The price was updated on 17th November 2017
The printing of banknotes, 13th Series, was intended to commemorate the Bicentenial celebration of Bangkok city in 1982, using vignetters of significant historic events of Bangkok as main subjects on the back of banknotes.
However the printing could not be completed on time in 1982 even though the printing process were operated at full capacity. The printing of 50 baht denomination had to be delayed until a new printing press was installed in 1985.
This 50 baht banknote was the first denominations of the 13th series banknotes. Bank of Thailand issued this type of banknotes on September 20th, 1985.
The majority design of the banknote also be used in 2 next coming commemorative bankntes as follow;
7.20 x 14.40 cm.
The main color of the banknote is blue. The main object is the image of King Rama 9 in the uniform of the Supreme Commander.
The main object is the image of the statue of King Rama 7. The left side is the Anandasamakom throne hall.
Signatures on banknote
Minister of Finance
Mr. Sommai Hoontrakoon (7 May 1983 - 10 Aug 1986)
Mr. Sutee Singsaneh (11 Aug 1986 - 8 Aug 1988)
Mr. Pramuan Sapawasu (9 Aug 1988 - 26 Aug 1990)
Mr. Weerapong Ramangkura (26 Aug 1990 - 13 Dec 1990)
Mr. Banharn Silapa-acha (14 Dec 1990 - 23 Feb 1991)
Mr. Tharin Nimmanhemin (28 Sep 1992 - 17 Jul 1995)
Governor of Bank of Thailand
Mr. Kamjorn Satirakul (14 Sep 1984 - 5 Mar 1990)
Mr. Chawalit Tanachanan (6 Mar 1990 - 30 Sep 1990)
Mr. Wijit Supinit (1 Oct 1990 - 1 Jul 1996)
Raised ink, image watermark, security thread.