Back in 2006 to 2010, considered by a large number of Dinar users and consumers as the starting period of the history of Dinar and Dirham in Malaysia, there were only a few local minters who produced Gold Dinar coins and that they did it for love rather than profit. Quaintly at that time, everyone seemed to feel that the only acceptable form of Dinar was something similar to Emirates Dinar, except the word "Dinar" was spelt in Arabic for "Emirates Dinar" but our minted coins were spelt in the alphabet and called the gold coins "Dinar Muslim".
The observe face depicts a world filled with lights emanating from the Nabawi Mosque of Madinah and a phrase "1 DINAR" right in front of the main door of the mosque. In the middle of the reverse face is a circle the contains the compulsory witnessing phrase that is obligatory for every Muslin to utter. This is then surrounded by a ring that contains the following translated words. "And that truly my subjects of all the nation and I am Your Lord, so worship me".
Everybody accepts that this coin fulfils the requirement to be shariah compliance and as the standard tool for trade. It also makes a great gift for loved ones and collectors alike or kept as an investment for the preservation of wealth.