Monday, August 13, 2018

Singapore Ship $50 (Serial 1) (PMG 66 EPQ)

Price: $800 per piece

Condition: PMG 66 EPQ

Free registered postage locally in Singapore.

If interested, please contact me at 81388682. Alternatively, leave your contact details on the tagboard and we will get in touch with you soon.

Saturday, August 4, 2018

1952 Indonesia 1000 Rupiah (PMG 66 EPQ)

Price: $1200 

Condition: PMG 66 EPQ

Free registered postage locally in Singapore.

If interested, please contact me at 81388682. Alternatively, leave your contact details on the tagboard and we will get in touch with you soon.


1953 Malaya $10 (PMG 64)

Price: $850 

Condition: PMG 64, original paper, no wash or press

Free registered postage locally in Singapore.

If interested, please contact me at 81388682. Alternatively, leave your contact details on the tagboard and we will get in touch with you soon.



India 1000 Rupees (1000 Runs)

Selling below face value! 100 running numbers.

Price: $1200 

Condition: UNC

Free registered postage locally in Singapore.

If interested, please contact me at 81388682. Alternatively, leave your contact details on the tagboard and we will get in touch with you soon.


India 500 Rupees (100 Runs)

Selling below face value! 100 running numbers.

Price: $800 

Condition: UNC

Free registered postage locally in Singapore.

If interested, please contact me at 81388682. Alternatively, leave your contact details on the tagboard and we will get in touch with you soon.



Friday, May 25, 2018

1961 Malaya $10 (Big A Prefix)

Rare Big A prefix.

Price: $1700 

Condition: AU-UNC

Free registered postage locally in Singapore.

If interested, please contact me at 81388682. Alternatively, leave your contact details on the tagboard and we will get in touch with you soon.





Saturday, March 31, 2018

1941 Malaya Series Solid Numbers

Did you know that the 1941 series of Malaya banknotes do not have solid numbers?

The notes were produced such that the largest serial number is only 100000. This means that for every prefix of the banknote printed, there were only 100,000 pieces. Thus the solid number for this series of banknotes has always been considered as the following: 011111, 022222, 033333, and so forth until 099999.

During grading, PMG and PCGS doesn't comment that such serial are solid numbers. Nonetheless, what's important is that collectors understand the real value of these notes - They can't be more solid than it already is!