Beautiful Silver Coin 1938 AD or 1357 AH Iraq 50 Fils King Ghazi The First Uncirculated NGC MS61
Description: A beautiful uncirculated 1938 (1357 AH) Iraqi fifty fils or one dirham silver coin. The coin, which is graded as Mint State MS61 by NGC, depicts the bust of king Ghazi the first facing left with the words King of Iraq in front and the name Ghazi the first behind the bust on the obverse. The reverse shows the denomination in the center, the date in both 1938 AD and 1357 AH and the words Kingdom of Iraq. It is KM-104 and weighs ~9 grams of 0.500 silver. It measures approximately 26.5 mm in diameter. Please carefully review the scan as it is part and parcel of our description.
Date: 1938 AD - 1357 AH.
Mint: These coins are known to have been struck at the Royal Mint and the Bombay mint. Size and weight: This is a 50 fils or dirham, weighs ~9 grams and is ~26.5 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #104.
Condition: The coin is graded by NGC as Mint State MS61 and comes in a plastic slab marked as such. The coin has all the details completely preserved and has very nice eye appeal. The coin is much better than the scan shows. It does have some scratches, some minor bag marks, some minor stains especially on the obverse, but no observable wear commensurate with its mint state status. Please see photo for additional condition information.