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This series is known as, Divani. This series was not used by Iranian post office. Qajar dynasty. 1909

This series is known as, Divani. This series was not used by Iranian post office. Qajar dynasty. 1909

Mozaffar-ed-Din Shah Qajar (Shah of Persia from 1896 to 1907)

Mozaffar ad-Din, the son of the Qajar ruler Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, Mozaffar ad-Din was named crown prince and sent as governor to the northern province of Azarbaijan in Persia. Mamad looks a lot like him

Mohammad Khan Qajar, the founder of the Qajar dynasty of Iran, Fath Ali Shah, and Naser al-Din Shah by Abul Hasan.

What Wondrous Sights Have Been Seen in the Brilliant Hall of Mirrors at Lavish Golestan Palace?

Persian Shawls - TextileAsArt.com, Fine Antique Textiles and Antique Textile Information  Antique Persian Kerman Shawl Wool Termeh Qajar Dynasty 1795 -1925 A.D Circa 1850  Size 55" x 34" Size 140 x 87cm

Made in Yazd with fine wool 1880

♥ Untitled from the Qajar Series (Woman with Bicycle) by Shadi Ghadirian on artnet Auctions

Bid now on Untitled from Qajar Series (Flower Pot) by Shadi Ghadirian. View a wide Variety of artworks by Shadi Ghadirian, now available for sale on artnet Auctions.

Error- This stamp belongs to the DIVANI series. Qajar dynasty. 1909

Error- This stamp belongs to the DIVANI series. Qajar dynasty. 1909

Behnam house 🏡, is a historical building in #Tabriz, #Iran🇮🇷. The edifice was built during the later part of the Zand dynasty (1750–1794) and the early part of the Qajar dynasty (1781–1925), as a residential house. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Photo 📷by :@banihoseinian ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #repost @iranify

Behnam house 🏡, is a historical building in #Tabriz, #Iran🇮🇷. The edifice was built during the later part of the Zand dynasty (1750–1794) and the early part of the Qajar dynasty (1781–1925), as a residential house. ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Photo 📷by :@banihoseinian ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ #repost @iranify

The design and images of Kourosh Fashion's shawls are paintings from the 17th Century of Qajar Dynasty. The artwork painting illustrates the era’s distinct culture and intricate detail in miniture painting, each has its own narrative and event to show. Explore more Persian summer scarves at http://www.alangoo.com/kouroshfashion

The design and images of Kourosh Fashion's shawls are paintings from the 17th Century of Qajar Dynasty. The artwork painting illustrates the era’s distinct culture and intricate detail in miniture painting, each has its own narrative and event to show. Explore more Persian summer scarves at http://www.alangoo.com/kouroshfashion

Persia, Qajar dynasty, Prince Ahmad Mirza, Official overprint, 1922 set of 4 stamps VF, Qajar Prince Ahmad Mirza, last Shah of Qajar dynasty ascended to the Sun Throne on 16 July 1909, at the age of 11 years (born 1898 – died 1930) following the overthrow of his father and predecessor, Mohammad Ali Shah, who had attempted to reverse earlier constitutional restrictions on royal power, and thus enraged the majority of Persians. After removing his father Muhammad Ali Shah from power, the…

Persia, Qajar dynasty, Prince Ahmad Mirza, Official overprint, 1922 set of 4 stamps VF

Qajar dynasty paintings 19th C

Qajar dynasty paintings C

Kiani Crown - Iranian Crown Jewels   This crown was the traditional coronation crown of the Qajar dynasty, which lasted from 1796 - 1925. A new crown was created for the next dynasty, the Pahlavi dynasty, although this crown was present at the first coronation in 1926. The Kiani Crown is made of red velvet and is decorated with thousands of gems. There are around 1800 pearls, 1800 rubies and 300 emeralds stitched into the crown, which is 12.5 inches tall and 7.5 inches wide.

Kiani Crown - Iranian Crown Jewels This crown was the traditional coronation crown of the Qajar dynasty, which lasted from 1796 - A new crown was created for the next dynasty, the Pahlavi.