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The foundation of political philosophy in Iran-constitutional period


Iranian Contemporary History No. 60


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  Mohammad Hassan Aminozzarb

Mahmud Mirza Hosseini


Son of Mohammad Hossein Sarraf, Hajj Mohammad Hassan Aminozzarb (Amin Darolzarb), the well known merchant of Nasseri and Mozzaffari period was related to the court and high authorities, and due to his transactions with Cozy of England he was called also company, and ghuzi (meaning hunchback in Persian). He is called Isfahani also. When he was appointed as the head of mint office, he was entitled Aminozzarb. The profits of the mint were divided between him, the Shah and the prime minister. Aminozzarb died in 1898-1899 at the age of 63.


In the following documents, some issues including entered transactions, and the related financial affairs, the large properties including various mines, requests for orders to be granted to foreign subjects, and commitment to pay a sum of money in case the tobacco concession was granted.

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