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Philippines new 1000 peso banknote

The 1000 Pesos P-234; B-1100 note is a stunning piece of currency with its vibrant blue color and dimensions measuring 160 x 66 mm. It is made of high-quality polymer known as GUARDIAN™, ensuring durability and longevity.

On the front of the note, one can see the majestic Philippine eagle (Pithecophega jefferyi), a rare and endangered species endemic to the Philippines. Its depiction on the note highlights the importance of conservation efforts for this critically endangered bird.

On the back of the note, the beautiful Tubbataha reefs in the Sulu Sea and a pearl oyster (Pinctada maxima) are featured. These natural wonders are significant to the Philippines and its economy.

The 1000 Pesos note comes with a shadow thread featuring repeated text 1000 BSP, providing an added layer of security against counterfeiters. The printer of the note is unknown.

There is no watermark on the note, and it bears the date 2022, with a prefix of AA and an introduction date of April/2022. The note was printed in a quantity of 500,000,000 and bears the signatures of Duterte and Diokno.

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Philippines new 5,000 peso banknote

“500th Anniversary of the Victory of Mactan”

The 5000 Piso P-229; B-1095 note is a stunning brown-colored currency, measuring 216 x 133 mm. On the front of the note, a commemorative logo featuring a young Lapulapu, an image of the battle of Mactan, the QCP logo, and the Karaoka, the large outrigger warships used by native Filipinos are depicted. These images pay homage to the rich history and culture of the Philippines.

On the back of the note, the Philippine eagle, or the Manaol, is featured. The eagle is a symbol of clear vision, freedom, and strength, embodying the ancient Visayan belief that all living creatures originated from an eagle.

The 5000 Piso note comes equipped with an array of security features, including microprints, fluorescent, magnetic, and optically variable inks, see-through images, intaglio prints, and a latent image with a concealed numerical value. These features are designed to protect against counterfeiting and ensure the authenticity of the note.

The Security Plant Complex of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (Philippines) – SPCP, printed the note. The date of issuance is 2021, and it bears the signatures of Rodrigo Roa Duterte and Benjamin E. Diokno.

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