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The Thailand 100 Baht banknote was issued by the Government of Thailand in 2004. The banknote has a combination of red and orange. Its obverse features the Royal Garuda emblem, the Royal Initial Emblem of the King Phor Por Ror, and Bhumibol Adulyadej wearing a uniform. The reverse of the paper bill depicts Royal monograms, five students walking from school toward a candle and an open book, Rama V and Rama VI holding swords, a seated monk with two boys, and the Royal Garuda emblem. The banknote has a dimension of 150 x 72 mm in size and bears a holographic stripe, a solid security thread with a demetalized 100 BAHT and Thai text. It also carries a watermark that reveals Rama IX and an electrotype symbol Prajumyan. The banknote is in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.