Philippine Banknotes Victory Series

Five Hundred Peso Banknote
images courtesy of mr.philippines of ebay.com


Obverse: Miguel Lopez de Legazpi, seal of the Philippine-American Commonwealth
Reverse: "Central Bank of the Philippines VICTORY" overprint, seal of the Philippine-American Commonwealth

Text
By authority of an act of the Philippine Legislature. Approved by the President of the United States June 13, 1922. This certifies that there has been deposited in the treasury of the Philippines Five Hundred Pesos payable to the bearer on demand; in silver pesos or in legal tender currency of the United States of equivalent value." Victory series no. 66, Treasury Certificate


Two Peso Banknote from the Victory Series

Obverse: Portrait of Jose Rizal, seal of the Philippine-American Commonwealth with overprint: "Manila, Philippines"
Reverse: "Philippines", "2 Pesos" with "Victory" overprint

Text: "By authority of an act of the Philippine Legislature, approved by the President of the United States June 13, 1922; This certifies that there has been deposited in the treasury of the; Philippines; Two Pesos; Payable to the bearer on demand; in silver pesos or in legal tender currency of the United States of equivalent value." Victory series no. 66
One Peso Banknote from the Victory Series
credits to Steve

Obverse: portrait of Apolinario Mabini, seal of the Philippine-American Commonwealth with overprint: "Manila, Philippines"
Reverse: "One Philippine Peso" with VICTORY overprint

Text reads: "By authority of an act of the Philippine Legislature, approved by the President of the United States June 13, 1922; This certifies that there has been deposited in the treasury of the; Philippines; One Peso; Payable to the bearer on demand; in silver pesos or in legal tender currency of the United States of equivalent value." Victory series no. 66, Treasury Certificate


EDIT: I found a similar banknote but it has a slightly different overprint on the reverse. This one also has "Central Bank of the Philippines".

Thanks to Leogen Tomulto for allowing me to scan his prized banknote. (I almost had to pry it off his hands.)
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