Copper pul with Uighur script, temp. Monghe Timur Khan (1267-1280 AD) or his immediate successors, Qirim mint, Jochid Mongols (Lebedev M31)

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Upright Jochid Tamgha, Zarb Qirim in arabic to the sides ("Mint of Qirim") / Uighur inscription in 3 lines: Kyrk seriz-bir yarmak (48 to one yarmak, that is - 48 of these pulos are worth one yarmak (dirham))". 18.5mm, 1.23 grams. Mint of Qirim, minted ca.1267-1300 AD. Lebedev M31; cf.Zeno 6956. 

Rare type.

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.