Paper Money Book

Introducing the 20 Baht banknote, P-142; B-200, with a monetary equivalence of US$0.63 or €0.54. Measuring 138 x 72 mm, its emerald green hue radiates a sense of prosperity. Crafted on the substrate known as Guardian, this note bears an air of resilience.

On the front, a commanding presence emerges – none other than King Rama X Maha Vajiralongkorn Bodindradebayavarangkun, adorned in the dignified uniform of the Royal Thai Air Force. This portrayal embodies the fusion of leadership and national pride.

Flipping the note reveals a tableau of history. Kings Rama I Phra Buddha Yodfa Chulalok and Rama II Phrabat Somdet Phra Phutthaloetla Naphalai stand united, reflecting the nation’s rich legacy. Guarding this treasure trove of art and history is a security thread, meticulously windowed and demetalized with the emblematic “20 baht,” thwarting any attempts at forgery.

The prestigious Note Printing Works of the Bank of Thailand takes credit for bringing this masterpiece to life. The security thread, solid and demetalized, stands as an unyielding fortress against counterfeit endeavors. Prefixes ranging from 0B to 9B usher in a sense of variety and continuity, while the dark numeral “20” gazes boldly from the look-through field.

CCL Secure’s GUARDIAN™ article.

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