PMG Registry News
Posted on 11/17/2015
The new, commemorative 50-baht note follows the recent release of a new 1,000-baht commemorative note. The Bank of Thailand describes this 1,000-baht note, Series 16: "The design is to glorify His Majesty King Chulalongkorn for his incomparable contributions to the country." This new note has enhanced security features to promote authentication by machine and by the general public. These features include color-shifting ink with a latent image, iridescent ink, a hologram foil stripe, and others. The color and the size, however, remain the same. The 1,000-baht note follows quickly on the heels of a new commemorative 20-baht note and 100-baht note, as well.
Look for these new notes to be added to the Thailand Commemorative Registry soon! The PMG Registry is part of our continued commitment to expert, impartial grading, state-of-the-art encapsulation, collecting resources and the highest standards of integrity. Our PMG grading team has been working diligently on the influx of notes submitted from a variety of countries. We are excited and honored to receive so many submissions at our shows around the world and also here at our home offices.
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