Philippines 200 Pesos Banknote, 1949, P-140a, UNC

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Philippines 200 Pesos banknote from 1949, has a pick number of P-140, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition and features President Manuel Quezon.

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This 200 Philippine peso banknote is part of the English series, the first series of banknotes officially released by the Central Bank of the Philippines in 1949. The series was demonetized in 1974. The 200 Philippine peso note is green and measures 162 mm by 67 mm. The reverse side highlights the Old Congress Building, which is now the National Museum of Fine Arts. The obverse side features Manuel Luis Quezon and the seal of the Central Bank of the Philippines. The only security feature of the note is a solid security thread.