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Banknotes > History and Series of Banknotes > Banknotes, Series 14
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  Banknotes, Series 14 

Banknotes, 14th Series, were designed with an aim to make known of the activities of the Chakri Dynasty Kings in terms of their contributions to the development of the country in various sectors. Their dominant characteristics lie in the supplementary elements on the back of the banknote. The notes were issued in three denominations : 100 Baht, 500 Baht and 1000 Baht.

 

 Front The portrait of King Rama IX in the uniform of the Supreme Commander
 Back The monument of Their Majesties King Rama V and King Rama VI at Chulalongkorn University and Thai education in the olden days
 Size 72 x 150 mm
 Notification Date September 29, 1994
 Issue Date October 20,  1994

 

 Front The portrait of King Rama IX in the uniform of the Supreme Commander
 Back The monument of King Rama I at the Kaenchan Hill in Ratchaburi and the monument of King Rama II at Ampawan Chetiyaram Temple in Samutsongkram
 Size 72 x 156 mm
 Notification Date February 28, 1996
 Issue Date May 3, 1996

 

 Front The portrait of King Rama IX in the uniform of the Supreme Commander
 Back Their majesties' royal visit to the construction site of a dam and a reservoir at Baan Bakong in Narathiwat
 Size 80 x 166 mm
 Notification Date June 30, 1992
 Issue Date August 10, 1992

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Series 5   Series 6   Special Series   Series 7  Series 8  Series 9  Series 10  Series 11

Series 12  Series 13  Series 15  Series 16



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