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This pahlavi gold coin was created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of my first book, The Art of Living. The coin features a portrait of the artist, Mehmet Ali Pahlavi, and the words “Awarded by the Board of Trustees of the National Art Association for Excellence in the Visual Arts.
The book itself was written in 1995, and the gold coin was first issued in 1996, so the 10th anniversary is nothing new. But the artwork is new, and it’s based on drawings that I made as an artist in the late 1990s. I guess most people never thought to put a painting of the words in the coin on the reverse.
The artwork is cool, but it’s not quite as cool as the gold coin. Instead of one of the largest gold coins ever issued, the coin has a portrait of the artist on it. The portrait is actually a caricature of the artist, but because I’ve only had one or two hours to draw it, I’m not sure that it looks like him, so I’m not going to go to the trouble of creating a portrait of him.
In case you’re wondering why I don’t like the portrait of the artist, the artist is actually a man named Anwar Shah, a contemporary Iranian artist. The name of the coin is a play on the name of the Iranian philosopher Shahin Abadi.
To be fair to the artist, his art is very good. His art is also very disturbing in places, and not too bright. He draws people in his art that seem to be extremely upset with the world, and his art usually ends up being very dark and disturbing. All these things are nice, but they don’t make the coin a good art piece. The coin is really just an art piece that looks like the portrait of Shahin Abadi.
For a coin based on a philosopher, it is a little strange that it is named after a philosopher. It is indeed a portrait of a person, but it is not Shahin Abadi. The artist’s real name is a different person. In other words, it is a “pseudonymous” coin. It is not possible to tell whether the artist was named or not.
The artist is a female named Azadeh Farahani, and she has been working on the coin since 1998. She has never worked with the Shahin Abadi coin.
The coin is apparently made of gold and has a face value of US$10. The artist has been selling it on her website since 2000, and now has more than 2.5 million visitors. It is her first coin for one of the most famous coins of all time.
The coin is actually a lot more than just gold. It’s made from several gold-plated copper disks which are actually silver coins. It also has a gold-plated copper crown. The face value is 10 US dollars, and the coin weighs about 20 grams with a diameter of.75 millimeters. It is a nice, lightweight object that is easy to carry around, and we all know how annoying carrying one of these things is.
The pahlavi is an ancient Persian coin. It was struck by the pahlavi king of Persia, Cyrus the Great, during the reign of the Persian Empire. It was found in the ruins of the ancient city of Persepolis in Central Iran. The pahlavi coin is actually quite beautiful. It has a gold base with a silver border, and a gold crown which is actually made of gold.