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The Ottoman Empire existed from 1299 until 1922, and is the precursor state of the Republic of Turkey. Centred around Anatolia, the Ottoman Empire encompassed, at the height of its power in the 16th century, North Africa, the Balkans, Greece, Crimea, the Caucasus, the Levant and the Arabian Peninsula. Read more

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Ottoman Empire - Altin

Zeri Istanbul - Ahmed III – obverse
Zeri Istanbul - Ahmed III – reverse
Zeri Istanbul - Ahmed III
1115 (1704)
Gold – 3.4 g – ø 19 mm
KM# 173
Zeri Mahbub -  Mahmud I – obverse
Zeri Mahbub -  Mahmud I – reverse
Zeri Mahbub - Mahmud I
1143 (1731)
Gold – 2.6 g – ø 20 mm
KM# 222
3 Altin - Abdul Hamid I – obverse
3 Altin - Abdul Hamid I – reverse
3 Altin - Abdul Hamid I
1187 (1773)
Gold – ø 37 mm
KM# 434
Zeri Mahbub - Mustafa IV – obverse
Zeri Mahbub - Mustafa IV – reverse
Zeri Mahbub - Mustafa IV
1222 (1807)
Gold – 2.35 g
KM# 545
2 Hayriye - Mahmud II – obverse
2 Hayriye - Mahmud II – reverse
2 Hayriye - Mahmud II
1223 (1808)
Gold (.873) – 3.5 g – ø 28 mm
KM# 639
Eshrefi Altin - Ahmed III – obverse
Eshrefi Altin - Ahmed III – reverse
Eshrefi Altin - Ahmed III
1115 (1704)
Gold – 3.45 g – ø 23 mm
KM# 170
100 Kurush - Mehmed V (Constantinople) – obverse
100 Kurush - Mehmed V (Constantinople) – reverse
100 Kurush - Mehmed V (Constantinople)
1327 (1916)
Commemorative: Monnaie de Luxe
Gold (.917) – 7.02 g
KM# 782
2 ½ Altin - Abdul Hamid I – obverse
2 ½ Altin - Abdul Hamid I – reverse
2 ½ Altin - Abdul Hamid I
1187 (1773)
Gold – 8.9 g – ø 39 mm
KM# 430
3 Altın - Mahmud I – obverse
3 Altın - Mahmud I – reverse
3 Altın - Mahmud I
1143 (1731)
Gold – 9.95 g – ø 37 mm
KM# 239
Zari Mahbub - Selim III (Islambol mint) – obverse
Zari Mahbub - Selim III (Islambol mint) – reverse
Zari Mahbub - Selim III (Islambol mint)
1203-1220 (1789-1807)
Gold – 2.40 g – ø 21 mm
KM# 523

Ottoman Empire - Akçe (1327-1687)

Manghir - Murad I – obverse
Manghir - Murad I – reverse
Manghir - Murad I
790 (761-1388)
1.7 g – ø 17 mm
Manghir - Bayezid I – obverse
Manghir - Bayezid I – reverse
Manghir - Bayezid I
(1389-1402)
Copper – 1.5 g – ø 14 mm
1 Mangir - Ahmad I (Ah 1012-1026, 1603-1616 AD) – obverse
1 Mangir - Ahmad I (Ah 1012-1026, 1603-1616 AD) – reverse
1 Mangir - Ahmad I (Ah 1012-1026, 1603-1616 AD)
(1603-1604)
Copper – 8.88 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 9
1 Mangir - Suleyman II – obverse
1 Mangir - Suleyman II – reverse
1 Mangir - Suleyman II
1099 (1688)
Copper – 1.9 g – ø 19 mm
KM# 87.1, KM# 87.2
1 Mangir - Suleyman II Sarajevo mint – obverse
1 Mangir - Suleyman II Sarajevo mint – reverse
1 Mangir - Suleyman II Sarajevo mint
1100 (1689)
Copper – 1.3 g – ø 18 mm
KM# 89
Akce (Constantinople) – obverse
Akce (Constantinople) – reverse
Akce (Constantinople)

Copper – 1.3 g – ø 1.2 mm
Val CCMS# 133
Akce - Murad I (1362 - 1389 AD.) – obverse
Akce - Murad I (1362 - 1389 AD.) – reverse
Akce - Murad I (1362 - 1389 AD.)
(761-791)
Silver – 0.70 g – ø 12.01 mm
Artuk# 1381

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