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Orhan Gazi was the second Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, reigning from 1324 to 1362. During his reign, he also issued various coins, including silver coins known as akçe.
Orhan Gazi's silver coins are typically small, round coins with a diameter of about 16-18mm and a weight of around 0.7-0.9 grams. They feature the Sultan's name and titles on one side, often with a depiction of him in profile, and on the other side, a simple Islamic inscription such as "La ilaha illa Allah Muhammad rasul Allah" (There is no god but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger) or "Allah" (God).
Orhan Gazi's silver coins were important for commerce and trade, and also served as a means of propaganda and spreading the Sultan's image and message throughout the empire. Today, these coins are highly sought after by collectors of Ottoman coins and can be found in a range of conditions and grades, from well-preserved to heavily worn.