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  General Post Office stucco of stamp Rama V

 

Thailand

A stucco inside the General Post Office in Bangkok (fig.), depicting a Thai postage stamp of King Chulalongkorn (fig.), with a face value of 2 At and of which 1,310,000 pieces were issued in December 1905, as part of a set of fourteen stamps, known as the Rama V (4th Series), titled Wat Jaeng, the former name of Wat Arun, i.e. the Temple of Dawn (fig.), which is visible underneath the image of King Rama V.

See also POSTAGE STAMPS.