Sultanate of Rum Gold Dinar (1249-1259 AD) MS-63 ANACS (Crusades)

Sultanate of Rum Gold Dinar (1249-1259 AD) MS-63 ANACS (Crusades)

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Kaykhusraw II would attempt to regain lost territory by warring against the Mongols with a weakened number of crusader states to the West. He would die in battle leaving his three sons to rule in his stead.

Coin Highlights:
  • Gold Dinar of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rum.
  • This rare Gold Dinar was struck during the three brothers period of rule.
  • ANACS has graded this coin MS-63.
  • Obverse: Passage from the Quaran centered.
  • Reverse: Tripartite monogram bearing the names of the three sultans.

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