To any newbies who maybe still don't know, Dickson Niew have a shop in Subang. His item price is one of the most affordable in Malaysia and a must visit place for coin collectors. You can read more about his shop and direction on how to go there at my blog post; Dickson Niew Collection Corner but make sure you contact him before you make a visit to his shop.
For the story of the 1971 10 sen coin, they're many version of story come out before but the normal one as what you read on the KOSMO. Low mintage at 32,000 pieces is one of the factor that bring collector searching for the coin. With the story come out in the news, more people will be trying to find it. The price will certainly going up again in the future. They're not much pictures in the story that can help non-collector understand what Mr. Dickson and Mr. Lawrence talk about. Most non-collector will not understand which one is the Ali Abul Hassan signature in the RM1 banknote. From my experience, any RM1 banknote that is not signed by Zeti, non-collector will assume that it is signed by Ali Abul Hassan. Even though you already told them that the RM1 signed look like Aishah. I don't read the actual newspaper, just from KOSMO online, if they're actual pictures about that, please comment and inform me.
Ok, sifu Dickson Niew, congratulations again, many fan want to get your authograph now.