Friday, July 27, 2012
Thursday, June 21, 2012
All these ancient coins has been sold to someone with common market price.
I also can't describe the history of these coins. Some people said it was came from China and Arabian traders.
I already sold these coins RM100 each. Got it from my late grandfather. Perhaps it was made around 18th century..and now, i'm still looking for the real details.
Posted by selling antique goods and old banknotes at 3:40 PM
Friday, June 15, 2012
New day has a new work to do..today i have to separate this 2nd album into the 3rd album.
Just for sharing the info, it is not a good idea if you put a note on the other notes. It cause existence yellowish effect or people call it 'foxing' on the notes..
So, the best solution is you have to prepare extra albums if your currency notes increased.
Posted by selling antique goods and old banknotes at 9:31 AM
Thursday, May 24, 2012
The gorgeous Leather Puppet or ( Wayang Kulit) is one of the most precious thing in my collections.
My father got it from my late grandfather. From its history, leather puppet is made from goatskin and mix with some deluxe materials.
This is masterpiece of Javanese Art. The overnight performance serve the proper space to spend the night, reflect and understand Javanese life philosophy.
Leather puppet show is a performance art that has been more than half a millennium of age. It's presence has its own story, in relation with the entrance of Javanese Islam.
I never thought to sell this item..it would be in my collection until the end of my life.
Posted by selling antique goods and old banknotes at 10:44 AM
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Saturday, October 22, 2011
The pictures was taken last night...awesome right??:)
Let me tell you a little bit about this note..this is the first series of RM5 with Tun Ismail Md Ali sign..the Governor of Bank Negara Malaysia in 1967 until 1972.
First prefix is A/1 and the last prefix is A/45.Printed Bradbury Wilkinson & Co.
I buy this item from someone with common market price..almost RM100+Different person have their own perception onto this item.but for me as a young junior numismatist, i evaluate from the aesthetics value..such a beautiful & incredible old note..
Sunday, October 16, 2011
Those who are numismatist should get one as their collection.
guess how much i spend for these item?? normally people sell them around rm25-rm50 each (not the replacement ok)..
but i just have to spend rm40 ( 3 pieces) to get these lovely notes..
For this nearest time, i never thought to sell them...just to share and inspire you guys...have a nice looks...:)
Posted by selling antique goods and old banknotes at 12:50 PM