Nasir-ud-daula Ibrahim

(Zahir al daulah Ibrahim)

1059-99 AD
451-92 AH



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Many of the dirhams of Ibrahim have denominational names above the obverse and reverse fields.  Album records the following names; 'adudi, nusayi, qarari, hafizi, 'imadi, and zahiri.  Ibrahim is noted for ruling "without fear or favor, who was wise and beneficent, and solicitous for the welfare of his subjects." (Tye, page 44).  The dirhams of Ibrahim are fairly common.



IB410
Nasiri (nusayi) Dirham

Mint: Ghazna

Abbasid Caliph: al-Qa'im
Ibrahim 410
IB413ff (?)
Nasiri (nusayi) Dirham(?)

Mint: Ghazna

Abbasid Caliph: al-Qa'im
ib413-416
IB444ff
Hafizi Dirham
487-491 AH

Mint: Ghazna

Caliph: al-Mustazhir

Identified by
Dr. Florian Schwarz
Ib444ff

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Numbers used to identify the coins are based on the numbers used in the Sylloge Numorum Arabicorum Turingen, Gazna/Kabul, XIV d Harasan IV, by Florin Schwarz.


Howard Cole, 2003