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Here’s The Full List Of Rosmah And Najib’s Seized Items Worth Up To RM1.1 Billion

The police are calling it “Malaysia biggest seizure” in history.

Here’s The Full List Of Rosmah And Najib’s Seized Items Worth Up To RM1.1 Billion
Image: Zulfadhli Zulkifli/NST
On Wednesday, Federal Commercial Crime Investigation Department (CCID) director Datuk Seri Amar Singh held a press conference after more than a month since bags of valuable items containing cash, jewellery, luxury handbags, watches, and many more were seized from Datuk Seri Najib’s residences.

The conference was to reveal the exact items that were confiscated and how much they were worth. The numbers keep on skyrocketing and the final amount sent shockwaves throughout the nation.

Photos of the jewellery seized.
The New Straits Times reported that the 72 bags seized contain 12,000 pieces of jewellery with a market value of between RM660 million to RM880 million, 423 watches worth RM78 million, 234 sunglasses worth RM374,000, and 567 handbags worth RM51.3 million. Earlier on, it was revealed that RM116.7 million worth of cash was also found.

The total value of the items was estimated to be up to RM1.1 billion!

All of the jewellery seized has a market value up to RM880 million.
Why do they need 14 tiaras for, we wonder? Hmm.
The jewellery includes 1,400 necklaces, 2,200 rings, 2,100 bracelets, 2,800 pairs of earrings, 1,600 brooches and 14 tiaras. The most expensive piece of jewellery seized is a gold white diamond necklace worth an estimated of RM6.4 million.

The 567 handbags consisted of luxury handbags from 37 different designers such as Hermes, Prada, and Chanel. 272 were Hermes bags and the most expensive bag is actually a custom-made Bijan handbag worth RM1.6 million.

This isn't the seized Bijan bag, but it's an example of one of the bags they sell.
Confiscated timepieces on the other hand were from luxury labels such as Rolex, Cecil Purnell, Patek Philippe and Richard Mille. The most expensive watch out of the lot is a rare Rolex ‘Paul Newman’ Daytona worth RM3.5 million.

The rare Rolex Paul Newman Daytona.
234 sunglasses were also from luxury brands such as Versace, Dior, and Gucci.

Amar Singh says that this was Malaysia’s biggest seizure in history after estimating the value of the items to range between RM900 million to RM1.1 billion – a number we common peasants could only dream of.

Well, we couldn’t agree more, it looks like straight out of a movie. Who knows, after this they’ll really make a movie about 1MDB.