Five Turkish Silver Dishes from 1910

Product Code: SMS3473

Five Turkish Silver Dishes from 1910

In good condition. The dishes have coins from the Ottoman Sultan in the centre. Around the outer border is a simple leaf design. 

The coins in the centre are:

KM#748 1 Kurush. Year: AH1327 - RY 2 [1910]. Weight: 1.17 g [1.20 g]. Metal: 0.830 Silver. Diameter: 15.00 mm. Edge: Reeded. Alignment: Medal. Mint: Qustantiniya (Constantinople now Istanbul).

Obverse: Tughra of Mehmed V in the center, Reign: "سنة" (year) with "٢" (2) written below it and "رشاد" (Reshat) written at the right side of the Tughra. 12 stars near border in circular form. Reverse: "عز نصره" (May he be victorious) written in the top line. "ضرب في" (zarb fi) [Struck at] written in the middle line. "قسطنطينية" (Constantinople) written at the bottom line. Accession Date "١٣٢٧" (1327) written below the lines. 12 stars near border in circular form. Years: RY1, RY2 and RY3.

Hallmarked: 800. There is no maker’s mark. 

Total silver weight: 103.7g - 20.4g each.

Size: 7cm diameter 2.3cm deep.


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Director: E J Williams, A Williams
Registered in England no. 6616633


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