aluminum panels Kuala Lumpur's Money Museum

by:Carlos     2019-04-10
Some people say that the love of money is the root of all evil.Whether you like it or not,Money makes the world work.Money Museum in Kuala LumpurYou can take a historical tour and see the evolution of money in the country.Bank of Negara, Malaysia (Central Bank of Malaysia)On Jalan Dato OnnThe museum is a repository of countless heritage sites in the country.Compact though,The layout inside the museum has been carefully planned to introduce the history and development of the currency in the country in chronological order.Entrance to the original gallery,Section 1,Decorated with intricate carved arches.Arabic carvings, stylized flowers,tendrils,Interlocking vines dominate the destruction of docks and archesIt is complemented by the delicate relief work of the panel depicting the leaf pattern.This beautiful art can be traced back more than a hundred years,This is proof of the skills of Muslim sculptors.It was acquired by Malaysia's Negara bank at the Islamic civilization exhibition in the Islamic center,Dignified elegance prevails throughout the museum through the free use of local hardwood such as nytoh and ramin.Nyatoh's rich Ruddy tones and powerful gloss subtly balance the creamy yellow color of Laming, creating a gorgeous atmosphere.The display cabinet high above the wall is frame bamboo-The woven board has a complex geometric design.Both fauna-Foundation and plants-Basic patterns like fish-Scales and ladybugs make up the source of inspiration for design.These decorative panels were commissioned by the bank to show the cultural richness of the Malays.There are more than 2,000 projects are permanently shown to track the evolution of currencies in the country.Including cultural relics,coins,Currency bills,tokens,Coupons and medals.In the early days of trade,The Malay Peninsula people exchange goods;later,A medium of exchange.During the Han Dynasty (206BC-221AD),Businessmen from China and India introduced copper coins to local people, who have so far used cowhide shells imported from Maldives and North Borneo as currency.In the original galleryThese leather shells and copper coins in Han Dynasty are displayed.Other exhibits include the early monetary forms used by sarowak and Borneo, such as beads made of glass,Cornelia and agateBrass kettle and brass gun.Small tin products of animals like crocodilesfish,Grasshoppers and elephants circulating in SelangorFrom the 16 th to the beginning of the 18 th century, Perak and Negri, Milan were also shown.Gallery E house front-Money for colonies and colonies.From Kedah,Cock money made of tinAnd the legacy of Terengganu is the money tree of the Sun-ray shape.Kelantan is famous for tin coins-The tree, first used in the 16 th century.Coins are broken from their branches as payment.From 1400 to 1780,the coin-The tree loops with gold coins, called Kupang, of which there are three types:Kijang coins,Dinar Matahari (or Sun)There are Arabic inscriptions on both sides of coins and coins.Also,Please keep in mind that, with the permission of Sudan, Terengganu Jokoh, released by China headquarters on 1877, is used for gambling dens.The value of each Jokoh is 1/2 times that of the Spanish dollar.In fact,Back in 1760,In the northern states of the Malay Peninsula, the gambling tokens of Siam and China are already in circulation.Who said life was boring in the past days?In Johor,Alauddin Riayat Shah during the Sudanese period (1597-1615),Katun or tin cash is widely used in the market, they are cut into various shapes, such as round,Hexagonal and octagonal.The Kingdom of Malacca saw coins introduced during the reign of Sultan Muzafar Shah.On display in the gallery is the market cash coin with the name of Sudan and his Islamic title on it.Portuguese-era artifacts in Malacca also found their way to the Money Museum.They included the bascardos coin.Catholic gold coins,And Soldos and din black ros coins are alloy of tin and lead.Malacca fell to the Dutch at 1641 and saw the appearance of 1/2 coins,1/4 coins,Bonks,Ducatoons,Guilders,Java Rupees and copper do.The Currency Museum also collected coins from Straits Settlements issued from 1871 to 1935,Across the reign of Queen Victoria.King Edward VII and King George V.Cross-Strait Settlement of currency bills is also shown in Gallery E by many seeking collectors.They were first released in 1898.According to an official at the MuseumItems on the display were severely crumpled because of their bad size and people had to fold them in front of their pockets.In Gallery F is a collection of private banknotes and private currency tokens.These banknotes issued by British and Indian colonial banks have played an important role in accelerating trade and business development.The second world war led Japan to occupy Malaya in 1942,The massive issuance of Japanese bonds has led to serious inflation.They are called "banana money" because RM10 notes depict a banana tree.When visitors complete the cycle back to the entrance,A minting machine greets them.For a ringgit (for adults)And fifty (students),Visitors can have a hand-Experience blank coins from aluminum to commemorate their visit to the museum.There is also a sales counter where visitors can buy marks,publications,Badges and souvenirs.On the mezzanine floorThe focus is on commemorative coins issued by Negara bank for the protection of world wildlife,Pacific Regional Tourism Association,The Ninth Southeast Asian Games.It also shows the banknotes of Asian countries,Africa,America and the Middle East.New additions when new notes are released.Complete your tour to pop up to the Art Gallery,Placed in WEEE.More than 1,400 pieces of artFrom painting,prints,sketches,Sculpture and sketch display.Opening Hours:Mon-Fri:9am-4:Saturday:9am-Sunday and public holidays:
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