Taj al-Dawlah, Nasir al-Din Shah’s second permanent wife.
Inscription on the photograph: “Khanum Taj al-Dawlah, the first permanent wife of Nasir al-Din Shah, daughter of Sayf Allah Mirza son of Fathʻali Shah, mother of ʻIsmat al-Dawlah”
- Date mid/late 19th century
Description in the IICHS catalog: “Taj al-Dawlah”
Inscription on the photo is not accurate. Taj al-Dawlah, daughter of Sayf al-Allah Mirza and mother of Sultan Muʻin al-Din Mirza (who died in childhood) and ‘Ismat al-Dawlah, was the second permanent wife of Nasir al-Din Shah. His first wife was Galin Khanum (daughter of Ahmad ʻAli Mirza and mother of Sultan Mahmud Mirza).
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- Accessed 9 October 2013
- Last Edited 23 July 2021
- Record no. 1261A66