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
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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Turkoman Dynasty, Muzaffar Din Gökburi, the second dynast of the Begtegenid dynasty and a staunch supporter of Salah Al-Din, created a lower town around the city on the citadel mound and founded hospitals and Schools. Gökburi died in 1233 without an heir and control of Arbil shifted to the Abbasid Caliph Al-Mustansir after he had besieged the city.

Muzaffar Al-Din Kokburi   1168-1233 AD, 563-630 AH

Gold Dinar Erbil Mint, 601 AH onward.

Copper Dirham enthroned Facing Figure, SCARCE, 7.51 gm, 24.28 mm

Copper Dirham Erbil Mint, Curly Hair, Left  Facing Bust,

Copper Dirham Erbil Mint, Lion Rider, lion to LEFT, 8.53 gm, 24.82 mm

Copper Dirham Erbil Mint, Lion Rider, lion to LEFT, 11.82 gm, 27.00 mm

Copper Dirham Erbil Mint, Lion Rider, lion to RIGHT

Copper Dirham Harran Mint, Figure seated in Mihrab, reverse inscription 
   in 6 pointed star.