Tag Archives: Banking

Kababaihan para sa kaunlaran

Kababaihan para sa kaunlaran Did you know? During the early part of the 1990s, the BSP issued 5-piso NDS banknotes with an overprint of the logo “Kababaihan para sa kaunlaran” to commemorate the Woman for Development. Source: Currency Issue and Integrity Office, BSP website. You may want to read: Filipino Women in Philippine Currency

Filipino Women in Philippine currency

Filipino Women in Philippine currency The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas remembers the following Filipino women who were featured in Philippine banknotes and coins. Melchora Aquino Featured in 100-Piso banknote 9English Series); 5-Sentimo coin (Pilipino Series); 5-Sentimo coin (Ang Bagong Lipunan Series); and 5-Sentimo coin (Flora and Fauna Series) “Tandand Sora” was the first Filipino woman to appear in… Read More »

New 20 peso coin

New 20 peso coin NEW P20 COIN. The new PHP20 coin at the obverse (left) features the former President Manuel Quezon, with the “20 Piso” mark written in the baybayin font. On the reverse side (right) shows the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas logo, “Republika ng Pilipinas” micro text, Malacañang Palace, and Nilad, a native flora in the Philippines.… Read More »

Lapulapu Commemorative Banknote

Lapulapu Commemorative Banknote The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, in cooperation with the National Quincentennial Committee (NQC), launched on 18 January 2021 the 5000-Piso Lapulapu Commemorative Banknote and Medal to kickoff the 99-day countdown to the 500th anniversary of the “Victory at Mactan.” Features of the Lapulapu Commemorative Banknote (Obverse) 1. Battle of Mactan 2. Portrait of Lapulapu 3.… Read More »

Lapulapu Commemorative Medal

Lapulapu Commemorative Medal The BSP, in cooperation with the National Quincentennial Committee Philippines, launched 5000-Piso Lapulapu Commemorative Banknote and Medal to kickoff the 99-day countdown to the 500th anniversary of the “Victory at Mactan.” Features of the Lapulapu Commemorative Medal (Obverse) 1. Quincentennial logo 2. Embossed text “Lapulapu” 3. Lapulapu Shrine 4. Mint mark Features of the Lapulapu… Read More »