A silver rupee from the Lahore mint, in the name of Jahangir (on the left face) and Nur Jahan (on the right face), from regnal year 20, A.H. 1034 (1624 CE)

Source: http://www.cngcoins.com/Coin.aspx?CoinID=50132
(downloaded Feb. 2008)

"Nur al-Din Muhammad Jahangir, with Nur Jahan.1605-1628. AR Rupee (22mm, 11.30 gm). Lahore mint. Dated AH 1034, regnal year 20 (1624 AD). Titles of Jahangir and Nur Jahan, with date in floral field / Regnal year and mint in floral field. KM 168.4; Wright -; Jain 57. Toned EF. Rare.

From the William B. Warden Collection.

And a very late silver rupee from the Patna mint, dated AH 1037 (1627/8); Nur Jahan's name is visible on the left face

Source: ebay, Feb. 2008

Another very late silver rupee from 1627/8; Nur Jahan's name is very clear on the right face

Source: http://www.vcoins.com/ancient/coinindia/store/viewitem.asp?idProduct=764
(downloaded Mar. 2008)

"Jahangir (1605-28) Silver rupee naming Nur Jahan, Patna, RY 22, AH 1037. Obverse: Legend, including AH date 1037 and inverted heart-shaped ornament or privy mark. Reverse: Legend, including regnal year 22 (of Jahangir). Date AH 1037 (= 1627-28 CE). Weight 11.41 gm. Diameter 20 mm."

A silver rupee from the Ahmadabad mint, issued in Nur Jahan's name (visible on the left face)

Source: ebay, Feb. 2008

Another such example, from the mint at Surat

Source: ebay, Feb. 2008

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