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  1. I will appreciate some help here. If the owners of the above mentioned commemorative issue (100'th anniversary of the ministry of finance) can take a look and let me know if the edge is plain or vertically reeded? I bought the coin recently with the plain edge and was puzzled since I could not recall another plain edge silver issue by Thai mint. The weight - 24.9 gr by my weight - seems to match declared, diameter is 38 mm and the edge seems manufactured, not filed off. Krause omits this information in both printed and on-line editions.
  2. Hi everyone. On my trip to Bangkok in June, I bought quite a few 10Bhat commemorative coins from Chatuchak weekend market. I was charged a premium of 5Bhat per coin on average. But this being thailand, I fear that the coins may be fake. The design seems very sharp and the coins seem in a very good condition with excellent lusture (new-like). The edges are raised on both sides. Do you guys know about extent of forgery in such coins? Thanks
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