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Philippines 20 Piso Banknote, 2013, P-206a.3, UNC

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Philippines 20 Piso banknote from 2013 has a pick number P-206a.3, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Manuel Luis Quezon.

This uncirculated 20 Philippine piso banknote is dated 2013 and signed by Philippine President Benigno Aquino III and Central Bank Governor Amando M. Tetangco Jr. It has an orange color scheme and dimensions of 160 mm x 66 mm. Its obverse side honors the Father of the Filipino language— former President Manuel Luis Quezon, the Bangko Sentral seal, the Malacañang Palace (Presidential Residence), and the declaration of Filipino as the national language in 1935. Its reverse side shows a map of the Philippines, an Asian palm civet (Paradoxus hermaphroditus philippinensis), an Ifugao weave design, and the Banaue Rice Terraces. Security features include a solid security thread and a watermark of Manuel L. Quezon with an electrotype 20.

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