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English: The gold coin of Genghis Khan has an inscription on its reverse, it reads "made in the year 618 (Islamic Valendar, A.D. 1221) in Ghaznavid... ruler of rulers... the grandest... the most rightful... Genghis Khan Gold coins in this type, inscribed with the full name of Genghis Khan mint place and the date, are rarely seem in the world.
|Date||15 July 2012|
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