2 edition of coins of the Sháhs of Persia found in the catalog.
coins of the Sháhs of Persia
Reginald Stuart Poole
Added t.-p.: Catalogue of coins of the Sháhs of Persia in the British Museum.
|Statement||By Reginald Stuart Poole.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||336|
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The Coins of the ShÃ¡hs of Persia, Safavis, AfghÃ¡ns, EfshÃ¡ris, Zands, and KÃ¡jÃ¡rs Author: British Museum Dept. of Coins and Medals, Reginald Stuart Poole Created Date: 8/26/ PM. British Museum. Department of Coins and Medals. Coins of the sháhs of Persia, Safavis, Afgháns, Efsháris, Zands, and Kájárs.
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