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Early type high quality silver damma (qanhari dirham) of Abdallah II (mid-900's), "mint 3", Habbarid Sindh, medieval India

Early type high quality silver damma (qanhari dirham) of Abdallah II (mid-900's), "mint 3", Habbarid Sindh, medieval India

La ilah illa / Allah wahdahu / la sharik lahu (“There is no God but Allah alone, no partner to him”) // Muhammad / rasul / Allah al-Amir / ‘Abd “Allah ("Muhammad is the messenger of God, Amir Abdallah"). 11mm, 0.59 grams. Shahada issue, mint 3. G/G #AS2; Fishman/Todd (2018) #HS24.

Abdallah II was probably the son of Amir Muhammad. He minted coins in "Mint 2" and "Mint 3" and his reign can be tentatively dated to the first half of the 10th century AD. This coin is an early issue (their style quickly became cruder and cruder) and in full size.

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