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Value of 1912 Philippine Islands Ten Silver Pesos Certificate

Value of 1912 Philippine Islands Ten Silver Pesos Certificate

Country: The Philippines

Series Year: 1912

Type: Silver Certificate

Denomination: Ten Silver Pesos

Governor General: W. Cameron Forbes

Treasurer: J. L. Barrett

Quantity Printed: 300,000

Comments: If the serial number on your note is under 100 then it will be worth an additional premium. Even a standard serial number note is less than common.

Text: Silver Certificate – By Authority Of An Act Of The Congress Of The United States Of America Approved June 23, 1906 – This Certifies That There Have Been Deposited In The Treasury Of The – Philippine Islands – Ten Silver Pesos – Payable To The Bearer On Demand – In Silver Pesos Or In Gold Coin Of The United States Of Equivalent Value – Series 1912 – Ten Silver Pesos – Manila, Philippine Islands – Washington

Signature Combination Variety2

Governor General: W. Cameron Forbes

Treasurer: J. L. Manning

Quantity Printed: 200,000

Comments: This is the rarest note from the series in terms of number printed.

Signature Combination Variety3

Governor General: Francis Burton Harrison

Treasurer: J. L. Manning

Quantity Printed: 450,000

Comments: These are scarce. Premiums are paid for original notes with bright red overprints.

Signature Combination Variety4

Governor General: Francis Burton Harrison

Treasurer: A. P. Fitzsimmons

Quantity Printed: 2,280,000

Comments: If you are looking for a 1912 ten peso silver certificate, then this will definitely be your cheapest option.

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