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1957 - 1987 Thailand Siam 25 Satang coin pendant Thai temple Bangkok Siamese Airavata elephant Indra Indochinese Wat Chaiwatthanaram n001496

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Thailand 25 Satang 1L

Rama IX

พ.ศ.๒๕๐๐ (struck without date change from 2500 (1957) to 2530/1987)

front: Royal Coat of Arms of siam Sayam
Phra Ratcha Lanchakon Pracham Phaen Din Sayam

๕๐ สต.

back: Profile of King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX)
Lettering: ภูมิพลอดุลยเดช รัชกาลที่๙

Royal Coat of Arms of the Kingdom of Siam 1873 to 1910. Description from Emblem of Thailand.
Shield depicting the three-headed elephant (Erawan) of Siam, the White Elephant (Lan Xang) of Laos and the Krises of Malaya.
Crowned by the Great Crown of Victory (rays of light from behind), Behind the shield are the crossed Sword of Victory (left), Royal Staff (right), Royal Fan (right) and Flywisk (left). The shield is surrounded on two sides by two seven-tiered Royal Umbrellas. On the compartments are two Royal Slippers. All, composing the six Royal Regalia of Siam.
the Mantle is the cloak (with pink ribbons) of the Order of the Chula Chom Klao, the order around the shield is the Order of the Nine Gems with Chula Chomklao chain and pendant (with a portrait of King Rama V on it).
Motto on green and red ribbon reads: "สพฺเพสํ สงฺฆภูตานํ สามคฺคี วุฑฺฒิ สาธิกา" (Pali written in Thai alphabet) ("Sabbesam Sanghabhutānam Sāmaggī Vuḍḍhi Sādhiga") or "Unity brings happiness".
Supported by a Kojasiha; a lion with elephant trunk (dexter), and a Rajasiha; a lion (sinister), representing Kalahom and Mahathai, respectively.

• quantity 1
• demonetized (no longer in circulation) polished Aluminum-bronze coin
• diameter: 20.5 mm
• weight: 2.5 g

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