Kirman, a town lying in the southern Persian province of the same name, was known for its wool trade. From 1658 onwards the VOC bought goat's wool (cork) here from Armenian agents in its service, who travelled there from Gamron. A trading post was based in a rented house around 1690. It was subsequently closed down in 1725, reestablished in 1732 before being abandoned once more in 1740. The VOC continued to buy fine goat's wool, but from Gamron.
- anoniem/anonymous, Landmonsterrollen (1691-1790)
- Floor, W., The Persian Textile Industry, Its Products and Their Use 1500-1925 (Parijs, 1999)
- Calmard, J. ed., Études safavides (Tehran / Parijs, 1995)