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Thailand 100 Baht Banknote, 1994 ND, P-97a.1, UNC

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Thailand 100 Baht banknote from 1994 ND has a pick number P-97a.1, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features King Bhumibol Adulyadej.


This uncirculated 100 Thai baht banknote is a standard circulation banknote introduced by the Government of Thailand in 1994. It is a red and orange banknote that bear the signatures of Tarrin Nimmanahaeminda and Vijit Supinit, and measures 150 mm x 72 mm. Its obverse side features the Royal Garuda emblem, the royal seal, and a portrait of King Bhumibol Adulyadej. Its reverse side shows the royal monograms, five students walking from school toward a candle and open book, the royal initial emblem, and a seated Rama V and Rama VI. Security features include a solid security thread with a demetalized 100 and Thai text and a watermark of Rama IX with an electrotype “Prajumyan” symbol.

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