Reverse shows the three-headed elephant with the inscription “State of Siam” and the RS date and denomination.Thiscoin was struck in RS 127 (1908), and was going to be issued in accordance with the Gold Act of 1908. Unfortunately, at the time the coin arrived Thailand , the King had passed away. The one baht of 1908 was never put into circulation, but distributed at King Chulalongkorn’s cremation. Some of the coins were made into boxes with one or two coins, and some were put in to plaques. please see photo for description ,any question please ask before place your bid.
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