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When this rare Umayyad gold dinar, dated 105AH (723AD), was sold at Morton & Eden for £3.1 million (20 percent buyer’s premium), it set a new auction price for an Islamic coin (or any coin sold in Europe).
A few hundred pounds will get you a similar dinar. This coin, however, is one of only a few dozen known to exist with the text Ma‘din Amir al-Mu‘minin bi’l-Hijaz, which translates to ‘Mine of the Commander of the Faithful in the Hijaz.’
It was the first Islamic gold coin to name a site in modern-day Saudi Arabia, and it features a mine owned by the Caliph himself, which was dug on land inherited directly from the Prophet Muhammad.
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Coins of Islam, Gold 12 dinar or nisf, al-Andalus 102h, wt. 2.13gms, Umayyad, temp. Yazid II (101-105h). (Walker p. 101; HSA.12; A.134C; Bern.45Aa), a full weight and well-rounded shot, extremely fine and extremely rare (Walker p. 101; HSA.12; A.134C; Bern.45Aa), a full weight and well-rounded strike, extremely fine and extremely rare (Walker p. 101
Islamic dynasties, Gold Dinar, no mint [Damascus], AH 132, 4.05g, Umayyad, temp. Marwan II b. Muhammad (AH 127-132 / 744-750 AD) (A 141; Bern 43). Quite fine and unusual edge clipped from 1 to 6 o’clock.
AH 65-86/ CE 685-705, Umayyad, temp. ‘Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan, Gold Dinar (4.23g). AH 84, no mint name (Damascus). Kalima is in the middle, with Qur’an 9:33 in the margin. Reverse: Two vertical points below the Umayyad Symbol (Qur’an 112); date formula in margin. Bernardi 43; Album 125; Walker 194; Bernardi 194; Bernardi 194; Bernardi 194; Bernardi 194 “UNC Information, Rev Harm,” according to the NGC holder. $300 Estimated Value
AH 433-461/ CE 1042-1069, Gold Dinar Muluk al-Tawa’if: ‘Abbadid of Seville, al-Mu’tadid ‘Abbad, al-Mu’tadid ‘Abbad, al-Mu’tadid ‘Abbad, al-Mu’tadid ‘Abbad, al-Mu’tadid ‘Abbad, al-M (3.91gm). AH 438, Al-Andalus (Córdoba) mint, citing al-imam Hisham (Hisham III, the last Umayyad Caliph of Córdoba) posthumously. Muhammad and al-hajib ‘Abbad are listed as rulers. Miles 547 (dated 437); Album 401; Zeno 140639 It’s very uncommon. Doubled obverse in a light way. The holder was ranked AU58 by NGC (erroneously attributed as “Umayyad al-Andalus, Hisham II, 1st Reign, AH 366”). $750 is the estimated value.
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The Islamic dinar is a pure gold coin weighing 4.25 grams, according to Islamic law. The Islamic dirham coin is made of pure silver and weighs 2.975 grams. “7 dinars must be equal (in weight) to 10 dirhams,” Umar Ibn al-Khattab defined the recognized normal relationship between them based on their weights.
“The Revelation promised to list them and attach several judgments to them, such as zakat, marriage, and hudud, among others. As a result, within the Revelation, they must have a fact and precise measure for assessing zakat, marriage, and hudud, among other things, on which their judgments can be based rather than non-shari’i other coins.
Know that since the beginning of Islam and the time of the Companions and Followers, there has been agreement [ijma] that the shari’ah dirham is the weight of ten mithqals of gold dinar… A mithqal of gold weighs seventy-two grains of barley, so the dirham, which is seven-tenths of it, weighs fifty and two-fifths of a mithqal of gold. By consensus, all of these measurements have been established.” —Al-Muqaddimah, Ibn Khaldun
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CAROLINGIANS are a group of people who live in the state of California. The king is unsure. Late eighth and early ninth centuries. AV Mancus Solidus (18mm, 3.54 g, 9h). Imitating an unnamed (Misr) Harun al-Rashid mint issue, citing Da’ud. Mint of unknown origin. AH 274 (AD 887/8) is the date. Album 212; Ilisch Group I; MEC I, p. 330; Ilisch Group I; MEC I, p. 330. System deposits, dispersed marks, weak strike areas, and slightly wavy flan. That’s fine.
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AH 133 (AD 750/751) gold Dinar Abbasid. temp. al-Saffah (AH 132-136 / AD 749-754) 4.24gm, MS66 NGC, No mint, A-210, ICV-374, SICA III-11. MS66 NGC, No mint, A-210, ICV-374, SICA III-11. A tough high grade for the second year of the Abbasid dynasty’s first caliph, struck with meticulous centering and an exquisite satin luster seldom seen on any coin in the collection. With some slight recutting or flan uneveness around the beginning of the date, the calligraphy appears clear and well-proportioned.