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Gold coin. (obverse) Portrait of Jahangir. (reverse) Lion surmounted by sun

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Jahangir 1605–1627

Gold coin. (obverse) Portrait of Jahangir. (reverse) Lion surmounted by sun

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Gold coin. (obverse) Portrait of Jahangir. (reverse) Lion surmounted by sun. Ruler: Jahangir Mughal dynasty 1611 AD (AH 1020) Inscription Transliteration: A likeness of Jahangir Shah, son of Akbar Shah, in the year 6 of his reign. Trustees of the British Museum

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