The satta number refers to a number of coins that are found in the market in Indonesia, particularly on the Satekada island. The coins are predominantly silver but come in copper, gold and bronze as well. They were introduced by the British into India after the Second World War. They have had a presence in Indonesia since the 16th century but until now they have only been in circulation as proof of the Balinese imperial standing.
This particular coin has been used in many different circumstances. They are used as a measurement unit for weighing gold or silver by the weight or satta. The smallest satta is a thaler (worth one thaler [oz. ]); the biggest one being a manged (worth one mange [oz.]). The king result charts are created from this specific coin and they are considered the official measurement unit of the Indonesian sate. In fact, they are measured in terms of their weight compared to the weight of an English penny.
The significance of the thaler sattaking can be traced back to the reign of Bunga Ben Susuccenzon who reigned in 1727. His reign also saw the introduction of another copper coin that was known as the Galinga-mened, which bore his name. These coins are not in general used anymore but it is believed that they may have been introduced by the British during their occupation of Borneo in the late 19th century. The Galinga-mened is another example of a coin that is regarded as a king result in Indonesia. It was also used during the reign of King Naraijo of Java, who reigned from 1727 to 1740.
The coins also bear the name of the mint where they are minted. They are known as the king matka or the king of matkah. The meaning of the term king matka is “one who rules under a mountain”. Thus, the coin being attributed to the king at the time of its issue signifies that the coin has been issued from a place that is ruled by a mountain. In addition to this, the closing rates that are associated with these coins are also significant.
In addition to the two coins, there are many other copper coins that are referred to as satta king game pieces. They are referred to by the name of a particular kingdom or by the name of a specific district. The coins are believed to be of Indian origin since the style on which they are made bears the hallmark of the Indian Royal Mint. The significance and symbolism attached to the different types of coins being attributed to the satta king record chart can help collectors determine the true worth of the coins.
The significance of the satta king games are not limited to collectors. Many people use them as tools for fortune telling. The jodi is thought to be responsible for predicting the direction of the direction the coin is headed in. This technique has helped traders, merchants and others make accurate trading decisions.