Royal Thai Mint

The Bureau of Royal Thai Mint, (Thai: สำนักกษาปณ์), is situated in Pathum Thani, Thailand. It is a sub-division of the Treasury Department, Ministry of Finance.

Royal Thai Mint
Typesub-division of the Treasury Department
IndustryCoin and medal production
Area served
Key people
Somluck Tungnaikunnatham
ProductsThai coins, medals and Royal Thai orders and decorations
OwnerMinistry of Finance
Number of employees


The first mint was established in 1860, inside the Grand Palace, as "โรงกระสาปน์สิทธิการ". Because of limited space, the mint was moved to the new building in 1875 (where Wat Phra Kaew Museum is located today). Then it was moved to Chaofah road in 1902 (where the National Gallery is located today), to Padipat road in 1972 and to the present mint in 2002. The mint at Pathum Thani was officially opened by Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn on July 2, 2003.[1]

The Royal Thai Mint is responsible for the production of Thai coins, medals and Royal Thai orders and decorations.[2]

The coin distributor is responsible of the Bureau of Monetary Management.

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  1. ^ "มีโรงกษาปณ์ในไทย ทำไมต้องจ้างต่างชาติผลิต". BBC News ไทย.
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Coordinates: 14°0′35.22″N 100°37′3.33″E / 14.0097833°N 100.6175917°E / 14.0097833; 100.6175917