Philippine Banknotes English Series

(photo courtesy of Sonny Ronquillo)
One Hundred Peso Banknote
1949 English Series

Obverse: Tandang Sora (Melchora Aquino) and the Central Bank Seal
Reverse: various flags of the Katipunan

Signatures: Philippine President Elpidio Quirino and Central Bank Governor Miguel Cuaderno, Sr.

Text
Obverse:
Central Bank of the Philippines. This note is a liability of the Central Bank of the Philippines and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines. One Hundred Pesos. This note is legal tender in the Philippines for all debts, public and private. Thomas De La Rue & Co. Ltd.


Five Hundred Peso Banknote

Obverse: Manuel Roxas and Central Bank Seal
Reverse:
Former Central Bank Building
This note is signed by former Philippine President Elpidio Quirino.

Text
Obverse:
Central Bank of the Philippines, This note is a liability of the Central Bank and fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines. Five Hundred Pesos. This note is legal tender in the Philippines for all debts, public and private. Thomas De La Rue & Co. Ltd.

Reverse: Five Hundred Pesos. former Central Bank Building.


Two Hundred Peso Banknote


Obverse: Manuel Quezon and the Central Bank Seal
Reverse: the former Legislative Building

This banknote is signed by former president Elpidio Quirino.

Text
Obverse:
Central Bank of the Philippines. This note is a liability of the Central Bank of the Philippines and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines. Two Hundred Pesos. This note is legal tender in the Philippines for all debts, public and private. Thomas De La Rue & Co. Ltd.
Reverse: Legislative Building


Twenty Peso Banknote

Obverse: Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto
Reverse: Cartilla of the Katipunan, Cry of Balintawak Monument

This note is signed by President Ferdinand Marcos.

Andres Bonifacio was the founding leader of the Katipunan, the Philippine Revolutionary Movement during the Spanish Era. Emilio Jacinto was his adviser and is regarded as the Brain of the Katipunan. Emilio Jacinto wrote the Kartilya ng Katipunan. The Cry of Balintawak signaled the start of the revolution.

Text
Obverse: Central Bank of the Philippines. This note is a liability of the Central Bank and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines. This note is legal tender in the Philippines for all debts, public and private.
Reverse: Twenty Pesos. Cartilla of the Katipunan and the Balintawak Monument.



Five Peso Banknote

Obverse: Marcelo del Pilar on the left, and Graciano Lopez Jaena on the right
Reverse: La Solidaridad, "Five Pesos"

This note is signed by President Ramon Magsaysay.

The La Solidaridad which was the principal organ of the Philippine propaganda movement in Spain from February 15, 1889 to November 15, 1895.

Text: "Central Bank of the Philippines; This note is a liability of the Central Bank and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines". "This note is legal tender in the Philippines for all debts, public and private."


Half Peso Banknote
English Series - Small Denomination Currency (Scrip Notes)

Text: "Central Bank of the Philippines; This note is a liability of the Central Bank and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines". "This note is legal tender in the Philippines for all debts, public and private."

This note is signed by President Carlos Garcia.

Fifty Centavo Banknote
English Series - Small Denomination Currency (Scrip Notes)

Text: "Central Bank of the Philippines; This note is a liability of the Central Bank and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines". "This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private."

This note is signed by President Ramon Magsaysay. The reverse shows that the bill was printed by "Thomas de la rue & Company, Limited, London".



Twenty Centavo Banknote
English Series - Small Denomination Currency (Scrip Notes)

Text: "Central Bank of the Philippines; This note is a liability of the Central Bank and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines". "This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private."

This note is signed by President Carlos Garcia. The reverse shows that the bill was printed by "Thomas de la Rue & Company, Limited, London".

Ten Centavo Banknote
English Series - Small Denomination Currency (Scrip Notes)

Text: "Central Bank of the Philippines; This note is a liability of the Central Bank and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines". "This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private."

This note is signed by President Ramon Magsaysay. The reverse shows that the bill was printed by "Waterlow & Sons Limited".

Five Centavo Banknote
English Series - Small Denomination Currency (Scrip Notes)

Text: "Central Bank of the Philippines; This note is a liability of the Central Bank and is fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines". "This note is legal tender for all debts, public and private."

This note is signed by President Ramon Magsaysay. The reverse shows that the bill was printed by "Waterlow & Sons Limited".
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