Today on World Currency Collector we travel to the Philippines to look at various banknotes from 1936 to 2010. We'll learn about currency during World War II including Japanese Invasion Money and Emergency Money. We'll also learn about leaders and heroes from the country's history like Apolinario Mabini, Katipunan leaders Andrés Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto, José Rizal, Emilio Aguinaldo, Sergio Osmeña, and Manuel Acuña Roxas. We'll also talk about the giant trevally fish and the whale shark.
Learn about Emergency Money:
Learn about Japanese Invasion Money:
Learn about the teachings of the Katipunan:
Learn about the Leyte Landing in World War II:
Learn how to say numbers in Filipino:
i think as of this moment we have to change our monetary unit from phjilippine peso to philippine dollar didn't you even notice that our peso is further devaluating against the us dollar. and i think the government should do such an appropriate actions regarding this matter esp. the bsp. we are nearing on the ditch wherein our economy affected much and if it will be continue for the days to come i don't believe we have a better philippines ahead. a different from the us dollar, singapore dollar, or whatever it is but i think is now the right time to change it.
Hey World Currency Collector, if you are going to do videos regarding the Philippine money, please get YOUR sources correct. Research and a thorough EDUCATION about the Philippines would suffice. The Philippines language is NOT called "Filipino" it is called TAGALOG as the language. Filipino is what you call a PERSON from the Philippines. You did NOT DO your homework or maybe you are just plain STUPID.
Philippines was been outlying state /territory of USA that's what Philippines school didn't took in specially in public school there's a lot of cut and edited version of Philippine history taught in public school
The Twenty Pesos Banknote that had a Serial Number of EH444243 Was issued in the 1969-1970 the signature of the president was Former Philippine President Ferdinand E. Marcos. So that means that It's not issued in 1949 The Logo On The bill that says Central Bank Of The Philippines 1949 Means that its the year the bank and the logo was created. 1949 is not the date of the bill. They didnt put dates on banknotes back then. Also there was 3 Kind Of Series of Banknotes issued in the Marcos Administration because his Power was extended until 1982 the 1 Piso Bill that shows the hero Jose Rizal and the Aguinaldo Mansion was the 1970-1980 Series The 2 Piso Bill was The "Ang Bagong Lipunan" Bills Series. The ABL Was The Extended Power/Administration of Marcos That started until 1979-1982. Hope This Helps 😁 Osrry of its too long too
World Currency Collector I was speaking about the Japanese government Banke note "micky mouse money"
On the "One" bank note. When you hold it up you see the impression one ONE just as you can on the FIVE and TEN notes. I have a ONE. But mine does not bare the ONE(it could be faded there?)when I held it up to look at it, it looks like wheat or a flower where the ONE is suppose to be? You can't see that unless you hold it up to the light. I guess like a hidden waterline might would be?
Thank you for your timely response.
Kawit (not Kawat) Cavite.
Barasoain is pronounced barasweyn.
Sergio is seryo.
Roxas is rohas.
It maybe good if you have the former versions of new banknotes (same color, same personalities in front except for 500 pesos but different back design.)
the commonwealth government of the Philippines was under the supervision of the US of A.
who was one of the leaders who in his speech said
" I'd rather see a Philippines run like hell by a Filipino ,
than a government like heaven by an American"
hyunjin lee...being one of a state of the US is far different from being a Commonwealth government, you yourself should research the difference of the two...not just your history...don't claim what was not happened tho.
Hello I am Filipino person and I have request can you do Bulgarian Lev New and Old banknotes and Korean won Old and New I hoping you do and Thank you very much to make video of our Old and New Philippine Peso.
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