UNC 1944 Early King Rama VIII 1 baht THAILAND PAPER RARE Banknote Estate Vintage. Banknotes in circulation, Rama VIII era. 5 types of banknotes priced at 1 baht. During World War II, the Thai government was unable to print banknotes from Thomas de la Rue.
England because the British were on the Allied side. Thailand is facing a shortage of banknotes. The government therefore asked Japan to produce banknotes with Mitsui Bussan Kaisha as a representative for the banknote printing houses of the Japanese government. Printed banknotes from Japan that have been received lately. Different from the first version because in the later Japan was heavily attacked by the Allies.
Causing the lack of materials used in the production of banknotes. An important element is the portrait of His Majesty King Ananda Mahidol in Chakri uniform on the right.
On the left is an image of the ubosot of Wat Phumin, Nan Province, in the middle is a picture of Fuuang pattern as the background of the text "Thai Government". There is an image of Iraphot in the lower right corner. Letters and numbers are printed in red ink. The main image is a picture of Wat Phra Sri Rattana Satsadaram in the Grand Palace, surrounded by bougainvillea patterns. Penalty for counterfeiting is printed in the bottom center.1 baht card, 3rd edition, issued on February 24, 1944. CIRCULATION DURING THE REIGN OF KING RAMA VIII.
PORTRAIT OF KING RAMA VIII. 6.50 x 12.50 cm.
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