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King Rama V - Wat Jaeng Series (1905)

           

           

 

 Issue Name: King Rama V - Wat Jaeng Series
 Thai Issue Name: รัชกาลที่ 5 ชุดวัดแจ้ง
 Issue Date: 1905/2448-12
 Cause: To use for mail purposes
 Catalogue Number: D1905/1-9
 Denomination: 1 At, 2 At, 3 At, 4 At, 5 At, 8 At, 12 At, 24 At, 1 Tical
 Unused Value: 150 Baht; 150 Baht; 250 Baht; 350 Baht; 400 Baht; 450 Baht; 600 Baht; 1,250 Baht; 1,600 Baht
 Complete Set:  5,200 Baht (unused), 900 Baht (used)
 Thailex Collection: n/a
 Size: 30 x 23 mm
 Quantity of Stamps: 3,110,000 pieces for design D1905/1; 1,310,000 pieces for design D1905/2; 610,000 pieces each for designs D1905/3 and D1905/5; 1,410,000 pieces for design D1905/4; 1,740,000 pieces for design D1905/6; 510,000 pieces for design D1905/7; 300,000 pieces for design D1905/8; 400,000 pieces for design D1905/9
 Printer: Giesecke and Devrient, Leipzig, Germany
 Subject: Portrait of King Rama V in a circular frame held by two angels, i.e. a girl and a boy, with in between them a picture of Wat Jaeng, i.e. the Temple of Dawn in Bangkok, today known as Wat Arun.
 Related Link: Rama V, Chulalongkorn, Siam, Wat Jaeng, At, Wat Arun, Bangkok, Tical