PHILIPPINE BILLS OR BANK NOTES
| FRONT image
| FRONT description
| BACK image
| BACK description
| 5 PESOS
or limang piso
| Emilio Aguinaldo
Philippine 1st president. At the right is an illustration of a cannon and of an histocial marker of the First Republic 1898 - 1901.
| Declaration of Philippine Independence Aguinaldo displays the Philippine flag from the balcony of his house and proclaims independence from Spain to the Filipino masses below
| 10 PESOS
or sampung piso
| Apolinario Mabini (left) and Andres Bonifacio (right) Items relating to Katipunan are shown on the right side.
| Barosoain Church where proclamation of Malolos Constitution and organization of the Congress of First Republic. Blood Compact of the Katipuneros. To the right (not on older bills), Filipino revolutionaries get together under the Katipunan banner.
| 20 PESOS
or dalawam-pung piso
| Manuel L. Quezon
Philippine 2nd president and Commonwealth 1st president. The image on the right shows the establishment of the Commonwealth (a Coat of Arms) and the 1935 Constitution.
| Malacañang Palace
| 50 PESOS
| Sergio Osmena
Commonwealth 2nd President. Assumed office upon the death of Manuel Quezon.
| National Museum (historically and formerly the Old Congress Building)
| 100 PESOS
| Manuel Roxas
The image on the right shows a crowd watching the lowering of the US flag and the raising of the Philippine flag demonstrating the end of the Commonwealth and the beginning of the Third Republic of the Philippines.
| Central Bank of the Philippines or Banko Central ng Pilipinas
dalawan- daang piso
| Diosdado Macapagal
On the right is the Aguinaldo mansion where in 1898 Aguinaldo proclaimed independence from Spain. Macapagal moved Independence Day from July 4 to June 12.
| Philippine EDSA Revolution 2 Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Diosdado...
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