5 Piso Lorenzo Ruis

5 Piso (Lorenzo Ruis) -  obverse5 Piso (Lorenzo Ruis) -  reverse

Obverse © BMPJ

Features

Country Philippines
Issuing bank Central Bank of the Philippines
Period Republic (1946-date)
Type Commemorative note
Year 1987
Value 5 Piso (5 PHP)
Currency Piso (1967-date)
Composition Paper (90% Cotton, 10% Linen)
Size 160 × 66 mm
Demonetized 12-30-2017
Number N# 213211
Numista (https://numista.com)
References P# 176
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
And 2 more volumes.

Commemorative issue

Canonization of San Lorenzo Ruis

Obverse

Portrait of the First President of the Philippines, Emilio Aguinaldo; historical marker in the Barasoain Church (indicating the foundation of the First Philippine Republic, which Aguinaldo became its president) as designated by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines, cannon. Commemorative overprint at left

Lettering:
REPUBLIKA NG PILIPINAS
ANG SALAPING ITO AY BAYARIN NG BANGKO SENTRAL AT PINANANAGUTAN NG REPUBLIKA NG PILIPINAS
5
LIMANG PISO

Translation:
Republic of the Philippines
This bill is a debt of the central bank and a responsibility of the Republic of the Philippines.
5
Five Pesos

Reverse

Declaration of Philippine Independence of June 12, 1898

Lettering:
PAGPAPHAYAG NG KASARINLAN NG PILIPINAS NOONG HUNYO 12, 1898
5
LIMANG PISO

Translation:
Declaration of the Independence of the Philippines on June 12, 1898
Five Pesos

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Date No. printed VG F VF XF AU UNC Frequency
1987-Oct-18  10 000 000 100% P#176a
1987-Oct-18  0% P#176b Uncut sheet of 8 in special folder

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