Gem, Rock, and Mineral Postage Stamps From

Official Name: Kingdom of Thailand
Alternate Name: Siam (former name)
Monetary Units: 1 Thai baht (B) or tical = 100 stangs
Location: Southeastern Asia; bordered by Andaman Sea (west); Burma/Myanmar (west and north); Laos (north and east); Cambodia (east); Gulf of Thailand and Malaysia (south).
Mineral Resources: Tin, natural gas, tungsten, tantalum, lead, gypsum, lignite, fluorite.

Thailand Scott 624 Thailand Scott 625
Corundum (var. Ruby); Quartz
Scott 624
75 stang
Corundum (var. Sapphire); Quartz
Scott 625
2 baht
Thailand Scott 626 Thailand Scott 627
Zircon; Quartz
Scott 626
4 baht
Corundum (var. Sapphire)
Scott 627
6 baht

This set of 4 stamps was issued on 7 Jun 1972.
All stamps show cut and polished gemstones and,
with the exception of Scott 627, natural, unpolished quartz crystals. Philatelic Mineralogy Copyright © 1997-2010 by Richard Busch