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 Commemorative Banknote on the Auspicious Occasion of Her Majesty the Queen's 6th Cycle Birthday Anniversary 12th August 2004

ธนบัตรที่ระลึกเฉลิมพระชนม์พรรษา ๖ รอบ สมเด็จพระนางเจ้าพระบรมราชินีนาถ
ธนบัตรที่ระลึกเฉลิมพระชนม์พรรษา ๖ รอบ สมเด็จพระนางเจ้าพระบรมราชินีนาถ
Date of Issued
August 4, 2004
7.2 x 16.2 centimeters
Code & Serial number
  run from 9Tor 0000001 - 9Tor 7299999

          To celebrate the auspicious occasion of Her Majesty the Queen's 6th cycle birthday anniversary August 12th, 2004, and to honour Her Majesty's kindness in dedicating not only her physical and mental energy but also her personal funds for the well-being of the nation and her people, the Bank of Thailand takes this opportunity to issue the 100 Baht commemorative banknote to express highest gratitude to our Queen. The proceeds, after reduction of face value and cost, will be present for her royal cause.

          Throughout the 54 years as the Queen, Her Majesty has been at King's side to perform royal duties, constantly provideing moral support and tirelessly sharing all the royal responsibility. Many royal projects were launched by Her Majesty to relieve hardship of the people as well as to improve their standard of living. Under Her Majesty's royal patronage and chairmanship, Foundation for the Promotion of Supplementary Occupations and Related Techniques, or SUPPORT, was founded. Many SUPPORT project centres were also set up throughout the country to provide training in artworks and handicrafts such as nielloware, gold and silver handicrafts, 'yan lipao' baskettry, and cloth-weaving namely Silk, Chok and Phrae Wa. Moreover, Her Majesty also pays special attention to the quality of SUPPORT products, Her Majesty also promotes the SUPPORT handicrafts both at home and aboard, thus helping to supplement farmer's basic income as well as preserving the Thai cultural heritage.

          Anothe major royal duty is preservation and development of natural resources and environment. Her Majesty initiated many projects such as the "Forest-;Loves-Water" Project and the "Little House in the Big Forest" Project to rehabilitate deteriorated forests and conserve wild animals as well as to provide land and occupations for impoverished farmers. Other royal projects include the setting up of research stations for breeding wild animals and marine turtles of various species.

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