MRR60 Koleksi Terhangat Di Pasaran Numismatik. Wang Koleksi Peringatan Majlis Raja-Raja Melayu Tandatangan Gabenor BNM Muhammad Bin Ibrahim dengan tempoh perkhidmatan paling singkat diantara Gabenor.
2017 MRR60 BANKNOTE 60TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE FEDERATION OF MALAYA INDEPENDENCE AGREEMENT (GENUINE)
This banknote commemorates the 60th Anniversary of the Federation of Malaya Independence Agreement signing in the year 1957. The commemorative banknote honours the Council (later called Conference) of Ruler contribution towards the realisation of the Nation's independence on 21 August 1957.
The Agreement dated 5 August 1957 proclaiming the Yang di-Pertuan Agong as the Supreme Head of the Federation was signed by the Malay Council of Rulers from Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Selangor and Terengganu with Sir Donald MacGilivray, the High Commissioner of the Federation of Malaya who represented Queen Elizabeth II. The Agreement became historic constitutional evidence for the independence of the Federation of Malaya.
Banknote design The design is based on the theme of “Raja Payung Kedaulatan Negara”. These commemorative banknotes are the first commemorative banknotes printed by Bank Negara Malaysia on the composite substrate, a combination of polymer and paper substrate, which offers higher security features and longer life span. These banknotes are printed larger in size, based on its face value.
Obverse Symbolising Malaysia as a constitutional monarchy, placed in the middle is the majestic royal throne encircled by the portraits of 15 Yang di-Pertuan Agong who have reigned from 1957 till the present day. The obverse design is inspired by the crescent and a 14-pointed federal star which are featured on the royal headgear.
Reverse The reverse design features the portraits of the nine rulers signing the Federation of Malaya Independence Agreement on 5 August 1957. These banknotes are decorated with prominent independence and post-independence figures and features. On the right-hand side of the banknote is the triumphant silhouette of Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, the architect of Malayan independence and the first Prime Minister of Malaysia. Imprinted on the background are four significant landmarks: the National Palace, Perdana Putra, the Parliament building and the Palace of Justice. These reflect the four pillars of the nation: the institution of the Monarchy, the Executive, the Legislature and the Judiciary respectively.
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