100 Thai Baht banknote (Young King Rama IX)
The Bank of Thailand issued Thai Baht banknotes in 13 different denominations,
including this 100 Thai Baht banknote (Young King Rama IX). They are part of the withdrawn Thai Baht banknotes series. The Bank of Thailand started issuing
these 100 Thai Baht banknotes in 1972. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1994.
This 100 baht note depicts a young Rama IX, who was King of Thailand and the ninth monarch from the Chakri dynasty. The reverse of this banknote shows Wat Phra Kaew, the Temple of the Emerald Buddha within the Grand Palace in Bangkok.
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