Tuesday, January 03, 2006

For The Numismatist In Us - 3


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The next one shows some of the coins made of silver that were issued during the American regime, in one peso, fifty centavo, twenty centavo, and ten centavo denominations. The unique characteristic about these coins was that emblazoned at the reverse side were the words: United States of America. On the obverse side you had the word Filipinas at the bottom. The others in the picture were issued when the country had already become a republic.

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