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Banknotes from Philippines

The Philippines are an island nation in East Asia between the South Chinese Sea and the Pacific Ocean. It consists of more than 7000 islands with a total population of just over 100 million.
Wikidata: Q928

See also: United States

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10 Pesos (Iloilo)
1942

Local banknote
160 × 72 mm

Peso (1857-1967)

100 Céntimos/Centavos = 1 Peso

Available for swap 1 Centavo (Japanese Occupation)
(1942)

Standard banknote
94 × 45 mm
P# 102
5 Centavos (Cebu)
1941

Local banknote
P# S211
5 Centavos (Iloilo)
1941

Local banknote
117 × 55 mm
P# S301
5 Centavos (Apayao)
(1942)

Local banknote
P# S101
Available for swap 5 Centavos (Japanese Occupation)
(1942)

Standard banknote
100 × 48 mm
P# 103, JNDA# 13-84
5 Centavos (Cagayan)
(1942)

Local banknote
78 × 43 mm
P# S178
5 Centavos (Negros Occidental)
1942

Local banknote
124 × 63 mm
P# S640, P# S641
5 Centavos (Mindanao)
1943-1945

Local banknote
P# S481, P# S491, P# S501, P# S511, P# S531
5 Centavos (Security Banknote Co.)
(1949)

Standard banknote
108 × 55 mm
P# 125
Available for swap 5 Centavos (Waterlow & Sons)
(1949)

Standard banknote
108 × 55 mm
P# 126
10 Centavos (Iloilo)
1941

Local banknote
P# S302
10 Centavos (Apayao)
(1942)

Local banknote
P# S103
Available for swap 10 Centavos (Japanese Occupation)
(1942)

Standard banknote
105 × 51.5 mm
P# 104
10 Centavos (Bohol)
1942

Local banknote
119 × 62 mm
P# S131
10 Centavos (Cagayan)
(1942)

Local banknote
77 × 43 mm
P# S180
10 Centavos (Mountain Province)
1942

Local banknote
111 × 70 mm
P# S592

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is allexis.

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