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Extremely rare! Tatta mint silver rupee of Shah Alam Bahadur with his pre-accession name Mu'azzam, 1119 AH / 1707, Moghul Empire

Extremely rare! Tatta mint silver rupee of Shah Alam Bahadur with his pre-accession name Mu'azzam, 1119 AH / 1707, Moghul Empire

Name and titles of Mu'azzam as "Mu'azzam, second Shah Jahan". 21.5mm, 10.97 grams. Mint of Tatta.KM 345.1

Mu'azzam was a son of Aurangzeb. In the first year of his reign he minted some coins in Tatta using his pre-accession name "Mu'azzam" and not his Imperial name, and a honorific title "Second Shah Jahan". These coins are extremely rare and unpriced in Krause. 

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US$795.00 EUR 686.41 GBP 620.02 CHF 774.82 CAD 1,047.67
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