Copper pul, temp. Tole Buga (1287-1291 AD), Qirim mint, Jochid Mongols (Lebedev M23a)

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Upright Tamgha of Tole Buga within  a decorated square / Zarb Qirim (?) within a decorated square. 20mm, 1.57 grams. Mint of Qirim,. Lebedev M23a.

Talabuga, Tulabuga, Talubuga or Telubuga was the khan of the Golden Horde between 1287 and 1291. He was the son of Tartu and great-grandson of Batu Khan. He assumed the power in the Golden Horde in 1287 with the help of Nogai Khan, but was dethroned four years later by the same, replaced by Tokhta.

The Golden Horde was a Mongol and later Turkicized khanate, established in the 13th century, which comprised the northwestern sector of the Mongol Empire.[1] The khanate is also known as the Kipchak Khanate or as the Ulus of Jochi.