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Thailand 1 Baht (1955)

Thailand 1 Baht (1955)
Thailand 1 Baht (1955)
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1 Baht (1955) (Front: His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej (1927 - 2016) also known as King Rama IX, the ninth monarch of Thailand of the Chakri dynasty, depicted wearing Commander of the Armed Forces's uniform. Phra Samut Chedi Temple with the Stupa of Samut Prakan built by King Rama II, at Pak Khlong Bang Pla Kot, on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, opposite Samut Prakan City Hall. Garuda - large legendary humanoid bird creature - national emblem. Royal emblem - Tricephalic elephant arms featuring mythological three-headed elephant Erawan (Airavata, Ayarapot). Back: Ananda Samakom Throne Hall from the south, a royal reception hall within Dusit Palace in Bangkok, among guilloche design, featuring palm tree fronds. Watermark: King Bhumibol Adulyadej in profile. Security features: Running serial numbers in black, on the front of the banknote, in both, Latin and Thai scripts. Embedded 0.5 mm thick metallic security strip located near the portrait. Main colour: Dark blue with light yellow background. Signatures: Sunthorn Hongladarom (Minister of Finance, 1 May 1959 - 8 July 1965); Dr. Puey Ungphakorn (CB Governor, 11 Jun 1959 - 15 Aug 1971). Issuer: Government of Thailand. First Issue: 4 February 1954. Legal tender: No. Material: Cotton fiber paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited)

Dimensions: 127 x 66 mm

Catalogue Number: P-74d

Texts: Government of Thailand. Contract to pay in Thai currency to anyone who presents this note. One Baht. Eyeglasses. Spectacles.