The price was updated on 25th November 2017.
The 9th series 100 baht type 4 banknote is identical to the 100 baht type 3 banknote. But the watermark image was chaged to the portrait of King Rama 9.
Even though each type of 100 baht 9th series banknote is quite similar, the different points of the 100 baht type 4 banknote are the portrait of King Rama 9 in older of age and the serial number that is printed in black color as well as a security thread. And the watermake image is the portrait of King Rama 9.
The 100 baht type 4 banknotes were announced on 13th January 1959.
8.70 x 14.70 cm.
B 94 - B 100, C 1 - C 100, D 1 - D 100, E 1 - E 133
The main object is the image of King Rama 9 in older age in the uniform of the supreme. The middle image is the crown-top gate at temple of dawn. The serial number is printed in black color. There is a security thread. And the watermake image is the portrait of King Rama 9.
The main object is the image of the Anandasamakom throne hall.
As of January 1st, 1957 the Penal Code imposed more severe penalties for forgery of banknotes. The Bank of Thailand had the statement printed on the back of the banknotes amended to read "The penalty for forgery of banknotes is life imprisonment, or a 20-years term of imprisonment and a maximum fine of 40,000 baht".
Signatures on banknote
Minister of Finance
Mr. Serm Winitchaikul (26 Sep 1957 - 20 Oct 1958)
Mr. Chot Kunakasem (10 Feb 1959 - 1 May 1959)
Mr. Soontorn Hongladarom (1 May 1959 - 8 Jul 1965)
Mr. Serm Winitchaikul (8 Jul 1965 - 15 Oct 1973)
Governor of Bank of Thailand
Mr. Chot Kunakasem (24 Jul 1958 - 3 May 1959)
Mr. Puay Ungpakorn (11 Jun 1959 - 15 Aug 1971)
Raised ink, image watermark, security thread.