First of all, sorry to all my reader for missing posting an article for this past few days. My broadband service provider is giving me a headache with unstable connection for this past few days since the tsunami and earthquake in Sumatera and Padang, Indonesia. A 7.6 magnitude earthquake struck off the city of Padang on Indonesia's Sumatra island, killing at least 75 people and trapping thousands under rubble. I like to express my gratitude to all the victims in Indonesia, wish everything will be recovering soon.
Today post is about a Malaya and British Borneo one dollar banknote (duit kerbau seringgit). This is a replica of the Malaya and British Borneo 10 dollar banknote. One of my buyer is asking me to find this item a few month back (missing his phone number, sorry friend). He told me that he want to find this banknote for "menurun" or "panggil nombor". It is a ritual, where people who want to buy toto or 4D number will bring this item and asked a bomoh (Shaman) to do the "menurun nombor" ritual. People will see a number on this piece of old item they bought. This 4 digits number will be bought continuously for at least 3 times in any 4D number shop that been told by the bomoh.
This banknote is at least 30 years old and also have the same design with the original duit kerbau. Its also have a tiger watermark. the size is slightly smaller then the original 10 dollar duit kerbau; 6.5 cm x 12 cm. I found two colour of this banknote, red and black colour. Beside the "menurun nombor" ritual, I don't sure why this banknote is printed during that time. Maybe this is some kind of counterfeit money for duit kerbau. Item already "Sold", you can visit my sale page to check my other item on sale.
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