MyNumismatics Sdn. Bhd. has released official result for MyNumismatics Auction 4 which was held on 28th January 2018 (Sunday) at Jabatan Muzium Malaysia, Muzium Negara. 228 lots have been sold from 531 MyNumismatics Auction 4 lots.
The most expensive lots sold in the auction is a $150 gold (lot 155) coin minted in 1969 to celebrate 150 years since the founding of Singapore in 1819 sold at reserve price RM3,800.
Malaysia 6th Series 1000 Ringgit banknote (lot 386) signed by Jaffar Hussein graded PMG 64 EPQ sold for RM3,000. Followed by the next lot (lot 387) a 6th Series 500 Ringgit banknote signed by Jaffar Hussein graded PMG 64 EPQ sold for RM2,000.
You can get the full result in Malaysiancoin FB:
Another highlight of the auction, Malaysia $2 8th Series Replacement ZB prefix (lot 401) signed by Ahmad Don graded PMG 65 EPQ sold for RM2,000. The only Malaysia $1 CR prefix signed by Ali Abdul Hassan (lot 423) sold at reserve price RM1,600.
A 1999 Sepang FI Circuit - 1st Petronas Malaysian F1 Grand Prix $25 Silver proof coin (Lot 114) sold for a reserve price RM1,500.
All sold price without MyNumismatics Auction Buyer’s Premium. Buyer’s Premium: 13% of hammer price for all lots sold.
I heard rumour this will be the last auction for MyNumismatics Sdn. Bhd.
I hope all the best for MyNumismatics Sdn. Bhd. team. They have bring some of the best item for normal/small time collector like me.