The Kian Collection - Teil 1

IRAN Naser al-Din Shah, 1264-1313 AH (1848-1896)


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Nasir al-Din Shah, 1264-1313 AH (1848-1896). 25 Tomans 1307 AH (1889/1890 AD), Tehran Mint. 71.35 g. On his Return from Europe. KM 952. Fr. 64a. Extremely rare. NGC UNC Details. Obverse slightly polished. With original box.

From the Kian collection, auction SINCONA 49, October 2018, lot 349.
From the Mortimer Hammel Collection, auction Stacks & Bowers, New York, 1982.

This issue dated 1307 AH was struck for the return of Nasir al-Din Shah to Persia from his third and final trip to Europe. The mintage was very limited, and the issue thus excessively rare.

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