KM# 269a – Philippine 1 PISO New BSP Coin Series (1995 – Present) Metallic Content: Nickel plated Steel (plating not less than 25 microns on steel substrate) Diameter: 24 mm Weight: 6.1 g Edge: Reeded Advertisements
KM# 269a – Philippine 1 PISO New BSP Coin Series (1995 – Present) Metallic Content: Nickel plated Steel (plating not less than 25 microns on steel substrate) Diameter: 24 mm Weight: 6.1 g Edge: Reeded
Earlier this week I noticed a cropped image of this banknote going viral over the net, but for those who missed it out, it initially went online on 2011 last year, which fronts to be Rizal’s commemorative bill for the event. This 150 Rizal bill was the actual design proposal by Taklobo Baybayin Incorporated (TBI), … Continue reading
Have you ever tried examining a coin? Did you even bothered to know its parts? Do you know which side is called obverse? No? If you want to be taken seriously in numismatics, well then, it’s time for you to learn the basic and proper terms about your coins. Let’s start with this 2011 Rizal commemorative 1-piso … Continue reading
This month of December, Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) will release a one-piso Rizal commemorative coin. BSP has issued 10 million pieces of these one-peso coin, minted as a tribute to the national hero Jose Rizal who just celebrated his 150th birth anniversary last June 19, 2011. The coin’s obverse side bears Rizal’s portrait bust, … Continue reading
Rizal on P1 coin makes him accessible By Lawrence Agcaoili (The Philippine Star) Manila, Philippines – Why is our national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal whose 150th birth anniversary is being commemorated by Filipinos today, featured on a low denomination or P1 coin? The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) has a simple answer: putting Rizal on a … Continue reading
In commemoration of our National Hero Jose Rizal’s 150th Birthday.