B1062 (P212B): 100 piso (pesos) (demonetized 30.06.2017) Purple and blue. Front: Black UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES COLLEGE OF LAW 1911-2011 overprint; Filipino text; Manuel Acuña Roxas; Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas seal; Roxas lowering United States flag and raising Philippines flag on 4 July 1946 in Manila’s a. 2011.
According to a Manila Bulletin article dated 23 March 2011, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) is reordering new 500-peso (US$11.50) and 1,000-peso (US$23) notes from Oberthur Technologies. The first order was for 20-peso, 50-peso, 100-peso, and 200-peso notes, of which only a small number have been issued since their introduction
B1077 (P206): 20 piso (pesos) (withdrawn 00.12.2019) Orange. Front: Filipino text; Filipino as the National Language 1935; Manuel Luis Quezón; seal of Philippine president; Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas seal; Malacañang Palace (presidential residence) and Pasig River in San Miguel, Manila. Back: English and Filipino text; map; palm civet (Paradoxurus Hermaphroditus
Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas issued this commemorative 200-peso note, as well as and gold and silver medals, to celebrate the University of Santo Tomas’s 400th anniversary. The central bank issued 10 million legal tender notes and 400 commemorative medals with no monetary value. The commemorative notes feature the Quadricentennial logo
Here’s an interesting article in the 1 January 2011 issue of the Philippine Daily Inquirer by Daxim Lucas entitled “The peso’s makeover from an insider’s view.”
According to a number of sources, the new notes introduced by the Philippines on 16 December 2010 are rife with errors. The back of the 500-peso note features a rare native bird, the blue-naped parrot, with its red beak incorrectly rendered in yellow and the tail feathers underneath colored green
On 26 November 2010, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) started issuing banknotes with the signature of President Benigno S. C. Aquino III, ahead of December’s launch of redesigned note series. The bank stopped producing notes with the signature of former President Gloria Macapagal Arroyo when Aquino assumed office last