The price was updated on 5th December 2017
The 8th series 100 baht banknotes were printed from USA after the end of world war 2. The paper used was that used for banknotes that were used by the US army as currency in the areas under their control in Europe at the end of the war. The paper had a watermark "MILITARY AUTHORITY". After supplies of this watermarked paper were exhausted, plain paper were used. To make it easy to verify and prevent forgery, Arabic numerals from 1-50 were printed in black ink at the lower right and upper left corners on the front.
The 8th series 100 baht banknotes were announced on 14th November 1946.
6.60 x 15.60 cm.
Serial code and number
E 00000001 A - E 11000000 A
The main object is the image of King Rama 8 on the left. The middle image is Phra Patomjedi. The serial code and number were the same as American banknotes that is an alphabetical letter before and after an 8-digit number.
The main object is the constitution on the pedestal tray.
Signatures on banknote
Minister of Finance
Mr. Wijit Lulitanon (24 Aug 1946 - 8 Nov 1947)
H.H. Prince Wiwatchai 11 Nov 1947 - 8 Apr 1948)
Governor of Bank of Thailand
Mr. Serm Winitchaikul (17 Oct 1946 - 24 Nov 1947)
Mr. Leng Srisomwong (25 Nov 1947 - 2 Sep 1948)
Watermark, verified number.