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Banknotes > History and Series of Banknotes > Banknotes, Series 2
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  Banknotes, Series 2 
The design was printed on both sides. The guilloche design in the center with twelve rays was printed on the front side, while on the back side was the picture of the Royal Ploughing Ceremony. This type of banknote was called "Ploughing Ceremony Note". There were 6 denominations : 1, 5, 10, 20,100 and 1000 baht. Each denomination had two types which were printed by Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited, England. This Series was first used in 1925 during the reign of King Rama VI and lasted until the reign of King Rama VII.     


Type I :  The legend stating  "Promise to pay the bearer on demand in Siamese currency"


Type II : The legend changing to " This note is legal tender in accordance weith the law"

                                                

Series 1  Series 3  Series 4 (Thomas)  Series 4 (Royal Thai Survey Department)  Series 5

Series 6  Special Series  Series 7  Series 8  Series 9  Series 10  Series 11  Series 12

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