Coins from Tunisia

Tunisia is Africa's northernmost country, situated between Algeria, Libya and the Mediterranean. The country is named after its capital Tunis.
Wikidata: Q948

See also: Ottoman Empire, Carthage

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Rial (1567-1891)

12 Qafsi / Burben / Bourbine = 2 Fals / Burbe / Bourbe = 1 Nasri / Asper • 52 Nasri / Asper = 16 Kharub / Caroub = 1 Rial / Piastre / Rial Sebili

1 Qafsi - Mahmud I
1147 (1735)

Copper • 0.73 g
N# 113024
1 Qafsi - Mahmud I (date at bottom)
1165 (1752)

Copper • 1.26 g • ⌀ 14 mm
KM# 40, N# 113020
1 Qafsi - Osman III
1168 (1755)

Copper • 0.71 g • ⌀ 10 mm
N# 157487
1 Qafsi - Mustafa III
1172-1178 (1759-1765)

Copper • 0.66 g • ⌀ 12 mm
KM# 55, N# 83643
1 Qafsi - Abdulhamid I
1188-1198 (1774-1784)

Copper • 0.575 g
KM# 62, N# 112966
1 Qafsi - Mahmud II
1230-1232 (1815-1817)

Copper • 1.06 g
KM# 85, N# 112923
2 Qafsi - Mahmud I
1150-1158 (1738-1745)

Copper • 1.68 g • ⌀ 21 mm
KM# 47, N# 113019
2 Qafsi - Mustafa III
1172-1182 (1759-1769)

Copper • 4.60 g • ⌀ 22 mm
KM# 56, N# 112981
3 Burben - Mehmed IV
1058-1095 (1648-1684)

Copper • 2.40 g • ⌀ 17 mm
KM# 22, N# 86238