Ajman
 
 
                     1700s  Ajman (Ujman) and Dependencies.
               08 Jan 1820  Signs the General Maritime Treaty with Britain.
               02 Dec 1971  Becomes part of United Arab Emirates.
 
Ajman is the smallest and poorest of the emirates in the United Arab Emirates. Capital: Ajman. It has an estimated area of 100sq. mi. (250 sq. km.). Ajman's first act as an autonomous entity was entering into a treaty with Great Britain in 1820. On December 02, 1971 Ajman became one of the six original members of the United Arab Emirates.
 
  • al NUAIMI - Al Abu Khurayban dynasty (title: Hakim)
  • Rashid I ibn Hamid
  • Humaid I ibn Rashid I
  • Rashid II ibn Humaid I...............................c. 1820 - 1838
  • Humaid II ibn Rashid II (1st time)......................1838 - 1841 d. c. 1872
  • Abdul Aziz I ibn Rashid II..............................1841 - 1848
  • Humaid III ibn Rashid II (2nd time).....................1848 - c. 1872
  • Rashid III ibn Humaid III............................c. 1872 - Apr 1891
  • Humaid IV ibn Rashid III............................Apr 1891 - 08 Jul 1900
  • Abdul Aziz II ibn Humaid IV......................08 Jul 1900 - Feb 1910
  • Humaid V ibn Abdul Aziz II..........................Feb 1910 - Jan 1928
  • Rashid IV ibn Humaid V..............................Jan 1928 - 06 Sep 1981
  • Humaid VI ibn Rashid IV..........................06 Sep 1981 - date
 
Currency: 100 Dirhams = 1 Riyal. These non-circulating legal tender silver and gold coins were produced from 1969 to 1971. UAE Dirham = 100 Fils are now used since 1973.
 

KM#7 7 Riyals. Year: AH 1389 - 1970. Weight: 23.00g. Metal: 0.925 Silver. Diameter: 39.50 mm. Edge: Reeded. Alignment: Medal. Mint: N/A. Obverse: Bust facing divides dates, circle surrounds. Reverse: Gazelle left, denomination above within circle. Mintage: 4,350 + 650 Proof. Minted Years: One year type. Ruler: Rashid Bin Humaid al-Naimi (1928-1981).
 
 
 
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