Philippines 2,000 Piso Banknote, 2001, P-189c, UNC, Commemorative, Folder

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Philippines banknote folder contains one 2,000 Piso commemorative banknote from 2001 that has a pick number P-189c, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the 100th anniversary of Philippine independence.

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This banknote folder contains one uncirculated Philippine peso banknote. The 2,000 Philippine peso banknote is a numismatic product issued by the Central Bank to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Philippine independence. It is a violet, yellow, and green banknote that is dated 2001, bears the signatures of President Joseph Estrada and Bank Governor Rafael Carlos Baltazar Buenaventura, and measures 216 mm x 133 mm. Its obverse side contains Filipino text, the Malolos Constitution scroll, the Barasoain Roman Catholic church in Bulacan, the bank seal, and a depiction of Joseph Estrada swearing in as president. Its reverse side contains the centennial logo and a depiction of Fidel Ramos waving the flag to celebrate the centennial of independence at the Aguinaldo Shrine in Cavite. Security features include a windowed security thread and a watermark of Estrada, Ramos, and the dates 1898-1998.

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