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`Anuson nuang ngan phraratchathan phloeng sop Nai Phonsak Si`orathaikun na men Susan Luang Wat Thepsirinthrawat, Wan`athit th 21 Phrutsachikayon 2536 = In remembrance of the Royal-Sponsored cremation ceremony of the late Mr Pornsak Sriorathaikul at Susarn Luang Crematorium Wat Tepsirintraavas Temple, Sunday 21st November 1993
Bib ID 157021
Format BookBook
Description [Bangkok : Borisat Biuti Chem, 2536 [1993] 
128 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm. 
Notes

Cover title: Phinit phit phloi.

Bibliography: (p. 126).

Subjects Phonsak Si`orathaikun, - 1942-1993.  |  Gems - Thailand.  |  Precious stones - Thailand.  |  Businessmen - Thailand - Biography.  |  Jewelers - Thailand - Biography.
Other authors/contributors Phonsak Si`orathaikun, 1942-1993
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Phinit phit phloi

In remembrance of the Royal-sponsored cremation ceremony of the late Mr Pornsak Sriorathaikul

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