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King Gazi's Personal Card. Very Rare & Important king
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This original card is considered one of the most rare and important pieces amongst the royal Iraqi collection (may be considered the only one in the world). It goes back to King Gazi I son of King Faisal I, first king of Iraq (1921-1933). This card was made during Gazi's Princedom (as he was called Al-Shareef Gazi, Crown Prince of Iraq). According to sources, this card was given to royal and high-status diplomatic personalities as a personal souvenir from the king. This card carries the signature of the Royal Calligrapher, Ottoman Hamed Al-Amadi (1891-1982), considered one of the greatest calligraphers in the Arab and Islamic world. Tughra print was used by Al-Amadi to write the name (Al-Shareef Gazi).
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King Gazi's Personal Card. Very Rare & Important king

Estimate CA$4,000 - CA$6,000
Feb 05, 2022
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Starting Price CA$3,000
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1022: King Gazi's Personal Card. Very Rare & Important king

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Est. CA$4,000 - CA$6,000Starting Price CA$3,000
February Auction Manuscript/Asian /European
Feb 05, 2022 12:00 PM EST
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This original card is considered one of the most rare and important pieces amongst the royal Iraqi collection (may be considered the only one in the world). It goes back to King Gazi I son of King Faisal I, first king of Iraq (1921-1933). This card was made during Gazi's Princedom (as he was called Al-Shareef Gazi, Crown Prince of Iraq). According to sources, this card was given to royal and high-status diplomatic personalities as a personal souvenir from the king. This card carries the signature of the Royal Calligrapher, Ottoman Hamed Al-Amadi (1891-1982), considered one of the greatest calligraphers in the Arab and Islamic world. Tughra print was used by Al-Amadi to write the name (Al-Shareef Gazi).

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