Tuesday, August 31, 2010

2 sets of "Tepak Sireh" ( 1 high type and 1 low type )

Both the 'Tepak Sireh' and the 'Gobek' are timeless items prominently used during traditional Malay ceremonies and functions, engagements, weddings and cultural events among others.

The 'Gobek' – a unique cylindrical areca nut-pounder widely used and displayed in Malay homes.

The 'Gobek' is an important element of the 'Tepak Sireh', a tray comprising an array of items such as: betel leaves, gambier, lime and areca nut. Visitors to traditional Malay homes are warmly welcomed and often served with the 'Tepak Sireh' which holds the 'Gobek'. Both host and guests will fill up the 'Gobek' with these items and pound them finely before consuming.

The 'Gobek' has long been regarded as an indispensable tool in welcoming and entertaining visitors to traditional Malay homes. It reflects closeness and friendliness between the host and guests, and exudes a warm ambience.

These 2 sets consist of 1 hi-type (quite rare species) and 1 low-type.
Price:RM280 fo both sets.

Vintage "Tepak Sireh" Complete set

23rd Sept 2010-Sold to Cikgu Ayob from Sabah, Malaysia

This vintage "Tepak sireh" is very nice for your collection or display item. It is made from brass and consist of 1 set of "Tepak Sireh", 1 piece of "gobek sireh" and 1 piece of "kacip Penang".

Price:RM280 for all

'Tepak Sireh' is a brass container where you can place and keep betel leaves, betelnut, clove, cardamom, catechuu, tobacco and paan and also the betelnut cutter.

Betel chewing is a tradition which dates back thousands of years. The bitter poultice is an acquired taste, and, although it is not clear why the people of the Pacific originally began to chew betelnut, the habit has been passed down through the generations and now provides a cultural link to their past.

Sunday, August 29, 2010

Rare Vintage Camy Sputnik 17 jewels manual winding watch

Sputnik was taken from the name of the first space craft orbiting the earth
Nice watch

17 jewel
manual winding
Diameter 37mm x 41 mm
Date at 6 o clock position..function well
Back case sign Camy logo

Vintage Enicar Automatic watch

Vintage Enicar Swiss Watch with Original Dial, Stainless Steel Case and Self-Winding
Stainless Steel ScrewBack Case with Interesting Case Back. See Photo. Case Signed Enicar.
Movement:Enicar Swiss Made Automatic Wind
Movement in Excellent Running Condition. Signed Enicar.

Breathtaking view pictures

Very nice pictures....enjoy

Rare 17 jewel Orient Fineness Manual winding watch

Rare manual orient watch, Good running condition,
17 jewel manual movement.
Stainless steel original band

Vintage Titus Pentastar Incabloc Manual winding watch

This ia a vintage manual winding man's watch.
Swiss movements and leather band.
Incabloc.Water proof and non magnetic
The watch is running great.

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Preowned Orient Automatic Watch

This a 21 jewels automatic Orient watch. In good running condition.
Stainless steel band but not original.

Vintage Manix Skeleton watch

I do not have any information about this watch but it is running great, leather band and manual winding watch.

Thursday, August 26, 2010

Vintage Letter from MCA divisional branch

This is old letter from 50's or 60's. The content still intact and in original condition. Nobody's know the content since the letter is never open since it is delivered by postmen 5 or 6 decades ago. The envelope only got minor torn due to aging but the letter is unopen.

Anybody interested please offer me a reasonable price.

Wednesday, August 25, 2010


BRUNEI 1dollar 1989 banknote,bearing the picture of Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah and boats,riverside aerial view of Brunei at back.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Malaysia RM1 Ismail Ali - 4 pieces

Condition:refer to picture
Price:RM15 for 4 pieces

MALAYSIA RM1 4TH series the blindman AZIZ TAHA 2PCS

Blindman series
Condition:refer to picture
Price:RM15 for 2 pieces

United States one-dollar bill

The United States one-dollar bill ($1) is the most common denomination of US currency. The first president, George Washington, painted by Gilbert Stuart, is currently featured on the obverse, while the Great Seal of the United States is featured on the reverse. The one-dollar bill has the second oldest design of all U.S. currency currently being produced, after the two-dollar bill. The obverse seen today debuted in 1963 when the $1 bill first became a Federal Reserve Note.

The inclusion of "In God We Trust" on all currency was required by law in 1955. The national motto first appeared on paper money in 1957.

An individual dollar bill is also less formally known as a one, a single or a bone.

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing says the average life of a $1 bill in circulation is 21 months before it is replaced due to wear. Approximately 45% of all U.S. currency produced today are one-dollar bills.

Singapore SGD2 paper and polymer banknote (2 pieces)

Dimension:126 × 63 mm
Obverse: President Yusof bin Ishak, Money Cowrie
September 9, 1999 :Paper
January 12, 2006 :Polymer


Monday, August 23, 2010

RM1 Ismail Ali Banknote- 2 pieces

RM1 Ismail Ali Banknote- 2 pieces
Condition: refer to picture

RM1 Ismail Ali running number - 2 pieces

RM1 Ismail Ali running number - 2 pieces
Serial number: 913038 and 913039
Condition:refer to picture

1 lot of RM10 6th Series Malaysia Banknote (Jaafar Hussien) - 3 pieces UNC

17th Jan 2011 - Sold to Mr Ab Rahman from KL, Malaysia

RM10 6th Series Malaysia Banknote

Condition: UNC

Date of Issue: 1986-1995

Signature: Bank Negara Governor Tan Sri Dato' Jaffar Bin Hussein

Printer: Thomas De La Rue.

Size: 131mm x 71mm

Price:RM70 for 3 pieces