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The Royal Siamese Treasury series of Siam in the World Currency contains 60 distinct entries.
The first Siamese paper money, called mai or warrants, was issued during the reign of King Rama 4 by the Royal Siamese Treasury (TRE) to replace the widely counterfeited silver currency, pod duang. Nonetheless, the paper money proved unpopular and did not circulate for long.

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  Royal Siamese Treasury Value Range Favorite
Royal Siamese Treasury Value Range  
1/8 tical (fuang) (B101a, A7a)
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1/4 tical (salung) (B102a, A8a)
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3/8 tical (salung fuang) (B103a, A9a)
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1/2 tical (2 salung) (B104a, A10a)
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5/8 tical (2 salung fuang) (B105a, PNL)
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3/4 tical (3 salung) (B106a, PNL)
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7/8 tical (3 salung fuang) (B107a, PNL)
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1 tical (B108a, A11a)
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3 tamlungs = 12 ticals (B109a, A1a)
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4 tamlungs = 16 ticals (B110a, A2a)
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5 tamlungs = 20 ticals (B111a, PNL)
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6 tamlungs = 24 ticals (B112a, A3a)
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10 tamlungs = 40 ticals (B113a, A4a)
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20 ticals (B114a, A5a)
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80 ticals (B115a, A6a)
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๒ (2 tamlungs) (B116a, PNL)
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๓ (3 tamlungs = 12 ticals) (B117a, A12a)
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๔ (4 tamlungs) (B118a, A13a)
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๕ (5 tamlungs = 20 ticals) (B119a, A14a)
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๖ 6 tamlungs (B120a, PNL)
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๗ (7 tamlungs) (B121a, A15a)
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๘ (8 tamlungs) (B122a, A16a)
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๑๐ (10 tamlungs = 40 ticals) (B123a, A17a)
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๑๒ (12 tamlungs) (B124a, A18a)
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๑๕ (15 tamlungs) (B125a, A19a)
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๑ (1 chang = 80 ticals) (B126a, A20a)
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๑ ๕ (1 chang 5 tamlungs = 100 ticals) (B127a, A21a)
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๑ ๑๐ (1 chang 10 tamlungs = 120 ticals) (B128a, A22a)
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1 att (1/64 tical) (B129a, A23a)
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1 tical (B130a, P1a)
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1 tical (B130ar1)
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1 tical (B130ar2)
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5 ticals (B131a, P2a)
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5 ticals (B131ar1)
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5 ticals (B131ar2)
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10 ticals (B132a, P3a)
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10 ticals (B132ar1)
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10 ticals (B132ar2)
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40 ticals (B133a, P4a)
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40 ticals (B133ar1)
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40 ticals (B133ar2)
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40 ticals (B133as, P4as)
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80 ticals (B134a, P5a)
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80 ticals (B134ar1)
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80 ticals (B134ar2)
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100 ticals (B135a, P6a)
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100 ticals (B135ar1)
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100 ticals (B135ar2)
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100 ticals (B135as, P6as)
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400 ticals (B136a, P7a)
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400 ticals (B136ar1)
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400 ticals (B136ar2)
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400 ticals (B136br1)
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400 ticals (B136br2)
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400 ticals (B136cr1)
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400 ticals (B136cr2)
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800 ticals (B137a, P8a)
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800 ticals (B137ar1)
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800 ticals (B137ar2)
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800 ticals (B137as, P8as)
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Greysheet Catalog Details

The Royal Siamese Treasury series of Siam in the World Currency contains 60 distinct entries.
The first Siamese paper money, called mai or warrants, was issued during the reign of King Rama 4 by the Royal Siamese Treasury (TRE) to replace the widely counterfeited silver currency, pod duang. Nonetheless, the paper money proved unpopular and did not circulate for long.

Catalog Detail