This commemorative 1 dirham pure silver coin was minted for King Edward School.
King Edward VII School (Malay: Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan King Edward VII) is a premier secondary school for boys (and girls, in Sixth Form) located on Jalan Muzium Hulu, in Taiping, Malaysia. Formerly known as Central School, it is one of the Oldest schools in Malaysia.
The school is widely known as by its initials "KE7".
The students are known as Edwardians or Tigers and, as alumni, Old Edwardians.
This dirham will make a great gift for loved ones and collectors alike, or kept for investment for the preservation of wealth.
Purity – 999 pure silver
Weight – 2.975g
Design - features designs inspired by King Edward.