VALUE| FRONT image| FRONT description| BACK image| BACK description| Color| your five PESOS

or limang piso| | Emilio Aguinaldo

Philippine 1st president. In the right is an example of a canon and of an histocial gun of the Initial Republic 1898 - 1901. | | Declaration of Philippine Independence Aguinaldo displays the Filipino flag from your balcony of his house and proclaims independence from Spain towards the Filipino public below| Green| 10 PESOS

or sampung piso| | Apolinario Mabini (left) and Andres Bonifacio (right) Items relating to Katipunan are proven on the proper side. | | Barosoain Church exactly where proclamation of Malolos Metabolic rate and organization of the Congress of First Republic. Bloodstream Compact in the Katipuneros. Towards the right (ofcourse not on more mature bills), Filipino revolutionaries get together under the Katipunan banner. | Brown| twenty PESOS

or perhaps dalawam-pung piso| | Manuel L. Quezon

Filipino 2nd chief executive and Commonwealth 1st leader. The image around the right reveals the institution of the Commonwealth (a Coating of Arms) and the 1935 Constitution. | | MalacaГ±ang Palace| Orange| 50 PESOS



pung piso| | Sergio Osmena

Commonwealth second President. Believed office upon the death of Manuel Quezon. | | Nationwide Museum (historically and formerly the Old Congress Building)| Red| 100 PESOS


sandaang piso| | Manuel Roxas

The on the correct shows a crowd watching the lowering in the US flag and the elevating of the Filipino flag showing the end with the Commonwealth as well as the beginning of the Third Republic of the Philippines. | | Central Bank of the Philippines or Banko Central ng Pilipinas| Purple

2 hundred PESOS


dalawan- daang piso| | Diosdado Macapagal

On the correct is the Propina mansion exactly where in 1898 Aguinaldo proclaimed independence via Spain. Macapagal moved Independence Day via July four to June 12. | | Philippine EDSA Revolution 2 Fastuosidad Macapagal-Arroyo, Diosdado...