The Islamic Dinar is a specific weight of 22k gold equivalent to 4.25 grams and is available in a variety of denominations.

The Islamic Dirham is a specific weight of pure silver equivalent to 3.0 grams and is available in a variety of denominations.


The Islamic Fulus is used for very small purchases such as bread and milk and can be made of any material.

Gold and Silver Facts

      • Gold and silver coins remained official currency until the fall of the Khalifate.
      • The Dinar and Dirham are commodities which have intrinsic value.
      • The Prophet of Islam gave 500 Dirhams to each of his wives as dowry.
      • Historically, gold and silver have not suffered from excessive inflation.
      • Trading with gold and silver is the sunnah and was done by all of the sahaba.