Philippine Guerilla Note Series


Five Peso Guerilla Note
Series of 1943



Text reads: "Philippine National Bank; Emergency Circulating Note of 1943; Issued by authority if the President of the Philippines'


"The Philippine National Bank will pay the bearer on demand FIVE PESOS in lawful currency of the Philippines; Iloilo Currency Committee."

The seal featuring an eagle on top of the Philippine coat of arms is stamped with "City of Iloilo; Feb 22, 1943".

The reverse reads "Philippine National Bank; Iloilo City, Philippines; Feb. 22, 1943; Emergency Circulating Note"
Text reads: "Philippine National Bank Emergency Circulating Note of 1941'

"Issued by the Cebu Currency Committee by authority of the President of the Philippines of December 29, 1941. The Philippine National Bank will pay to the bearer on demand ONE PESO'

"One Peso has been deposited in the treasury of the Philippines for the redemption of this certificate."

 

One Peso Emergency Guerilla Note
Series of 1944

The text reads:

"Issued by authority of the President of the Philippines. This certifies that the Commonwealth of the Philippines will redeem this certificate at face value upon termination of emergency."


"Payable to the bearer on demand in Silver Pesos or in legal tender currency of the Negros Emergency Currency Board."

The green seal features an eagle on top of the Philippine coat of arms with text, "Commonwealth of the Philippines" and
"United States of America".
 


One Peso emergency circulating note of 1942 with President Manuel Quezon's bust. Issued by authority of the President of the Philippines on January 20, 1942 by the Negros Occidental Provincial Currency Committee. Printed in the City of Bacolod January 26, 1942.

10 Centavo Bohol Emergency Banknote (1942 series)

Text
Obverse: The Commonwealth of the Philippines will Pay to the bearer on demand 10 Centavos in lawful currency of the Philippines. Bohol Emergency Currency Board. Series of 1942. Actg. Prov. Treas. - Prov. Auditor - Prov. Fiscal.
Reverse: Issued by the Bohol Emergency Currency Board, Tagbilaran, Bohol, Philippines. Ten Centavos.

Five Centavos Mountain Province Emergency Note

Text
Obverse:
Mountain Province Emergency Note. This Certifies that there has been deposited in the Philippine National Bank the equivalent of five centavos payable to bearer on demand. N.S. Vergara, Provincial Treasurer. Countersigned June 1943, Mun. Dist. Treasurer (overprint).
Reverse: Five Centavos. Mountain Province Emergency Note. This note is issued under the authority of the Provincial Board of the Mountain Province during this emergency and is only good and negotiable within said province. Not valid unless signed by the Provincial Governor and Provincial Treasurer and countersigned by the Provincial Auditor and sealed with the official seal of the Mountain Province.
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