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Thailand 20 Baht 1935

Item Code: TH-25B

Front: His Majesty King Prajadhipok (1893 - 1941) also known as King Rama VII, the seventh monarch of Siam of the Chakri dynasty. River scene
with a boat and a village in the center with a stupa in the background. Garuda - large legendary humanoid bird creature - national emblem. Statue of a
mythological three-headed elephant Erawan (Airavata, Ayarapot). Back: Phra Samut Chedi Temple (among guilloche design), at Pak Khlong Bang Pla
Kot, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, opposite Samut Prakan City Hall. Watermark: Erawan, the three-headed elephant. Security features:
Running serial numbers on the obverse. Main colour: Green. Artist: TDLR. Signature: Phraya Manavarajsevi or Praya Manavarahchasevi (Prot Vichien
of Songkra) (Minister of Finance, 22 Sep. 1934 - 1 Aug. 1935). Issuer: Government of Siam. First Issue: 15th January 1935. Date of Issue: 25th
February 1935. Date range: 1934-1935. 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 (TDLR).

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Dimensions: 179 x 94 mm

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

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