How many ounces are in a iranian gold coin?

Bahār-e Āzādī, also known as Imami, is an Iranian gold ingot coin minted by Security. The gold coin has a purity rate of 90% and weighs 8,13598 grams. We present an Iran 1342 (196 Gold), a Pahlavi in BU state. This brilliant uncirculated coin contains.

It is a great option for those looking to convert 401k to Gold IRA. This Iranian rarity from the Pahlavi dynasty has smooth fields, crisp devices and well-defined details. There are a couple of small dents on the edge, as seen in the photos. The obverse shows a bust of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi facing left with the date underneath. The reverse features a crown over a radiant lion holding a sword inside the crown.