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||Modernity of the Monetary System
The Royal Thai Mint was established in the reign of King Mongkut or Rama IV. The King considered that siam had to open itself to trade with Europeans and the country had to be improved and updated in all respects. For this reason, the production of money was modernized and coins were issued in accordance with the Western way. This was the beginning of the establishment of the Royal Thai Mint in 1860.
Design 1: Illustrating the front side of the first hand-hammered round flat coin and Sitthikarn Mint, the first Mint of Thailand, painted in the background
Design 2: Illustrating the back side of the first hand-hammered round flat coin and Royal Thai Mint, the present Mint of Thailand, painted in the background
Quantity of stamps: 700,000 pieces per design
Composition: 10 stamps per sheet (mixed)
Printing Process: Lithography Multi-colour together with embossing technique and foil hot stamp on mint coin.
Designer: Thaneth Ponchaiwong (Thailand Post Company Limited)
Souvenir Sheet Price: 20 Baht
Quantity of S/Sheet: 1X0,000 Sheets
FDC Price: 18 Baht
Quantity of FDC: 1X,000 covers