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  General Post Office stucco of stamp Rama V

 

Thailand

A stucco inside the General Post Office (fig.) in Bangkok, depicting a Thai postage stamp of King Chulalongkorn (fig.), with a face value of 1 At and of which 1,500,000 pieces were issued between September 1899 and January 1904, as part of a set of sixteen stamps, known as the Rama V (3rd Series).

See also POSTAGE STAMPS.