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2 Dinars - temp. Amir Khusraw independent of the of Timurid empire

2 Dinars - temp. Amir Khusraw (independent of the  of Timurid empire) -  obverse2 Dinars - temp. Amir Khusraw (independent of the  of Timurid empire) -  reverse

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Country Emirate of Qunduz
(Greater Iran)
Type Standard circulation coin
Years 902-910 (1497-1505)
Calendar Islamic (Hijri)
Value AE 2 Dinars
Currency Dinar (1497-1505)
Composition Copper
Weight 10 g
Diameter 30 mm
Thickness 4 mm
Shape Round
Demonetized Yes


Deer left, date above.


Zarb do dinar Qunduz within quatrefoil


Amir Khusraw Shah, a governor in Qunduz under the Timurids, proclaimed his autonomy in AH902 (1497AD) and ruled independently as Amir of Qunduz until AH910 (1505AD). Most of his coins are denominated 2 (Persian "do") Dinars. They are frequently found countermarked with a devaluation to one ("lek") Dinar. The coins all feature a deer or antelope on the obverse.

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902 (1497) 
903 (1498) 
904 (1499) 
905 (1500) 
906 (1501) 
907 (1502) 
908 (1503) 
909 (1504) 
910 (1505) 

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