Philippine five-peso note – Wikipedia

Five pesos
Value 5 pesos
Width 160 mm
Height 66 mm
Security features Security fibers, Watermark, See-through registration device, Concealed value, Security thread
Material used 90% cotton
10% linen
Years of printing 1896–1996
NDS obverse 5 Philippine peso bill.jpg
Design Emilio Aguinaldo, Philippine independence marker
Designer Romeo Mananquil
Design date 1985
NDS reverse 5 Philippine peso bill.jpg
Design Declaration of Philippine independence
Designer Romeo Mananquil
Design date 1985

The Philippine five-peso note ( Filipino : Limang Piso ) ( ₱5 ) was a appellation of filipino currency. Philippine president Emilio Aguinaldo is featured on the front slope of the note, while the Declaration of the filipino Independence is featured on the reverse side. This bill was circulated until the demonetization of the New Design Series on December 29, 2017. [ 1 ] Its printing was stopped in 1995 and was replaced by coins. [ 2 ]

history [edit ]

independence [edit ]

english series ( 1951–1970 )

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Features the portraits of Marcelo H. Del Pilar and Graciano Lopez-Jaena, two crucial figures of the Propaganda movement before the philippine revolution, on the obverse. The invert features the official newspaper of the propaganda bowel movement, the La Solidaridad. [ 10 ]

Pilipino series ( 1969–1973 ) [edit ]

In 1967, Andres Bonifacio replaced the portraits of Del Pilar and Lopez-Jaena. The bill is now predominantly green in color. On the reverse, it nowadays features the scenario of how to be a member of the Katipunan through signing a shrink by their own blood. The blueprint of the obverse was former revised, the font for the textbook Republika ng Pilipinas and Limang Piso was changed, the color of the portrayal of Bonifacio was changed from brown to green and geometric lines were added on the sides and the water line area of the bill. This design was later used when the Bagong Lipunan series was released in 1973. [ 11 ]

Ang Bagong Lipunan serial ( 1973–1985 ) [edit ]

In 1973, the “ Ang Bagong Lipunan ” text was added and was overprinted on the watermark sphere. [ 12 ]
In 1985, the beak was completely redesigned and Emilio Aguinaldo replaced Bonifacio in this series. [ 13 ] The NHCP historic marker in the Malolos Cathedral ( indicating the foundation garment of the First Philippine Republic, which Aguinaldo became its president of the united states ) along with a cannon can be seen on the right side of the obverse. On the reverse, a setting from the Declaration of the filipino Independence is featured. This was previously featured on the rearward of the Ang Bagong Lipunan serial two uruguayan peso bill. [ 14 ] The bill was designed by Romeo Mananquil. After the creation of the “ Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas ”, its modern logo was incorporated on all the New Design series bills in 1993. In 1995, the printing of this bill was stopped after the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas released the fresh ₱5 coin denomination that coincided the launch of the Improved Flora and Fauna series coins [ 15 ] and due to the dismissal of the BSP series ₱5 coin on that like year, in which the bills besides included in this series from 1993 to 1995. Because of this, it is the alone bill in the New Design/BSP series that did not add a year mark at the penetrate of the denomination value located at the amphetamine left corner of the obverse since the year of printing of a bill was only added in 1998 ( 1997 for the ten uruguayan peso banknotes ), 2–3 years after the print of the five chilean peso banknotes became disused. [ 16 ]

Version history [edit ]

English Series
Pilipino Series
Ang Bagong Lipunan Series
New Design/BSP Series
Obverse P5 English series (Obverse).jpg PHP5 Pilipino series bill.jpg P5 Ang Bagong Lipunan series (Obverse).jpg NDS obverse 5 Philippine peso bill.jpg
Reverse NDS reverse 5 Philippine peso bill.jpg

commemorative issues [edit ]

Throughout its being, the five peso bill was much overprinted to commemorate certain events, namely :

Printing years [edit ]

References [edit ]

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