1907 One Dollar Straits Settlements ANACS EF 40 Cleaned


CVC & Collectables presents this 1907 One Dollar Straits Settlements ANACS EF 40 Cleaned.

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CVC & Collectables presents this 1907 One Dollar coin from the Straits Settlements, certified by ANACS as EF 40 Cleaned, carries historical significance and numismatic appeal.

On the obverse side, you’ll find a depiction of King Edward VII, who reigned from 1901 to 1910, representing the colonial authority of the British Empire over the Straits Settlements, a group of British territories in Southeast Asia that included Singapore, Malacca, and Penang.

Flipping the coin, the reverse side showcases the denomination of 1 Dollar within a wreath, symbolizing the economic prosperity and trade that characterized the region during this period.

Crafted from silver with a purity of .900, this coin weighs 20.2176 grams and has a diameter of 34.3 mm, making it a substantial piece in both size and historical significance.

While this coin was demonetized on 31 December 1952, its historical value and collectible appeal endure, attracting collectors interested in the rich heritage of British colonial coinage in Southeast Asia. Find more alike it here!

World Coin Issues

Straits Settlements


Extremely Fine – 40





Metal Type silver
Metal Purity s.900
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