The item, created by Raein Akbarkhanzadeh, measures 140 by 90 centimeters and has a copper cover.
Sold at $77 billion, it broke the record of artworks’ auction in Iran.
The third Baran Auction was held in Tehran in the main hall of Rayzan International Conference Centre on Friday.
A collection of 68 works went under the hammer at the auction dedicated to classic style Persian calligraphy works and unique Holy Quran copies.
Among the other data-x-items sold at the auction on Friday was an old copy of Imam Sajjad’s (AS) Sahifeh Sajjadiyeh dating back to the year 1071 Hijri (1661 AD).