Iran, 1000 rials (P105). Crisp GEF

Crisp GEF examples of the 1000 rials issued with the portrait of the Shah of Persia
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SKU: WIR0345
£6.50

The Shah of Persia was deposed by the Islamic Revolution in 1978, led by the Ayatollah Khomeini.

These 1000 rials were issued in the last years of his rule and show the Shah wearing military uniform. On the back is an illustration of The Pavilion, built in 1935, over the tomb of the celebrated poet Hifaz, found near Shiraz and now a major tourist attraction.

Crisp GEF

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