Rare unlisted type! Silver rupee of Shah Jahan (1627-1658), Daulatabad mint, Moghul Empire - unlisted type

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Inscriptions on both sides, Kalima on obverse Dated to regnal year 1 = 1627/1628 AD. Excellent large coin, very attractive, thick and heavy. 21mm, 11.4 grams. Daulatabad mint. RARE type! KM - (variation of type 221, listed only for Surat). Unlisted in standard catalogues.

The Mughal Dynasty is a line of Muslim emperors who reigned in India from 1526 to 1858. Babur, the first mughal emperor, was a descendant of the Turkish conqueror Timur on his father's side and of the Mongol (n, mughal) conqueror Genghis Khan on his mother's side, Invaded India from Afghanistan and founded the Mughal Empire on the ruin of the Delhi Sultanate. From 1526, when Babur defeated Sultan Ibrahim Lodi, the ruler of Delhi and established himself in neighbouring Agra, until 1638, when his great-great-grandson Shah Jehan built a new capital city in Delhi again, Agra was a repository for all the wealth and talent of one of the most extensive empires in the medieval world.