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The Thailand 20 Baht banknote was issued by the Government of Thailand in 2013 to honor Thai kings of different periods. Its obverse features the Royal Garuda emblem and Rama IX in the Royal House of Chakri gown. The reverse of the note depicts the Royal Garuda emblem, the invention of Thai script, Ramkhamhaeng stele, Lai Sue, and the statue of King Ramkhamhaeng the Great on the Manangkhasila Asana Throne. It also illustrates grievance hearing with the Bell of King Ramkhamhaeng and Sangkhalok Wares. The banknote is 138 x 72 mm in size and bears a windowed security thread with demetalized 20 and shifts from red to purple when tilted. It also has a watermark that reflects Rama IX and an electrotype symbol. This particular banknote is in uncirculated condition.