Examples of coins minted by the Suljuqs of Rum


Qilij Arslan II, AD 1156 - 1192. Copper fals with image of a horseman on the obverse (Album 1194).

Qilij Arslan II, AD 1156 - 1192. Copper fals with image of a horseman on the obverse (Album 1194.1).

Kaykhusraw I, AD 1204 - 1210. Copper fals without mint or date; image of horseman on the obverse (Album 1207).

Kayka'us I, AD 1210 - 1219. Copper fals without mint or date (Album 1209).

Kayqubad I, AD 1219 - 1236. Silver dirhem with minted in Sivas in AH 623 and citing Caliph al-Zahir (Album 1211).

Kayqubad I, AD 1219 - 1236. Silver dirhem with minted in Sivas in AH 623 and citing Caliph al-Zahir (Album 1211)

Kayqubad I, AD 1219 - 1236. Copper fals with without mint or date.

Kaykhusraw II, AD 1236 - 1245. Copper fals minted in Konya in AH [6]35 (Album 1220).

Kaykhusraw II, AD 1236 - 1245. Silver dirhem minted in Siwas in AH 640 = AD 1242; it is decorated with the design of the sun and a lion. (Album xxxx)

Kayka'us II, AH 588 - 592 / AD 1192 - 1196. Copper fals without mint or date (Album 1225).

xxxx, AD 1196 - 1258. Silver dirhem minted in Konya (Album xxx).

Qilij Arslan, IV, AD 1257 - 1266. Silver dirhem minted in Erzincan in AH 663 (Album 1230).

Kaykhusraw III, AD 1265 - 1283. Silver dirhem minted in Madenshehir in AH 677 (Album 1232).

Mas'ud II, AD 1280 - 1298. Silver dirhem minted in Erzincan in AH 684 (Album 1234).

Mas'ud II, AD 1280 - 1298. Silver dirhem minted in Sivas (Album 1234)

Kaykhusraw I, minted AH 588 - 592 / AD 1192 - 1196. Copper fals with image of a horseman on the obverse (Album 1202). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier]

Kayqubad I, minted AH 616 - 634 / AD 1219 - 1236. Silver dirhem (Album 1211). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier]

Kayka'us II, 1st reign as sole ruler, minted AH 643 - 649 / AD 1245 - 1249. Copper fals (Album 1225). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier] Obverse, Top Line: Sultan.

Kaykhusraw III, minted AH 663 - 682 / AD 1265 - 1283. Silver dirhem (Album 1232). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier]. Obverse, al-mulk lillah, (Arabic, "All things belong to God"). Reverse, top line of script reads es-sultan el-azam (Arabic, "Very Mighty Sultan"). Middle line of script reads Ghiyas ed-dunya wa ed-din (Arabic, "Help of the world and the faith"). Bottom line of script gives the Sultan's name Kai-[Kawus]. The worn area of the coin would have said bin Kai-Qubad ("son of Kai-Qubad").

Kaykhusraw III, minted AH 663 - 682 / AD 1265 - 1283. "Holed" silver dirhem (Album 1232). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier] Obverse, al-mulk lillah, (Arabic, "All things belong to God"). Reverse, top line of script reads es-sultan el-azam (Arabic, "Very Mighty Sultan"). Middle line of script reads Ghiyas ed-dunya wa al-din (Arabic, "Help of the world and the faith"). Bottom line of script (interrupted by the hole) gives the Sultan's name Kai-Kawus. The worn area of the coin would have said bin Kai-Qubad ("son of Kai-Qubad").

Kaykhusraw III, minted in Ma'den Lu'Lu' during AH 663 - 682 / AD 1265 - 1283. Silver dirhem (Album 1232). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier]

Kaykhusraw III, minted AH 663 - 682 / AD 1265 - 1283. Silver dirhem (Album 1232). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier]

Kaykhusraw III, minted in Sivas during AH 663 - 682 / AD 1265 - 1283. Silver dirhem (Album 1232). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier]

Kaykhusraw III, minted AH 663 - 682 / AD 1265 - 1283. Silver dirhem (Album 1232). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier]

Mas'ud II, 1st reign, minted AH 679 - 697 / AD 1280 - 1298. Silver direm (Album 1234). [Image courtesy of Michael Godier]. Reverse, top line es-Sultan el-a'zam (Arabic, "Grand Sultan").

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