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

The ashrafi (Persian: اشرفی ) was a gold coin issued by Muslim dynasties in the Middle East, Central Asia and South Asia. It was worth two mohurs.

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

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