Johor Unlisted Gold Kupang Of Sultan Abdul Jalil Riayat Shah II (1571-1597)
Rarity: Unlisted SS7(a)
Obverse: Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah. Composition: Gold (Unlisted Round Shape)

Johor is located in the southern tip of Peninsular of Malaysia as well as the most southern point of the Asian Continent. The name of Johor originated from the Arabic word Jawhar which means jewel. It is also known by its Arabic honorific, Darul Takzim ( Abode of Dignity).

This is a Round gold coin ( kupang ) from Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah II era. Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah II was the 4th Sultan of Johor who reigned from 1571 to 1597 CE.

Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah II (1571-1597)
Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah II (died 1597) was the Sultan of Johor from 1571 to 1597. Sultan Abdul Jalil Shah II married Fatima Raja the sister of Muzaffar II of Johor who was the sultan of Johor.

On Muzaffar's death, Abdul Jalil and Fatima's son Abdul Jalil I of Johor became the sultan. He died less than a year later and  Abdul Jalil was then made the sultan.

During Johor's reign Johor Lama was rebuilt and became a major center of trade in the Malay Peninsula. In 1576 and 1578 the Portuguese tried to take it over but were repulsed both times.  From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Reverse: Khalifatul Muminin. Weight: 0.60gm. Diameter: 13.88 mm
This unlisted Sultan Abdul Jalil Riayat Shah II Johor Gold Kupang will be put up on auction in the next Collectibles Auction Asia No.6/2015 on early October 2015.

Tin Coin Album for sale.
Hard Cover. Size: 60 Coins. Export Quality
H:28cm X W:21.2cm X T:2.3cm
1 page X 12 coins X 5 pages.
RM58 per album. COD at :
Dickson Niew Collection Shop at Subang Jaya.
No.58, Jalan SS14/2, SS14, Subang Jaya, 47500, Selangor, Malaysia.
Tel: +6 017 9796337.
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