1907 Silver Coin One Dollar Straits Settlement Malaya Edward VII of England AU58
Description: A beautiful about uncirculated crown sized 1907 silver coin from the Straits Settlements in the Malaya Peninsula in southeastern Asia. This is a one dollar coin and has a reeded edge. The coin displays the bust of King Edward VII of England facing right on the obverse. The obverse also has the legend "Edward VII King and Emperor" surrounding the king's bust. The reverse displays an interesting design with the denomination, date and indication that it is from the Straights Settlements surrounding the design. The coin retains some of its original mint luster and has great eye appeal. The coin is graded AU58 by NGC and is encased in a plastic holder so labeled. Please carefully review the images provided as they are part and parcel of our description.
Size and Weight: The coin should weigh ~20.21 gm of 0.90 silver and is ~34 mm in diameter.
References: It is KM #26.
Condition: The coin is graded by NGC as About Uncirculated AU 58 and comes in a plastic holder so labeled. The coin has some residual luster and wear commensurate with its circulated state. It shows surface scratches and some bag marks. The coin has nice eye appeal and would make a great addition to your collection. Please see photos for additional condition information.
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