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5 piso (pesos) (B1027bs)

5 piso (pesos) (B1027bs)

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Greysheet Catalog Details (GSID: 128867)
Country: Philippines
Issuing Authority: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Banknote Book: B1027bs
Pick: P168s
Watermark: Emilio Aguinaldo

The 5 piso (pesos) is part of a series of coins struck from . The specific variety is Diagonal black SPECIMEN ovpt front/back; all-zero s/n . Designated as a Business () strike, this coin is made of .
Obverse: Filipino text; quill; triangle with sun; Emilio Aguinaldo; Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas seal; historical marker in Barasoain church convent; cannon
Reverse: Filipino text; Emilio Aguinaldo declaring independence from Spain on 12 June 1898, waving flag from his balcony in Kawit, Cavite

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GSID: 128867
Country: Philippines
Issuing Authority: Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas
Banknote Book: B1027bs
Pick: P168s
Watermark: Emilio Aguinaldo
Denomination: 5 piso (pesos)
Note Color: Green, brown, and blue
Note Dimension: 160 x 66 mm
Printer: (Unknown)
Note Paper Type: Paper
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