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One of the few pieces in my hands with better pieces yet to be photographed. They are in its original brilliant conditions as on the day it rolled out from the mint. Just awesome.

 

Straits Settlements King George V

Denomination : 1/2 cent
Year : 1932
Composition : Bronze
Mintage : 5,000,000
Graded : (My personal opinion) Between MS63RB - MS65RB, If to be slab

 

 

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One of the few pieces in my hands with better pieces yet to be photographed. They are in its original brilliant conditions as on the day it rolled out from the mint. Just awesome.

 

Straits Settlements King George V

Denomination : 1/2 cent

Year : 1932

Composition : Bronze

Mintage : 5,000,000

Graded : (My personal opinion) Between MS63RB - MS65RB, If to be slab

 

 

KgGeorgeV1932HalfCents2copy_zps7653e668.

 

Absolutely beautiful.

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Another from my collection.

 

You will find this piece with multiple crack recorded on the coin. I can only guess the mold minting this coin must have gone through a lot of press.

 

Straits Settlements Kg Edward VII
Denomination : 5cts
Year : 1910
Composition : Silver .600 fine
Mintage : 13,012,111
Graded : Only 5 pieces in record graded by NGC at MS63KgEdwardVII19105cts50b_zps502e80d5.jpg

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Forgive the dull image of this coin. Have sent the coin to be slab.

 

Straits Settlements Q Victoria
Denomination : 50cts
Year : 1891

: There were 2 mintage, one by Heaton with "H" and the other Birmingham
Composition : Silver .800 fine
Mintage : 121,000
Graded : XF or better

 

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Forgive the dull image of this coin. Have sent the coin to be slab.

 

Straits Settlements Q Victoria

Denomination : 50cts

Year : 1891

: There were 2 mintage, one by Heaton with "H" and the other Birmingham

Composition : Silver .800 fine

Mintage : 121,000

Graded : XF or better

 

QVictoria189150cts14bcopy_zps89b5233f.jp

 

Terrific coin Sidney. Let us know how the slabbing comes out.

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Straits Settlements Q Victoria
Denomination : 50cts
Year : 1899
Composition : Silver .800 fine
Mintage : 136,000
Graded : VF+ ~ XF

 

A very desirable copy which I gotten a while back via auctions. These coins are getting relatively hard to find in auctions now a days. Not many collectors are selling them off I guess.

 

 

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Wow! This is a 1920 "Dot" it's a rare coin and probably in XF condition. Looks harshly cleaned with scratches, but none the less as said, a rare coin.

You should have the coin cleaned of the verdigris, preserved and slab by profession like NGC. Do have it done.

Great coin. Where did you get from?

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Wow! This is a 1920 "Dot" it's a rare coin and probably in XF condition. Looks harshly cleaned with scratches, but none the less as said, a rare coin.

You should have the coin cleaned of the verdigris, preserved and slab by profession like NGC. Do have it done.

Great coin. Where did you get from?

Dear Sidney, I acquire this collection from a retired collector which was introduce to me by another collector friend But all this coins are either stain with verdigris or they are cleaned and polished. Someday when I have time I intend to bring all my coins to Mavin in Singapore for them to have a look and let them decide those that can be graded.

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Straits Settlements Q Victoria
Denomination : 50cts
Year : 1901
Composition : Silver .800 fine
Mintage : 120,000
Graded : VF+ ~ XF

 

This is the latest coin acquired recently.

Enjoy!

 

 

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Thanks ART, will be sending it for certification in about 2 weeks time, and at the same time to collect some coins been sent earlier.

Dear Sidney, Which grading you use NGC or PCGS? Do you courier direct to USA or do you go thru Singapore/ Hong Kong? and how long for PCGS/ NGC to return the coin after grading? thanks

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