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 10th Series Thai banknotes


          100 Baht banknotes, the only one type of banknote of 10th Series, due to 100 Baht banknotes, of 9th Series that issued from 1947-1957, printed only in red, were heavily counterfeited, so the Ministry of Finance decided to issue a new series of multi colored 100 Baht with an intaglio printed portrait in dark blue and embeded with security thread printed with microlettering Thailand at intervals as to make counterfeiting more difficult.

100 Baht Thai banknote 10th Series front side ธนบัตรไทย ๑๐๐ บาท แบบ ๑๐ ด้านหน้า
100 Baht Thai banknote 10th Series back side  ธนบัตรไทย ๑๐๐ บาท แบบ ๑๐ ด้านหลัง
 
Date of Issued
May 16, 1968
 
Size
8.7 x 14.5 centimeters
 
Code & Serial number
run from B1 - B493
Minister of Finance's signatures
Bank of Thailand governor's signatures
Minister of Finance signature on banknotes   Bank of Thailand governor signature on banknotes Puay Ungpakorn
Minister of Finance signature on banknotes   Pisud Nimmahemin

          The banknotes of 10 Series, were printed by Thomas de la Rue and only 100 Baht denomination was issued. The front bears a portrait of King Rama IX in the uniform of the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces. The principal subject on the back depicts the Suphannahongs Royal Barge.

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