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Thailand 1 Baht 1925-1933

Item Code: TH-16B

Front: Garuda - large legendary humanoid bird creature - national emblem. Statue of a mythological three-headed elephant
Erawan (Airavata). Back: Royal Ploughing Ceremony or The Ploughing Festival. Watermark: Absent. Security features: Running
serial number on the obverse. Main colours: Blue on yellow underprint. Artist: Unknown. Signature: Prince Suphayok Kasem or
Supayokkasem (Minister of Finance, 9 Apr. 1932 - 29 Jun. 1932). Issuer: Government of Siam. First Issue: 21 July 1925. Date of
Issue: 25 May 1928. Date range: 1925-1933. Date of withdrawal: 1938. Legal tender: No. Total emission: Unknown.
Material: Cotton fiber paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited, London, England.
 

 
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Dimensions: 137 x 75 mm
 

Texts: Government of Siam. Contract to pay in Siamese currency to anyone who presents this note. One Baht.

 
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