ISLAMIC, Persia (Post-Mongol). Manghits (Khanate of Bukhara). Sayyid Haydar Tora. AH 1215-1242 / AD 1800-1826. AV Tilla (23mm, 4.59 g, 4h). In his own name with title amir al-mu’minin. Bukhara mint. Dated AH 1221 (AD 1806/7). Album 3029.2. Near EF.
From the collection of Dr. Lawrence A. Adams, purchased from M. Louis Teller.
CNG 361, Lot: 106. Estimate $200.Sold for $650. This amount does not include the buyer’s fee.
Thank you CNG for image and auction text
The Mangghud, Manghud (Mongolian: Мангуд, Mangud) were a Mongol tribe of the Urud-Manghud federation. They established the Nogai Horde in the 14th century and the Manghit Dynasty to rule the Emirate of Bukhara in 1785. They took the Islamic title of Emir instead of the title of Khan since they were not descendants of Genghis Khan and rather based their legitimacy to rule on Islam. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manghud