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Rattanakosin Bicentennial (1982)

 

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 Issue Name: Rattanakosin Bicentennial
 Thai Issue Name: สมโภชกรุงรัตนโกสินทร์ 200 ปี
 Issue Date: 1982/2525-04-04
 Cause: To commemorate the bicentennial of the foundation of Rattanakosin, as well as to celebrate all the rulers of the Chakri Dynasty, who reigned during the era
 Catalogue Number: 1982/3-12
 Denomination: 1.25 Baht, 1 Baht, 2 Baht, 3 Baht, 4 Baht, 5 Baht, 6 Baht, 7 Baht, 8 Baht, 9 Baht
 Unused Value: 33 Baht, 33 Baht, 33 Baht, 55 Baht, 44 Baht, 55 Baht, 55 Baht, 154 Baht, 99 Baht, 99 Baht
 Complete Set:  660 Baht (unused), 310 Baht (used)
 Thailex Collection: Unused set
 Size: 48 x 33 mm (incl. white border)
 Quantity of Stamps: 10 million pieces for design of 1.25 Baht (design 1064); 3 million pieces each for all other designs (design 1063, 1065-1072)
 Printer: John Waddington of Kirkstall Limited, England
 Subject: Aerial view of the Grand Palace and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha in the center of Rattanakosin, as well as the discus-and-trident emblem of the Royal House of Chakri (design 1064, 1.25 Baht); Rama I (design 1063, 1 Baht); Rama II (design 1065, 2 Baht); Rama III (design 1066, 3 Baht); Rama IV (design 1067, 4 Baht); Rama V (design 1068, 5 Baht); Rama VI (design 1069, 6 Baht); Rama VII (design 1070, 7 Baht); Rama VIII (design 1071, 8 Baht); and Rama IX (design 1072, 9 Baht); in addition, each stamp with a king also has that monarch's initials under Phra Maha Phichai Mongkut, i.e. the Crown of Victory, as well as some of their accomplishments, portrayed in the background
 Related Link: Rattanakosin, Bangkok, Chakri, Grand Palace, Emerald Buddha, Wat Phra Kaew, Phra Rachawang, Rama I, Rama II, Rama III, Rama IV, Rama V, Rama VI, Rama VII, Rama VIII, Rama IX