This is a gold coin from Sultan Aladin Ahmad Shah era. He was of Bugis origin and reigned Aceh from 1727 - 1735 CE.
Aceh is a state located at the northern end of Sumatra island ( Indonesia). It is also known by its Arabic honorific Darus Salam ( Abode of Peace) from 1511-1959 CE.
Aceh's origins are unquestionably Cham, as the Champa king Syah Pau Kubah sent his son Syah Pau Ling to rule over Aceh when the capital Vijaya in 1471 AD, was sacked by the Vietnamese Le Dynasty.
The Sultanate of Aceh was founded in 1511 CE after the fall of Pasai Sultanate by Sultan Ali Mughayat Shah. It’s presumed that he is the same person as Syah Pau Ling who converted to Islam.
The Sultanate lasted till 1903 when the last Aceh Sultan Muhammad III Daud Shah Johan Berdaulat surrendered to Dutch occupation.
Obv: Sri Sultan Aladin
Rev: Ahmad Shah Djohan Berdaulat
Weight : 0.56 gm
Dim : 13mm
Date : 1727 - 1735 CE
Denom : Mas
Material : Gold
Reference : A 26a pg 181 ( Jaarboek Voor Munt-en Penningkunde)