Rare Special StrikeMughal, Jahangir, AH 1015-1037 / AD 1605-1628, gold sawai mohur (13.43g, 24mm). Agra AH 1021 year 7, month of Farvardin, special strike, each side framed in an ornamental octagon. A few earthen deposits, otherwise Choice Extremely Fine.
Agra was the capital city of the Mughal Empire. During the middle of Jahangir's reign, from AH 1020-1027, ornately designed inscriptional sawai mohurs were struck at Agra, with a different design each month, all of them magnificent, and all of great rarity. The stated month refers to the solar year, the Hijri date to the lunar year.
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