Fifty-satang coin

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2 salung
Thailand
Value 0.50 Thai baht
Mass 2.4 g
Diameter 18 mm
Edge Reed
Composition Copper-plated-steel
core: 99% Fe
cladding: 99% Cu
Years of minting 1986–Present
Catalog number -
Obverse
50 satang obverse (2008).png
Design King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Designer Supab Aun-aree
Design date 2008
Reverse
50 satang reverse (2008).png
Design Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep, Chiang Mai
Designer Paithoon Na Chiangmai
Design date 2008

The Thailand fifty-satang coin is currency unit equivalent to one-half of a Thai baht. It is also called สองสลึง (song salueng - "two salueng" while สลึง salueng is used to describe the 25-satang coin).

In 2008, fifty satang coin was minted both old aluminium series bronze and new copper series.

Mintages[edit]

  • 1987 ~ 1,000
  • 1988 ~ 23,775,000
  • 1989 ~ 57,969,000
  • 1990 ~ 92,960,000
  • 1991 ~ 4,660,380
  • 1992 ~ 105,451,000
  • 1993 ~ 36,296,000
  • 1994 ~ 161,172,000
  • 1995 ~ 147,670,000
  • 1996 ~ 30,840,000
  • 1997 ~ 58,336,000
  • 1998 ~ 100,444,000
  • 1999 ~ 73,379,700
  • 2000 ~ 90,760,000
  • 2001 ~ 105,660,000
  • 2002 ~ 109,594,000
  • 2003 ~ 101,210,000
  • 2004 ~ 36,396,000
  • 2005 ~ 109,520,000
  • 2006 ~ 141,603,000
  • 2007 ~ 45,300,000
  • 2008 (old series) ~ 40,922,709[1]
  • 2008 (new series) ~ 78,600,000
  • 2009 ~ 171,400,000[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Treasury Department's E-catalog
  2. ^ Treasury Department's E-catalog