Ancient Islamic, Seljuqs of Rum // Excellent Silver Dirham
This Ancient Islamic Seljuqs (Seljuks) of Rum coin was struck under “The Three Brothers” (Kayka’us II, Qilij Arslan IV, and ‘Ala al-Din Kaykubad II), circa AH 647-657 (1249-1259 CE). They were the three sons of Kaykhusraw II and Prodoulia, their Greek mother, who was the daughter of a priest. This partial Greek lineage caused them to remain close with the Greeks of Nicaea throughout their reign, having basically Christian/Muslim dual religious and ethnic identities. Grades MS61 To About Uncirculated!
3.375"L x 2.375"W x 0.375"H
— Ref: Album-1227v For Type
— Coin Diameter: 22mm
— Slabbed & Certified By NGC
— Accompanied by a hand-signed certificate of authenticity which includes all the details, culture, dating, motifs/inscriptions when applicable, historical relevance, and provenance.
Please Note: Every specimen is unique but similar in size & appearance. The one you will receive might be slightly different & not necessarily the same as pictured.
The coin is silver as mentioned in the title and description. We do not know what the purity is that was used at the time. Not the purest silver but the circulating standard of the time.
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