Philippine Peso Coins and Banknotes

Philippine Coins and Banknotes

New 100 Peso Bill - New Generation Banknotes

One Hundred Piso Banknote
New Generation Series

Obverse: President Manuel A. Roxas; Central Bank of the Philippines (1949); Inauguration of the Third Republic (4 July 1946); Seal of the Republic of the Philippines; and the New BSP Seal
Reverse: Mayon Volcano; Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus); Indigenous textile from the Bicol Region
Security Features: (1) embossed prints, (2) serial number, (3) security fibers, (4) watermark, (5) see-through mark, (6) concealed value, (7) security thread

President Manuel A. Roxas (1 January 1892 - 15 April 1948) took his oath of office on 4 July 1946 as the first president of the Third Philippine Republic, when the United States recognized the independence of the Republic of the Philippines. Having inherited a nation in the ruins of World War II, he set in motion the crafting of the first Master Economic Plan, the first known in developing Asia, which started the country on the road to reconstruction and development. He thus earned the title "Nation Builder." A Philippine Bar topnotcher, he had a lifelong career as public servant. He was 27 when he became Governor of the Province of Capiz, the country's youngest, and was Speaker of the House for 12 consecutive years. One of his priorities was the drafting of a charter for a central bank, which he deemed as a step towards sovereignty. However, he did not complete his term due to a fatal heart attack. Shortly after his death, his successor President Elpidio Quirino signed Republic Act 265 or the Central Bank Act in June 1948. On 3 January 1949, the Central Bank of the Philippines opened for business.

The Bicol Region is famous for majestic Mayon Volcano, the country's most active which has a near perfect cone. It is in Legazpi City, Albay.

The "butanding" or whale shark, the world's largest living fish, is the main attraction in Donsol, Sorsogon. These gentle giants regularly visit the waters of Sorsogon to mate and to feed on plankton abundant in Donsol River.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

bakit pa gumawa ng bagong pera c P.Noy ..nagsasayang lang xa ng pera,sana yung pangalan lang ni gloria ang binago nya...dahil maraming tao ang walang makakain dahil sa kahirapan...sana yung perang ginas2 nya, itinulong na lang nya sa mga mahihirap...marami pa syang mapapasaya..

P.S. hindi rin maganda ang mga bagong pera..!!!

Anonymous said...

Kitid ng utak mo tsong!!! Wuuu! Super!

Anonymous said...

Benigno S. Aquino o Benigno Simeon C. Aquino? Pano naging "S." ang middle initial ni P-noy... baka peke tong bagong bills!!!

Anonymous said...

Ang ibang Pinoy talaga, nahahalata tuloy ang kaBOBOhan!

Anonymous said...

Yung naunang nagpost, bakit hindi ka marunong magsulat nang maayos? Tingnan mo nga ulit ang spelling ng mga salitang ginamit mo...hindi mo ba alam ang kaibahan ng numero sa letra? Kailan naging "xa" ang sya(o siya) at naging "c" ang si? Kawawa ka naman at naloko ka pala ng paaralan na iyong pinasukan! Baka naman hindi ka talaga nakapag-aral o tamad lang kaya?

Anonymous said...

ayos pati spellig kelangan pakialaman kaya di natatapos ang away sa pilipinas dahil sa mga taong katulad ng nagpost sa panlima... ano ba yan...

Anonymous said...

pero pansinin niyo bakit merong isla ng indonesia sa map ng nasa likod ng bagong pera? Di ba nila napansin yun?

Anonymous said...

Ang nenegative nman ng mga pinag-uusapan ninyo. Nagpapatunay lamang na ang pagiging negative thinkers nating mga Pinoy ang mas lalong nagpapahirap sa atin.

Anonymous said...

Wala namang difference kung magbago ng pera sa hindi ah . sana hindi na kayo gumastos , sana ginamit nyo nlang ang perang pinanggastos nyo sa pgwa ng bagong pera doon sa mga mahihirap . mas maganda at sure ako may makikita kayong DIFFERENCE ...

Anonymous said...

Hindi po si PNOY ang nagpapalit ng pera natin. 2007 palang po may plans na na baguhin ang ating banknotes. As per the practice of BSP, every 10 years po dapat nagpapalit ng desig ng banknotes, pero the old bankotes we have have been in circulation for 25 years. Kaya rin naman po nagkaroon ng pagbabago para ma-improve nag security features ng pera. Ang Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas po ang authority when it comes to Philippine money, at sana po naiisip natin na imposible pong magkamali sila sa nilalagay nila sa ating pera. At Benigno S. Aquino po talaga ang pangalan ng pangulo natin. It's was a personal choice. :D

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Anonymous said...

Whether to change our banknotes or not it still visible to us that Philippine corruptions never stops. I hope this way we can at least gain small amount of peace for the sake of our country.