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Two negatives don't make a positive. Moreover, while both are not coins, the Disney dollar is accepted under certain circumstances as payment, so it can claim token status. This thing has the same status as a lighted miniature Eiffel tower spinning around while playing a song.--Peterk2 17:48, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
This thing is a tourist souvenir, Aidan. They're out for people's money, including yours. Don't help them. The issuer is a private company, gold coins cannot be used as money as they are either too small or have a denomination that competes with banknotes (in which case banknotes win), Kelantan cannot issue its own coins since they are part of the Malaysian federation and no, its not a bullion coin either or the issuer would have made a big deal about weight and pureness. It is exactly this sort of evidently false information that makes people doubt Wikipedia.--Peterk2 19:54, 1 December 2007 (UTC)