Banknotes Thailand Memorial King Rama VIII Siam Valuable Currency Precious Rare. King Rama VIII Banknotes 100 baht. Circulated bank notes, Rama VIII era.
8th series, 100 baht Thai banknotes. The 8th 100 baht type banknotes were manufactured in the United States of America when World War II ended.
It is a banknote printed with the Wet offset system on the front, printed in 4 colors, on the back, printed in 2 colors, using the US military printing paper, which is intended for printing bank notes used in occupied areas in Europe after the war. The paper has a watermark "MILITARY AUTHORITY" and when this watermark paper runs out, use paper without watermark.
But prevent forgery and is a check point later by typing the position of bank notes with black ink numbers 1 - 50 on 2 points at the bottom right corner and top left corner of bank notes. This 100 baht type 8 banknote was announced on November 14, 1946.6.60 x 15.60 cm. An important element is the image of His Majesty the King, Ananda Mahidol on the left. In the middle is a picture of Phra Pathom Chedi. There is a picture of a three-headed elephant iraphat at the bottom right corner. The number category is used in accordance with the US banknote example, which uses 8-digit numbers with a Roman alphabet next to the back.
Bank note on the back. The main picture is a constitutional image enshrined above the Pharang Fah Fah surrounded by lettuce leaves and kale patterns. Please consider the product on the pictures carefully before deciding to order. Feedback is very important to.BEFORE you give us or feedback. Please don't forget to leave us a feedback. We strive to make you our customer happy. We are pround to offer you the best products from Thailand. The item "Memorial Banknotes Thailand King Rama VIII Siam Valuable Currency Precious Rare" is in sale since Friday, February 7, 2020. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money\ World\Asia\Thailand". The seller is "star-shop19" and is located in . This item can be shipped worldwide.