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SPAIN, Almoravids. Ali bin Yusuf. 1106-1142.

AV Dinar (4.18 gm). Al Mariya ( Almería) mint. Dated AH 531 (1138/9 AD).
Citing his son Sir bin Ali. Legends
Hazard 358. Good VF.
Ex Spink 154 (12 July 2001), lot 545; Reginald Huth Collection (Sothby's, 14-17 June 1927), lot 247 (part of).
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