One large gold coin equivalent to one hundred Mohurs. Minted for Shah Jahan, dated 1048 AH. Both sides show epigraphic decoration each with a centre panel within an outlined beaded border surrounded by four grandiloquent distichs (a unit of verse containing two lines) each contained within a shaped cartouche and with numerous different rosettes in the field. The coin is not precisely circular, with a diameter measuring 9.80 cm. The relief work on the outer borders on both the obverse and reverse are worn, while the central square retains its original brilliance.