AH 764-778 Islamic Mamluk Bahri dynasty Al-Ashraf Sha'ban II Æ Fals Coin Tarablus mint

Obverse: Lion passant to left in field, enclosed by linear circle

Reverse: Arabic inscription in field divided into three horizontal segments by two pointillate lines
Reverse legend: “ضرب طر / الملك الاشرف / ابلس”
Denomination: Æ Fals
Country: Mamluk Sultanate
Ruler: Al-Ashraf Zayn ad-Din Abu al-Ma'ali Sha'ban ibn Husayn ibn Muhammad ibn Qalawun, better known as al-Ashraf Sha'ban or Sha'ban II, was a Mamluk sultan of the Bahri dynasty in 1363–1377. He was a grandson of Sultan an-Nasir Muhammad (r. 1310–1341).
Year: AH 764-778 (1363-1376)
Mint: Ṭarāblus
Metal: Cooper
Weight ± 2.38 g
Diameter ± 17.88 mm
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SKU: MO1097-
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