A coin issued by Prince Salim, the future Jahangir, during his rebellion against Akbar

Source: ebay, Feb. 2008


One of Jahangir's very early coins, in which he still uses the name "Salim"

Source: ebay, Feb. 2008

A "sultani" minted by Jahangir in the mint in Kabul, in 1606/7 (confession of faith on the right face)

Source: http://www.elsen.be/coinageori_19.html
(downloaded June 2001)

A beautifully calligraphed silver rupee from the Lahore mint, c.1612

Source: ebay, Sept. 2001

One of Jahangir's beautifully calligraphed square rupees, dated 1023 AH (1614/5)

Source: http://www.vcoins.com/ancient/parscoins/store/viewitem.asp?idProduct=5046
(downloaded June 2007)

A gold coin with zodiac sign (for issue in August), struck by Jahangir at, Agra, AH 1028 (1618/9)

Source: http://www.vcoins.com/ancient/parscoins/store/viewItem.asp?idProduct=2726&large=
(downloaded Mar. 2006)

"The obverse of this coin reads in Persian:

Zar/ Zinat Agrah Dad/ Sikkah/ 1028 Az Jahangir Shah/ Akbar Shah

'The money of Agra gave ornaments to gold / by Jahangir Shah, Shah Akbar ('s son), 1028'."

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