Thursday, March 3, 2011

The New Philippine Peso Bills

Ang ganda ng bagong pera ngayon ang mga bills :)
Good Job PNoy!

naalala ko tuloy yung conductor sa bus ayaw tanggapin yung P20.00 akala nya play money hehe!
amongst all I like the P20.00 , then Winner sa akin ang P500.00 Bill kasama na si Pres. Cory then yellow kung yellow! 

Spend wisely!

File:New PHP20 Banknote (Obverse).jpg

File:New PHP20 Banknote (Reverse).jpg

File:New PHP50 Banknote (Obverse).jpg

File:New PHP50 Banknote (Reverse).jpg

File:New PHP100 Banknote (Obverse).jpg

File:New PHP100 Banknote (Reverse).jpg

File:New PHP200 Banknote (Obverse).jpg

File:New PHP200 Banknote (Reverse).jpg

File:New PHP500 Banknote (Obverse).jpg

File:New PHP500 Banknote (Reverse).jpg

File:New PHP1000 Banknote (Obverse).jpg

File:New PHP1000 Banknote (Reverse).jpg

source: wikipedia

Pilipino series

Front side of the 100-peso Pilipino series banknote

[edit]Ang Bagong Lipunan series

Front side of the 100-peso "Ang Bagong Lipunan" series banknote

[edit]New Design/BSP series

Front side of the 1000-peso New Design/BSP series banknote
By 1983, the Committee was deciding the issuing of new banknotes to replace the Ang Bagong Lipunan Series by issuing seven new banknotes consisting of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500, and 1000-peso banknotes.
On June 12, 1985, the Central Bank issued the New Design Series starting with a new 5-peso banknote with the face of Emilio Aguinaldo. The following months, a new 10-peso banknote with the face of Apolinario Mabini. In early 1986, a new 20-peso banknote appeared. After the 1986 People Power Revolution and the new 1987 Constitution was promulgated, the Central Bank issued a new 50, 100- and for the second time a new 500-peso banknote with the face of Benigno Aquino, Jr.. In 1991, the Central Bank issued for the first time a new 1000-peso banknote, containing the portraits of Jose Abad SantosJosefa Llanes Escoda and Vicente Lim.
After the passage of the New Central Bank Act of 1993, the New Design Series, which was initiated in 1985, was slightly changed because of new seal of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. In 1998, the 100,000-peso Centennial banknote, measuring 8.5"x14", accredited by the Guinness Book of World Recordsas the world's largest legal tender note. It was issued in very limited quantity during the celebration of the Centennial of Philippine Independence. In 2001, the Bangko Sentral issued upgraded 1000, 500, and 100-peso banknotes with new hi-tech security features to combat counterfeiting. During the Estrada Administration, the practice in use since the Commonwealth, of reproducing the signature of the President of the Philippines over the legend "President of the Philippines" was abandoned in favor of explicitly stating the president's name. In 2002, the Bangko Sentral issued a new 200-peso banknote with the security features found on the upgraded 1000, 500, and 100-peso banknotes and has the face of former President Diosdado Macapagal. His daughter,Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, is at the back of the 200-peso banknote which showed her being sworn into office at the EDSA Shrine. She is the first president whose image has been included in a banknote while in office since emergency currency was issued by various provincial currency boards during World War II.
The series was renamed the BSP Series in 1993 when the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas was reestablished as the central monetary authority. These banknotes remains legal tender until 2013.
The New Design Series has less security features. (only the visible fibers, value panel, security thread and watermark.)
The BSP Series has added more security features such as another glossy security thread, iridescent strip, fluorescent printing, optically variable ink, and microprints.[1]

[edit]New Generation banknote series

In 2009, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas announced that it launched a massive redesign for current banknotes and coins to further enhance security features and improve durability.[2] The members of the numismatic committee include Bangko Sentral Deputy Governor Diwa Guinigundo and Dr. Ambeth Ocampo Chairman of the National Historical Institute. The new banknote design features famous Filipinos and iconic natural wonders. Philippine national symbols will be depicted on coins. The BSP started releasing the initial batch of new banknotes in December 2010 while new coins will be introduced beginning 2012. Current banknotes will remain legal tender for at least three years.
On December 16, 2010, the new design for Philippine banknotes were released.[3]

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