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KHIVA (KHANATE)~1 Te
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Khiva - Khwarezm Soviet People's Republic
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Registered: August 2005
Location: Arizona USA
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Where to place it? Not even Krause Mishler seems to know. Depending on which volume you use you may or may not find it listed and then its attribution changes. The latest I have lists it under 'Central Asia, Khiva, Khorezm People's Soviet Republic.' Also known as Khwarezm
This entity existed between AH 1338-1343 (1920 - 1924 AD). I purchased it as part of my study concerning the origin & evolution of the Hammer & Sickle (see Chile). This appears to be the earliest dated use of this powerful symbol, and it has a clear relationship to the Soviet movement.
This is a crude hammered coin and the planchet appears to be cast. Like most coins made by this method, some filing was involved mostly on the edges, but also on the surfaces.
This denomination is 25 Rubles, other denominations are 20, 100 & 500 rubles, all of base metals, either copper, bronze, or brass. Two varieties are listed with varying obverse legends. Other variations for the 25 Rubles are the metal, which can be brass or bronze. The reverse star can have 8, 12, 16, or 18 points, this one has eight. Some scarcer varieties have the 'R' in RUBLES upside down. This was purchased from Steve Album, his catalog number is A-3089Q, the latest KM# Y-16.x.
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Keywords: Khorezm, Khanate of Khiva, Uzbekistan
Denomination: 25 Roubles
Reference #: Y 16.(x)
Date/Mintmark: AH1339 (1921)
Condition: VF-XF
Weight: 24-26mm; 9.78 gm
Metal: Bronze

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