19 August 2019: Link to Order KDYMM YDPA XVI Coins from Bank Negara Malaysia


Bank Negara Malaysia earlier issued an announcement on the release of the KDYMM YDPA XVI coins: https://myfdc.me/2019/08/15/19-august-2019-matching-coins-with-the-fdc-of-the-kdymm-yang-di-pertuan-agong-xvi-issue/?wref=tp

This matches very well with the Pos Malaysia stamp issue and numismatic and philatelic dealers are expected to try and make Philatelic Numismatic Covers (PNCs). Thus there was quite a high demand for the First Day Covers.

Just a reminder that today, Bank Negara Malaysia has opened the ordering link: https://duit.bnm.gov.my/

Online ordering will close on 23 August 2019.

The instructions are at: http://www.bnm.gov.my/index.php?ch=en_announcement&pg=en_announcement&ac=731&lang=en

After you order remember to go to your email and get the password.

Here is the maximum that you can order for each item. There is a limit set of 1 each except the Nordic Gold Coin Cards with a limit of 3. Note the SST payable.

Using the password, go back and PAY or your order will NOT be confirmed. You have been advised!

Want to match with a matching FDC set? Kuantan – Medan Tuanku – Kuala Lumpur FDC : Contact me.

Good luck!

sky52200

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3 thoughts on “19 August 2019: Link to Order KDYMM YDPA XVI Coins from Bank Negara Malaysia

  1. Hello.

    I have some question in mind. How does philatelic numismatic cover (PNC) works? I don’t think it’s just paste the stamp on coin cards and get some cancellation on it – there’s a lot more way to do it. Just don’t know how to do it right.

    1. Actually a circular puncher is used to make a hole to insert an encapsulated coin. This is normally secured with a cardboard card.

      I am not a fan of PNC but I do know dealers are keen on these.

      sky52200

      1. Ahh, I see. Thanks for clarification.

        Maybe you might consider write up the article about this PNC thing. Since not a lot of collectors know about such crosslinking between philatelic and numismatic paraphernalias. Not to mention it’s a rare kind, since BNM only issues fewer commemorative coins/banknotes annually.

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