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Anonymous copper pul, ca.1350/1400 AD, Qrim or Saray al-Jadid mint, Mongols of the Golden Horde (cf.Zeno #28131)

Anonymous copper pul, ca.1350/1400 AD, Qrim or Saray al-Jadid mint, Mongols of the Golden Horde (cf.Zeno #28131)

Crude and imitative retrograde Al-Mulk Allahu / Geometric decorations. 16mmx20mm, 1.65 grams. Mintless, but minted in Qrim or Saray al-Jadid. Zeno #28131.

These strange copper puls are found from Middle Volga up to Crimea, including Kuban and Azaq regions. By style, they are sometimes attributed to Saray al-Jadid, but it is more likely they were minted in Qrim. It is not known which of the Golden Horde Khans minted them, as they do not bear a date or the name of the Khan, but they were minted sometimes in the second half of the 14th century.

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