A PATANI-KELANTAN GOLD KUPANG KIJANG THAT REALLY RESEMBLED A BULL (SS54)

Gold Kupang Kijang Of Patani-Kelantan That Resembled A Bull.
Rariry: RRR/SS54

That's always an argument on the obverse of a Patani-Kelantan Gold Kijang Kupang, the animal is a Kijang (Barking Deer) or a Nandi Bull ?
My latest acquisition of a Patani-Kelantan Gold Kijang Kupang (SS54) from my Thailand's numismatist, the animal on the obverse really resembled a Bull instead of a Kijang/Barking Deer.

A pair of very obvious horns growth on its head. No sign of hump and the saliva (Ectoplasm) from its mouth. A long and strong tail raised to almost touching the sun.

On the reverse, it was struck about 25% off center with Arabic inscription " Malik Al Adil"

The whole coin was hammer struck in a very crude manner but I just like the natural imperfection.
I like and love the natural beauty!

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Edge: Plain

Composition: Gold. Round Shape.

Rarity:RRR

QUEEN VICTORIA 1899 50 CENTS COIN WITH RIM CLIPPED ERROR

Straits Settlements 1899 50 Cents Silver Coin With Rim-Clipped Planchet Error
Rarity: RRR
A planchet is distinguished from a simple coin blank by having a raised rim. This rim is applied to the blank by an upsetting mill, which compresses the blank's edge as it is spun between two beveled surfaces. Planchet errors encompass all mistakes resulting from a defective blank, whether or not it has passed through the upsetting mill
A clipped coin is starts as a clipped planchet; the blank before the dies in the coinage press strike it. A punching-cutting machine is used to make the planchets. Long rolled sheets of metal are automatically fed into the machine and the punching-cutting machine goes up and down, cutting circle planchets out of the thin metal strips.
If the metal is not feed into the punching-cutting machine at a steady speed, the movement of the metal does not keep up with the punching. When this happens, the machine is cutting circle planchets out of an area in the metal that has already been cut. This a curved clip.
A Rim Clipped happened on a relatively small curved clipped occurred at the rim of a coin.

PATANI-KELANTAN KIJANG GOLD KUPANG RAYA GIFT

Rare Kijang Gold Kupang Of Patani-Kelantan SS58.
Rarity:RRR
 
This is my best gift received during the Ramadhan month.
My Thailand numismatic friend send me this rare Kijang Gold Kupang of (Circa 16th-17th Century) Patani-Kelantan.

It was rated as RRR in Mr. Saran Singh book "The Encyclopaedia of THE COINS OF MALAYSIA- SINGAPORE AND BRUNEI 1400-1967".

On the obverse of the gold Kupang coin, a Kijang/Barking Deer/Nandi Bull is standing surrounded by a full circle of beads/dots. It was without horn, only visible are two hard pointed (dots) growth on the heads with saliva (Ectoplasm) flows down from mouth. Fat body with rounded hump and tail pointed down.
To my personal opinion, it resembled a female Kijang/Barking Deer/Nandi Bull.(Smile)
On the reverse, in Arabic inscription " Al Adil". It shows a concave curvature in the center of the coin. According to a senior collector of the Malay States Sultanate coinage, he told me this SS58 Gold Kupang exhibited a concave curvature on the reverse is a very rare item.

The crescent moon on top of the Kijang/Barking Deer/Nandi Bull on the obverse, shows fish tails.

Edge: Plain

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Composition: Gold.

Rarity: RRR

PATANI-KELANTAN GOLD KUPANG SS46." SULTAN MUHAMMAD/MU'AZAM SHAH "

Gold Kupang Of Patani-Kelantan "Sultan Muhammad" / "Mu'azam Shah" (SS46)
Rarity:RRR
It was an other happy numismatic day. I received this rare piece of Patani-Kelantan Gold Kupang SS46 from my numismatic friend in Thailand. Thank you very much Sir!

Obverse: In Arabic "Sultan Muhammad".


Reverse: In Arabic " Mu'azam Shah " ( Illustrious Ruler )


Edge: Plain.

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Composition: Gold.

Rarity:RRR

Although it is not in good condition, but I just love the natural defect and the original look.
It is a good Raya gift for me!

PATANI-KELANTAN GOLD KUPANG SS50 VARIETY

Gold Kupang Of Patani-Kelantan. "Iqamuddin/Malik Al Adil".
Rarity: RRR/SS50 Variety
Found this item in Thailand. It is the Patani-Kelantan Gold Kupang SS50 in variety.

It was rated as RRR in Mr. Saran Singh book "The Encyclopaedia of THE COINS OF MALAYSIA- SINGAPORE AND BRUNEI 1400-1967".

In the 15th century Kelantan was an independent sultanate but was attacked by Malacca during the rule of Sultan Mahmud Shah (1488-1511). In the 18th century, Kelantan was under the influence of Terengganu through a viceroy. However, a revolt led by a local royal family established an independent dynasty under Siamese suzerainty. In 1909 after the Treaty of Bangkok, Kelantan came under the British protection after Siam surrendered its suzerainty rights in exchange for Britain's promise to give up any of its claim on Siam's territory.

Period : Circa 16th-17th Century (Patani/Kelantan)

Obverse: In Arabic " Iqamuddin " ( Abode of the Faith).



Reverse: In Arabic " Malik Al Adil" (The Just Ruler).

Edge: Plain.

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Composition: Gold.

Rarity: RRR

PATANI-KELANTAN GOLD KUPANG KIJANG IS "ON FIRE" !

An Unique Gold Kijang Kupang With Elaborate Design In The Field.
Rarity:SS57 Variety
This was my most recent acquisition of SS57 (Variety) Petani-Kelantan Gold Kijang Kupang.
 
It was elaborated with an unique design in the filed.
It resembled a humped Kijang with ectoplasm and spiky foots was standing with a "lalang" field in the background.

More interesting is, it looks like the Kijang is standing in a "lalang" field that was on fire!

On the reverse, the Arabic inscription " Al Adil " is also in a very unique font too.
Weight: 0.97gm.
Diameter: 9.74mm.
Edge: Plain.
Composition: Gold.

MYNUMISMATICS AUCTION SERIES NO.1/2016.19-6-2016 (SUNDAY) AT MUSEUM NEGARA

MyNumismatics Auction Series No. 1/2016.
Banknotes, Coins & Collectibles Auction On 19-6-2016. (SUNDAY).
It was a very successful auction indeed. We sincerely like to thank to all numismatists who attended the auction and mail bidders as well. They were from Penang, Pahang, Perak, Melaka, Johor, Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Kelantan, Kedah, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore as well. We received absentees bidders from Sarawak and Sabah.
We started our auction with coins session at 9.45am and ended the auction with banknotes lots; lot: 529 at 4.00pm. In session 3, a total of 25 lots of special donation lots for Mr. Tan Tai Seng were all bidded.
With a total of 554 lots, 337 lots were sold and a total of 217 lots were withdrawn. We achieved a success rate of 61%. The last 100 lots of Malaysia modern banknotes were mostly withdrawn. Although it was not impressive enough but it was a good start.
We are looking forward to our next auction at the end of the year! Cheers!

MYNUMISMATICS AUCTION SERIES NO.1/2016.19-6-2016 (SUNDAY)

 
MyNumismatics Auction Series No. 1/2016.
Banknotes, Coins & Collectibles Auction On 19-6-2016. (SUNDAY)

Auction Date & Time:
19.June.2016 (Sunday) @ 9.30am


Auction Venue :
Muzium Negara Malaysia.

Sessions Auction Commence: 9:30am.

More information can be viewed at our website: www.mynumismatics.net

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