Portrait of HM the King over the background pattern printed with metallic gold ink. The silver foil bearing the inscription of HM the King's initials "BHOR POR ROR", on December 5, 2011, the Royal Garuda symbol and the Thai design.
Arabic denomination numerals print with the gold-to-green color shifting ink. A horizontal bright gold bar that moves vertically along the denomination numerals becomes viewable when the banknote is tilted. This unique feature is incorporated in a Thai banknote for the first time.
The banknote bears a unique Thai 7-digit serial number, preceded by Thai prefixes representing the ninth monarch of the Chakri Dynasty.
Issue date: December 2, 2011.
Size of banknote 84 by 162 mm.
VERSO OF THE NOTE:
Portrait of HM the King during his visit to MAE ROEM RESERVOIR PROJECT. The royal activities are demonstrated by image of the King visiting the Thai people to ease suffering and bring happiness to them and the image of the King planting an experimental plot of vetiver grass, which signifies his contribution to soil conservation. The images of KWAI NOI BAMRUNG DAM in Phitsanulok Province and Chaipattana Low Speed Surface Aerator represent the royal activities regarding water resources development and management.
The talent HM the King had on the saxophone is portrayed by the image of him playing instrument and in the tune composed by the King that is played by winding a handle under the bass of the model of a saxophone. The banknote is displayed in a attractive hard shell decorative frame. The final scene on the banknote is of aircrafts in royal rainmaking operation employing a distinctive cloud-seeding technique called " Super Sandwich" representing the King's talent in science and technology.
The housing for the winding music apparatus has been repaired and the music plays without impediment.
Accompanied by a full color descriptive folding portfolio .