Tumasek(Singapore)leads figurine Token
January 20, 2010 by uniquecollection
Tumasek Leads Deer animal Token (this token maybe issued by the Malay kingdom ,because due to the information from the book"History of malaysia Coin" the queen of malaya Kingdom had a prsent from abroad rayol kingdom the Deer (Kijang), she were very fond and love that animal, that iw way Malay Kingdom issued Kidjang Gold coins, and the malaysia coins also have the Kijang Figur. Kijang Gold coins now put in Malaysia Numismatic museum. The collector must be careful to collect this type of token because many reproduction now, that is why look carefully the unique Tumasek figurine token below.(ill from Google exploration from International token auction 2010)
- Tumasek leads Fish Figure token, I think this token have made by Chinese overseas at Malacca or tumasek because Fish was the chiese symbol of Weathyness.please comment.
- Tumasek leads Knife Token
- Tumasek Cat statue animal Token( The unsuual ahape better name token than coins, coin had the official mark, please comment this figurine were coins or Token)
- Tumasek Leads Cone shape coin( compare with my UNFO collections,the same cone shape, please comment that UNFO cone shape same with this coins!)
- Tumasek Leads Ring coin
When Singapore was the part of johor kingdom was clled Tumasek, in this era the Marchant in malaya archiphelago includeing Tumasek after the fall of Srivijaya used Tin Figure coins, after Singapore as the part of East india Company the used EIC coins (look at Singapore rare coins and read Singapore unique collection 2 in this blog).
The new report with bluur illustration about the founding of Lead Figurine Coins in the Shipwreck excavation at Straits of Malacca , and some of that coins were put in Auctions, the illustrations of Tumasek lead figurine coins in bluur condition . I hope the collectors will enjoy this latest information, thank you for Google exploration information.
Greatings from Dr iwan S. Please read more infprmation about Indonesia Brass Figurine coin ” Indonesia Numismatic History(ring coin)” in this blog.