Marriage contract of Khanum Sughra and Mirza Abu al-Qasim, 1912
Marriage contract between Khanum Rubab (known as Khanum Sughra), daughter of Aqa Mirza Muhammad Khalil (known as Aqa Mirza Vahhab Tajir (merchant)), son of Haji Mirza Abu Talib Tajir, and Aqa Mirza Abu al-Qasim, son of Haji Mirza Abu Talib Tajir. The mahr is four hundred tumans, including two hundred tumans, a copy of the Qur’an worth fourteen tumans, a female slave worth forty tumans, some raw silks, and five misqals of pearls.
Marriage contract of Khanum Sughra and Mirza Muhammad Riza Dastghayb Bihishti, 1928
Marriage contract between Khanum Sughra, daughter of Aqa Mirza, and Mirza Muhammad Riza Dastghayb Bihishti. The mahr includes a copy of the Qur’an worth six qirans, two hundred tumans, three misqals of gold, fifty misqals of raw silk, twenty mans (unit of weight) of salt, and some wheat, all remaining the groom's debt. In addition, the woman has the right to choose the place of residence.
From the left: Sughra Havangi (servant), Payam, Shirin Mazari‘i, Muhammad Mahdi, and Sughra Khalili
Marriage contract of Bibi and Mirza ‘Ali Akbar, 1921
Marriage contract between Bibi, daughter of Aqa Karbalayi Shukr Allah from Davan, and Aqa Mirza ‘Ali Akbar, son of Haji Mir Aqa Ahmad Tajir (merchant) from Davan. The mahr includes four hundred tumans, two hundred tumans of which consist of seventy-five misqals of gold, a chadur, a mirror, and some fabric given to the bride; the other two hundred tumans, consisting of ten misqals of gold, a copy of the Qur’an, and a tirmah, remain the groom's debt.
- D Reset
- Djewels and jewelry
- DNasrin Dastgheib Beheshti