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Thailand 100 Baht Banknote, 2005, P-114a.1, UNC

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Thailand 100 Baht Banknote from 2005 has a pick number of P-114a.1, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX).

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    THAI114A.1U
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This uncirculated 100 Thai baht banknote is a standard circulation note that is issued by the Bank of Thailand in BE 2548 (2005) and bears the signatures of Thanong Bidaya and Pridiyathorn Devakula. It is a dark red, red, and yellow note that measures 150 mm x 72 mm. Its obverse side shows the Royal Garuda emblem, the Royal Initial Emblem of H.M. the King “Phor Por Ror”, and a portrait of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX). Its reverse side shows the King’s monogram, a depiction of King Chulalongkorn abolishing slavery, the Royal Garuda emblem, and a portrait of King Chulalongkorn. Security features include a holographic stripe, a solid security thread with a demetalized 100 BAHT in English and Thai text, and a watermark of Rama IX with an electrotype symbol “Prajumyan”.

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