Thailand, 20 Baht 1995 FAO

From Thailand we offer a commemorative coin which is 23 years old. The 20 Baht of 1995 was issued for the 50th anniversary of the Kings reign an interesting piece from this Far eastern country still in mourning following the death of its ruler!
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