A little help on the thai coins, is the thai numbering system:
The first bi-metallic 10 baht coins are minted in 1996 (BE 2538) - พ.ศ. ๒๕๓๘
The prefix พ.ศ. is an indicator to find the date.
Y # 334
On the occasion of the F.A.O. summit in december, a commemorative 10 baht coin was minted.
|Y 334 front|
|Y 334 back|
On the back of the coin the king is depicted in a field, whilst greeted by locals
Y # 339
In order to promote and to improve rice producing, an International Rice Award is given.
This 10 baht coin shows the king with a camera (front) and a rice plant (back) - BE 2538 (1996)
|Y 339 front|
|Y 339 back|
Y # 346
This 10 baht coin commemorates the 100th anniversary of the Central General Hospital and Medicine Office.
On the front King Rama IX (Bhumibol Adulyadej), with his grandfather King Rama V (Chulalongkorn) at his back. (King Rama V was ruling at the time of the foundation fo the General Hospital). On the back side of the coin, an elephant is depicted.
|Y 346 front|
|Y 346 back|