An authentic Ancient India: Sillver qanhari dirhams (dammas) minted by the Habbarid dynasty in Sind (ca.850-1000 AD).
Each coin is 9-11mm, 0.4-0.5 grams.
The quality is very low, but the coins still weigh 21 grams of silver.
Each silver coin is $2.
Sind was the first part of India to come under muslim rule. The earliest Amirs issued small silver coins (1/5 dirhams) - all carrying the name of the Amir, but without any dates, so they are very difficult to date exactly, especially since the Amirs of Sind are virtually unknown from other sources.
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