Philippine Peso Coins and Banknotes

Philippine Coins and Banknotes

1000 Peso Bill - New Design Series

One Thousand Piso Banknote
New Design Series

Obverse: Jose Abad Santos, Josefa Llanes Escoda, Vicente Lim, Eternal flame, Laurel Leaves Cenrtral Bank Seal
Reverse: Hagdan-hagdang Palayan ng Banawe, Manunggul jar cover and Langgal hut

Predominant color: Blue
Security thread: 0.75 mm embedded magnetic and metallic; for newer notes, 1.4 mm windowed colorshift (magenta-green) with cleartext “1000”

Length: 160mm
Width: 66mm
Thickness: 100-118 microns
Material: 20% abaca, 80% cotton

Security Features: security thread, red & blue visible fibers, fluorescent printing, iridescent band, windowed security thread, optically variable ink (OVI), and micro-printing

Text: "Republika ng Pilipinas", "Sanlibong Piso", "Ang salaping ito ay bayarin ng Bangko Sentral at pananagutan ng Republika ng Pilipinas"

Jose Abad Santos (Chief Justice), Josefa Llanes Escoda (civic worker and one of the founders of the Girl Scouts of the Philippines), and Vicente Lim (a general in the Philippine Army, first Filipino graduate of West Point) are considered heroes of the resistance against the Japanese Occupation of the Philippines.

The Manunggul Jar is a National Treasure of the Philippines. The jar was found in Chamber A of the Manunggul caves in Palawan. The jar is dated from about 2800 years before the present day. The faces of the figures and on the prow of the boat have eyes and mouth rendered in the same style as other artifacts of Southeast Asia of that period. Note the depiction of sea-waves on the lid.

Banaue Rice Terraces (Tagalog: Hagdan-hagdang Palayan ng Banaue) are 2000-year old terraces that were carved into the mountains of Ifugao in the Philippines by ancestors of the Batad indigenous people. The Rice Terraces are commonly referred to as the "Eighth Wonder of the World". They are found in the provinces of Apayao, Benguet, Mountain Province and Ifugao, and are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Langgal hut is a Muslim place of worship particularly in Sulu, headed by an Imam who is assisted by the Habib and ilal.

9 comments:

marycelle said...

what are the parts of a 200 piso bill?

nathaniel said...

there are some ways to identify the parts of the 200 peso bill.

the braille letters found on the upper left corner of the 200 peso bill for the blind people.

then the microprints under the headings of republika ng pilipinas repeatedly quoting 'bangko sentral ng pilipinas'.

then, other people saying that if you will see a perfectly matched zero in front upper left corner of the 200 in the obverse side, then in back, the 200 in upper right corner of the money in reverse side.

i hope this will help you. =]

Anonymous said...

i have 2 1000 peso bill.. the dates says 1999 and 1998.. they don't have the shining vertical line that says 1000 and the 'parang nakatahing' metal too.. are they fake?

Anonymous said...

i have 1 1000 peso bill..withdraw over robinsons atm machine galleria branch, 1998..and ramos is president, there is no shining vertical line that shows 1000 and the 'parang nakatahing' metal too.. is this fake?

alou said...

i have the same bill like the first one who commented. its serial number is in red color as well. is it fake? i've been researching. please do reply. thank you!

alou said...

in my case, its in year 1999 and the president is Estrada. I'm hesitating to use it specially in the malls because i have this idea that its fake.

Anonymous said...

what year or which president introduced the 500 and the 1000 bills. i know the bagong lipunan only had 100 right???
please info on this....

jhen said...

Does alou's question anwered in this page? Cuz i have the same thing....

melaimagpantay.wordpress.com said...

The gold thread on the right side is a security feature that the BSP added on 2001. Bills printed prior to this date do not have this.