womeninarthistory: “A young woman with a white veil, Attributed to Muhammad Shah ”
Mughal. Muhammad Shah (AH 1131-1161; 1719-1748 AD). Gold ½-Mohur, Sind, Year 125, 4.50g, 14mm (KM D438.2). Extremely fin Mughal. Muhammad Shah (AH 1131-1161; 1719-1748 AD). Gold ½-Mohur, Sind, Year 125, 4.50g, 14mm (KM D438.2). Extremely fine. Extremely rare. ex Steve Album This beautiful coin is a departure from the normal Mughal coins of the period in the sense that it does not bear the julus formula. Instead it reads Al Amir Sahib Al Zaman Zarb Sind. $ 7,000. Estimated Value $7,000-UP…
Portrait of a Nobleman or Royal Figure (Possibly Muhammad Shah Qajar) Artist: possibly Abu'l Hasan Ghaffari, Sani' al-Mulk, active, Medium: Ink and opaque watercolor on ivory or shell Place Made: Tehran, Iran Dates: first half century Dynasty: Qajar
Royal Round Tent Made for Muhammad Shah (ruled 1834–48). Iran, Rasht, Qajar period (1779–1925). Interior: Plain weave: inlaid work, wool; embroidery: chain stitch, silk; tape, leather, rope. Exterior: Plain weave: cotton; iron ring, rope; h: 360 cm, diam: 400 cm. Purchase from the J. H. Wade Fund 2014.388.