The book “Magic coins of Java, Bali, and the Malay Peninsula” by Joe Cribb and published by the British Museum includes this coin in the book. The writing is based on the coins in the collection of Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles in the form of coins in the British Museum. This tells us to some extent, even in the 1800s this money already existed.
It is well known that the name of the coin is known as “Duit Yassin” probably because the surah Yasin has many uses in medicine. For example, the practice of reading Yasin 7 Mubin is said to protect its readers from magic and cure the sick. Therefore, it is not surprising that Yasin 7 coins are among the most popular coins sought by coin enthusiasts/collectors. There are 9 types of coins.
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