Allah wali / ˜Umar wa na/ sarahu ("Allah is the friend of ˜Umar and his helper�) // Muhammad / rasul / Allah / al-Amir ˜Umar (œMuhammad is the messenger of God, Amir ˜Umar"). 10mm, 0.45 grams. G/G #AS33; Fishman/Todd (2018) #HS21
The rare œAllah wali� coins naming ˜Umar might belong to ˜Umar III of Mint 1 or a completely different ˜Umar (˜Umar IV) who controlled Mint 2 or perhaps a different mint altogether, as these coins are not a perfect fit into Mint 2 coinage (as the rulers of Mint 2 now were making dammas with a œShahada� legend). They are somewhat similar to the œAllah wali� dammas of ˜Umar I issued in the style of the gubernatorial dammas (Type HS1), but those dammas show a different calligraphy and are much lighter (0.2 to 0.3 grams), and do not have ˜Umar™s name on the reverse.