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Value of 1941 Philippines One Peso Treasury Certificate

Value of 1941 Philippines One Peso Treasury Certificate

Country: The Philippines

Series Year: 1941

Type: Treasury Certificate

Denomination: One Peso

President: Manuel Quezon

Treasurer: A. S. de Leon

Quantity Printed: 6,000,000

Comments: This is a common note. However, if the serial number starts with a star symbol then you can expect a nice premium.

Text: Treasury Certificate – By Authority Of An Act Of The Philippine Legislature Approved By The President Of The United States June 13, 1922 – This Certifies That There Has Been Deposited In The Treasury Of The – Philippines – One Peso – Payable To The Bearer On Demand – In Silver Pesos Or In Legal Tender Currency Of The United States Of Equivalent Value – Series 1941 – One Peso – Manila, Philippines – Mabini

Test Paper Variety

President: Manuel Quezon

Treasurer: A. S. de Leon

Quantity Printed: 300,000

Comments: Pay close attention to serial numbers on this issue. If your note is signed by Quezon and De Leon, and the serial number is in the 6 millions, then you have a rare variety.

Signature Combination Variety2

President: Manuel Quezon

Treasurer: A. S. de Leon

Quantity Printed: 200,000

Comments: Only 200,000 of these were printed. Many have survived though and they aren’t especially valuable today.

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