King Rama IX 2nd Series – Thailand #293 (1955)

Thailand #293 (1955)
Thailand #293 (1955)

The Second Series of definitive stamps that Thailand released bearing the portrait of His Majesty the late Bhumibol Adulyadej, King Rama IX the Great, began appearing on February 15, 1951 (Scott #283-295). In all, fourteen stamps in the set were issued between then and February 1, 1960, printed by Warerlow & Sons Ltd. and perforated either 12½ or 13×12½. The issue dates were:

  • February 15, 1951:  25 satang carmine; 47,000,000 printed (Scott #286)
  • June 4, 1951:  5 satang rose violet; 8,000,000 printed (Scott #283)
  • June 4, 1951:  10 satang deep green; 13,000,000 printed (Scott #284)
  • June 4, 1951:  1 baht deep blue blue; 4,000,000 printed (Scott #288)
  • December 1, 1951:  2 baht dull blue green; 2,500,000 printed (Scott #291)
  • December 1, 1951:  3 baht gray; 3,900,000 printed (Scott #292)
  • February 15, 1952:  15 satang red brown; 7,000,000 printed (Scott #285)
  • September 1, 1953:  1.15 baht deep blue; 2,000,000 printed (Scott #289)
  • October 1, 1954:  1.25 baht orange brown; 4,000,000 printed (Scott #290)
  • February 1, 1955:  5 baht aquamarine & red; 2,800,000 printed (Scott #293)
  • February 1, 1955:  10 baht black brown & violet; 1,000,000 printed (Scott #294)
  • February 1, 1955:  20 baht gray & olive; 500,000 printed (Scott #295)
  • October 15, 1956:  50 satang gray olive’ 5,000,000 printed (Scott #287)
  • February 1, 1960:  20 satang chocolate; 6,000,000 printed (Scott #285A)
King Rama IX 2nd Series
Scott #284, 285, 286, 287, 288, 292)

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