Numismatic collection has 19,162 items.
The formation of the collection dates back to the 1920s. The collection primarily consists of the coins excavated in the territory of Bukhara and its suburbs. It, too, includes the coins, banknotes, medals, and badges collected by the museum's staff. The collection is represented by the coins of the pre-Islamic period (3rd c. BC and early 7th c. AD) such as the

Greek-Baktrian coins (3rd - 2nd cc.), the coins of the Kushan empire (1st c. AD), and Bukharkhudats (6th - 9th cc.).

One could, too, view the coins of the late medieval states, for instance, the coins minted during the Samanids' reign (9th - 10th cc.), periods of the Karakhanid (11th - 12th cc.), Chingizid (12th - 14th cc.), Timurid (Ulugbek's mint is widely represented) (14th - 15th cc.), Sheybanid (16th -17th cc.), Ashtarkhanid (Janids) (17th -18th cc.) and Manghit (mid 18th and early 20th cc.) rules.

The rest of the collection consists of the banknotes of the Tsarist Russia and the coins ranging from 1920 to 1990..

Греко-бактрийские монеты (250-208 г.г. до н.э.)
На аверсе монеты - бюст царя вправо
На реверсе - изображение сидящего и стоящего Геракла.
Перед фигурой легенда "Базилевс" и имена правителей- Антиох, Евтидем, Диодот.
Клад найден в апреле 1983 года на территории Бухарской области.

Bukhara state architectural art museum-preserve, 2002.


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