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1.Typical Characteristics & Chronology of Finding In Malacca
2.Is Malacca or Melaka Today ? Which is Which ?
3.Chronology of Malacca Sultanate
4.Portuguese Currency : 1511 - 1641
5.Dutch Currency : 1641 - 1795 and 1818 - 1825
6.When Islamic Influence Found in Malacca..? Where is Malacca in 600 Years ?
7.When Chinese Influence Found in Malacca.. How It Develop ?
8.Footnote
9. Conclusion

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The History of Melaka Century Currency 15th - 18th

 

MALACCA-PORTUGUESE SILVER 1/2 TANGA:
1 TANGA AND 2 TANGA USED IN MALACCA DURING THE 17th CENTURY

2 Tanga Silver (1631 - 1640)
Diameter : 25 MM
Weight : 6 grammes
Composition : Silver

1 Tanga Silver (1631 - 1640)
Diameter : 21 MM
Weight : 2 grammes
Composition : Silver

1 Tanga Silver (From Lisbon/Goa)
Diameter : 20 MM
Weight : 3 grammes
Composition : Silver

1/2 Tanga Silver (1631 - 1640)
Diameter : 15 MM
Weight : 1 gramme
Composition : Silver

DUTCH OCCUPANCY OF MALACCA FROM 17th TO 18th CENTURY

2 Silver (Square) Counterstamped With Holland Mint Mark
Length : 33 MM
Breadth : 32 MM
Weight : 26 grammes
Composition : Tin/Lead

1 Silver (Almost Square) Counterstamped With West Friesland Mint Mark
Length : 27 MM
Breadth : 27 MM
Weight : 15 grammes
Composition : Tin/Lead

ADMIRAL CHENG HO'S DOUBLE CASH TIN COINS CIRCULATED DURING THE 15th CENTURY IN MALACCA.

Reverse of the double cash tin coin with a single chop mark in Chinese - " " (Fu Lai) means Wealth Forthcoming

Obverse with 4 Chinese Characters " " (Cheng Ho Yan Pow) - means Cheng Ho's Money. The other piece is also Cheng Ho's Money but with 2 Chinese chop marks on the reverse of the coin

" " (Fu Lai) - Wealth Forthcoming
" " (Chou) - Second of The Twelve

Double Cash Tin Coin
Diameter : 31 MM
Weight : 8 grammes
Composition : Tin

 

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