Rare Military Uniform Diplomatic Royal Court Shah Pahlavi Frock Coat Hat For Sale

Rare Military Uniform Diplomatic Royal Court Shah Pahlavi Frock Coat Hat

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Rare Military Uniform Diplomatic Royal Court Shah Pahlavi Frock Coat Hat:

Exceptionally rare diplomatic uniform of the Royal Diplomatic Core of Shah Pahlavi. Bata, Pants and Hat
Good general condition as per the pictures, some loss in sections of the gold embroidery, marks, imperfections, fading in the jacket and the rosette in the hat, rubbing in gold on the metal, usual signs of wear and tear of age, marks, etc. according to the images. Exceptionally rare set. Display stand not included. It is not intended for use, but rather a piece of museum exhibition. Buyers are responsible for taxes and fees in their own importing country. This is an original bespoke piece, no labelsbut likely made by Ede & Ravenscroft, in London, England.Ede & Ravenscroft has been making these uniformsfor Royal and Sate occasions,throughout the world for state and ceremonial occasions since 1646, including the Pahlavi Court.
Black velvet hat with gold tie and bow, silk cockade. Black fabric tail coat with gold metal embroidery floral designs,Matching pants with wide strips of golden leg. Beautiful fabric, embroidery and fabric have and show signs of age and wear.
Approximate size: 18 "shoulders 25" chest length 40 "chest
Buyers are responsible for customs duty and charges in their own country if outside the EU.
For your consideration it is an official ceremonial dress uniform of the Imperial Persian royal court, from the time of His Royal Highness, Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi. Tailored to fit the ministers of the Court, like the Prime Minister. Made of fine wool with very detailed details. buttons. The beautiful and intricate design is made of sewn threads, plated in gold and silver. The photos should speak for themselves. Approximately 75 were made, they were only used during official ceremonies; The most important is the "Salam" ceremony of Persian, Iranian, New Year, Norooz. The high-ranking court ministers were invited to the palace on the first day of Norooz, to see the Shah, and all were dressed in those uniforms. This is a museum piece !! Unfortunately, most of these "salam uniforms" never survived the 1979 revolution. Most were burned or destroyed by fear, by their owners or by their relatives, after their original owners were executed. Unfortunately, there are very few similar uniforms still in existence, an salelast year in the USA saw one on the frock coats alone sell for $ 7,000 - $ 10,000, so, since it is a complete set of 3 pieces instead of just the coat, so it is a competitive price. Best offer is available, but serious offers from genuine buyers only please.

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