I'm selling my extra Old Philippine Bank Notes (1969-1973 Pilipino Series). A set is composed of P100, P50, 20 at 1 pc each. Condition of the items is still new, crispy and not/very slight bends at edges. Priced at Php350.00/set only with free shipping any place in Philippines.

This set is rapidly diminishing quantity due to high demands from the collectors, take a copy now. The original set is P1, P5, P10, P20, P50, P100; unfortunately it's very rare to find a complete domination.

Collecting old banknotes and coins from my/our country gives us pride and joy for providing preservation and value of our cultural and financial history.

Post your quires here or contact me at my YM at jov3n_01@yahoo.com. Thanks.

"The Pilipino series banknotes is the name used to refer to Philippine banknotes issued by the Central Bank of the Philippines from 1969 to 1973, during the term of President Ferdinand Marcos. It was succeeded by the Ang Bagong Lipunan Series of banknotes, to which it shared a similar design. The lowest denomination of the series is 1-piso and the highest is 100-piso. This series represented a radical change from the English series. The bills underwent Filipinization and a design change."

"After the declaration of Proclamation № 1081 on September 23, 1972, the Central Bank demonetized the existing banknotes (both the English and Pilipino series) on February 28, 1974, pursuant to Presidential Decree No. 378[1]. All the unissued banknotes were sent back to the De La Rue plant in London for overprinting the watermark area with the words "ANG BAGONG LIPUNAN" and oval geometric safety design.- wikipedia.