Pahlavi Crown, Iran This crown was used by Reza Shah, the founder of the Pahlavi dynasty, in his coronation on 25 April 1926. His son, Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, the last Shah of Iran, also used the crown in his coronation on 26 Oct. 1967.

Iranian Stupid Bastard: Reza Pahlavi

The Pahlavi Crown, Iranian Crown Jewels,with which the Shah of Iran was crowned in crown is made of red velvet,gold and silver and it has 3380 diamonds and a 3 different rows there are a total of 369 natural emeralds and sapphires.

Diamond and platinum necklace    Reza Shah Pahlavi the founder of the Pahlavi dynasty who ascended the throne of Iran in 1925, sent his son Mohammed Reza to Switzerland where he received his formal education. In 1935, Mohammed Reza returned to Iran, and soon after his return his father Reza Shah Pahlavi arranged for his marriage. On the occasion of this marriage a group of Iranian and French jewelers were assigned the task of designing and manufacturing jewelry for the royal wedding. The…

This diamon & platinum necklace is olso a part of the Iranian Crown jewels. The biggest briolet diamond is over 45 carats

English: Imperial Coat of Arms of Iran under the Pahlavi Dynasty, used from 1925 to 1979. The shield is composed of the Lion and the Sun symbol in first quarter, the Faravahar in the second quarter, the two-pointed sword of Ali (Zulfiqar) in third quarter and the Simurgh in the fourth quarter. Overall in the center is a circle depicting Mount Damavand with a rising sun, the symbol of the Pahlavi dynasty. The shield is crowned by the Pahlavi crown and surrounded by the chain of the Order of…

The Coat of Arms of Iran, during Pahlavi dynasty 1925 to The Farvahar (Atra). The Pahlavi dynasty consisted of two Iranian/Persian monarchs, the father and son Reza Shah Pahlavi (reigned and Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi (reigned

Reza Shah Pahlavi - History of Iran - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

After the Iranian Revolution and in an attempt at overthrowing the ruler by the Ayatollah Khomeini. The Shah was forced to leave the leader chair and actually fell into exile for the next 16 years.

Persian Iranian Stamps   50th Anniversary of the Pahlavi Dynasty - 2535 Persian Dynasty Calendar - 1976

Tambr - Persian Iranian Stamps - The Anniversary of Pahlavi Dynasty - 2535 - Reza Shah Pahlavi & Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, Pahlavi Dynasty Stamps - 1976

Princess Ashraf ul-Mulk Pahlavi (Persian: اشرف پهلوی) (born 26 October 1919), is the twin sister of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the late Shah of Iran and the Pahlavi Dynasty. She currently resides in Paris, France.

Princess Ashraf ul-Mulk Pahlavi (Persian: اشرف پهلوی) (born 26 October is the twin sister of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the late Shah of Iran and the Pahlavi Dynasty. She currently resides in Paris, France.

His Imperial Majesty Mohammad Reza Pahlavi - The Shah Of Iran, 1966

His Imperial Majesty Mohammad Reza Pahlavi - The Shah Of Iran, 1966 Pro-west…

Persian Iranian Stamps   50th Anniversary of the Pahlavi Dynasty - 2535 Persian Dynasty Calendar - 1976

Persian Iranian Stamps Anniversary of the Pahlavi Dynasty - 2535 Persian Dynasty Calendar - 1976

Farah Diba, former Empress of Iran dressed in full coronation regalia. The 5-meter dark-green/blue velvet coronation cape is studded with thousands of diamonds, pearls, rubies, and other precious gems of the Iranian Crown Jewels. This is by far the biggest and most valuable and dazzling jewel collection in the world -- Visit the photo gallery "Imperial Iran of the Pahlavi Dynasty."

Farah Diba the former Empress of Iran dressed in full coronation regalia.

Princess Ashraf ul-Mulk Pahlavi (Persian: اشرف پهلوی) (born 26 October 1919), is the twin sister of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the late Shah of Iran and the Pahlavi Dynasty. She currently resides in Paris, France.

Princess Ashraf the Shah's twin sister with her husband Ahmed Chafik

Persian Iranian Stamps - Pahlavi Dynasty Stamps - Reza Shah Air Mail Stamps

Persian Iranian Stamps - Pahlavi Dynasty Stamps - Reza Shah Air Mail Stamps

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