First Umayyad Dirham purely: Silver Dirham, Wasit 44h

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First Umayyad Dirham purely: Silver Dirham, Wasit 44h

Post by alsadeekalsadouk on Sat Sep 19, 2015 9:56 pm

Dirham description:

Silver Dirham, Wasit 44h (sic) , 2.75g (mint and date combination unrecorded by Klat in Post Reform Dirhams ). Very fine and very rare. This coin, while a genuine Umayyad Dirham, bears an impossible mint and date combination.It is possible that an inexperienced die-sinker in the newly-established Wasit mint absent-mindedly repeated arba’ (four) in place of thaman (eight) in the decade.Such errors are very rarely found in the Umayyad series


 

* as we know first Umayyad dirham was 78H


That is mean considered as error stark, so what this seal mean? it is purely in simple kufik font , the font style in my opinion prove the font in the dirham

It is just a view What a Face


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