This is the second part of an earlier article on the Malaysian Police badges nordic gold medallion. Below depicts pictures of nine(9) more badges medallion coin cards and the pictures in the middle and back of the nordic gold medallion card:-
One of the interesting nordic gold medallion card is the one depicting the fourteen (14) badges of our Malaysian Police Force from 1807 to 2007. ( the latest current police badge re: from 11/11/1997 to present) . These fourteen pieces Police badge medallion cards are minted by The Royal Mint. The metal composition of each nordic gold medallion is Cu89 Zn5 Al5 and Sn1 and the weight is 8.8 gram; diameter is 30 mm and thickness is 1.6mm.
Below pictures are arranged to depict in chronological sequence the various Malaysian Police Forces Badges from 1807 to 2007. Part 1 here showed only 5 police badges and the balance in Part 2 .
Recently, a fellow collector brought along a 50 cents 1927H Rajah Charles Vyner Brooke Silver coin to me. He was puzzled/undecided whether his coin is a forgery as this coin ( below pictures) weighed only 10.1 gram compared to 13.57gram in the latest catalogue of KN Boon.
After perusing through internet searches, other coin grading sites like NGC,etc and going to Krause Catalogue it was revealed that the weight should be 10.1 gram instead of 13.57 gram.
So just before you write off your coin as forgery or reproduction, do double- checked with all other sources!!!
Amongst the proof coin which depicts animals the most beautiful and sought after proof silver coin is the 1976 Conservation Silver Malaysia Proof Coin set of 2 :
A bit of details pertaining to the Two (2) Conservation silver coin: