New designs for Philippine Peso bills

New designs for Philippine Peso bills

New generation Philippine peso currency

It may take a while before the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas themselves release proper photos of the new Philippine notes because we all know how internet savvy government agencies are. All I’ve seen are photos of the designs on exhibit from yesterday’s launch. Bills will start circulation within the month, while current bills will expire in three years (the same time it took for these designs to be conceptualized).

I like that the designs feel modern (people have compared them to the Euro) and not completely monochromatic. The word “Pilipino” is also integrated in Baybayin. Most of all, it’s good to know Philippine branding can be done well, unlike the Pilipinas Kay Ganda tourism slogan failure a month ago.

P20 bill
Obverse: Manuel L. Quezon
Reverse: Banaue Rice Terraces and a palm civet from the Cordilleras, which are famous for producing the civet cat coffee or kapeng alamid.

P50 bill
Obverse: Sergio Osmeña
Reverse: Taal Lake and the Giant Trevally (locally known as Maliputo), a delicious milky fish

P100 bill
Obverse: Manuel A. Roxas
Reverse: Mayon Volcano and the “butanding” or whale shark, the world’s largest fish and the main attraction of Donsol, Sorsogon

P200 bill
Obverse: Diosdado Macapagal
Reverse: Bohol’s Chocolate Hills and the Philippine tarsier, one of the world’s smallest primates

P500 bill
Obverse: Corazon Aquino and Benigno “Ninoy” Aquino Jr.
Reverse: Palawan’s Subterranean River National Park and the blue-naped parrot, which thrives in the forests of Palawan and Mindoro

P1,000 bill
Obverse: Josefa Llanes Escoda, Vicente P. Lim, and Jose Abad Santos
Reverse: Tubbataha Reef Marine Park and the South Sea Pearl, which is produced by oysters that thrive in the South Seas of which the Sulu Sea is part

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  1. grave po ang gaganda ng mga new design of philippine peso ……kaylan nyo po ilalabas ang mga yan na eexcite n po kami…kc po napakaluma n ng mga pera n naglalabasan ngayon tulad ng mga ibinibigay sa ga supermarket at kung san san pa po…..salamat po more power

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