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THE MIDDLE EAST

Coins and currency from this region that is so frequently in the news.
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FINAL RISE AND FALL OF THE SASANIAN EMPIRE

Sasanian Empire silver Drachm, Hormizd IV 579-590ADSasanian Empire silver Drachm, Khusru II (Khosrow II), 590 & 591-628AD
The Sasanian Empire ruled Persia and nearby territories from 224 to 651AD.  It engaged in endless wars with the Roman-Byzantine Empire during most of its over 400 years of existence.   Hormizd IV came to power upon the death of his father in 579.  Much of his reign was spent fighting against the Byzantine Empire and the Turks. He angered the Zoroastrian clergy by his tolerance towards the many Christians in his Empire, and angered the army after dismissing his popular general Bahram Chobin.  In 590 he was overthrown, blinded and killed in a palace coup led by Khusru II (Khosrow II) uncles, who then put 20-year-old Khusru II on the throne.  Some months later Bahram Chobin overthrew Khusru and claimed the throne himself.  Khusru then allied himself with Byzantine Emperor Maurice, who helped him regain his throne in exchange for Persian Armenia and western Georgia. There was a short-lived peace between Sasanian and Byzantine empires.  In 602 Byzantine Emperor Maurice was murdered by his General Phocas, who assumed the throne.  Khusru used this as an excuse to invade the Byzantine Empire.  He regained the territory that he had given up, then proceeded to take Damascus, Jerusalem and Egypt from the Byzantines, expanding the Sassanian Empire to its greatest extent.  In 626 he attempted to Constantinople, the Byzantine capital, but was defeated.  The Byzantines then invaded and plundered the Persian heartlands and advanced towards the capital.  In 628 Khusru's son had his father killed and sued for peace with the Byzantines. The war left both sides militarily and economically exhausted.   A civil war then broke out between various court factions over control of the Sasanian empire which further weakened and destabilized the country.  About the same time the Arab Muslim forces began their attacks on the Sasanian empire, and by 651 conquered what had only a few years earlier been the largest and most powerful nation on earth. 
   The Sasanian drachm is a large, thin silver coin.  One side of the coin pictures the king.  The other side shows two priests in front at a fire alter, an allusion to the official state Zoroastrian religion. It widely circulated throughout central Asia and its design elements were copied by other nations for hundreds of years.  The Sasanian silver drachms often show weak areas. The coins are thin and the dies were relatively high relief, so parts of the designs are poorly struck. We offer coins of Hormizd IV that grade Fine to Very Fine, but may show a few weak areas.  We also have coins of Khusru II that show minimal or no wear, but have major weak areas caused by the poor minting techniques.
Item SAS-HORM SASANIAN SILVER DRACHM, HORMIZD IV 579-590 F-VF-weak out
Item SAS-KHU SASANIAN SILVER DRACHM, KHUSRU II 590-628 XF-VERY WEAK STRIKE $25.00




THE BEY BUD TANKA OF TIMURID SULTAN HUSAYN

Silver Tanka of Timurid Sultan Husayn BayqaraThis silver Tanka was struck by Sultan Husayn Bayqara, the last great Timurid monarch, at his capital in Heart (Afghanistan),  between 1470 and 1506AD. The Timurids were descendents of Tamerlane.  They ruled much of Central Asia from during the 14th and 15th century.   Dynastic battles were common as family members battled for control over the Empire.  During his younger years, Husayn served as a mercenary and guerilla fighter.  After a while he decided to fight for himself.  He eventually conquered Herat, and soon gained control over much of the Timurid territory.   He was a great supporter of the arts and literature and engaged in a major building program.   This silver Tanka of Husayn prominently features the words "beh bud" on the coin.  The Persian phrase "beh bud"  means "it was good", perhaps to assure merchants that the coins were made of good silver or maybe to indicate his reign as a time of prosperity.  However one of Husayn’s chroniclers states "Bih-bud Beg" was one of Husayn’s close male companions before he became Sultan, who gave him such sexual satisfaction that he did him the favor of putting his name and stamp on the coins.  Shortly after Husayn’s death, while his two sons fought for control of the throne, the Uzbeks conquered Herat, effectively bringing an end to the dynasty.
Item TIM-HUSAYN TIMURID SILVER TANKA, HUSAYN 1469-1506AD, A2432.3 VG-F-crude, bent $19.50



EGYPT CELEBRATES SUEZ CANAL EXPANSION WITH TWO NEW COINS

Egypt 50 Piastres 2015 Suez Canal expansion Egypt ringed bimetallic 1 Pound 2015 Suez Canal ExpansionOn August 6, 2015, Egypt officially opened a major expansion of the Suez Canal.  The expansion added a second shipping lane, allowing ships to travel in opposite directions at the same time. This nearly doubled the canal’s capacity and decreased the waiting time for ships wishing to use the canal.  The expansion was completed in less than a year from when construction began, a remarkably fast time for such a major project.  The event was celebrated with a national holiday and the release of two circulating commeomorative coins: a 25.1mm bi-metallic 1 Pound coin and a 23mm brass-plated steel 50 Piastres, both dated 2015.  Both coins have a similar design.  One side of the coin features the logo of the Suez Canal Authority which depicts two passing ships.  The other side includes the denomination in both Arabic and English and the AH and AD date in Arabic.  The coins have been in huge demand in Egypt due to the canal’s economic and historical importance.
Item EG-SUEZ50PIA EGYPT 50 PIASTRES 2015 SUEZ CANAL, UNC. $3.00
Item EG-SUEZ1PD EGYPT 1 POUND 2015 SUEZ CANAL, UNC. out



SCARCE FANTASY COIN OF HEJAZ

Hejaz silver 10 Ghirsh or 1/2 Riyal fantasy coin, AH1334, Yr. 8, MeccaThis scarce fantasy silver Hejaz 10 Ghirsh or Riyal was made to appear to be an early coin of Hejaz.  It is dated AH1334, Year 8 (1923) and bears the legends that was struck in Mecca (“Makkaal-Mukarrama”).  In reality it was struck in some years ago in the United States.  The coins is technically Uncirculated, however was given an "antiqued" finish.  The 27.8mm coin has a reeded edge.  It is a scarce, low mintage coin.
Item HEJAZ-10P HEJAZ 10 PIASTRES Br.X2 ANTIQUED UNC. $95.00



CONTROVERSIAL FIRST COINS OF THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN  

Iran 20 Rials 1979 KM1244 Iran 1 Rial KM1245
Shortly after coming into power in 1979, the revolutionary Islamic government of Iran issued circulating commemorative coins which caused a bit of a stir in some diplomatic circles.  The 31mm copper-nickel 20 Rials commemorates the 1400th anniversary (based on the Muslim lunar calendar) of the Prophet Mohammad’s flight from Mecca to Medina in 622AD.  The event, known as The Hijra, marks the start of the Muslim calendar.  The coin is dated using both the Muslim lunar and Muslim solar calendars: AH1400 and SH1358, which corresponds to (AD1979).  The 20mm aluminum-bronze clad steel 1 Rial coin commemorates World Jerusalem Day (Quds Day).  The day was initiated in 1979 by the Islamic Republic 1979 to express solidarity with Palestine and oppose Zionism and Israel’s control of Jerusalem.  The coin pictures the Dome of the Rock - which is located in Jerusalem, Israel.  The Dome of the Rock or Qubbet el-Sakhra is one of the holiest sites to Jews, Muslims and Christians.  It is the site of the original Jewish Temple, where Jesus preached.   The Foundation Stone or Rock at the center of the dome was where many Jews believe that Abraham offered to sacrifice his son Isaac. Muslims believe that it is the spot where the Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven.  The coin is dated SH1359 (AD1980).   The reverses of all the coins have the denomination within a wreath.
Item IR-20R IRAN 20 RIALS 1979 1400th ANNIVERSARY OF HIJRA KM1244 BU $5.00
Item IR-1R IRAN 1 RIAL 1980 DOME OF THE ROCK KM1245 UNC. $3.00



ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN COIN SETS INCLUDE BI-METALLICS   

 Iran 6 coin set, 1 - 250 Rials 1992-1995 KM1258-1263 Iran 50, 100, 250 and 500 Rials SH1385 (AD2006)
The Islamic Republic of Iran was founded by Ayatollah Khomeini after the overthrow of the Shah.  In keeping with Islamic traditions which discourage the use of human figures, the coins honor heroes by showing their tombs and shrines rather than their portraits. This first set contains the six coins issued by The Islamic Republic of Iran dating 1992 to 1995. The 1 Rial pictures Mount Damavand. The mountain is mentioned in Persian legends, one of which gives it as the resting place of Noah's ark.  The 5 Rials shows the Tomb of Hafez, the 10 Rials shows the Tomb of Ferdowsi, the 50 Rials shows the Shrine of Hazrat Masumah and the 100 Rials shows the Shrine of Imam Reza.  The bimetal 250 Rials shows a stylized flower.   The second set is a four coin set dated SH1385, which corresponds to 2006AD.  The bi-metal 500 Rials pictures a mythical bird and a flower The copper-nickel 250 Rials features a stylized pomegranate blossom.  The aluminum-bronze 100 Rials shows the Imam Reza Shrine. The Shrine is the largest mosque in the world in size, and second largest in capacity.  The Hazrat Masoumeh Shrine in Qom is on the aluminum-bronze 50 Rials. The obverse of each coin has the denomination and, date and country name in Persian. All coins are Uncirculated.
Item IR-SET92 IRAN 6 COIN SET 1-250 RIALS 1992-95 KM1258-1263 UNC. $8.50
Item IR-SET06 IRAN 4 COIN SET 50 - 500 RIALS, 2006 KM1266-1269 UNC. $7.50



LOOKING TO THE FUTURE WITH IRAN 1404 

Iran 2000 Rials Vision Iran 1404Iran's long range planning for the future, called "IRAN 1404" is commemorated on this 2000 Rials coins dated SH1391 (2012AD).  The vision covers a wide range of economic, infrastructure, scientific, environmental and cultural issues showing where country wants be by the year SH1404 (2025AD).  The 26mm copper-nickel coin depicts the project's logo on one side and the denomination within a wreath on the other. The coin is Uncirculated, though tends to be weakly struck.
Item IR-IRAN1404 IRAN 2000 RIALS SH1391 (AD2012) IRAN 1404 PLAN UNC. $3.00





NORTH AFRICAN HANUKKAH LAMP ON ISRAELI COIN

Israel 1 Lira 1963 North African Hanukkah Lamp KM42
The Israel 1963 Hanukkah 1 Lira displays an 18th century North African Hanukkah lamp. It has a mintage of 9928 pieces in Unc. and just 5412 in Proof.  The Proof issues have the tiny Hebrew character "mem" below the date.  The coins are all 32mm copper-nickel.  They are attractive and historic coins at a very reasonable price considering their limited mintage.
Item IL-AFRICA-U ISRAEL 1 LIRA 1963 NORTH AFRICAN HANUKKAH LAMP KM42 UNC. $9.00
Item IL-AFRICA-PF ISRAEL 1 LIRA 1963 NORTH AFRICAN HANUKKAH LAMP KM42 PROOF $15.00


JERUSALEM & FRENCH HANUKKA LAMPS ON  ISRAELI COINS

Israel 10 Lirot 1977 Jerusalem Hanukkah Lamp KM 91.1Israel 25 Lirot French Hanukkah Lamp, KM94.1 BUMem on Proof Israel commemoratitve coin Star on Uncirculated Israel commemoratitve coin
For many years Israel’s annual Hanukka coins were popular gift items and popular with collectors. The 1977 Hanukka coin was the last commemorative 10 Lirot coin issued by Israel.  The 34mm copper-nickel coin features the Jerusalem Hanukka Lamp.  The lamp dates from the early 20th century and is now in the Ethnographic and Folklore Museum in Ramat Aviv.  The coin has a mintage of 46,106 in Brilliant Uncirculated and 29,516 Proof. Two versions of the Proof coin were issued, one with an "open" Mem, the other with a "closed" Mem.  The 1978 issue was Israel's only 25 Lirot Hanukka coin. The 34mm copper-nickel coin featured a 14th Century French Hanukka lamp.  It has a mintage of 36,200 in Brilliant uncirculated and 22,300 in Proof.  Both coins were struck at the Jerusalem mint.  The Brilliant Uncirculated versions have a Star of David "mintmark" and a plain edge.  The Proof versions have the Hebrew character "mem" in place of the mintmark and have a reeded edged.
Item IL-10L-77BU ISRAEL 10 LIROT 1977 JERUSALEM HANUKKA LAMP KM91.1  BU $5.00
Item IL-10L-77PF-O ISRAEL 10 LIROT 1977 JERUSALEM HANUKKA KM91.2 OPEN MEM PROOF $7.50
Item IL-10L-77PF-C ISRAEL 10 LIROT 1977 JERUSALEM HANUKKA KM91.3 CLOSED MEM PROOF $7.50
Item IL-25L-78BU ISRAEL 25 LIROT 1978 FRENCH HANUKKA LAMP KM94.1 BU out
Item IL-25L-78PF ISRAEL 25 LIROT 1978 FRENCH HANUKKA LAMP  KM94.2 PROOF $8.00



ISRAEL TELEPHONE TOKEN

Israel Telepone Token (1966)For many years, Israel required tokens to operate their public telephones.  The tokens made it easy to raise prices and helped cut down on slugs beings.  This Israeli telephone token, called an Asimon, was issued by the Israel Post.  One side is dated 1966 in Hebrew and has the world “telephone” in Hebrew and Arabic.  A deep slot and a center hole is incorporated into the token to prevent regular coins or slugs from being used in the telephone.  The other side features a telephone dial.
Item IL-PHONE ISRAEL TELEPHONE TOKEN 1966 VF $3.00


MODERN LEBANESE COIN SET FEATURES CEDAR TREE 

Lebanon coin set
This 5 coin set includes the 20.5mm nickel-plated steel 25 Livres dated 2002, 1996 8-sided 50 Livres, the bronze 100 Livres, the aluminum-bronze 250 Livres and nickel-plated steel 500 Livres.  In an attempt to keep both the Christian and Muslim factions of the country happy, one side of the coin is in French and uses western numerals (Lebanon was once a French colony).  The other side is Arabic and features a Cedar tree.   Lebanon has been famous for its Cedars since ancient times. The Cedars of Lebanon are mentioned numerous times in the Bible.  They are now the  national symbol of Lebanon.
Item LB-SET5 LEBANON 5 COIN SET, 25-500 LIVRES 1996-2002UNC.  $7.50


NEW 2015 OMAN COIN SET

Oman 45th Oman National Day coin setOman released new 2015 dated coins for circulation to commemorate the 45th Oman National Day.    The set includes the 5, 10, 25 and 50 Baizas, all with the same design.  The obverses depict the name and title of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos Bin Said; national emblem, name of the Central Bank of Oman, year of minting, and denomination in Arabic and English. The reverses feature the 45th National Day Logo.  The coins are Brilliant Uncirculated.
Item OM-SET4 OMAN 4 COIN SET 5-50 BAISAS, 2015 BU $8.00



BRITISH PALESTINE COIN SET 

British Palestine coin set: 1 2 & 5 MilsThe British gained control of Palestine from the Ottoman Empire after World War I.  Following World War II Israel was created out of Palestine.  This three-coin set includes the bronze 1, 2 and 5 Mils issued for British Palestine between 1927 and 1946. In order tosatisfy the Jews and Arabs in the territory, as well as their British rulers, the coins have their legends in three different languages: Arabic, English and Hebrew and the date in both the AD and AH calendar.
Item PS-SET3PALESTINE 3 COIN SET: 1, 2 & 5 MILS1927-46 KM1-3 VF $10.00


WORLD WAR II PALESTINE COIN  

Palestine bronze 5 Mils 1942-1944 KM3aLike many nations, British controlled Palestine changed the alloy of their coins in World War II. Nickel was needed for the war effort, so Palestine changed their 5 Mils coin from copper-nickel to bronze.  The bronze 5 Mil was struck only two years: 1942 and 1944.  Following the war the coin returned to its original alloy.  The coin has a center hole, with legends in English, Arabic and Hebrew.
Item PS-3A PALESTINE BRONZE 5 MILS 1942 or 1944KM3a VF $5.00



PALESTINE 2014 10 DINARS FEATURES DOME OF THE ROCK

Palestine 10 Dinars 2014 ESSAIThis attractive unofficial 2014 dated pattern coin was recently released for Palestine.  The 39mm copper-nickel coin features the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem on one side and the arms of Palestine on the other.  The Dome of the Rock is one of the holiest sites to Jews, Muslims and Christians.  It is the site of the original Jewish Temple, where Jesus preached.   The Foundation Stone at the center of the dome was where Abraham offered to sacrifice his son Isaac. Muslims believe that it is the spot where the Prophet Muhammad ascended to heaven. The coin has inscriptions in both Arabic and English and has a mintage of only 5000 pieces.
Item PS-10D PALESTINE 10 DINARS 2014, BU  $12.00



SCARCE SAUDI HALALA Restocked

Saudi Arabia bronze 1 Halala AH1383 (1963AD) KM44In 1963 Saudi Arabia introduced a new denomination; the 1 Halala, as part of a monetary reform.  Because the new coin had no direct equivalent in the previous monetary system and had minimal value, it was poorly accepted.  The obverse of the 19mm bronze coin features a palm tree and crossed swords.  The reverse has the denomination and date in Arabic. 
Item SA-1H SAUDI ARABIA 1 HALALA AH1383=AD1963 KM44, AU-UNC. $3.00


SCARCESAUDI ARABIAN COIN AT A BARGAIN PRICE

Saudi Arabia 100 Halala AH1397 AD1977 KM59 royal mint sample coinThe British Royal Mint struck a small quantity of copper-nickel 100 Halala coins for Saudi Arabia dated AD1977 and AH 1397 as samples. Actual production of the coins commenced the following year, with the coins dated AD 1978 and AH1398.  A few of the sample coins somehow escaped into circulation.  The coins were to be part of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization coin program. The program encourages farmers to grow more food and helps raise money for Agricultural projects through the sale of the coins. 
Item SA-59-77 SAUDI ARABIA 100 HALALA 1977 KM59UNC. $59.00


SAUDI ARABIAN BI-METALLIC COINS Wholesale prices available to dealers

Saudi Arabia 100 Halala 1999: 100th Anniversary and regular issueSaudi Arabia issued two bi-metallic 100 Halala coins in 1999 (AH1419).  The regular issue features a palm tree and a pair of crossed swords.  The commemorative issue honors the 100th anniversary of the Saudi Kingdom.  Saudi Arabia dates it's founding to a night in 1902 when Abdul Aziz ibn Saud and 40 of his followers did a daring midnight raid, capturing the Ottoman fort at Riyadh.  With the support of the conservative Islamic Wahhabi clergy,  Abdul Aziz declared a Jihad, or holy war against the Ottomans and other rulers who controlled the Arabian Peninsula.   After the defeat of the Ottoman's in World War I by Allied forces, Abdul Aziz conquered neighboring Hejaz, and consolidated his kingdom into what is today Saudi Arabia. The design of the coin features extensive calligraphy as well as a stylized representation of a palm tree, and the fort.    The 100 years from 1902 to 1999 is based on the lunar Hegira calendar, which has slightly shorter years than a solar calendar.
Item SA-66 SAUDI ARABIA 100 HALALA REGULAR ISSUE,KM66 UNC. $5.00
Item SA-67 SAUDI ARABIA 100 HALALA 100TH ANNIVERSARY, KM67 UNC.$6.00



2016 SAUDI ARABIA COIN SET

Saudi Arabia 2016 7 coin set: 1 Halala - 2 RiyalsSaudi Arabia introduced a set of seven new coins in 2016.  The set includes the bi-metallic 1 and 2 Riyal depicting King Salman, brass 50 and 25 Halala and steel clad 10, 5 and 1 Halala.  The obverses of the coins include the arms of Saudi Arabia which feature crossed swords and a palm tree.  For the first time Saudi Arabia included an AD date in western numerals on their coins. The 1, 5, 10 Halala and 2 Riyals are magnetic.  The coins were struck at the Paris mint and are Uncirculated.
Item SA-SET16 SAUDI ARABIA 7 COIN SET, 1 HALALA - 2 RIYALS, 2016 UNC. $12.00


BI-METALLIC COINS TURKISH COINS DEPICT WILDLIFE

Turkey 2009 1 Lira bimetallic animal coins: Elephant and TurtleTurkey 2012 1 Lira bimetallic animal coins: Deer and LeopardTurkey 2015 1 Lira bimetallic animal coins: Mouflin and Desert LizardObverse of Turkey 2011 bimetal coins
Turkey issues an annual series of two bimetallic 1 Lira coins, each depicting an animal.  The coins are all 26.15mm in diameter and have the denomination and date on the obverse. The 2009 issues depict an mother elephant and her calf on one coin and a sea tortoise on the other. The 2009 issues have a mintage of only 5000 of each coin. A Red Deer and a Leopard appear on the 2012 issues.   The 2015 issues depict an Anatolian Wild Sheep or Mouflon on one coin and a desert lizard on the other.  The 2015 issues have a mintage of only 50,000 each.
Item TR-ZOO-09 TURKEY SET OF 2 BIMETAL 1 LIRA ELEPHANT & SEATURTLE 2009KM1263 & KM1264 BU $15.00
Item TR-ZOO-12 TURKEY SET OF 2 BIMETAL 1 LIRA DEER & LEOPARD 2012KM1283 & KM1284 BU $15.00
Item TR-ZOO-15 TURKEY SET OF 2 BIMETAL 1 LIRA MOUFLON & LIZARD2015BU $12.00



UNITED ARAB EMIRATES COMMEMORATIVE DIRHAMS

United Arab Emirates commemorative 1 Dirham coins
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has produced a number of circulating commemorative 1 Dirham coins. Though attractive, the coins do not seem to have gained much attention.  The copper-nickel coins are 24mm in diameter.  The coins all have the same obverse that features the denomination and country’s name.  Our supplier assembled a set of 10 of these attractive coins.  Included is the 2003 World Bank-International Monetary Fund meeting in Dubai.  The 2004 issue honors the 25th anniversary of the founding of First Gulf Bank, a publicly traded bank.  The 2005 issue honors Sheikha Fatima bint Mubarak Al Ketbi.  She is the third wife of the first President of UAE and is considered the “Mother of the Nation”.  The 2006 issue commemorates the Golden Jubilee of the Dubai Police.  The 75th anniversary of the Sharjah International Airport is on a 2007 issue.  Another 2007 issue honors the 50th Anniversary of Scouting in the UAE.  A 2008 issue commemorates the 10th Anniversary of the Hamdan Bin Rashed Award for Distinguished Academic Performance. Another 2008 issue commemorates the 40th Anniversary of the National Bank of Abu Dhabi, a publicly traded bank. The 2009 issue honors “World Environment Day” and features a world map. Also included is an undated coin featuring “I LOVE UAE”, a program that is supposed to promote the UAE and inspire its youth.
Item UAE-SET10 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES SET OF 10 1DIRHAM COINS,BU $35.00



I LOVE UAE

United Arab Emirates 1 Dirham "I LOVE UAE" (2009) KM99The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven emirates that was formed in 1971.  It has undergone rapid development and now a major commercial and transportation hub. It is host to the tallest building in the world: the Burj Khalifa.  Over 80% of its inhabitants are citizens of other countries.  The “I Love UAE” program was started to promote a stronger national unity among the diverse population.  The program included this circulating commemorative 1 Dirham that was released in 2009.  The reverse features a heart shaped ribbon surrounding a map of the United Arab Emirates with the legend “I LOVE UAE” in Arabic and English.  The standard 1 Dirham obverse is on the other side. The 23.8mm coin is struck in copper-nickel. The coin is undated (must mean it is dateless love).   The coin is included in the United Arab Emirates commemorative set listed above.
Item UAE-LOVE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES  1DIRHAM "I LOVE UAE" KM99  BU $4.00




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