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Order of the Crown of Thailand
The Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand
Knight Grand Cordon of the Order of the Crown of Thailand, 160th Anniversary of the Royal Thai Mint Exhibition, Royal Thai Mint.jpg
Knight Grand Cordon (Special Class) of the Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand
Awarded by
Garuda Emblem of Thailand (Broad wings).svg
the King of Thailand
TypeMilitary and Civilian Order
EligibilityMilitary, Civilians, Foreign diplomats
StatusCurrently constituted
SovereignKing Vajiralongkorn
GradesKnight/Dame Grand Cordon, Special Class
Knight/Dame Grand Cordon
Knight/Dame Grand Officer
Knight/Dame Commander
Knight/Dame Officer
Knight/Dame
Gold Medal
Silver Medal
Former grades4 until 1902, 6 until 1918
Statistics
First induction1869
Precedence
Next (higher)Order of the White Elephant
Next (lower)Order of the Direkgunabhorn
Order of the Crown of Thailand - Special Class (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Ribbon bar of the Knight Grand Cordon (Special Class) Order of the Crown of Thailand

The Most Noble Order of the Crown of Thailand (Thai: ; RTGSKhrueang Ratcha-itsariyaphon An Mi Kiattiyot Ying Mongkut Thai) is a Thai order, established in 1869 by King Rama V of The Kingdom of Siam (now Thailand) for Thais, the royal family, governmental employees, and foreign dignitaries for their outstanding services to the Kingdom of Thailand. The order originally had seven classes. The special class was added by King Rama VI in 1918. Formerly called The Most Noble Order of the Crown of Siam.

Classes

The Order consists of eight classes:

Ribbon Class Name Postnominals Old name[1] Date Order of precedence[2]
Order of the Crown of Thailand - Special Class (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Knight Grand Cordon
(Special Class)

(Maha Vajira Mongkut)
KGCT - 30 December 1918 9
Order of the Crown of Thailand - 1st Class (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Knight Grand Cross
(First Class)

(Prathamabhorn Mongkut Thai)
GCCT
(Maha Surabhorn)
1869 11
Order of the Crown of Thailand - 2nd Class (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Knight Commander
(Second Class)
?
(Dvitiyabhorn Mongkut Thai)
KCT
(Chulasurabhorn)
1869 16
Order of the Crown of Thailand - 3rd Class (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Commander
(Third Class)

(Tritabhorn Mongkut Thai)
CCT ?
(Mandanabhorn)
1869 24
Order of the Crown of Thailand - 4th Class (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Companion
(Fourth Class)
?
(Chatturathaphon Mongkut Thai)
OCT
(Bhadrabhorn)
1869 29
Order of the Crown of Thailand - 5th Class (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Member
(Fifth Class)

(Benchamaphon Mongkut Thai)
MCT
(Vichitrabhorn)
1869 34
Order of the Crown of Thailand - Medal (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Gold Medalist
(Sixth Class)

(Rian Thong Mongkut Thai)
GMCT - 20 July 1902 53
Order of the Crown of Thailand - Medal (Thailand) ribbon.svg
Silver Medalist
(Seventh Class)

(Rian Ngoen Mongkut Thai)
SMCT - 20 July 1902 56

Gallery

Old designs

Current designs

Selected recipients

First Class

References

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  3. ^ Oblas, Peter (1972). "Treaty Revision and the Role of the American Foreign Affairs Adviser 1909-1925" (free). Journal of the Siam Society. Siam Heritage Trust. JSS Vol. 60.1 (digital): image 4. Retrieved 2013. In the course of his service, Sayre was awarded the Grand Cross of the Crown of Siam. The title of Phya Kalyanamaitri was also bestowed upon him. 13) Francis B. Sayre, Glad Adventure (New York: MacMillan, 1957), p. 105.
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