We Buy U.S. Currency from
Sellers Across the Country

We Accept Consignments For Stacks Bowers Auctions
Email Us:  Sales@AntiqueMoney.com or Call or Text: 864-430-4020

  • Send Us A Message:

Thank you! -Manning Garrett

Philippine Islands Treasury Certificates

These were printed for a couple of decades.  Denominations range from one peso to five hundred pesos.  Some of these are rare and some others are common.  Click a picture of your specific bank note if you would like more information and history.  Be sure to check the serial numbers on these issues.  If the serial number is below 100, or if the serial number begins or ends with a star symbol, then the bank note will be worth more money.  Star notes were first issued in January of 1919.  Stars were used to replace money that was misprinted.  Another thing you might notice about treasury certificates is that some say Philippine Islands and other says Philippines.  Currency issued after 1935 used The Philippines title.