Not really Timurids but an anonymous civic copper of Bukhara, dated 832. The mint name Bukhara is at the center of the floral cartouche with the date written out in words on the reverse. Album 3275. Mr. Album lists these under the rubric "Central Asia Civic Copper" noting "The 832 type of this mint is the most common of all the Central Asia dangis, and was likely produced with frozen date for as long as 60 years, both official issues of the Bukhara mint, and private imitations from undetermined locations in Central Asia."