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General Post Office Building (2013)

 

stuccos of the first ever Thai postage stamp of 1 Solot and the Definitive Issue Rama V (3rd Series) of 1 At    metal cast of the Garuda at the door of the General Post Office Building

the renovated General Post Office Building

 

 Issue Name: General Post Office Building
 Thai Issue Name: อาคารที่ทำการไปรษณีย์กลาง
 Issue Date: 2013/2556-08-04
 Cause: To celebrate 130 years since the first issue of a Thai postage stamp on 4 August 1883, as well as to commemorate the inauguration of the renovated General Post Office building in Bangkok
 Catalogue Number: 2013/50-52
 Denomination: 5 Baht (all designs)
 Unused Value: 7 Baht (all designs)
 Complete Set: 21 Baht (unused), 6 Baht (used)
 Thailex Collection: Unused set
 Size: 30 x 48 mm
 Quantity of Stamps: 700,000 pieces per design
 Printer: Thai British Security Printing Public Company Limited, Thailand
 Subject: The arts of the General Post Office, depicted on a red background and with in both top corners stuccos of the Garudas (fig.), that beautify the frontal corners of the General Post Office Building in Bangkok: 1. stuccos of the first ever Thai postage stamp of 1 Solot and the Definitive Issue Rama V (3rd Series) of 1 At, both depicting King Chulalongkorn; 2. metal cast of the Garuda at the door of the General Post Office Building; 3. the renovated General Post Office Building
 Related Links: General Post Office, stucco, Garuda, Solot, At, Chulalongkorn, Rama V, Bangkok