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This uncirculated 60 Thai baht note is a commemorative banknote issued by the Government of Thailand to celebrate the 60th birthday of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX). It is a brown note that is dated BE 2530 (1987), bear the signatures of Kumchorn Sathirakul and Suthee Singsaneh, and measures 159 mm x 159 mm. Its obverse side features a seated King Bhumibol Adulyadej wearing the military uniform and Chakri Dynasty royal robe, the Kranok tongues of flame, a table with the Royal Regalia, the bank logo, and the royal emblem in green-blue OVI. Its reverse side shows the bank emblem and a depiction of the royal family seated with a crowd. Security features include a solid security thread with printed Thai text, a radar serial number, and a triangle watermark. This is the first note in the world to use OVI.