Tuesday, May 10, 2011

95. Pulau Pinang Half Cent 1810

image 1: obverse and reverse of the coin
image 2: reference



Country of Origin: Pulau Pinang (also known as Penang, Prince of Wales' Island, now a part as a country of Malaysia)
Date: 1810
Denomination: Half Cent
Weight: 4.66g
Edge: Plain
Dimension: Diameter of 24.5mm
Composition: Copper
Population: 1,720,320 pieces
Reference: SS26, P.19, C.292.1, 
Mint: Royal Mint, London
Category: Normal Circulation Coin
Engraver: Lewis Pingo, Chief Engraver of Royal Mint, London
Variety : -

4 comments:

whycollect said...

Noticed these coins are rather expensive esp in high grades.
Nice specimen you've here.
Keep it up, mnfaj :)

mnfaj said...

Thank you whycollect,
I challenge myself to complete this Penang Coat of Arms series, hopefully I will be able to complete it. Thanks :)

Dickson Niew said...

Dear mnfj,
You may visit Mr Bob Chew on the 7th floor of Berjaya Time Square,KL.He is a very friendy dealer,a Penangnite who collected a very good set of Penang coins.
How is your Danga JB Coin show trip?
Hope you find some good items.

mnfaj said...

Hello Mr Dickson,
Wa I have heard about a dealer shop inside Berjaya Times Square but never had a chance of visiting him, for sure I will find some time visiting him someday.

Unfortunately I cant make it to Danga JB Coin show because I have an emergency at my kampung at Kelantan. But maybe it is a blessing in disguise because I bought a few nice specimen of Kelantan Pitis at there! will share it later.

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