,

India -

400-500
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Akbar I, 1556-1605, LOT of 12 round silver rupees of the kalima type,

India -

180-260
India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Akbar I, 1556-1605, LOT of 12 silver fractions: Quarter rupee: Lahore

India -

250-400

Lot:1866  1605-1628印度莫卧儿帝国金币 NGC AU 55

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拍品分类 世界钱币>金币 品相 NGC AU55
拍品估价 USD 220,000-260,000 成交价 USD 258500
拍卖专场 SA2018年9月加州拍卖(#32) 拍卖公司 SA
开拍日期 2018-09-14 00:00:00 结标日期 2018-09-15 12:00:00 拍卖状态 成交
拍品描述 1605-1628印度莫卧儿帝国金币 NGC AU 55

India - Mughal Empire. MUGHAL: Jahangir, 1605-1628, AV portrait mohur (10.80g), Ajmer (Ajmir), AH1023 year 9, KM-197.6, magnificent design and calligraphy, same dies as #319 of the British Museum (published by Lane-Poole in 1892), and far superior to another example from the same dies, but only good fine condition, that sold in the Triton Auction XIX, Lot 2398, for $350,000., NGC graded AU55. The so-called "bacchanalian" mohur portrays, on the obverse, Jahangir seated cross-legged on the throne, nimbate, holding up a wine cup, boldly proclaiming his love of wine and other alcoholic beverages. The reverse center bears the radiant sun, said to represent the month of his birth, with the date & mint to the left, his regnal year to the right. The Persian couplet, engraved in the most elegant Persian calligraphy, is divided between obverse & reverse, which was translated by Stanley Lane-Poole as "Destiny has drawn on money of gold / The portrait of his Majesty Sháh Jahángír / The letters of Jahángír and Alláhu Akbar / Are equal in value from the beginning of time". The abjad value of both Jahángír and Alláhu Akbar each equal 292.