Rare silver dirham of Pulad Khan (810-813 AH/1407-1410 AD), Hajji-Tarkhan mint, Jochid Jochid Mongols (Sagdeyeva #499 var.)

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Al-Sultan A(sic)Pulad Khan Khalad Mulkeh ("Sultan Pulad Khan, may his rule endure") in Arabic / Zarb Hajji-Tarkhan ("Struck in Hajji Zarhan") in Arabic. 15mm, 1.08 grams. Mint of Hajji-Tarkhan. Sagdeeva #499var.

Rare ruler! The coin has a spelling error on obverse and a different legend arrangement on the reverse than the only piece listed in Sagdeyeva.

Pulad (or Bulat) was the son of Timur-Qutlugh. He was elevated by Edigey after Shadibeck was deposed in 810 AH. Pulad's Khanate lasted for only a year and a half - he was then deposed and banished by his brother Timur .

Genghis Khan's eldest son, Jochi, had 14 sons. When he died, they inherited their father's dominions as fiefs under the rule of their brothers, Batu Khan, as supreme and Orda Khan as elder. Orda with some of his younger brothers constituted the eastern wing of the Jochid Ulus (Golden Horde) while Batu and others ruled the western part of it. Those Hordes are known as "White", "Blue" and "Gray" (Shaybanids) Horde. Two main division are also known as Batu's Ulus (district) and Orda's Ulus.



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