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                                         Iraqi Stamps 'n' Coins



Dear Friends
Thank you for visiting this site, which I am hoping to build over the next few months. It will show  Stamps & coins used in Iraq in different period.
If you have any questions, please email me on  
waad_au@yahoo.com.au  . I hope you enjoy the contents.
Thank you

Stamp pages 1917 - 1979 inclusive done.
All Coin sections Done except Seljuq/
Ottomans Used in Iraq. 
All Medallions section/s done.
All Iraq Banknotes section Done

Updated on 18/05/2014

New Coins Added:
Umayyad:
1- Al-Jisr, 80 AH, Extremely rare and high value coin, read note.
2- Wasit, 116 AH, Silver Dirham
Abbasid:
1- Copper coin, Basra Mint, Al-Mansoor.
2- Al-Mu'Tamid, Andaraba , Silver dirham, Pure Abbasid.
3- Al-Radhi, Madinat Al-Salam 324 AH, Silver Dirham
4- Al-Mustakfi, Extremely rare Madinat Al-Salam 334, read note.
5- Al-Mustansir, Madinat Al-Salam, 638 AH, another fine Example.
Hamdanid:
1- Mosul, 348 AH, Nasir Al-Dawla and Sayf Al-Dawla,
Zangid:
1- Shahrazur, Imad Al-Din Zangi, Gold
Lu'Lu'id:
1- Al-Jazira, Citing Al-Musta'asim.
2- Mosul ( Likely ), Citing Mongke ( Ilkhanid Overlord), more scares   
    type, read note 
Ilkhanid:
1- Hulago, Baghdad, 661 AH
2- Baydu, Just as prototype, minted in Tabriz, read note.
3- Muhammed, Baghdad , 739, After the death of Mohammed, rare.
4- Tagay Timor, Basra 6 Dirhams, Hilla Double Dirham and one Dirham.
     ( 3 Coins )     
Ottoman:
1- Sulayman, Baghdad mint, 942 & 942/3 ( 2 coins )
2- Selim II, Baghdad, another different type