Gold Ashrafi

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Gold asharfi of Barsbay, Mamluk sultan of Egypt (British Museum).

Ashrafi (Persian: اشرفی ) was gold coin issued by Muslim dynasties in the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia. It was equivalent to 2 Mohurs.

East India Company gold mohur of 1841, reverse. "One Ashrafi" is written on it in the Persian language.

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