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Banknote Book & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Banco Español Filipino de Isabel II (Spanish-Filipino Bank of Isabel II)

El Banco Español Filipino de Isabel II (Spanish-Filipino Bank of Isabel II) was established on 1 August 1851, named after the queen of Spain, Isabella II, the daughter of King Ferdinand VII. It was the second Philippine bank during the Spanish era after a bank was founded by Francisco Rodriguez, a Filipino Quaker based in London, in 1830. The royal decree establishing the Banco Español-Filipino also authorized it to issue banknotes in the Philippines.

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10 pesos fuertes
(B101a, PA1)

 
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10 pesos fuertes
(B101b, PA1)

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10 pesos fuertes
(B101as, PA1s)

 
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10 pesos fuertes
(B101bs, PA1s)

 
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25 pesos fuertes
(B102a, PA2)

 
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25 pesos fuertes
(B102b, PA2)

 
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25 pesos fuertes
(B102bs, PA2)

 
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50 pesos fuertes
(B103a, PA3)

 
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50 pesos fuertes
(B103b, PA3)

 
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50 pesos fuertes
(B103bs, PA3s)

 
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200 pesos fuertes
(B104a, PNL)

 
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200 pesos fuertes
(B104b, PNL)

 
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200 pesos fuertes
(B104bs, PNLs)

 
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