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Nice and very rare bronze jou of Mongke (1251-1259), Ghazna mint, Great Mongol Khans

Nice and very rare bronze jou of Mongke (1251-1259), Ghazna mint, Great Mongol Khans

Arabic inscriptions on both sides: qa'an/ Mungka/ al-a'dil ("Khan Mongke the Just") / Bi-Beled Ghazna in the circular margin ("In the city of Ghazna"), possibly followed by a date, jou (denomination) in the circle in the middle. 15mm, 3.37 grams. Ghazna mint. Nyamaa -; Badarch -; Album 1978E.1; Tye -; Zeno 97679.

Rare! These very rare and obscure coins are unpublished in most standard references. 

Möngke was born on January 10, 1209 as the eldest son of Genghis Khan's teen-aged son Tolui and Sorghaghtani. Möngke Khan (January 10, 1209 - August 11, 1259 ), was the fourth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire from July 1, 1251 until August 11, 1259. He was the first Great Khan from the Toluid line. Under Möngke, the Mongols conquered Iraq and Syria as well as the kingdom of Nanzhao and the area of present-day Vietnam. He made significant reforms to improve the administration of the Empire.

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