Greece - 1 cent 2012 (Athenian triere)
Netherlands - Complete Year Set 2012
Slovenia - 2 cents 2009 (Sovereign Enthronement Stone)
Greece - 50 lepta 1978 (Markos Botsaris)
Greece - 10 lepta 1976 (Charging bull)
1 baht = 100 satang
2 coins of 50 satang = 1 baht
4 coins of 25 satang = 1 baht
No mintmark on circulating coins
Satang: 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 / Baht: 1, 5, 10
The minting and issuance of Thai coins is the responsibility of the Treasury Department,
Ministry of Finance.
The Treasury Department organizes the production of circulation and commemorative coins and
medallions at the Royal Thai Mint. To meet the continuing increase in coin demand as well as to upgrade equipment
and integrated production methods, a new mint facility was built in a 50.4 acres site in Pathumthanl province and
was completed by the end of 1997.
The department also operates a museum of coins, medals, decorations and Royal regalia at the
Royal Decorations and Coins Devision. The division also makes a supply of coins, directly and by mail order, to
both local and overseas collectors.
The 50 satang coin of 1996 circulating coin series was specially struck to mark the 50th Anniversary
of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej's Accession to the Throne in 1996.
For further information, contact:
- The Treasury Department Rama VI Road, Bangkok 10400. Fax No: 662 273-0753.
- The Royal Thai Mint 110/7 Pradiphat Road, Phayathai, Bangkok 10400, Fax No: 662 271-1260.
- The Royal Decorations and Coins Division The Royal Grand Palace, Bangkok 10200. Fax No: 662 225-9158.