I don't believe so, no.
Probably got it wrong - but I seem to recall AB logged the sales?
Yes, Airbus’s order was firmed. Boeing’s was not, unless it was done piecemeal over time under unidentified.
Well, I checked for some time thereafter - at least where the 777/777X was concerned.
I never saw any sign of the Iranian frames as the numbers shown on the BA website were never able to be reconciled with the Iranian order as publicised for 15+15 (IIRC).
So, in the absence of contrary data, my conclusion would be a reasonably firm - "no, BA never logged the orders".
Also consulting the memory banks from that far-off time:
Didn't AB publishing the Iranian order thereby give AB the 2016 crown for jetliner orders?
I could be wrong, of course.
PS - I observed Macron admitting to the US Congress that Trump was right and that the settlement with Iran as led by Obama was indeed "the worst deal ever made
Macron is however apparently optimistic that this (first) agreement be saved.
Macron proposes leading the European countries which are signatories to the (first) agreement in a joint mission to force Iran to sign a SUPPLEMENTARY agreement intended to put a stopper on Iran's violations.
By doing so, Trump should be placated and the current agreement will also stay in force.
Could it happen? Who knows? I certainly don't!
However the Iranian aircraft deals with AB and BA are dead-letters IMO.
Elsewhere I have seen the Iranian leadership state that they are not making deposits to AB/BA as they are worried about losing the money.