The late King Bhumibol Adulyadej is to be honoured in a new stamp collection to celebrate his seventy year tenure as the world’s longest serving monarch.
Thailand Post in conjunction with the Office of the Royal Projects Development Board will create the collection, which features six images of the King while he was working in the fields.
But this just isn’t a normal stamp collection. These will be the world’s longest stamps, measuring 17 centimetres.
The stamps will go on public sale from April 1st with a price tag of nine baht per stamp or you can purchase the set for forty-five baht.
Thai people and stamp collectors around the world are sure to show keen interest in the collection, of which nine million are set to be printed.