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Cotton, linen, paper, and ink
6.3 x 12.4 cm
Though banknotes during the war were simplified, it still required standard information to be considered legal tender: a series number, a serial number, and in the case of Philippine notes, signatures of the monetary committee. Smaller denominations like this five-centavo bill could be passed with one signature from the monetary committee, while three signatures were required for the high denominations.
Ayala Museum Collection
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