Small Coin ID Help

Catsman

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Catsman

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I am curios as to what metal was used to make this coin since it registered at 24 nickl/ring. Thanks. Catsman
 

hikeinmts

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It is from Thailand. Better hold on to it. If the government continues to implode, all Thai coins might go up
considerable. Good find!!! :thumbsup:
 

Mackaydon

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For sure, it's a Thai coin; a 'satang' if between 15 and 18mm; or a 'baht' if between 20 and 26 mm. Most of the 'satangs' are of aluminum, the 'bahts' of a copper/nickle combinations. The image is of HM King Bhumibol Adulyade (Rama IX)--in his younger days-- if the coin is dated 1946 or later.
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Catsman

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Thanks everyone ;D It is smaller than a dime. Not sure of the date. Catsman
 

Singha

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1 baht thai coin - picture of the current king who has been sitting on throne since Eisenhower
 

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