Twenty-five-satang coin

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25 satang
Thailand
Value 0.25 Thai baht
Mass 1.9 g
Diameter 16 mm
Edge Reeded
Composition 99% Fe
Cladding: 99% Cu
Years of minting 1986–present
Catalog number -
Obverse
25 satang Obverse (2009).png
Design King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Designer Wuthichai Saengngoen
Reverse
25 satang Reverse (2009).png
Design Wat Phra Mahathat Woromaha Vihan, Nakhon Si Thammarat
Designer Treasury Department

The Thailand twenty-five-satang coin is a currency unit equivalent to one-fourth of a Thai baht. It is commonly called salueng (Thai: สลึง) by Thai speakers. Salueng is the name of a historical Thai measurement, equal to one quarter of a baht or three and three quarters of a gram.

Mintages[edit]

  • 1987 ~ 5,108,000
  • 1988 ~ 42,096,000
  • 1989 ~ 58,940,000
  • 1990 ~ 81,384,000
  • 1991 ~ 45,496,380
  • 1992 ~ 71,311,000
  • 1993 ~ 236,130,000
  • 1994 ~ 102,856,000
  • 1995 ~ 17,000,000
  • 1996 ~ 185,012,523
  • 1997 ~ 85,000,000
  • 1998 ~ 140,246,000
  • 1999 ~ 10,000
  • 2000 ~ 160,098,000
  • 2001 ~ 40,010,000
  • 2002 ~ 55,312,000
  • 2003 ~ 120,198,000
  • 2004 ~ 122,750,000
  • 2005 ~ 126,162,000
  • 2006 ~ 3,000
  • 2007 ~ 300,000,000
  • 2008 (old series) ~ 255,600[1]
  • 2008 (new series) ~ 93,600,000
  • 2009 ~ 196,400,000[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Treasury Department e-catalog
  2. ^ Treasury Department e-catalog