June 9, 2000
Existence of Jani Beg II khan became known thanks to the unit dated coin with
his name (767 AH) found by Grigoriev in the Sarai hoard
(V.V.Grigoriev, Opisanie klada iz zolotoordynskih monet,
naidennogo bliz razvalin Saraya - 'Desription of the Golden Horde hoard,
found near Sarai site' , Sank-Petersburg, 1849; coin number 147,
In the publication by G.A.Fedorov-Davydov, Klad serebryanyh juchidskih monet s Selitrennogo gorodishcha (Hoard of the silver Juchid coins from the Selitrennoe site), Numismatica and Epigraphica, XIII, Moscow, 1980 listed once more Jani beg II coin under N312 (identical to Saveliev N76).
H.M.Fraenh, Monety hanov ulusa Juchieva, Sankt-Petersburg, 1832.
N389 (tab.X, CCCLIV) is the closest to above coin.
Fraenh doesn't identify it in the text.
P.S.Saveliev, Monety Juchidskie, Jagataiskie, Jelairidskie i drugie, obrascshavshiesia v Zolotoy Orde v epohu Toqtamysha (Juchid, Chaghatayid, Jelayrid and other coins used in the Golden Horde during Toqtamysh period), Sankt-Petersburg, 1854.
N401a (p.197), coin weight 1.4 g.
Saveliev, notes about Jani Beg III and his coins: Golden Horde coins