Silver Dirham, Habbari Dynasty, Sindh (854-1011 AD)
Silver Dirham or Damma coins issued during the reign of the Habbari dynasty, an Arab dynasty which ruled parts of Sindh (present day Pakistan) from 854-1011 AD. The Habbari's were an Arabic tribe and notionally owed allegiance to the Abbasid Caliphate in Baghdad, but were practically independent. The Habbari kingdom was destroyed by Mahmud Ghaznavi, the Afghan invader.
These coins belong to multiple rulers of the dynasty. All of these coins are VERY RARE. Read more about the coins here
Weight: 0.52 grams (approx)
Diameter: 9-11 mm (approx)
Coins are part of a lot. The coin you get may not be the coin in the picture but will be a coin in similar condition. These coins are over 1,000 years old - and have significant wear and tear.
NO EXCHANGE OR RETURNS.