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Tuesday, September 17, 2013

60 Baht Currency Note

How many of you can say that you have seen a currency note that had a value of 60 attached to it? We have all seen 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 and even bigger, but a currency denomination like 60 is very rare. Well, this was the first time I saw such a note at the Ban Dong Krathong Yam village, located in Eastern Thailand where it was showcased in their museum.

60 Thai Baht Currency Note
Apparently, this note was not in active circulation, but was only printed and released to commemorate the King’s 60th birthday. A special gesture it was and the end result was a even more special currency note. Have you come across such a rare currency denomination ever during your travels?

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