1863 Egypt Bronze 1277 AH Year 4 Sultan Abdul Aziz Reign One Year Type Four Para NGC Graded MS 64 RB
Description: A Red Brown Mint State (MS) 64 RB1863 (1277 AH) Egyptian four Para bronze coin with full mint luster. The coin, which was only struck for one year, has the toughra of the Ottoman Sultan Abdul Aziz with the denomination below it on the obverse. The reverse says Duriba fee Misr (Struck in Egypt ) and has the date of the sultan's accession to the thrown (1277 AH) and indicates that it is from his 4th regnal year (which coincides with 1863) all on a plain flan. It is KM-240 and weighs 2.26 grams bronze. It measures approximately 22 mm in diameter. The coin is graded by NGC and comes in a plastic slab. This is the slab type which shows the coin's plain edge. Please carefully review the photos presented as they are part and parcel of our description.
Date: 1863 AD - 1277 AH year 4.
Size and Weight: This is a four para weighs 2.26 grams and is ~22 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #240.
Condition: The coin is graded as MS 64 RB (Red Brown) by NGC. The coin has full mint luster and all the details well preserved. The coin is beautiful and has great eye appeal. The coin is much better than the photos suggest. Please see photo for additional condition information.