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10 Baht Bank Note ( Back View )

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10 Baht Bank Note

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10 Baht Denomination

Front: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the reigning monarch, in the uniform of the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces

Back: Portrait of H.M. King Chulalongkorn (Rama V).

Paper Color: Brown.

Size: width 7.2 cm x length 13.8 cm

Special Features
When the 10-Baht coin was first introduced in the 1990s a senior Thai politician had the idea that the introduction of the coin 'devalued' the Baht and contributed to inflation. So, the 10-Baht note was re-introduced for a short time, until the politician fell from power.

You may still encounter some 10-Baht notes, especially outside of Bangkok.


20 Baht Bank Note ( Back View )

20 Baht Bank Note ( Back View )Popular
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20 Baht Bank Note

20 Baht Bank Note Popular
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20 Baht Denomination

Front: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the reigning monarch, in the uniform of the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces

Back: Portrait of H.M. King Ananda Mahidol (King Rama VIII).

Security Thread: Metallic color security thread.

Watermark: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej & the classical Thai design "Dok Jok".

Paper Color: Green.

Size: width 7.2 cm x length 13.8 cm

Special Features
The Arabic numerals "20", two each on the front and the back, are printed on both sides and registered to make a complete remote Arabic numeral "20" when viewing the note against a light source.

Intaglio latent image "20" that is hidden inside an elaborate design, which becomes visible when the note is viewed from the lower left corner toward the middle part of the note.

The Arabic numerals indicating the denomination "100", that are printed on both sides, become completely formed upon viewing the note from the front side against a light source.

Vertically embedded inside the paper is the metallic color security thread, containing non-staggering translucent microletterings "20 Baht" in Arabic and Thai, readable by viewing the note against a light source.


50 Baht Bank Note ( Back View )

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50 Baht Bank Note

50 Baht Bank NotePopular
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50 Baht Denomination

Front: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the reigning monarch, in the uniform of the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, and the Royal Initial Emblem of H.M. the King "Phor Por Ror".

Back: The monument of H.M. King Mongkut (Rama IV).

Security Thread: Metallic color security thread.

Watermark: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej & the classical Thai design "Dok Loi".

Paper Color: Blue.

Size: width 7.2 cm x length 14.4 cm

Special Features
Intaglio latent image "50" that is hidden inside a elaborate design, which becomes visible when the note is viewed from the lower left corner toward the middle part of the note.

The Arabic numerals indicating the denomination "50", that are printed on both sides, become completely formed upon viewing the note from the front side against a light source.

500 Baht Bank Note ( Back View )

500 Baht Bank Note ( Back View )Popular
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500 Baht Bank Note

500 Baht Bank NotePopular
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500 Baht Denomination

Front: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the reigning monarch, in the uniform of the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces.

Back: Portrait of the Royal Statue of H.M. King Nangklao (King Rama III).

Security Thread: Metallic color security thread.

Watermark: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej & the classical Thai design "Prajumyan".

Paper Color: Purple with intaglio and offset printing techniques.

Size: width 7.2 cm x length 15.6 cm

Special Features
Silver hologram foil stripe with the royal Phor Por Ror emblems of H.M. the King and the numbers "500" in Thai, which will be seen in defferent reflecting colors and in various dimensions when viewed at different angles as the note is flipped back and forth.

Intaglio latent image "500" that is hidden inside the elaborate design, which becomes visible when the note is viewed from the lower left corner toward the middle part of the note.

The Arabic numerals indicating the denomination "500", printed with optically variable intaglio ink (OVI), that change from green into violet when the lower edge of the note is flipped.

The Cotton Rose petals, two each on the front and the back, are printed on both sides and registered to make a complete remote floral "Cotton Rose" design when viewing the note against a light source.


1000 Baht Bank Note ( Back View )

1000 Baht Bank Note ( Back View )Popular
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1000 Baht Bank Note

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Front: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the reigning monarch, in the uniform of the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces.

Back: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej while performing royal activities & the drawing depicting the Pa Sak Jolasid Dam.

Security Thread: Metallic color security thread.

Watermark: Portrait of H.M. King Bhumibol Adulyadej & the classical Thai design "Phum Khow Bin."

Ink Color: Dark brown printed on a orange & violet-pink background and on multicolour elaborate design.

Size: width 7.2 cm x length 16.2 cm

Special Features
Silver hologram foil stripe with the Royal Garuda Emblem and the numbers "1000" in Thai and Arabic, which will be seen in different reflecting colors and in various dimensions when viewed at different angles as the note is flipped back and forth.

Intaglio latent image "1000", hidden inside the Thai art design which becomes visible when the note is viewed from the lower left corner toward the middle part of the note.

The Arabic denomination numerals "1000", printed with optically variable intaglio ink (OVI), change from greenish gold and green into green when the lower edge of the note is flipped.

The "Lotus" floral design which is printed on both sides, becomes completely formed when viewing the note against a light source.


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