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Palembang Sultanate, Java (Indonesia), 1400 - 1821 A.D.
These coins, starting in the 1400s, were cast in tin alloyed with lead, denominated "pitis," one-sided, and generally inscribed in Arabic script. In 1821, the Dutch took control of Palembang and ended the local sultanate coinage. These coins were cast in "trees" and then broken off the trunks. It is common to find a remnant of the branch (casting sprue) that attached the coin to the tree.CH96834. Tin cash, aF or better, bumps and scratches, as found patina and light encrustations, 13 - 20mm, obverse Arabic inscription, most with a round whole in center; reverse plain; c. 1400 - 1821 A.D, random selection from the actual coins in the photo, no more specific identification provided, if you order more than one and you want variety of types, ask us in the checkout comments to select the best possible variety, ONE COIN; $5.00 (€4.10)
Khmer Kingdom of Angkor, 802 - 1450 A.D.
This type is found in Cambodia and Laos.AE49660. Lead 6 units, Mitchiner ACW 5271, Mitchiner NI 2645, aEF, weight 19.454 g, maximum diameter 32.7 mm, obverse floral lotus pattern around center hole; reverse floral lotus pattern around center hole; particularly attractive for the type, large 6 unit denomination with 32.7 mm diameter; SOLD
Sogdian Ikhshids of Samarqand, King Shishpir, c. 638 - 655 A.D.
WA74053. Cast bronze cash, Smirnova 48, gF, crude, light corrosion, weight 4.468 g, maximum diameter 26.0 mm, die axis 180o, Eastern Sogdiana mint, c. 638 - 655 A.D.; obverse Sogdian inscription: Ikhshid Shishpir; reverse four tamgas, including the tamga of Samarqand; very rare; SOLD
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Smirnova, O. Svodnyaei katalog Sogdiaeiskikh monet: bronza. (Moscow, 1981).
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