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Thread poster: Steve Booth

Steve Booth  Identity Verified
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Nov 7, 2011

Hi all

A friend of mine is looking for some information on a coin he has come across the coin is the same as the one in this picture can anyone tell me where it is from or anything about it

I am not totally convinced it is an Arabic coin



A Nabil Bouitieh
United Kingdom
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OT Coin Nov 7, 2011

Dear Steve

I quite agree with you. It is definitely not Arabic, it looks like Urdu as they use the Arabic Alphabet. Sorry I can not be of any more help, regarding the origin of the coin.

Kind regards
Nabil Bouitieh


Steve Booth  Identity Verified
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Thanks Nov 7, 2011


thank you very much for that info it helps all the same I had suggested it may be pashto or urdu



Ahmed Dahman  Identity Verified
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Iranian...I think Nov 8, 2011

Hello Steve,
The word "Farahabad" appears in the last line. According to Wikipedia, Farahabad was a palace and a city, named after it, in Iran.
You can check the Wiki for more information about it:

Ahmed Dahman


Laila Al Sawaf
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C'est de l'Urdu (ou Ourdu) Nov 8, 2011

Vu du peu que je connaisse de la langue iranienne , il s'agit de la langue urdu.
Ce lient pourrait servir pour décrypter !!!


Bon courage !


Steve Booth  Identity Verified
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thanks all Nov 10, 2011

The language was apparently Persian and it was a silver rupee from British India

or at least that's what its owner now tells me

thanks everyone for their help


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