Copper-Nickel Egypt Coin 1911 AD 1327 AH year 3 Lustrous NGC MS 64 1/10 of Qirsh No mint Mark Ottoman Sultan Muhammad V
Description: A beautiful and lustrous uncirculated MS 64 small copper-nickel coin from Egypt. This is the rare one tenth of qirsh coin from the reign of Muhammad V the Ottoman Sultan who ruled over Egypt at the time. The obverse of the coin shows the sultan's tughra, a rose to the right and above the tughra and the number 3 (for the 3rd year of Muhammad V's reign) below it all surrounded by a floral and foliate design along the edge. The reverse shows the denomination, Muhammad V accession year of 1327 AH, and the words "Ezzat Nasruh Durib Fi NMisr 'ushr qirsh" (Glory to his victory struck in Egypt tenth of qirsh) all surrounding a central numeral one. It is KM 302 measuring approximately 14 mm in diameter. Please carefully review scan presented as it is part and parcel of our description.
Date: 1911AD - 1327 AH year 3 of Mohammad V's reign.
Mint: Egypt without a mint mark.
Size and Weight: This is a one tenth of a Qirsh and is ~14 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #302.
Condition: The coin is uncirculated with full mint luster. It is graded by NGC as Mint State 64 (MS64). It is beautiful with no observable wear. Please see scan for additional condition information.