The Pahlavi Crown 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.The crown made of red velvet, gold, and silver. It has a total height of 29.8 cm. and has a width of 19.8 cm. It weighs 2,080 grams. The are 3,380 diamonds employed on the crown, totalling 1,144 cts. The largest is a brilliant-cut yellow diamond of 60 cts.
In the ninth pin, many people who were imprisoned by the shah, were released to go home to their families during the Iranian Revolution when they were rebelling against the shah of Iran. The Shah wanted a kingdom while the people of Iran, who have awoken from a 2,500 year slumber, wanted an Islamic Republic because a kingdom will bring down an Islamic Republic by showing disrespect to the Islamic Republic. Because the people of Iran wanted to be free from the Shah of Iran.
Empress of Iran Farah Pahlavi (Farah Diba) posing in the garden of Echtesassi Palace. Farah Pahlavi is the third wife of the Shah of Iran Mohammad Reza Pahlavi from which she is expecting a child. Tehran, May 1960.
Rendezvous With The Shah Of Iran, Farah And Their Son Reza Cyrus Pahlavi. Téhéran- 7 Décembre 1960- La famille impériale: le Shah en uniforme militaire, assis, portant sur ses genoux son fils nouveau-né Reza Cyrus PAHLAVI vêtu d'une robe de voile blanc, son épouse Farah DIBA à ses côtés.