|Condition:||VF (Very Fine)|
Al-Andalus - Dependent Emirate of Damascus - Period of the Umayyad governors. Bronze falus (3.45 g, 12 mm), struck between 711–755 (A.H. 92–138)
Bronze falus struck during the first Muslim period of the Iberian peninsula, the so-called period of the Umayyad governors that lasts from the conquest of Hispania in the years 711–712 until the arrival of Abd Al-Rahman I and his proclamation as the first independent emir of Córdoba in the year 138 of the Hegira, 756 AD. The al-Andalus mint is perfectly visible. The year is not visible, but it must be from the early years of the conquest, probably between 92 and 100.
Very fine. With original olive green patina. Very rare!
3.45 g. 13 mm.
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