IRAQ'S History in coins
Pre Arabic Liberation coins
Arab-Sasanian IRAQ mint
Umayyad IRAQ mint
Abbasid coins
Hamdanid IRAQ mint
Buwayhid IRAQ mint
Uqaylid IRAQ mint
Marwanid IRAQ mint
Fatimid IRAQ mint
Seljuq IRAQ mint
Zangid Iraq mint
Begteginid in Iraq
Lu'Luids in Iraq
Ayyubid in Iraq
Ilkhanid Iraq Mint
Hulagu Khan
Abaqa Khan
Ahmed Tequador Khan
Argun Khan
Kaykhatu Khan
Baydu Khan
Ghazan Mahmud
Uljaytu Khan
Abu Sa'id
Arpa Khan
Mousa Khan
Muhammed Khan
Sati Beg
Taghay Timur
Jihan Timur
Sulayman Khan
Sutayid in Iraq
Jalayrid IRAQ mint
Aq Qoyunlu IRAQ mint
Qara Qoyunlu IRAQ mint
Musha'sha' IRAQ mint
Safavid IRAQ mint
Ottoman IRAQ Mint
Ottoman Used in IRAQ
British India Used in IRAQ
Iraq Kingdom & Republic coins
Iraq-Kurdistan coins
Banknotes in IRAQ
Medallions in IRAQ
IRAQ Postage & Official Stamps
IRAQ Postal History
Blocks of 4
IRAQ Revenue Stamps
Revenue on Documents
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Ilkhans are of Mongolian origin Dynasty, most famous of them is Genchis Khan and his infamous Grandson, Hulagu Khan. The later, Hulagu, is well known for his Cruelty and barbaric tactics, the most evident example, is the sacking of Baghdad in 1258 AD ( 656 AH ), when he extinguished up to 1,000,000 soles of Baghdad occupants in one week of killing rampage by his solders, and making Tirgis river waters Black/red from books he threw in , with the bloods of the innocent slaughtered.
Just to show how uncivilized this dynasty was, they adopted the monitory system of every place they invaded, as they themselves had no civilization to rely on in this respect.
Unfortunately, The Abbasid Caliph, Al-Musta'asim, did not prepare for this influx of human Locust, his army destroyed and Baghdad surrendering to these blood thirsty riffraffs. The Caliph himself was rolled in a carpet, and was trampled on by horses, all his sons bar one was killed, and to show, yet again, the cruelty of the ilkhans, they made the Caliph watch as his family and his subjects getting murdered in front of his eyes, his city, the cradle of civilization for several hundred years, getting burnt to the grounds.

Please note that the period After Abu Sa'id is known as -Rival Khans - that is why you will notice that some dates are same for 2 different khans