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Bon belanja di ENIK, Malang

Uang emisi Bukittinggi untuk daerah Aceh Rp25, tahun 1948

Uang Tapanoeli merah Rp100, tahun 1948

Uang Tapanoeli Rp50, tahun 1948

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Sumatran Numismatic Museum (Museum Uang Sumatera) is a private museum located in Medan City, North Sumatra, Indonesia, which has a large collection of old banknotes and coins. The museum is owned by Saparudin Barus, who concerns on the history of Indonesian banknotes and wants to spread the knowledge to the public.

List of collections


Imperial/Sultanate coins


Some collections of imperial coins are Aceh Sultanate coins, Deli Sultanate coins, Royal Coal coins, Sri Indrapura Sultanate coins, Pasai Sultanate Royal coins, Palembang Sultanate coins, Palembang coins, Jambi coins, Banten Sultanate coins, Cirebon Sultanate coins, Demak Sultanate coins, Syailendra Mataram Kingdom coins, Majapahit coins, Jenggala Kingdom coins, Sumenep Sultanate coins, Pontianak Sultanate coins, Maluku Kingdom coins, Banjarmasin Royal coins, Mempawa Sultanate coins, Buton Kingdom coins, Makassar Sultanate coins, and Gowa Sultanate coins.

Plantation tokens


Collection of plantation tokens range from Sumatra plantation tokens, Tandjong Alam (Asahan) plantation tokens, Tanah Radja plantation tokens, Kisaran tokens, Deli plantation tokens, Poeloe Samboe plantation tokens, Hessa plantation tokens (Kisaran), Ballarat mining tokens JR Grundi, NKPM Soengai tokens Gerong, Riau Islands gambling token, Bangka mining token, and Palembang mining/petroleum token.

Oeang Republik Indonesia Daerah/Darurat (ORIDA)


ORIDA collections include Atjeh Timur ORIDA, Atjeh ORIDA, Koetaradja Atjeh ORIDA, Tapanoeli ORIDA, Pematang Siantar ORIDA, Asahan ORIDA, Tigabinanga Karo ORIDA, Nias ORIDA, East Sumatra ORIDA, Bukit Tinggi ORIDA, ORIDA exchange for Djambi, South Sumatra ORIDA, Bengkulu/Bengkulen ORIDA, Lampung ORIDA, Tanjung Karang Lampung ORIDA, and Banten ORIDA.

Oeang Republik Indonesia Tapanoeli (ORITA) printing machine


It was a money printing machine in the Tapanuli area, especially in Sibolga City, during the Dutch Military Aggression II, led by Resident Dr. Ferdinand Lumban Tobing to print the money for economic needs of Tapanuli. Currently, the machine is in the Sumatran Numismatic Museum and can still be used.


Collections of Sumatran Numismatic Museum can be accessed at Category:Images from Sumatran Numismatic Museum.

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