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100,000 pesos

Philippine 100000peso note

General information
Country

Flag of the Philippines Philippines

Value

₱100,000.00

Years

1998

Specifications
Material

paper

Orientation

horizontal

Width

356 mm

Height

216 mm

Security features

21 security features, including a hologram

Appearance
Color

yellow, green, red

Obverse

Cry of Pugad Lawin, Philippine Centennial Commission logo, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas logo

Reverse

Philippine Declaration of Independence

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The 100,000 peso banknote is a non-circulating commemorative note of the Republic of the Philippines. It was issued in a single type in 1998 in celebration of the centennial of the Philippine Declaration of Independence, originally proclaimed on June 12, 1898. The note was distributed by the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas and printed under contract in Germany.

The note is currently legal tender in the Philippines, carrying a nominal value equivalent to 100,000.00 pesos. However, as a collectors' issue, it is not used frequently. In 2017, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas announced the note would be demonetized on August 1, 2019. These bills can be exchanged for the New Generation Currency banknotes at full face value in the BSP from August 1, 2018 to July 31, 2019.

Measuring 356 millimeters in width and 216 millimeters in height, the banknote currently holds the Guiness World Record for the largest legal tender note. It is printed on currency paper.

In an attempt to prevent counterfeiting, the note utilizes 21 security features, including a hologram.

The obverse of the note features the Cry of Pugad Lawin and the logos of the Philippine Centennial Commission and Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. The reverse shows the Philippine Declaration of Independence.

Only 1,000 examples of the note were printed, initially selling at a price of ₱180,000.

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