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Karen wrote:
Friday, 13 October 2017 20:25:22 PHT
Hello Po May 1972 piso coin Po ako.230 pieces bumibili Po ba kayo?
Dan wrote:
Tuesday, 16 August 2016 09:34:30 PHT
Looking to buy old currency, coins, banknotes, depending on your coins or bank notes 10,000 to 200,000 peso. Please send pictures front and back clear pictures. Thank you po.
Name Edwin wrote:
Saturday, 21 May 2016 00:16:55 PHT
Hi! there I have one peso coins from 1971 up to the present and one centavo,five,ten,25,50 dated back as early 1941 to present most are in mint condition.And aside from that have international rare coins as early 1800.Hope to dispose it on a right buyer.I can email the pics if necessary. Thanks and God Bless.
zernilyn wrote:
Tuesday, 17 May 2016 23:39:33 PHT
im selling old coins 5peso ferdinand marcos 1975,2 peso octagonal shape 1989,1 peso 1972,1591-1991,1981,1982,and,1992,50 cents 11971,1972,1974,1985,1989,25 cents 1962,1969,1971,1982,10 cents 1958 to 1982.If your willing to buy please contact this no.09070395686...only interested to buy...please....
nica wrote:
Wednesday, 4 May 2016 17:18:51 PHT
hi! i have here a 1943 Australian half penny and i am selling it,you may email me at delossantosnica@yahoo.com.
juramel wrote:
Saturday, 23 April 2016 13:52:11 PHT
hi i have 100 hundred thousand US dollar bill 2 pieces with president wilson in front if there is interested you can contact my number 09273138289
Dan wrote:
Sunday, 20 March 2016 14:57:26 PHT
Buying old coins and Banknotes !! before 1950 please send pictures along with your price payments made fast... contact me at ooblakhawk@gmail.com Thank you
jonalyn wrote:
Wednesday, 16 March 2016 13:23:59 PHT
im selling five centavos 1945...email me if u wan.
shariffa atienza wrote:
Monday, 29 February 2016 23:27:54 PHT
Hi. I have 1PISO- 1964 coins, 8 pcs. If you are interested. Please contact me. 09067348094
Romy wrote:
Saturday, 26 December 2015 22:13:23 PHT
I am buying Lahaina National Bank of Lahaina, Hawaii. Charter 8101- issued $10 and $20 Red Seal and Blue Seal notes. email the photo picture front and back at phil-era@collector.org or call / txt me at 09233903441
Romy wrote:
Saturday, 26 December 2015 21:55:34 PHT
I am buying Baldwin National Bank, Kahului, Hawaii Charter 8207-issued $5,$10 and $20 Red Seal and Blue Seal notes. email the photo picture front and back at phil-era@collector.org or call / txt me at 09233903441
arra wrote:
Saturday, 24 October 2015 20:11:34 PHT
I selling my 10 peso 1988 coins 1pc& 1 peso 1985 coins 1pc / 50 sebtavo 1989 1pc.. Email me uf you want,,
arra wrote:
Saturday, 24 October 2015 20:09:56 PHT
I selling my 10 peso 1988 coins 1pc& 1 peso 1985 coins 1pc / 50 sebtavo 1989 1pc.. Email me uf you want,,
Mario wrote:
Thursday, 13 August 2015 18:23:06 PHT
I have 20pcs P5 coins issued in 1975 and willing to sell at prevailing price. any interest?
Mario wrote:
Thursday, 13 August 2015 17:35:06 PHT
I have about 20pcs 1975 issued Marcos P5 coins. I'm willing to sell at prevailing price. thanks a lot!
Jherico wrote:
Saturday, 25 July 2015 02:25:52 PHT
Hi! Im selling my shipwreck potosi silver coins. Just text me if interested. 09302022021
rhyniel wrote:
Saturday, 11 July 2015 14:33:43 PHT
i have 50 cents 1967 Marcelo H. Delpilar 1pcs and 1 peso 1974 - 1972 Jose Rizal email me if you want.. weedsapip@yahoo.com tnx
Nikodimus Orlov wrote:
Saturday, 4 July 2015 15:31:27 PHT
i have one centavo US Filipinas Coin 1937 any interested call me @ 09291525008
Nikodimus Orlov wrote:
Saturday, 4 July 2015 15:30:35 PHT
i have one centavo US Filipinas Coin 1937 any interested call me @ 09291525008
Dan wrote:
Friday, 26 June 2015 21:08:57 PHT
LOOKING FOR OLD BANKNOTES, PAPER CURRENCY, Gold coins, Silver coins. contact me with your pictures front and back send to ooblakhawk@gmail.com
Daizy P. wrote:
Friday, 5 June 2015 12:51:06 PHT
hi,i have a coin five centavos 1964 (1)-1piso 1989 carabao 1985 big.. 1piso carabao small 1994,. and 100 intsik or latin nakasulat and 50.. my number 09077807356.
Ricky wrote:
Monday, 23 February 2015 14:00:55 PHT
im loking for old coins and commemorative coins please email me @ iloverickvill@yahoo.com
Ricky wrote:
Monday, 23 February 2015 14:00:04 PHT
im loking for old coins and commemorative coins please email me @ iloverickvill@yahoo.com
joey romero wrote:
Sunday, 15 February 2015 20:34:19 PHT
im selling 50 centavos coin- 1964 and 1958 anyone interested pls pm/txt me at 09065595995. Tnx!
Merg wrote:
Thursday, 5 February 2015 13:19:54 PHT
hi po my 10 centavo po ako n 1971 may bibili po kaya please text me po 09488912966
Dan wrote:
Friday, 9 January 2015 05:34:03 PHT
Looking to buy old coins dated before 1924 gold and silver !! please sent email to with pictures and your price to ooblakhawk@gmail.com
Chit wrote:
Friday, 24 October 2014 17:12:41 PHT
I'm selling my old coins: (1972) 1 peso coin(1) & 5cents(1) ,(1975) 5peso coin (4), (1976) 5 centavo coin (1),(1991) 2peso coin 100 yrs J.P Laurel,(1982) 5 centavo coin (1), (1985) 1 peso coin (1) and 25 centavo coin (1). if interested pls txt me 09206430625. Thanks
robilyn dumalag wrote:
Saturday, 18 October 2014 13:23:34 PHT
im asking for coin value...old coins dated 1972-1993... can anyone contact me...this is my # 09484161122
Dan wrote:
Friday, 17 October 2014 03:45:55 PHT
Looking to buy silver coins dated before 1920 and interested in all gold coins, please send clear pictures to ooblakhawk@gmail.com. Thank you
Churchill wrote:
Thursday, 16 October 2014 03:28:40 PHT
I'm selling Philippines old coin 1 peso coin 1972,1974,1990,1989,1985 & 1982 50 centavos 1974,1972,1967,1971 & 1964 10 centavos 1972,1971,1969,1965,1964,1962,1960 & 1958
roy wrote:
Monday, 29 September 2014 21:37:29 PHT
sinong gusto bumili ng liberty dollars 1799 1801 1804 my nmber 09168605715
Peter paolo wrote:
Wednesday, 10 September 2014 15:35:35 PHT
Selling 1944 D filipinas/usa twenty centavos cebu area if interested offer a price to my gmail paolotawtwo@gmail.com or txt me 09985538522
Alex wrote:
Saturday, 6 September 2014 19:12:20 PHT
Hello, I am a five year resident of Dalaguete, Cebu. Today I noticed a simple one peso coin, dated 2010. The odd part is that it is gold colored and looks new. Everyone that I have shown it to is mystified. Have you seen such freak coins, or know anything about them? Thank you.. Alex Wilson, Dalaguete, Cebu AlexW44@Gmail.com.
Alex wrote:
Saturday, 6 September 2014 19:07:36 PHT
Hello, I am a five year resident of Dalaguete, Cebu. Today I noticed a simple one peso coin, dated 2010. The odd part is that it is gold colored and looks new. Everyone that I have shown it to is mystified. Have you seen such freak coins, or know anything about them? Thank you.. Alex Wilson, Dalaguete, Cebu AlexW44@Gmail.com.
willard wrote:
Saturday, 19 July 2014 16:05:23 PHT
im selling my rizal head 1 peso coin i have 50 pcs in hand pls make your offer
Dan wrote:
Thursday, 3 July 2014 18:43:41 PHT
Please those of you selling your old coins please include your email or cell phone number.I am looking for Morgan CC silver dollars, and 1906-s 1 peso's 1903-s 50 centavos my email ooblakhawk@gmail.com Thank you
Dan wrote:
Thursday, 3 July 2014 18:35:43 PHT
I am looking for Morgan CC silver dollars and Philippines 1906-s 1 peso coins ! Depending on the condition of the coins willing to pay up to 30,000 !
Mara Holgado wrote:
Sunday, 25 May 2014 08:20:16 PHT
I have gold queen isabela II 1864. If anyone interested please give me a call at 09177229252. Thank you.
Mara Holgado wrote:
Sunday, 25 May 2014 08:14:26 PHT
Hi. Do you have idea of whats the value of the gold Queen Isabelinas II 1864 filipinas? You can reach me at 09177229252. Thank you.
Rommel wrote:
Saturday, 19 April 2014 23:11:08 PHT
Im selling 2000 and 2001 and 2010 10 peso phil. coins txt me if ur interested... 09237351700
cathy wrote:
Saturday, 19 April 2014 18:04:29 PHT
i just wanna ask the value of philippine peso coins during world war 2...
Frank wrote:
Monday, 14 April 2014 17:42:22 PHT
Hi guys, i have a Blister, BOX and COA with 2 Silvercoins from 1978, one 50 PISO and one 25 PISO Silvercoin( 100th Birthday of M.Quezon ) Anyone know the worth of this coins ? The coins still are in the Blister and were never out ! THX
Coin collector wrote:
Friday, 4 April 2014 09:55:59 PHT
BUYING RATE FOR GOLD COINS as of June 2013 You can compare our buying rate with other local and foreign buyers. Beware of other buyers buying these coins lower than their gold value. Piso, 1970, Visit of Pope Paul VI, Proof GOLD – Php 34,000 1,000 Piso, 1975, Ang Bagong Lipunan, Proof GOLD - 16,800 1,500Piso, 1976, Board of Govenors Annual Meeting Proof GOLD - 29,500 1,500 Piso, 1977, Ang Bagong Lipunan, Proof GOLD - 29,000 1,500 Piso, 1978, Security Printing Plant, Proof GOLD - 29,000 2,500 Piso, 1980, Gen .Douglas MacArthur, Proof Gold - 14,200 1,500 Piso, 1981, Visit of Pope John Paul II, Proof GOLD - 13,500 1,500 Piso, 1982, Bataan-Corregidor, Proof GOLD - 13,800 2,500 Piso, 1986, Aquino-Reagan, Proof- 50% g GOLD - 20,000 10,000 Pis0, 1992, Cory, VI Anniversary Democracy Restored, Proof - 60,000 5,000 Piso, Visit of Pope John Paul II, Proof GOLD – 29,000 2,500 Piso, Visit of Pope John Paul II, Proof s GOLD - 10,000 2,000 Piso, Pres. Ramos Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation, Proof 50% GOLD– 8,000 5000 Piso Pres. Marcos and Imelda, New Society , Proof GOLD – 125,000 4 Pesos 1861-1868 Isabela coin – 12,000 or higher if coin is UNCIRCULATED condition 2 Pesos 1861-1868 Isabela coin – 6,000 or higher if coin is UNCIRCULATED condition 1 Peso 1861-1868 Isabela coin – 2,500 or higher if coin is UNCIRCULATED condition 20 Dollar USA Gold – 62,000 10 Dollar USA Gold – 30,000 5 Dollar USA Gold – 14,000 2 ½ Dollar USA Gold – 6,000 Please note the price I quoted below are just estimates and might go lower or higher depending on the gold prices of the day. Inquiries are welcome. Contact me at: lumang.gamit@yahoo.com, please send photos so I can appraise them.
eyanne wrote:
Wednesday, 2 April 2014 11:45:11 PHT
I have old. coins too.. 50 centavos 1971 (1 PC) 50 centavos. 1958(1 pc) 1 peso 1972(4 pcs) 1 peso 1974(2 PCs) interested buy pls contact me at 09169167256
Elizabeth wrote:
Tuesday, 1 April 2014 15:23:02 PHT
Hello everyone! I am selling a US FILIPINAS one centavo 1914 coin. If you are interested please call me at 09322550684.
Ning wrote:
Thursday, 13 March 2014 16:14:05 PHT
Hi,any interested buyer of 1 peso 1972 and 1974 I have morethan 50pcs. Thank you My contack num.+8562077528439
Robert wrote:
Tuesday, 11 March 2014 22:57:18 PHT
I'm Selling my 1909 US Filipinas 1 peso Coin you can email me so i can give my contact details. robert.derosario@realpage.com
Antonio Prado wrote:
Wednesday, 19 February 2014 20:24:49 PHT
I want to selling my 1us silver coin dollar 1893 mint cc special morgan edition, also 1 silver coin austrian 1780 arhid. My contact # 09294687771.
NEBERTO S. MONTILLA wrote:
Monday, 17 February 2014 23:25:57 PHT
Hi,everyone! Have my 1pc 5 centavos coin dated S 1944 obverse United States of America,reverse Filipinas in good condition. Interested to buy just text me 09104773940. Thank You.
Elmer wrote:
Monday, 3 February 2014 19:31:57 PHT
im selling Phil coins 5 1 2 .50 .25 .10 .5 .1cent Phil-U.S.coins 20,5,10,50 cents,1952-2002.padre062000@yahoo.com
Romarc wrote:
Wednesday, 8 January 2014 19:41:26 PHT
I'm also buying 5 piso marcos head coins for 10 to 20 pesos each just feel free again to text me 09058874476
Romarc wrote:
Saturday, 4 January 2014 19:37:57 PHT
I'm buying 1972 rizal head coin po,marami pong ganito kaya 5 pesos. Lang bili ko bawat isa pero pag bumibili po ako bulto po kasi mga hundred pieces ganun, feel free to contact me po 09058874476
rosemarie dela cruz wrote:
Tuesday, 24 December 2013 18:23:57 PHT
i have about 1,700 pcs plus of 1972 peso rizal head. anyone interested? pls feel free contact this number 09286651599. and any one who have a 5 centavos old coins the head is fish we buy it
Namerosemarie dela cruz wrote:
Tuesday, 24 December 2013 18:22:12 PHT
i have about 1,700 pcs plus of 1972 peso rizal head. anyone interested? pls feel free contact this number 09286651599. and any one who have a 5 centavos old coins the head is fish we buy it
lanie wrote:
Monday, 23 December 2013 11:22:17 PHT
1972 coin rizal head merun ako..just contact me 09109223793
Olan wrote:
Monday, 2 December 2013 22:03:50 PHT
I have 20 pieces lincoln penny and a lot of old 10,25,5 and 1 cent philippine coins 1963-95 how much does it worth can you tell me guys and if your interested to buy it thanks email me at flores_norlan1981@ yahoo.com
Dan wrote:
Sunday, 27 October 2013 02:45:20 PHT
I have 2 mint 1906-s 1 peso coins for sale and early paper money email me and I will send pictures looking for the BEST offer. Thank you
Don Dubocq wrote:
Monday, 21 October 2013 03:15:16 PHT
I have a 1945 5 centavos with what appears to be a broken or miss-struck S Mint Mark--almost as if it were half S and half 5--it is very distinct and most unusual --Do you know anything about such an error or what ever it might be?? Thanks
JP york wrote:
Friday, 27 September 2013 05:31:43 PHT
I have a 1903 five centavo in fine condition: as well as a 1945 ten centavo in fine condition.Curious about the value....any help??
Hadee wrote:
Sunday, 22 September 2013 19:52:20 PHT
How much will you buy for my marcos 5 pesos 1975 coin? my celfone number is 09053820735
Marian joy wrote:
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 16:33:38 PHT
Hi everyone... Im selling my filipinas coins 1903-1945.. 50 cents - 1945- 1 pc 20 cents- 1903- 3 pcs 1904- 1 pc 1905- 1 pc 1907- 1 pc 1920-1945- 82 pcs 10 cents- 1907- 1 pc 1908- 1 pc 1917-1945- 132 pcs Pls contact me if you are interested:))) 09175916569 09175916569 09175916569 09175916569 09175916569
nam wrote:
Wednesday, 22 May 2013 16:23:11 PHT
i have 5,10;25 cent english series if anyone like to buy it just mail me in namanamasfilipinos@yahoo.com
Belinda wrote:
Tuesday, 21 May 2013 08:57:11 PHT
I have many old foreign coins: willing to sell all of them, i have a 1963 one centavo central bank of philippines coin. if interested in this coin of info on anything else feel free to text me @(706)499-9270
Joel wrote:
Monday, 25 March 2013 15:51:13 PHT
How much you buy for 1908 Philippines American silver coins and also 1918 Phils. American 50 cents coins.
Jenel Pinongan wrote:
Wednesday, 23 January 2013 21:48:01 PHT
Buy my piso coin year 1972-1974-1975,at marami pang iba.txt me 09991818399..
Rhoy wrote:
Tuesday, 8 January 2013 15:00:44 PHT
Im selling philippine one peso coin year 1972-1974 rizal head....Email: rhoy_decastro26@yahoo.com or txt me 09274037538
Charlie wrote:
Tuesday, 18 December 2012 19:33:00 PHT
I'm buying Old Philippine Coins 1900-1945. Obverse: "FILIPINAS", Reverse: "United States of America" Please contact 09294028274 for faster transaction :)
gershom billena wrote:
Thursday, 8 November 2012 00:25:34 PHT
Im buying old philippine coins....1972-1974 1peso coin (RIZAL HEAD)....philippine-american coins 1945 and below...also buying silver coins...contact me in interested to sell ur old coins...09205596949.
Cheridan Collado wrote:
Thursday, 4 October 2012 19:07:43 PHT
Sure po ba yung %composition ng mga coins? Ano po ang makakapag-validate nung mga values?
Carlyne Therese Beloso wrote:
Sunday, 30 September 2012 17:45:10 PHT
Pls call me Ryle. I have 24 pcs of 1 philippine peso rizal coins. pls get in touch with me, would like to know its value. hope to hear from you soon.
Bonjovi wrote:
Thursday, 9 August 2012 14:06:32 PHT
I'm selling old coins, paper money, stamps, phone cards, postal card, medals here the link of my facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/BonjovihawkStore Click photos
Ren wrote:
Thursday, 24 May 2012 14:42:42 PHT
I have some Philippines coins and i want to sell them. please contact me :)
Rex E. wrote:
Tuesday, 22 May 2012 03:54:22 PHT
Examining two coins sent by my father (long deceased) from the WWII Pacific theater. They are Philippines 5 centavos. Both have had their reverses ground off! Was this a common practice? Perhaps a political statement? I believe they were US minted>
Dominic wrote:
Friday, 4 May 2012 09:39:14 PHT
Gusto ko sanang ibenta yung 1peso coin ko na 1907 magkano ba ang halaga nun? meron pa din akong ibang coins na luma kaso ung iba cents na lang maibebenta pa kaya yun?
kip caven wrote:
Sunday, 22 April 2012 00:05:43 PHT
what would a one peso coin-4mm in diameter-in perfect shape be worth? the date is 1864-1964 thanks for your help in advance!
Franco wrote:
Tuesday, 17 April 2012 17:53:36 PHT
Marami akong old coins yung mga may nakalagay pa na US.. meron din akong mga silver bagong lipunan commemorative including yung pope john paul silver coin.. mga 1 box ang mga old coins ko.. mga collection ng lola ko pa dati.... im planning to sell those but dont know the fair market value.. can i ask for a link for a price list? if someone is interested, you can txt me @ 09228110920.. thanx
Romeo Faylona wrote:
Friday, 13 April 2012 15:26:21 PHT
I have a one peso coin with markings one side:United States of America 1905 and american eagle. Other side has one peso Filipinas. Does this coin have any value?
Derek wrote:
Monday, 19 March 2012 19:48:25 PHT
I buy and sell coins and banknotes send me an email or check out Currency Store on facebook.
Derek wrote:
Saturday, 17 March 2012 10:05:13 PHT
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Currency-Store/192130467472416 kindly check out our new page, we buy and sell coin and banknotes. thank you
Lilimay Esteban wrote:
Saturday, 10 March 2012 15:02:07 PHT
I have 2 pcs of 1909 and 2pcs of 1907 one peso coins.contact me if you are interested 09161683010 ;)
Flynn Dolino wrote:
Wednesday, 15 February 2012 21:29:35 PHT
Please help me shed some light. I'm collecting the new 1-Peso coins. I "think" I have completed it from mint years 1995 to 2011. I've noticed something weird: there's no 1-Peso coins with mint years 2005 and 2006. I've been hunting these coins for almost 2 years now. The big question: Is there such thing as a 1-Peso coin with these missing mint years? Desperately seeking the right answer for this. Thanks!
Rose wrote:
Friday, 10 February 2012 14:37:28 PHT
I'm selling my old coins 1 peso coin (1972) Jose Rizal. contact me 09162973385
Fe wrote:
Wednesday, 18 January 2012 13:37:41 PHT
We buy coins and banknotes in cebu area, text us 09493500740 or email: pesobandido@yahoo.com
Michael2ds wrote:
Friday, 13 January 2012 17:58:50 PHT
Hello i would like to know if someone has the 10,000 cory Aquino commemorative coin. im interested on buying it, contact me at 09175580812 thanks
Kathryn Dofredo wrote:
Monday, 26 December 2011 07:34:04 PHT
I am searching for several Culion Leper Colony coins to buy. My email is: kathryndofredo@yahoo.com. Thanks!
Kathryn Dofredo wrote:
Monday, 26 December 2011 06:51:53 PHT
I am searching for many Phillipine coins, including several from the Culion Leper Colony. Does anyone have these? 1918 5 centavos (mule) 1983 50 centimos (error) pithecobhago 1989 piso (3 conjoined vertical busts) 1991 piso (waterfall) 1992 piso (military head) 1991 2 piso (Elpidio Quirino) 1992 2 piso (Manuel A Roxas) 1992 2 piso (Jose Laurel) 1979-82 5 piso (Ferdinand E. Marcos) 1992 5 piso (horse head on chess board) 1994 5 piso 1976 25 piso (lady with hat) 1977 25 piso 1978 25 piso (Quezon) 1980 25 piso (Douglas Mac Arthur) 1981 25 piso (world food day) 1982 25 piso (Marcos and Reagan) 1986 25 piso (Aquino) plus several from Culion leper colony. Does anyone have any of these to sell? I can't find them anywhere! Thank you! Kathryn Dofredo email: kathryndofredo@yahoo.com
Perry wrote:
Sunday, 18 December 2011 19:26:50 PHT
I am buying old coins, my number 09065376650
Rachell wrote:
Saturday, 10 December 2011 18:32:19 PHT
i have all the coins.pls. contact me...09059129253
Robert Sanders wrote:
Wednesday, 7 December 2011 21:37:11 PHT
I have all the coins . Please contact me. robert_sanders60@live.com
Allan Bergado wrote:
Friday, 11 November 2011 13:56:37 PHT
I have many five centavo filipinas coin, any interested party pls. contact me @ 09466718907
Darwin wrote:
Friday, 11 November 2011 13:04:22 PHT
I have an old dated 1915 & 1945 if there someone interested contact me.tnx
dreamtime wrote:
Wednesday, 9 November 2011 05:53:51 PHT
Hello I am looking for a nice 1 peso coin of the year 2000 for a present. Please mail me.
Anne wrote:
Wednesday, 5 October 2011 08:03:22 PHT
Is there anyone knows what is the best solution that i can use to clean the old coins? Please help me find one. Thanks!
Elaine wrote:
Monday, 3 October 2011 19:07:59 PHT
How much do you buy 1945 FILIPINAS coins?
David wrote:
Friday, 30 September 2011 00:19:46 PHT
Hello! if anyone is interested to buy 10 peso coin year 2000 and 2001 just text me: 09166281156
Joey Garcia wrote:
Monday, 12 September 2011 13:40:37 PHT
I'm interested in buyin pre-war philippine coins, paper money, postcard pictures, etc. You can contact me at 09152202668. Many thanks.
Johnson De Asis wrote:
Sunday, 11 September 2011 21:57:56 PHT
We are selling handful of old philippine coins and bills. Also other antique items including old branded wrist watches and more. For more information, you may contact us via email or sms (09122337333).
Mary-Ann Pagulayan wrote:
Sunday, 11 September 2011 16:22:02 PHT
I just want to ask if the peso coins of the same value have equal weight? Thank you. :D
Pb wrote:
Sunday, 4 September 2011 11:33:45 PHT
We are buying old coins and banknotes on cebu island. text us: 09493500740
Jeff wrote:
Monday, 15 August 2011 10:15:41 PHT
i have 1907-1925 coins, you can add me on facebook jeffcee14@yahoo.com
Carmelo Panoncillo wrote:
Friday, 12 August 2011 12:37:26 PHT
I want to buy an authentic 1000 piso 1975 coin , please send me an email if available
Derek wrote:
Friday, 29 July 2011 20:04:35 PHT
I am looking for philippine coins pre 1900's, silver coins and banknotes of any era except those currently circulating, any commemorative coins and notes would also interest me. I am a filipino collector based in london, please send me a pictures and you pricelist, thank you! by the way you can add me on facebook and check out my coins and notes koku_banknotes@yahoo.co.uk - coleccion mundial
Fernan wrote:
Thursday, 14 July 2011 09:34:12 PHT
I also have my own share of Philippine old coins collection. You can freely visit http://zurcaledworld.blogspot.com/2011/02/numismatists-love-for-coins.html Cheerio!
Mark Anthony wrote:
Wednesday, 13 July 2011 17:22:16 PHT
Just wanna ask if how much will an 1873 Philippine peso coin worth....
gay wrote:
Sunday, 10 July 2011 16:09:12 PHT
I have 1903-1993 coins, pls contact norrence@yahoo.com for those interested to buy. thanks..
gay wrote:
Sunday, 10 July 2011 16:02:42 PHT
I have 1903-1993 coins, pls contact for those interested to buy. thanks..
pb wrote:
Friday, 1 July 2011 16:23:56 PHT
pesobandido@yahoo.com correct e addy.
pb wrote:
Friday, 1 July 2011 16:16:15 PHT
we are looking for pre 1945 coins in the cebu area! email us: pesobandido@yahh.com
Elma wrote:
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 21:45:38 PHT
I have 1-peso 1972 coins(175pcs.)and 1974 coins (50+). To those persons interested to buy just text me 09208156216 my location is in Occ. Mindoro.
Matthew Capisnon wrote:
Friday, 24 June 2011 10:05:35 PHT
Hello im Matthew im selling old Philippine coins 1901-1990 if interested just call or txt me in my sellphone number 09333726607 im live in Cabuyao laguna or email me thanks God bless
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Saturday, 18 June 2011 20:58:22 PHT
Chris, I do not use a cellphone, kindly email (seniorsilverado@yahoo.com) so we can negotiate.
Chris wrote:
Saturday, 18 June 2011 18:04:39 PHT
I have collectible coins USPI and american coins for sale, also some antique pcs and old stamps from different countries... pls txt me at 09166665888
MEL wrote:
Thursday, 9 June 2011 14:54:44 PHT
Looking for a coin collector interested in buying old coins. Ranges from 1800s to 1900s. More than 600 pcs of 1 peso (70s) and a lot of 1940s. I am in Manila. This is my email: whatchamacallit.mel@gmail.com. Does anybody know someone who can appraise them?
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Sunday, 5 June 2011 22:58:26 PHT
I am collecting only coins with Philippines, Filipinas, Manila or coins identified with our country (some old spanish coins contains the mint mark star for manila). you can email me (seniorsilverado@yahoo.com) thanks.
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Thursday, 2 June 2011 21:50:54 PHT
I want to buy old USPI Silver coins or Modern RP Commemorative silver coins. you can email me (seniorsilverao@yahoo.com), thanks...
Teddy wrote:
Monday, 30 May 2011 12:58:37 PHT
1907 1 peso - 1pc. 1907 50 centavos - 2pcs. 1944 50 centavos - 1pc. 1911 1 centavo - 3 pcs. 1879 cinco centavos - 1pc. 1975 5 pesos - 13 pcs. 1972-74 1 peso - 60 pcs. 1944-45 1 centavo - 10 pcs. 1917-18 20 centavos - 2pcs. interest may call or txt me 09291425738
Fely Sulit wrote:
Friday, 27 May 2011 09:05:16 PHT
I have some 1945 and earlier Philippine coins. please contact me at my email ad.
Lori Blue wrote:
Monday, 23 May 2011 06:10:42 PHT
I have a "2 Pesos Paper money" issued by the Leyte Emergency Currency Board #36072. It has all the signatures from Proceso Kadavero, Filemon Saavedra, and Enrique Potente. I also have several "One Centavo" and "Twenty Five Centavos" coins dated from 1944 to 1964. If interested, please email me at loriblue196405@hotmail.com. Thanks!
Fe wrote:
Thursday, 19 May 2011 19:12:14 PHT
I am interested in Philippine coins years 1945 and earlier in Cebu area. Please contact us +639493500740 or visit us on Facebook, everythingphilippines@yahoo.com or email address, newincebu42@yahoo.com.ph
Fe wrote:
Friday, 13 May 2011 15:20:39 PHT
I am interested in philippine coins years 1945 and earlier, please contact us +639493500740
Fe wrote:
Friday, 13 May 2011 11:13:52 PHT
We are interested in philippine coins. pre 1945 and below text us +639493500740
Carlos Domingo Jr. wrote:
Monday, 9 May 2011 17:42:35 PHT
Monday, 9 May 2011 17:24:48 PHT I have several 1972,1974 1.00 rizal head philippine coins if any body who is interested to purchase my collections you can send an e-mail to me at cmdomingo52@yahoo.com thanks..
Eilleen Liz Jensen wrote:
Saturday, 7 May 2011 03:21:52 PHT
I am looking for 500 peso silver commemorative coins (except people power, rizal and emilio) I can give you a good buying price because i personally collect these coins... i dont buy and sell them. I would love to own some of the 500 peso silver coins posted in SULIT.com, but they are WAAAAAYYYY overpriced. Please contact me 0917-8311833 Thank you so much. :) and by the way, im also interested to buy marcos/reagan silver 25peso coin, and leyte gulf commemorative silver coins... i am into collecting silver with denominations that are rare... :)
Frances wrote:
Thursday, 28 April 2011 16:17:46 PHT
I am selling philippine (4) 50 centavos 1972 coins,(4) 1977 1 peso coins, (1) 1976 1 peso coin and (2) 1972 25 cents coins, i will throw in additional (10) 1980's p1 peso coin all for the good price of ONLY P1000.00. contact me if you're interested at FRANCES_SHIBBY@YAHOO.COM (yahoo/facebook) or at 09173860862.
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Tuesday, 19 April 2011 19:58:06 PHT
I am interested in coins years 1945 and earlier, kindly email me please so we can communicate.. thank you very much
Neil wrote:
Tuesday, 19 April 2011 08:21:25 PHT
Can you give me the real pricing of the 1904 to 1944 1 centavo filipinas coin for both good and bad condition? thank you very much!!!
Rowena wrote:
Monday, 18 April 2011 08:28:10 PHT
I have some old peso paper bills and coins of 1940's and Japanese time. Anyone who knows the current worth of these? Where shall I trade these?
Rowena wrote:
Monday, 18 April 2011 08:27:16 PHT
I have some old peso paper bills and coins of 1940's and Japanese time. Anyone who knows the current worth of these? Where shall I trade these?
Therese M. Sarmiento wrote:
Tuesday, 12 April 2011 09:56:04 PHT
Anybody who is interested in buying old coins, we have lots here in our home sweet home... My Dad was a Coin collector... such as Philippine coins, one peso coin (MARCOS), 2 peso octagon coin (MARCOS), all peso coins in Marcos Regime and foreign old antique coins over hundred years... Please text me: 09162419338, and email me at pime_therese@yahoo.com.ph. Thanks and Godbless to all!!!
Tanjalea wrote:
Thursday, 7 April 2011 15:20:24 PHT
I have a 1931 5 centavo from United States of America Filipinas. Could anyone help me with what something like this is even worth. Thank you.
kenneth wrote:
Monday, 4 April 2011 01:02:33 PHT
where can i buy this 100,000 peso bill? please contact me at kimken2000@gmail.com
Neil wrote:
Monday, 28 March 2011 10:14:16 PHT
I have almost 400 pcs 1 filipinas/usa 1 centavo coin 1904 to 1944. some are not in good condition but you can still identify them. how much the price for each coin? if you are interested just email or text me 09053374445
Neil Sandiongco wrote:
Monday, 28 March 2011 10:05:06 PHT
I have almost 400 pcs. 1 centavo filipinas coins with USA at the back year 1906 to 1944. most of them are 1944. How much is the price for each coin? just email me if you are interested? thanks
Sarah Lee Tagura wrote:
Friday, 25 March 2011 20:01:06 PHT
I am selling a gold coin of president abraham lincoln.. if anyone who are interested please contact or call us,09282248673
caesar rana wrote:
Tuesday, 22 March 2011 14:03:53 PHT
I have 4 pcs of very old 8Reales Mexicana coins. Very big and about 91% pure silver. year 1868 to 1877. I would like to sell them if the price is right. These are unpolished and partially damaged due to high oxidation or fire but the original design are very vivid and clear. These are genuine coins. If interested, pls email me at rana_caesar@yahoo.com
Jam wrote:
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 22:40:50 PHT
i am selling my 1972 one peso coins 400pcs and 100pcs 1974 one peso coins.interested buyer contact me @ 09494877249
Resty wrote:
Wednesday, 16 March 2011 14:20:40 PHT
I have a lot of 1972 & 1974 old coins.... if u interested just txt me 09216326512
Jl wrote:
Tuesday, 15 March 2011 16:42:41 PHT
For sale, 1 cent 1942 1917 USA, 1 cent large 1877 USA, 1804 dollar lettered edge USA, 1511 Piang 34th anniversary, 1 metal statue 5 inches long found in AGNO RIVER,VISCAYA Province,Philippines, 1 piece paper money 100million KOBE,JAPAN for collection etc. cp.no.09303644484
coin 4 sale wrote:
Wednesday, 9 March 2011 02:50:59 PHT
hi! im selling my 1972 and 1974 one peso coins, interested buyers can contact me at this number 09497081158
Paumolina wrote:
Monday, 28 February 2011 03:35:21 PHT
Email sent to Mr. Allan Silverado Senor. Thank you.
James wrote:
Thursday, 17 February 2011 22:01:24 PHT
I am selling my old philippine coin 1peso year 1972-1974 and 10cents year 1944 and also a 1974 25cents.for interested buyers just txt or call at this #09064374587
Adrian Escanlar wrote:
Saturday, 12 February 2011 22:51:05 PHT
To mr. jeroen, hi sir i'm kindy new with this and after reading your pointers and my tita giving me lots of old us-phil silver peso and centavo coins with dates ranging from 1903,1904 to 1907 to 1915 to 1929,1930 up to 1944 i'm kinda hooked up and want to learn more so that i can share the infos with my anak. sir i have also a 1944 silver twenty centavos coin with D marking in great condition which i think was minted in denver umm???not sure.sir what's the difference between the said coins to the rare 1944 silver twenty centavos which they say have markings D over S? are they the same? thank you very much for the infos they help a lot we now love to collect and learn more about it and it's historical and metal content.thank you very much. ad_escanlar@yahoo.com
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Saturday, 5 February 2011 20:38:27 PHT
I thought I saw during the presentation of the new peso bills to the President, as shown in the television newscasts, that a new set of coins was also included. And they also announced that it will be issued in the later part of this year 2011. But I am not so sure.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 3 February 2011 22:32:46 PHT
Jeroen Hellingman, can you post the new designs for Philippine coin and paper money in your site. so that overseas Filipino can view them. thanks.

Please check out this new page on the new Philippine bank notes. The new designs for the coins are not yet available, as they will be introduced in 2012.--Jeroen.

kenneth wrote:
Tuesday, 1 February 2011 01:39:48 PHT
Looking for Old Philippine Paper Money For the following items: 1903 Philippine Islands 2 Silver Pesos Banknote 1908 Philippine 5 Pesos EL BANCO ESPANOL FILIPINO Banknote 1908 Philippine 10 Pesos EL BANCO ESPANOL FILIPINO Banknote 1908 Philippine Island 20 Silver Pesos Banknote 1912 Philippine Island 10 Silver Pesos Banknote 1912 Bank of Philippine Islands 50 Pesos Banknote 1912 Bank of Philippine Islands 100 Pesos Banknote 1912 Bank of Philippine Islands 200 Pesos Banknote 1916 Philippine National Bank 2 Pesos Banknote 1918 Bank of Philippine Islands 20 Pesos Banknote 1928 Bank of Philippine Islands 200 Pesos Banknote 1928 Bank of Philippine Islands 100 Pesos Banknote 1928 Bank of Philippine Islands 50 Pesos Banknote 1926 Philippine 50 Pesos Treasury Cert. Banknote 1944 Philippines 100 Pesos Victory Series Banknote 1944 Philippines 500 Pesos Victory Series Banknote Contact me at saverskit@mail.org, please send photos
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Monday, 31 January 2011 14:55:50 PHT
Thanks a lot Mr. Dee. It is very helpful to read correct information. your prices quoted follows much of the costs of several coins sold in the latest coin auction here.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Monday, 31 January 2011 02:16:08 PHT
The average buying price for u s philippine silver peso are: from grade AG to Fine condition. 1903s to 1905s is $25.00 1907s to 1910s is $16.50
Sonny wrote:
Monday, 24 January 2011 21:43:29 PHT
I have lots of one peso Philippine old coins one peso (1972)110pcs. one peso (1974)65pcs 50 cents (1907s)1pc to all interested buyers, e-mail me at mbonifacio1971@yahoo.com indicate your offer and contact number
Kristine Obial wrote:
Sunday, 23 January 2011 16:37:12 PHT
i have some old Philippine coins which i believe circulated in the 70's. how much value would this be? thanks.
Tony Bulda wrote:
Wednesday, 5 January 2011 21:31:45 PHT
I have 6 pcs of 5 pesos the bagong lipunan,all in perfect conditions...more than a hundred pieces of 1 peso (rizal) dated 1972-1974..150 pcs of 5 centavo coins dated 1944-1945..and 1 1806 britania,georgius 111 d. g. rex....how can i sell them?
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 30 December 2010 07:39:09 PHT
Gold and silver could be a good investment again by next year. many predicted gold can touch 1,650 to 1,800 dollar an ounce and silver around 50 dollar more or less. well palladium just break the record high at 800 dollar per ounce. good luck and happy new year.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 23:08:36 PHT
Part II i always buy direct from the u s mint or from an authorized dealers. in this way. all coins will most likely graded MS69 or MS70, a perfect coin. and you even have many chances to make a profit or immediate profit. specially those coins mintage is low or very popular. example is the u s five ounces america the beautiful silver coin. bullion value is around 150 dollar. you can get it around 200 dollar. and the coin is not even release to the public. the price went up as high as 600 dollar.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 23:02:23 PHT
Above quotes for old u s Philippine silver coins were for bullion value. that's mean those were graded about good to very good. grades from fine and above should command better and good price. and the extra fine to uncirculated should be super good price. as for modern commemorative silver coins. most likely to be traded as bullion value even those coins were uncirculated. unless you can find a collector willing to pay at a higher price. and remember all modern commemorative coins should be at lease uncirculated. gem brilliant uncirculated should command a better price. for me. i don't buy from dealers. dealer's coins most likely were second hand. missing this and that. mishandled and so forth. if you can find a nice good one. it will be very expensive offer from a dealer.
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 15:15:43 PHT
Thank you very much Mr. Jimmy Dee for the information. I am trying to collect old Philippine coins and can only afford the silver editions and maybe in the future some gold edition I can buy also. However, nowadays, it is very hard to find good looking coins. Most coins are defaced, with markings, some with holes, others with dents and scratches but most were abraded due to the local folks way of rubbing it down the concrete floor when playing the Cara Y Cruz (Toss Coin). I wish we can contact you and we can inquire if you know some stores or individuals we can get nice coins. Thanks a lot (seniorsilverado@yahoo.com). You will make many people very happy.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 09:14:17 PHT
As of dec 28. bullion value for the following philippine coinage. gold 1406 dollar per ounce silver 30 dollar per ounce nickel 10.82 per pound 1903 to 1906 peso bv worth P1031 each 1907 to 1912 peso bv worth P680 each 1907 to 1945 assorted bv worth P634 per peso 1975 to 82 P50 bv worth P1077 each 1975 to 82 P25 bv worth P531 each 1975 to 82 P5 bv worth P21 each
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Saturday, 25 December 2010 02:26:04 PHT
A merry x'mas and a happy new year to all coin collectors in the Philippines. greeting from new york.
Romy wrote:
Friday, 17 December 2010 19:14:32 PHT
Hello Mr. Roderick

We have a lot of 25 centavos the color is like 1 peso coin. email me at starex2000@gmail.com

roderick baltazar wrote:
Friday, 17 December 2010 04:56:50 PHT
how come i got 25 centavos but the color is like the 1 peso
gary wrote:
Friday, 10 December 2010 12:15:50 PHT
...i would like to sell my 300 pcs. 1972 philippine peso coin and they are all in excellent condition for 350 Php each. interested parties and direct buyers only may please contact me at garyramos92@yahoo.com...
icebreaker wrote:
Wednesday, 8 December 2010 18:11:42 PHT
I have Philippine 1000 Peso Gold Coin and Philippine 5000 Peso Gold Coin. Can you tell me what it is worth.
Sali Taradji wrote:
Sunday, 28 November 2010 23:14:03 PHT
I have 880pcs 1972 and 100pcs 1974 rare old peso philippine coins... selling 1000pesos each and other old rare singaporian coins... interested buyer please contact at sali_taradji@yahoo.com or call 09069744721.
Romy wrote:
Saturday, 27 November 2010 16:46:09 PHT
I am selling 1972 and 1974 one (1) peso coins available stocks 1,000 pcs. up, five (5) peso coins 1975 stocks available 1,000 pcs. up, Two (2) peso bill Bagong Lipunan, no folds Five (5) peso bill Bagong Lipunan, no fold Ten (10) peso bill Bagong Lipunan, no fold, series no. Ten (10) peso bill Bagong Lipunan, no fold, English series Twenty (20) peso bill Bagong Lipunan, no fold, series no. Fifty (50) peso bill Bagong Lipunan, no fold, series no. One hundred (100) peso Bill Bagong Lipunan, no fold, series no. 1960 Beatles Hair Pomade Large Box (100 pcs sachets) 1960 Beatles Hair Pomade Small Box (50 pcs sachets) Email me at starex2000@gmail.com or text me 09275674344
Ilen Faust wrote:
Tuesday, 23 November 2010 22:53:20 PHT
More coins to sell, interested buyers please contact me at babyfbautista@aol.com need more information about the Philippine coins during the Spanish and American era. thanks.
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Sunday, 21 November 2010 17:54:46 PHT
There are a lot of that coin (1958 25 centavo coin) being kept by province folks. It is about Hundred Pesos in very beautiful and nice like new condition. It is lower in value if there are damages or markings.
Melissa wrote:
Sunday, 21 November 2010 09:58:55 PHT
I obtained a Phillippines 1958 Twenty Five Centavos coin. Can you tell me what it is worth.
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Saturday, 20 November 2010 12:49:36 PHT
For those into serious coin collection, try to get coins in Brilliant Uncirculated (unused) conditions. They retain their value and sometimes appreciate even more through the years. To be sure, try to keep gold coins and silver coins, they will never lose their value even if they are not in beautiful condition. Other coins that retains value are those that are minted in very limited numbers. Also, try to consult older collectors. Good Luck.
Cel wrote:
Thursday, 18 November 2010 14:31:21 PHT
I have plenty of 1972 coins, i think its more than 50pcs. pls contact me if youre interested to buy..
Anaiahs wrote:
Thursday, 18 November 2010 14:00:07 PHT
Last month, may nagala dito sa amin buying old coins & sirang alahas,,, binili nya ang 1972 & 1973 one peso coin for 2000 EACH... i wonder lang, sa mga nabasa ko 380 is the highest value pero binili sa akin nung ale ng 2000.00 EACH?
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Friday, 12 November 2010 17:09:08 PHT
Ms. marikit, hindi naman indicated sa blog line mo ang email address. i would like to contact you. thanks.
Marikit wrote:
Friday, 12 November 2010 16:42:07 PHT
Who is interested of buying 1 peso coin of 1908 and 50 cents of 1904? i also have a big 5 peso coin of 1945
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Thursday, 11 November 2010 14:19:04 PHT
I have some old silver peso coins that i would like to trade for its equivalent silver centavo coins and very willing to add additional fee for your incentive. Please email me (senorsilverao@yahoo.com) and we can negotiate details of the trade.
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Friday, 5 November 2010 10:09:50 PHT
i am collecting coins and i want it in good and nice condition without any scratches, dents, lettering, markings, holes and anything that deface the coin to make it ugly and lose its true value. contact me at seniorsilverado@yahoo.com thank you very much.
Efren Canaria wrote:
Wednesday, 3 November 2010 10:44:05 PHT
I learned that my 1905 5 centavo US Philippine coin is that rare n was priced the highest in an auction. we'll i appreciate if u could help me prove this that mine is really that thing. My coins were given to me by my Mother before she passed away . I hope i can sell it then... Efren Canaria ; gomigz@yahoo.com
Marlene wrote:
Tuesday, 2 November 2010 19:17:33 PHT
To mr. allan My email ad is mdbacingan@yahoo.com. i'll post the pic of my coin in my FB. do you have an FB acct? let me know. thnx marlene
Jackie Tuason wrote:
Tuesday, 2 November 2010 14:44:49 PHT
I have a couple of old coins of 1907, 1908 and 1935 of which when flipped would be marked with United States of America and the face is Filipinas and 1958 and some other coins of the 60's , 70's & 80's. I would like to know where I can take this coins so I can get it an actual cost for each coin.
Jackie Tuason wrote:
Tuesday, 2 November 2010 14:36:22 PHT
I have a couple of old coins of 1907, 1908 and 1935 of which when flipped would be marked with United States of America and the face is Filipinas and 1958 and some other coins of the 60's , 70's & 80's. I would like to know where I can take this coins so I can get it an actual cost for each coin.
Vanni1925 wrote:
Monday, 1 November 2010 19:01:27 PHT
Hi baka po may interested magbenta ng san jose silver coin sa inyo any year po... paki txt po ako 09088621049
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Wednesday, 27 October 2010 19:51:23 PHT
To Ms.Marlene (re 25 October post), I would like to see your coins, you forgot to include your email address, so we can chat. To Mr. Frank (re 22 October post), I would also like to see the coins first and you did not include your email address, so i can chat with you..Thanks to everybody, (email me at seniorsilverado@yahoo.com)coins collecting is very interesting.
Marlene wrote:
Monday, 25 October 2010 16:53:12 PHT
I learned that my 1918 5 centavo US Philippine coin mule is that rare n was priced the highest in an auction. we'll i appreciate if u could help me prove this that mine is really that thing. My coins were my arrhae given to me by my parents when I was wed... I hope i can sell it then...
frank wrote:
Friday, 22 October 2010 22:59:58 PHT
i got some 25 peso coins i found. my father has passed and i dont have much use for them. how much do they cost? i think they are made of silver. 1981 world food day and 1880-1980 general douglas mac arthur, leyte landing october 20, 1944. . how much you wanna buy them for?
frank wrote:
Friday, 22 October 2010 22:31:29 PHT
i got some 25 peso coins i found. my father has passed and i dont have much use for them. how much do they cost? i think they are made of silver. 1981 world food day and 1880-1980 general douglas mac arthur, leyte landing october 20, 1944. . how much you wanna buy them for?
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Thursday, 21 October 2010 15:11:35 PHT
i want 25 peso and 50 peso coins, email me your selling prices at seniorsilverado@yahoo.com and let us chat. t.y.
marlene wrote:
Friday, 15 October 2010 22:40:41 PHT
You may want to buy my 1908 ten centavo coin; five centavo 1918; several 1933-1945 five centavo coins?
Allan Silverado Senor wrote:
Tuesday, 12 October 2010 21:47:55 PHT
I want to buy the 25 peso coins, kindly email me. thank you very much.
Jim wrote:
Tuesday, 5 October 2010 11:45:18 PHT
Contact me if you want to buy 09057836423
Jim wrote:
Tuesday, 5 October 2010 11:43:12 PHT
Bill i think i have the 25 cents coins but i think its only over a hundred pieces how much will you pay for it i also have many coins,,the carabao 1 peso the coonut 2 pesos the Jose Rizal 1 peso (big) 50 cents and many more
Jessie wrote:
Friday, 24 September 2010 23:11:08 PHT
I got a 1975 5 peso coin. Is it rare or not?
Bill wrote:
Wednesday, 22 September 2010 04:25:02 PHT
I am interested in buying any amount of the 25 sentisimo coins with the butterfly picture. Ideally I am looking for around 200 pieces. Please e-mail me if you have any. Thanks!
dennis wrote:
Monday, 20 September 2010 20:05:16 PHT
i am selling my US FILIPINAS coins year 1912,1916,1917,1918,1921,1929,1944,1945... contact me if you're interested to buy...@ 09228399201..thank you..
bryan wrote:
Sunday, 19 September 2010 16:46:40 PHT
i want to sell coins i have (14pcs of 1972 1peso coin)(15psc 1974 1peso coin) (1pcs 50centavos 1985) and (1pcs of tencentavos 1960)manila area or bulaca
pierre wrote:
Saturday, 18 September 2010 14:34:04 PHT
how can i buy the 5000pesos commemorative coin of Pres Ferdinand Marcos. i read and article saying that i can buy them from the central bank of the aaaPHILIPPINES. IS IT TRUE. PLEASE EMAIL ME. pierrepercival@yahoo.com
Eric Decal wrote:
Friday, 17 September 2010 13:08:35 PHT
i Have a lot of P1 One peso 1909 with united states of America Eagle at the back of the coin and One Peso Filipinas at the front.feel free to e mail me (coycatral@yahoo.com )
Lanze Lopez wrote:
Friday, 10 September 2010 11:29:07 PHT
Anyone interested in buying "Marcos 5 peso coin 1975"? I have 25 pcs. E-mail me your offer.
marie wrote:
Sunday, 5 September 2010 07:51:13 PHT
i dont have any idea on what is the value now of my 20 peso phil bill 1949,i have it 2pcs and more foreign currencies and coins,someone out there who is willing to help me pls email me or txt me at 09163406453.i really need to sell it thanks
Harton wrote:
Sunday, 29 August 2010 23:16:49 PHT
I want to sell my 1972 1peso coin. feel free to email me. hartonix@yahoo.com
Will wrote:
Friday, 27 August 2010 12:20:10 PHT
Is a Philippine 25 peso coin silver for real? how much does it worth? I have one.. bought it from a random stranger who needed money. dated 1977 with Banawe Rice Terraces print and a republica ng pilipinas on one side and on the other it says ang bagogn lipunan with logo.
Herbert wrote:
Sunday, 22 August 2010 20:38:29 PHT
I have a lot of P5 five peso coins year 1975. Who is interested? Herbert Tel:5463168
Red wrote:
Friday, 20 August 2010 11:30:50 PHT
I have a lot P1.00 1972,1974,1976 coins and P0.50 please email me if interested.. redsanchez0821@yahoo.com
Brian wrote:
Thursday, 19 August 2010 15:35:42 PHT
Hi!!! i have in my possesion some Philippine old coins... i have 65 pieces of 1972-1974 i peso coin, 16 pieces of 1932-1945 five centavo coins with united states of america encrypted at the back.. 10 pcs of 1958-1966 twenty five cents with united states of america encrypted also.... and 67 pcs of 1962-1966 ten centavos..... I'm selling the all..... email me if any one is interested and give me ur price.. and here's my # 09995277826... thank u....
Lleah wrote:
Thursday, 12 August 2010 21:10:54 PHT
I want to sell my old coin.year 1101, it is a un peso sagrado verbabero by sr. San Jose.magkano ba ang price nya?
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Tuesday, 10 August 2010 06:13:33 PHT
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Biddy wrote:
Tuesday, 10 August 2010 01:48:53 PHT
I have a 1963 "one centavo". it does not look like any of the above. is it worth anything at all?
Pearl wrote:
Sunday, 1 August 2010 22:13:02 PHT
I have 13pcs 1peso coins the big ones 1972. i also have a number of foriegn coins. email me if interested. pearl_angeli25@yahoo.com
Maricel wrote:
Friday, 30 July 2010 11:24:38 PHT
Hi!!! I have about 700 pcs of 1972-1974 one peso philippine coin, for those who are interested, kindly text me ur offers. tnx
Ronald Padua wrote:
Tuesday, 27 July 2010 19:42:53 PHT
>>>>>buying old coins 1945 below and scrap gold batangas and laguna area... call or txt 09267928371 or 043-784-4779
Richester V. Chanjueco wrote:
Friday, 23 July 2010 23:50:46 PHT
Magkano po ba bintahan ng two peso mga 1983 - 1991? i have about 5000+ pcs. email me thanks.
sai wrote:
Monday, 12 July 2010 17:43:35 PHT
is anyone here from cebu? im interested to buy the old coins and bills but i want an easier negotiation...
Juno wrote:
Thursday, 8 July 2010 00:11:26 PHT
100 pcs bundle 1949 1/2 peso uncirculated condition. no stains,never folded nor rolled or what ever.pictures can be provided upon request, anyone interested email me at jun013@yahoo.com will deal for good price.
jc wrote:
Tuesday, 6 July 2010 22:28:21 PHT
I am willing to buy the 1000 peso Marcos coin and the 5000 New Society coin. Kindly text me your last price 09065068780
Alej wrote:
Sunday, 4 July 2010 21:17:34 PHT
i have around 2,300 pieces of melchora aquino 5-centavo coin (flower shaped, 1979-1982) and around 1,000 pieces of melchora aquino 5-centavo coin (round shaped, 1970's).. does anyone here knows how much i can sell these coins per piece? mail me at alej_xander18@yahoo.conn no scams please..
seller wrote:
Saturday, 3 July 2010 20:44:31 PHT
hi everyone! " SELLING " lots of old coins here.. from diff countries also!! just email me w/ your request coin or banknotes also don't forget the dates and ill send you the pics if i had your request coin then your appraisal.. GODbless to all!!! email add: macburn@yahoo.com
seller wrote:
Saturday, 3 July 2010 20:44:01 PHT
hi everyone! " SELLING " lots of old coins here.. from diff countries also!! just email me w/ your request coin or banknotes also don't forget the dates and ill send you the pics if i had your request coin then your appraisal.. GODbless to all!!! email add: macburn@yahoo.com
seller wrote:
Saturday, 3 July 2010 20:43:37 PHT
hi everyone! " SELLING " lots of old coins here.. from diff countries also!! just email me w/ your request coin or banknotes also don't forget the dates and ill send you the pics if i had your request coin then your appraisal.. GODbless to all!!! email add: macburn@yahoo.com
jl wrote:
Saturday, 19 June 2010 18:01:50 PHT
dear sir, i would like sell my old coins if the price is right. 1. 1877 1 cent large,indian head,U.S.A. 2. 1804 1dollar lettered edge,U.S.A. 3. 1855 ISABEL 4. 1870 DEIZ GRAMOUS 5. 1975 5peso SILVER, MARCOS regime 5pcs. 6. 1pc. ANTIQUE EGYEPTIAN,5inc.long 7. 100M KOBE,JAPAN, paper money collection 8. old stamp 18th 19th century
sta. cruz bystander wrote:
Friday, 18 June 2010 19:48:59 PHT
to DRED: Sta Cruz peddlers sell 1972-1974 piso coins at 2.00 each, this means they buy the said coins around 1.00 or even lesser
dred wrote:
Wednesday, 9 June 2010 11:04:37 PHT
i have about 800 pcs. of 1972-1974 1Peso rizal head. Anyone inetested? how much po is the value? pistolerobangbang@gmail.com
rey corpuz wrote:
Sunday, 9 May 2010 08:55:49 PHT
hi everyone if you have any philippine coins for sale. please email your inventory and price. thanks reynantecorpuz@yahoo.com
raymund wrote:
Wednesday, 28 April 2010 05:03:46 PHT
to buyers of old nickel and copper coins (Rizal, Marcos Head, One Centavo etc.), i suggest the coin street peddlers of the sta. cruz-escolta area in Manila (accross Sta. Cruz church). You can actually examine and make bargain at a nominal price without the hassles of transacting via email,paypal and bankcards etc.. you can help these thriving people earn a decent living instead of buying some of these useless, obliterated scrap coins from some people who wish to clean their cabinets.
annabelle morota wrote:
Saturday, 24 April 2010 10:07:06 PHT
I found one centavo filipinas coins 1944 around 8pcs. If anyone interested email me and make offer.
joan wrote:
Friday, 23 April 2010 00:18:41 PHT
hi.. may i know what is the price of 10cents 1906, thanks contact me 09054186813
Voltaire wrote:
Tuesday, 13 April 2010 20:33:05 PHT
I have here old philippine peso coins uncleaned and in good condition. 1 pc. 5peso coin ferdinand marcos 1975 1 pc. 1peso coin 1972 7 pc. 50cent coins interested buyers, just text me 09081718905
JaaanLeeyy wrote:
Tuesday, 13 April 2010 17:18:00 PHT
Hi .. I just want to ask the value of this coin, [Melchora Aquino 5 centavo coin "Ang Bagong Lipunan",1981] I only have one.. does anybody know? TY
Krishna wrote:
Sunday, 11 April 2010 08:17:55 PHT
Old coins whether in good or bad condition, for me, remain treasures of our heritage.
Krishna wrote:
Saturday, 10 April 2010 03:33:29 PHT
So called "numismatist" buyers would buy your old silver coins on obvious "melt-down" or "scrap metal" price (usually 10-15 pesos per gram) on the pretext they are considering the "condition" of your coin. They even ask you not to clean your coin (though they'll buy it like scrap just the same). Its a pity when you find out these people bid your coins on the web at prices 1000 percent higher of their buying price.

It is up to the seller to be aware of what he is selling just as much as it is up to buyer to be aware of what he is buying. Many worn-down silver coins are indeed worth their scrap metal value: there are plenty of them in better condition to supply the demand of collectors (and price is all about supply and demand). The warning against polishing coins is also easy to understand: it destroys the details of the coin, and thereby diminishes its value. Now once in a while, a coin trader will come across something really valuable in a lot, and then you can't blame them selling it at the market value, but most of the time, their margins won't be thousand to one (and prices asked are certainly not prices realized).--Jeroen.

Lina wrote:
Friday, 19 March 2010 11:28:16 PHT
Thursday, 18 March 2010 10:28:37 PHT Hi, I have here few 1 peso coins (1972), bronze one centavo coins (1944), and silver 5 centavo coins ( 1914-1915)...Can you please e-mail me your prices for them- or txt me on any of these #... Thanks...09153678132 or 09286553102
Lina wrote:
Thursday, 18 March 2010 10:28:37 PHT
Hi, I have here few 1 peso coins (1972), bronze one centavo coins (1944), and silver 5 centavo coins ( 1914-1915)...Can you please e-mail me your prices for them- or txt me on any of these #... Thanks...09153678132 or 09286553102
Jun wrote:
Wednesday, 17 March 2010 14:08:31 PHT
Hi.. Got this 1928-1938 One Centavo Bronze coin filipinas and the back of it is a United States of America with a symbol or marked of an U.S. Eagle. Got seven pieces of it here that i would like to sell. And also i have this 1964 Half Penny Australia with the face of Regina.F:D:Elizabeth II DEI GRATIA Anyway, name your price by a text or call at 09303867716 +639303867716 or email at jvgayoso@yahoo.com Thanks...
Yin wrote:
Monday, 15 March 2010 19:09:45 PHT
I have Philippine coins under U.S. Sovereignty 5CENTAVOS - ONE PESO from year 1907-1945. CONTACT: yinzordich@yahoo.com
Jared wrote:
Saturday, 6 March 2010 10:52:23 PHT
Does anyone know what the worth of a 1975 1000 piso marcos coin?
Gyle wrote:
Thursday, 4 March 2010 22:06:04 PHT
Hi, I have coin collections that i've been wondering if it can be sold. If anyone is interested. This is my cellphone 09272511365
Bluehooter wrote:
Monday, 1 March 2010 21:23:02 PHT
Pwede malaman kung magkano maibebenta ang 1969 1peso coin ko? pls email me. thanks. by the way, iisa lang yon
Shirley wrote:
Friday, 26 February 2010 05:27:37 PHT
How can I find out what the value of a 1970 coin that says on 1 side "REPUBLIKA NG PILIPINAS" & has a crest or shield with 3 stars at top, something with rays coming from it under that and then something that looks like an eagle on the left and a lion on the right under that. On the other side it has a profile of a man's headm it says 10 under the head, at top it says SAMPUNG SENTIMOS. Behind the head on the right hand side it says Francisco....it has a last name but I can't tell what it is. Thank you in advance for any help you can give me.
ej wrote:
Saturday, 20 February 2010 13:19:00 PHT
Would like to ask how much would one 20 dollar liberty head gold coin cost?
Chris wrote:
Saturday, 20 February 2010 04:46:32 PHT
I'm interested in buying US-Philippine coins. Please email me at chris@hparchs.com if you are selling your coins.
Sherwin wrote:
Wednesday, 10 February 2010 14:47:59 PHT
I'm selling my old coins: Philippine Coins: USA-Filipinas 1 cent 1929, 1931, 1938, 1944 5 cents 1938, 1944, 1945 10 cents 1944 20 cents 1944, 1945 _____________ 1 cent 1962 5 cents 1968, 1974, 1987 10 cents 1958, 1960, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1966, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1967, 1968, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1981, 25 cents 1964, 1966, 1967, 1971, 1972, 1976, 1977, 1978 50 cents 1964, 1972 1 peso 1972, 1974 5 pesos 1975 Foreign Coins: Australia: 1 dollar 1986 2 1978 10 1973 Canada: 1 cent 1973, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1997, 1998 5 cents 1979, 1981, 1984 10 cents 1979, 1984, 1996, 1998, 1999 25 cents 1969, 1980, 1981, 1993, 1996 Dollar 1988, 1991 2 dollars 1996 Dominican Republic: 25 cents 1967 France: 20 F 1967 Germany: 1 Pfennic 1950 2 Pfennic 1976 10 Pfennic 1949, 1950 5 deutsche Mark 1975 Hong Kong: 1 cent 1902 10 cents 1949, 1950, 1960, 1961, 1982 1 dollar 1960 Indonesia: 25 rupiah 1971 50 rupiah 1971 Italy: 5 lira 1982 50 L 1956, 1978, 1979 Singapore: 1 cent 1976, 1978, 1984 5 cents 1988, 1989 10 cents 1971, 1980, 1986, 1987, 1989 20 cents 1973, 1985 50 cents 1985 1 dollar 1988 U.S.A. 1 cent 1951, 1969, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1979, 1986 5 cents 1962, 1980, 1991, 1995, 1998, 2003 1 Dime 1965, 1966, 1969, 1970, 1985 Quarter Dollar 1966 My contact Number: 09298812200
P wrote:
Tuesday, 9 February 2010 08:26:29 PHT
I have Rare/uncirculated MORGAN Dollar Silver Coins and Abraham Lincoln nickle coins. im planning to dispose some of my collection to buy more expensive coins when i go back in the U.S. GREAT Investment. The coins are highly accepted AROUND THE WORLD + The VALUE is currently going up due to price of silver and rare coins in the World Market. contact me at 0922-811-0040 (Location Metro Manila)
Jules wrote:
Saturday, 30 January 2010 12:07:54 PHT
Hello... i have with me stamps and coin collections that i kept for almost 20 years now.. of course, from different countries, all over the world. if you are interested to buy, just email me or contact me with this number: 09195677899
Windy wrote:
Monday, 25 January 2010 19:08:25 PHT
We've got some old coins at home but i doubt that my mother would want to sell it. ..she say's that they are hers so no one is allowed to sell it. ..i also think that she does not intend sell them all. .
Windy wrote:
Monday, 25 January 2010 15:51:06 PHT
It may be 3 years late but still i would like to thank the person who answered my question regarding coins and asterisk...really apologise for the delay..
David Kropf wrote:
Monday, 25 January 2010 04:10:09 PHT
Thank you for the information on this page, however I still cannot locate information on the coin that I inherited from my father. It is a 1969 Emilio Aguinaldo Repulika NG Pilipinas Piso silver conin. on the front, the bust of Emilio Aguinaldo and the dates 1869-1969 (his life?) Above his face it says Iksandaang Taong Kaarawan. Can you give me any information on this? Thank you so much for your time! David Kropf
PAUL J. FORD wrote:
Tuesday, 19 January 2010 04:16:00 PHT
I have a Philippine coin of 25 centavos, 1966. it sounds like a silver coin. Could you verify for me if the Philippines minted silver coins still in 1966? Thank you.
anthony wrote:
Tuesday, 5 January 2010 03:58:19 PHT
Hi! I'm looking for a serious buyer of my entire coin collection. Lot of 1903-1975 coins for sale. 465 pieces. Please email or text me your best offer for the entire collection if you're interested. Thanks! toniogonzales@yahoo.com 0917-8017433
erick wrote:
Monday, 4 January 2010 21:37:29 PHT
i cannot find any coun history for the project ok my son,Isend you a description of the coins i hope you will send me a answer thanks
tophee wrote:
Monday, 4 January 2010 14:54:14 PHT
I buy old coins particularly 1903-1912, 1936 1 peso coins. I am no dealer, just a serious collector of USA-Philippines territorial coins so you are assured of higher appraisal for your coins. I live in Baguio City but even if you are in Mindanao, I can transact with you. You are assured of honest transactions, I will give details on how you will be assured and guaranteed, if you are serious with selling your goods. email me at topheem@yahoo.com
erick wrote:
Monday, 4 January 2010 12:03:23 PHT
please send us pictures of old coins and description of each coin to be used as a project to be submitted tom. thank you
Rey wrote:
Monday, 28 December 2009 20:13:33 PHT
mag-ingat sa mga seller ng coins sa forum na ito maraming overpriced lalo na yung nagtitinda ng FAKE 1906 coins kuno. better to ask DIC alam nya ang market price.

Thanks for the hint, I've added a small section to the article for coin collectors.--Jeroen.

DIC wrote:
Sunday, 27 December 2009 15:33:36 PHT
@ GINA to give you an idea in selling your coins. Your 1908 sells for about P350-400 now (P280 is the price now being offered by dealers so dont sell to them). Higher if its in great condition (dont clean it it lowers its value among collectors). Your 1945 5 centavos is worth as scrap metal unless its in uncirculated condition.your 1932 you could get scrap metal price or P30-P80 depending on condition. the 1945 50 cents is only worth its silver bullion value wc is around P200 at today's market unless it is in uncirculated condition.
gina christine gagarin wrote:
Monday, 21 December 2009 13:49:10 PHT
I'm looking for buyers of US - Philippine old coins (1908 - one peso coin, 1932 five centavos coin, 1944 fifty centavos and five centavos coins and 1945 five centavos coin). Interested buyers may email me at tinette0305@yahoo.com Thank you.
mishka wrote:
Monday, 14 December 2009 08:39:54 PHT
i just like to ask regarding the 10peso coins dated 2000 and 2001 is there truth to the rumors that it can be sold for higher it's value? please email me @mishkasamro@hotmail.com for any comments thank you...
jerose2 wrote:
Friday, 20 November 2009 18:45:24 PHT
dear sir, for sale, 1 DOLLAR with chinese mark, 1 d0llar 1804 lettered edge, 100 million kobe,japan,paper money for c0llection.1pc., 1 pc. EGYPTIAN ANTIQUE, 5 inc. tall, old stamps, 1 cent large 1877 U.S.A., etc. cp.no.09095888777 jerose2 thanks, in god we trust.
shavey wrote:
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 16:40:00 PHT
kurt_051204@yahoo.com 09153987085
shavey wrote:
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 16:38:08 PHT
selling old banknotes pls email me,tnx
shavey wrote:
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 16:28:04 PHT
im looking for a buyer of my inherited old banknotes,, pls email me,,,thankz
Jerry wrote:
Friday, 23 October 2009 12:26:15 PHT
I am interested in knowing the value of the Philippine coins from WW2, most I have seen are dated 1944. Also we need to start a campaign to partition the Philippine government to come up with a 20 piso coin to replace those filthy 20P banknotes.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Friday, 23 October 2009 03:11:57 PHT
have you guys buy 2009w american buffalo bullion uncirculated one ounce gold coin from the u s mint?. price is around $1,135 more or less. on october 29, the u s int will sell 2009w american buffalo one ounce gold proof to the collectors at $1,360 each.
Mely wrote:
Sunday, 18 October 2009 21:05:06 PHT
I would like to ask how much is the 1972 & 1974 1 Peso coin and the 1974 & 1967 50cents worth now? Many thanks. Reply is much appreciated.
Mary Christine wrote:
Monday, 5 October 2009 17:03:11 PHT
Hi! Because of the tropical storm Ondoy, we had a general cleaning in the house and we found some old Philippine coins that we wished to sell. I have a lot of the 1peso that is big and heavy, the one with a carabao at the back, one with Rizal (the big coin, not the new one which is a small coin), i also have a lot of 2peso coin, fifty centavos (Marcelo H. del Pilar), 1centavos (Lapu-Lapu), 5centavos (Melchora Aquino), 10centavos (with the fish at the back), i also have a few of 5peso coin (Marcos, dated 1975), and only one of 20centavo coin year 1944. If you wish to buy please so text or call me my phone number is 09165930224, thank you and God bless (",)
Danny wrote:
Wednesday, 30 September 2009 02:18:05 PHT
To those collecting world coins, i have lots of duplicate european coins especially austrian and german coins from the 1880"s upwards. you can email me for your want list. thank you.
Mishka Friero wrote:
Tuesday, 29 September 2009 08:45:22 PHT
I just like to ask regarding the 10peso coins dated 2000 and 2001 is there truth to the rumors that it can be sold for higher it's value? please email me @mishkasamro@hotmail.com for any comments thank you...
Jimmy dee wrote:
Friday, 25 September 2009 08:24:07 PHT
I would like to know about the current situation at the Philippine numismatic and antiquarian society. is the club still exist?. where can i contact them?. any e-mail address, phone or club address available?. and finally. Who is in charge?. Thanks.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 24 September 2009 12:02:42 PHT
I hope the Philippine government or the central bank of the Philippines will produce bullion uncirculated silver one ounce coin each year. the size, thickness, weight and diameter will be similiar to the american eagle. we can call it Philippine eagle. obverse using the 1903 obverse silver peso design. and the back or reverse using the Philippine eagle together with its philippine seal or central bank seal. remember we are also the producing gold and silver country. Australia and china can do it. we hope we can too. And i also remembered during 1975 - 1982. we produced a series of silver and gold commemorative coins. p.s. a proof version for collectors is also welcome.
Mariz wrote:
Wednesday, 23 September 2009 09:04:58 PHT
I hv 15c silver coin Filipinas on 1 side and United States of America 1904 on the other side. Another $1 silver coin United States of America In God We Trust on 1 side and E.PLURIBUS.UNUM 1900 on the other side. How rare are these? Hw mch worth?
Jimmy dee wrote:
Wednesday, 23 September 2009 02:06:46 PHT
To jeroen: Tell us if the Philippines silver coins minted during 1944 and 1945 were restruck for use during 1946 - 1957. i remembered during 1950's. i used to change rolls of uncirculated silver coins every year. and all were dated 1944 or 1945. is that the coins were minted every year with the same year 1944 or 1945?. why?. tell us. thanks.
Glenn Tipon wrote:
Sunday, 13 September 2009 21:27:05 PHT
anyone or coin collectors, who are interested to buy a century old peso coin (P1.00) yr 1903 and other commonwealth old bank notes. to those interested pls email us thru glenn_dhang@yahoo.com or call us at 7102266
Jonah wrote:
Wednesday, 9 September 2009 13:15:56 PHT
Good day! There are some stores in our place somewhere in Mindanao that doesn't accept the 5- cents and 10-cents anymore...is this legal? What we are going to do with it? It seems that our kids will show no value with that centavo anymore...and I don't want that...I want to teach my kids that every single centavo has a great value... thank you...
Je wrote:
Thursday, 3 September 2009 20:22:34 PHT
I have Japanese invasion money, 5 cent= 27 pieces, 5 pesos= 2 pieces, 1 peso= 5 pieces, 10 pesos= 75 pieces, 100 pesos= 40 pieces and 21 pieces 1 peso Jose Rizal coin interested buyer make me an offer pls email me jsantos99no@yahoo.com
queenie wrote:
Thursday, 27 August 2009 12:43:03 PHT
i'm selling old Philippine coins: P1 1972, Rizal Head, 15 pcs; P380/pc. P1 1974, Rizal Head, 5 pcs; 380/pc. P5 1975, Marcos Head, 2 pcs; 400/pc. **can be bought a piece. **price is negotiable. if interested, please contact me at 09098591439 or e-mail me at quin_srife02@yahoo.com
earl perez wrote:
Saturday, 22 August 2009 11:04:43 PHT
I'm selling my 1 peso coins Jose Rizal head 1972 1974 and 50 centavo 1964, interested buyer pls email me...or contact me at 0916-6975210, email at perezearl@yahoo.com
manilagalleontrade wrote:
Thursday, 20 August 2009 00:20:38 PHT
Please visit my web page Virtual Musuem of Philippine Colonial Coinage www.manilagalleontrade.webs.com.
Jhobz wrote:
Tuesday, 18 August 2009 10:26:57 PHT
I had a lot of old Philippine coins. email me @ jhobz_lopez@yahoo.com.ph for info.im interested in buying rizal head year 1970-1971.just send me an e-mail.
marti wrote:
Monday, 17 August 2009 14:23:30 PHT
I have one alfonso xii de peso 1882. any interested pls send email at Edwin_Martinez41@yahoo.com.thanks
chito aglubat wrote:
Saturday, 8 August 2009 17:21:41 PHT
i have 7 pcs 5 peso marcos 1975 coins, 1pc 1978 and 1pc 1982 1ve selling this for 5,000 pesos of each if you interested pls contact this number 09193124564...thank you,
chito aglubat wrote:
Saturday, 8 August 2009 17:21:13 PHT
i have 7 pcs 5 peso marcos 1975 coins, 1pc 1978 and 1pc 1982 1ve selling this for 5,000 pesos of each if you interested pls contact this number 09193124564...thank you,
roland rei espeleta wrote:
Saturday, 8 August 2009 13:21:31 PHT
kung mayrong interested sa 10 peso 1988 silver coin na people power edsa revolution tawag lang kau sa number na to 09085044596
rael toledo wrote:
Saturday, 1 August 2009 16:28:05 PHT
i have a 48pcs of Jose Rizal 1970 coins and 1972 if ur interested just text me 09282288668
Jeffrey wrote:
Friday, 17 July 2009 10:04:16 PHT
I have old paper bills commonwealth time. I'm selling it now.
Ashley wrote:
Saturday, 11 July 2009 19:23:27 PHT
I have a Philippine peso dated 1903, just 1 piece, im just curious about its value today. Anyone interested email me at snubman@gmail.com
noel villa wrote:
Tuesday, 7 July 2009 15:56:16 PHT
i have about 1400 pcs of 1972 & 1974 1 peso rizal head. anyone interested? villa_noel25@yahoo.com
raymund wrote:
Monday, 6 July 2009 23:44:13 PHT
i have a lot of one centavo coins 1935 bout 2000 pcs which i wish to dispose,can anyone help me?pls emai me at r_barcoms@yahoo.com.ph
Michael R. wrote:
Sunday, 28 June 2009 16:00:09 PHT
Hi there, If anyone has actual Phil coins 2000-2009, just send me an email. I'm also looking for the official coin sets 2009 and the private makes of 1995 through 1999.THX. mika-r@gmx.de
Wins wrote:
Tuesday, 23 June 2009 06:23:24 PHT
I have a Philippine National Bank Ten Pesos Bill circa 1937 with George Washington on the print. any collectors interested please drop me a message or call 0922 837 83 06.
Mina wrote:
Monday, 22 June 2009 20:14:21 PHT
I have a lot of Marcos 1975 5 peso coins which I wish to dispose of. Can anyone help me? Thanks Please email me at minamonfort@yahoo.com
daniel wrote:
Sunday, 14 June 2009 16:31:02 PHT
i am selling my 1972 0ne peso coin 20 pcs.
John Enrique Santos wrote:
Wednesday, 10 June 2009 19:16:54 PHT
I'm selling my 1975 Marcos 5 peso coins (3 pcs) 1941 US one cent 1971 one peso coin text me if ur intrsted +639238263791 johnenriquesantos@yahoo.com.ph
Jasson wrote:
Friday, 5 June 2009 21:39:37 PHT
anybody who sells old paper bills here? pls email me
carlo macasaet wrote:
Wednesday, 3 June 2009 12:18:05 PHT
ihave 1882 50'c peso coin, 1907 1 peso coin,1918 50'c and 1944 20'c coins..interested buyer pls email me at crmacasaet@gmail.com...
carlo macasaet wrote:
Tuesday, 2 June 2009 10:22:01 PHT
i have a 1882 50'c peso, 1907 1 peso and 1918 50'c peso..how much will it cost?
leo wrote:
Wednesday, 20 May 2009 10:19:38 PHT
i have a set of phil coins before and starting 1903, likewise several international old coins...if interesred contact leo or pol at 09228585119 or at polsky15@ yahoo.com
bernaliza wrote:
Wednesday, 13 May 2009 17:37:36 PHT
below are some of my old coins and i wanted to sell them. if you're interested pls text me @0915-8775720 200 pcs - 1 peso coin, rizal head(1972-1974) 20 pcs - 50 centavo coin (1964) 10 pcs - 10 centavo coin (1972) 2 pcs - 1 US dollar coin (1972)
dani wrote:
Wednesday, 6 May 2009 22:57:31 PHT
i have 1 peso coin (1972 and 1974); 1 cent (1944) and 5 peso coin (1975) anyone interested pls email me at danilo.oliverosjr@gmail.com or text/call me at 09157917201
jennielyn fernandez wrote:
Thursday, 23 April 2009 22:39:45 PHT
I have a jar of 1972-1974 one peso philippine coin.. (RIZAL) anyone who are interested buyer kindly email me mz_suave_60287@yahoo.com tnx
wee wrote:
Wednesday, 15 April 2009 17:40:25 PHT
i have bag full of 1peso and 5pesos japanese era....want to buy?pls contact # 09107594705 and 045-4914487
DIC wrote:
Tuesday, 31 March 2009 12:54:28 PHT
@jimmy dee 31,000 pieces, 99% u.s. gold and silver coins and 1% modesty.
bobby wrote:
Sunday, 29 March 2009 14:12:00 PHT
i have several pieces of old(1974) 1peso coin and 5peso coins. if interested give me a call at 09154488654
bobby wrote:
Sunday, 29 March 2009 14:11:05 PHT
i have several pieces of old(1974) 1peso coin and 5peso coins. if interested give me a call at 09154488654
oji wrote:
Saturday, 21 March 2009 13:38:03 PHT
I have 1970's 2 peso bill with dissimilar serial number on 2 sides. it was undetected and was released from central bank for general circulation. it is now no longer in circulation. Any collector wants to buy? just e-mail me at ojitech_computer@yahoo.com so that i can send you scanned image. thanks
jimmy dee wrote:
Wednesday, 18 March 2009 08:45:53 PHT
i got 800 pieces of uncirculated 1980 centavo. and 100 pieces of 1947 gen. macarthur brilliant uncirculated half peso. 300 pieces of 1907-12 one peso. 80 pieces of 1903-06 one peso. total number of coins that i collect stand at 31,000 pieces. 99% were u.s. gold and silver coins. i never sell a single piece.
mhAu wrote:
Thursday, 12 March 2009 15:47:00 PHT
unit Old coin front back year 1 1 sentimo Square shape Lapu-lapu image 1979 1 5 sentimo Melchora aquino's image 1970 1 5 sentimo Flowered shape Melchora aquino's image 1980 1 5 sentimo Melchora aquino's image 1983 1 5 centavos United states of america 1945(printed word with image) Five centavos filipinas(printed word) 1 10 sentimo Francisco baltasar's image 1972 2 10 sentimo Pandaka pigmea(fish image) Francisco baltasar's image 1982 2 10 sentimo Francisco baltasar's image 1983 2 25 sentimo Juan luna's image 1967 1 25 sentimo Juan luna's image 1968 1 25 sentimo Juan luna's image 1970 2 25 sentimo Juan luna's image 1981 1 25 sentimo Butterfly image Juan luna's image 1984 1 25 sentimo Butterfly image smaller than 25 sentimo 1984 Juan luna's image 1994 3 50 sentimo Marcelo del pilar's image 1967 1 50 sentimo Marcelo del pilar's image 1972 3 1 piso Jose rizal's image 1874 1 1 piso Anga mindorensis(carabao's image) Jose rizal's image 1987 1 1 piso Republika ng pilipinas(printed word with image) Araw ng kagitingan 1942 1992 ika-50 anibersaryo (pinted word with image) 1 2 piso Cocos nuciferus(coconut's tree image) Andres bonifacio's image 1990 1 5 piso Pterocarpus indigus(image of rose) Emilio aguinaldo's image 1992 Old coin collectors I'm selling these old coins for inquiries here's my contact number(09224462550) look for: Ms. Acosta,Maureen Mae A. Or e-mAil me rakiztagurl_21@yahoo.com.ph
rico wrote:
Monday, 9 March 2009 21:21:46 PHT
i had a spanish philippine old coins dated 1847, 1885 and some 17century, i want know how much value of it....
chris wrote:
Tuesday, 24 February 2009 14:36:25 PHT
i have 1972 Philippine coins. i want to sell it,..if u want it.. call me at 09216753638, thanks..
Michael wrote:
Thursday, 19 February 2009 22:17:45 PHT
What can you say about the rumors circulating and an episode of the GMA7 "Imbestigador" about Philippine 10 peso coins dated 2001 containing gold, if not, then why is there someone buying it for a higher amount allegedly bought it for P150?, I have theory that somebody inside BSP have intentionally put gold in it and somehow collect it outside BSP, NBI should investigate this issue, if there are anomaly going on inside BSP.

I think it is total hogwash... The production process of coins doesn't allow you to easily change the slabs from which coins are made, and gold is kept in saves far away from coin production plants. Reminds me of the story by Helen Mary Fee cited in this article about brand new copper coins taken for gold.--Jeroen.

Bimbim wrote:
Friday, 13 February 2009 19:20:58 PHT
My classmate gave me a 2-peso coin dating from 1984. It's shape is not a circle but a 10 sided regular polygon. Its front face is Andres Bonifacio and its back side is Cocos Nucifera (coconut tree). I was wondering if it is a genuine coin.

Such coins where common some 15 years ago. I still have one just for keepsake.--Jeroen.

j wrote:
Sunday, 8 February 2009 16:35:05 PHT
i have a lot of assorted philippine coins with dates from the 50's-70's. I'm wondering if any of them contain silver or are made of silver? Thanks.
xenia wrote:
Sunday, 8 February 2009 09:31:57 PHT
I have 1 peso philippine coin under american occupation 1907. i want to sell it.
arlyn wrote:
Saturday, 7 February 2009 13:52:17 PHT
I have an 1810 argentinian money ina 1,000,000 denomination. if interested pls call or txt me 09202616925
jimmy dee wrote:
Thursday, 5 February 2009 00:41:47 PHT
try to buy coins from the usmint.gov you can make money on it.
Crissy wrote:
Friday, 30 January 2009 11:32:20 PHT
hi can someone help if how much does old coins cost im planning to sell it. like 10 centavos dated 1917 and 1910, 50 cents dated 1908-1921 and 20 cents dated 1908-1920. email me at maricris_22@yahoo.com or txt me in my number +639173600864 thank you and for those who are interested to buy youre very much welcome.
sicnarf wrote:
Wednesday, 28 January 2009 12:02:48 PHT
I have 3 2001 10 peso,anyone's interested just send me an email..chito_sicnarf003@yahoo.com
Gerryboyy wrote:
Tuesday, 27 January 2009 13:52:09 PHT
hi. i have 3 pieces 1948 ten centavo coin in my possesion. im selling them should u be interested e mail me at gerryboyy@yahoo.com.ph tnx
golf wrote:
Friday, 23 January 2009 01:54:55 PHT
hi every one my name is golf i stay in thailand and sure i collect coin and iwant philippine coin usa serie who want to trade with thai coin u can sent e mail to me at magicman58@hotmail.com i will sent my thaicoin or anycoin around the world to u for exchant thank for your attenttion
charity palma wrote:
Tuesday, 20 January 2009 22:33:27 PHT
i have here an old coins 1908.1peso..anyone's interested just send me an email.charity
Ernie Sarmiento wrote:
Monday, 12 January 2009 09:14:47 PHT
I have a 1 Peso US/Philippine coin dated 1907 and a 1944 50 centavos coin they are both silver.
Aisha wrote:
Wednesday, 7 January 2009 15:18:39 PHT
I have a 1941 one-centavo philippine coin which i found under my grandmother's cabinet, been there for decades apparently and i thought maybe i'd sell it cause i really have no use for it and im not a big fan of collecting. contact me if you are interested in buying it. 09223023480.
Rowell C. Rivera wrote:
Tuesday, 6 January 2009 17:11:01 PHT
Anyone wants to buy my 100 pcs. 1970 1 Peso Coins just email me...
harry wrote:
Tuesday, 30 December 2008 18:15:24 PHT
i see some people selling coins here? I am interested in buying old silver coins. 1907-1910 1 peso's. also 1907-1945 50 centavo's. send me a email if you have any for sale at reasonable price. Harry
oneseven wrote:
Friday, 26 December 2008 13:27:45 PHT
i.have.a.fifty.centavo.coin..dated.1958.anybody.interested. in.buying.it.for.ur.collection? 09227809177
Prettie Go wrote:
Tuesday, 23 December 2008 12:14:12 PHT
I have 3 100 peso bills and 4 10 peso bills dating back to the Japanese Government. I was wondering where I could sell it or perhaps if a museum is interested. Just contact me. 09228352259. Thanks and Happy Holidays!
aivan wrote:
Saturday, 20 December 2008 13:34:42 PHT
hello tony if your coins are stil intact i am very interested in your 1906 coin how much will you sell it hope it is affordable
aivan wrote:
Saturday, 20 December 2008 13:33:58 PHT
hello tony if your coins are stil intact i am very interested in your 1906 coin how much will you sell it hope it is affordable
aivan wrote:
Saturday, 20 December 2008 13:31:30 PHT
informational and interesting and may i call the attention of tony who have 1906 coin i am particularly interested in this coin
deney wrote:
Monday, 15 December 2008 13:51:10 PHT
I have some philippine coins 1 peso 1972,1974,1975,1978. i have also 1962 twenty centavo philippines coins. 09103816267
ivy wrote:
Monday, 15 December 2008 09:20:33 PHT
I have 2000-2003 10 peso coins (4 coins available) which they said it could make it into a ring and it has gold in it. limited offer. contact me at 09158745632. it ain't joking.

This is a well-known hoax (nonsense story). There is no gold in those bi-metal 10 peso coins.--Jeroen

yen wrote:
Sunday, 14 December 2008 23:54:39 PHT
anyone who wants to buy phil-u.s coins , pls text or call 09274249612 or email me....
dene wrote:
Tuesday, 9 December 2008 17:05:56 PHT
i have 1970s coins. forsale! txt me at 09103816267
Cha wrote:
Tuesday, 2 December 2008 14:13:31 PHT
i have philippine money: *1 peso,,10 peso and 100 peso the japanese government.:.. *50 cents and 10 peso central bank of the philippine issue.. * ang bagong lipunan philippine money. 2 peso and coins... * 50 cents "PITHECOBHAGA JEFFERYL"(1983) * AMERICAN GOVERNMENT MONEY: 1 PESO(1904)AND MORE.. TXT OR EMAIL ME::: :( 09158659273 ) : animalcule28@yahoo.com i also have old: 1 riyal (saudi money) 1 rupee (government of pakistani) 1000 yen (japanese money)
zsacha77 wrote:
Saturday, 8 November 2008 20:19:41 PHT
I have a handful of different old coins denominations, if interested you can call or text me at 09274785560 or you can IM or email me at zsacha77@yahoo.com 1844- 1 pc 1 Peso Rizal head 1972- 52 pcs 1974- 15 pcs 50 cents 1964- 1pc 1967-13 pcs 1971-5 pcs 1972- 52 pcs 1974- 6 pcs 25 cents 1964- 1pc 1966-5pcs 1962-1pc 5cents 1945- 8pcs 1944-5pcs 1cent 1933-5pcs 1944- 5pcs
avada wrote:
Friday, 7 November 2008 13:56:51 PHT
i have a united nations' 25th anniversary sterling silver medallion. if youre interested in buying it, you may contact me at 09167928604.
Glenn wrote:
Tuesday, 4 November 2008 22:26:55 PHT
I found a new item note williamsport, PA. establish 1864. a round bronze with a weight of 2kls. i know that its really antique. So to those interested buyer buy this item.contact me email:redglenn1to@yahoo.com #09106723138
Glenn wrote:
Tuesday, 4 November 2008 22:24:33 PHT
I found a new item note williamsport, PA. establish 1864. a round bronze with a weight of 2kls. i know that its really antique. So to those interested buyer buy this item.contact me email:redglenn1to@yahoo.com #09106723138
Glenn wrote:
Tuesday, 4 November 2008 22:06:25 PHT
I have "Un peso sagrado verdadero dated 1101." if you are interested buy this item.Email: redglenn1to@yahoo.com or tex me# 09106723138
Glenn wrote:
Tuesday, 4 November 2008 22:05:58 PHT
I have "Un peso sagrado verdadero dated 1101." if you are interested buy this item.Email: redglenn1to@yahoo.com or tex me# 09106723138
Justin wrote:
Tuesday, 28 October 2008 23:03:22 PHT
How can I post a pic?

Just email it to me. I currently have no way to post images in user comments, but if nice, can add pics to the article.--Jeroen.

Justin wrote:
Tuesday, 28 October 2008 21:58:44 PHT
Recently I found an emergency currency note from GUIUAN, SAMAR on Jan 1, 1943. The note is stamped with a large purple 20c. Wondering if anyone is interested

The webmaster of this site is always very much interested in receiving high-resolution scans of Philippine currency notes, especially of rare WW2 emergency notes, and pre-WW2 currency.--Jeroen

Zsacha77 wrote:
Monday, 20 October 2008 16:22:10 PHT
I have a handful of different old coins denominations, if interested you can call or text me at 09274785560 or you can IM or email me at zsacha77@yahoo.com 1844- 1 pc 1 Peso Rizal head 1972- 52 pcs 1974- 15 pcs 50 cents 1964- 1pc 1967-13 pcs 1971-5 pcs 1972- 52 pcs 1974- 6 pcs 25 cents 1964- 1pc 1966-5pcs 1962-1pc 5cents 1945- 8pcs 1944-5pcs 1cent 1933-5pcs 1944- 5pcs
DREW wrote:
Saturday, 20 September 2008 18:56:50 PHT
Anyone interested in buying old peso coins? Please contact me at 09192112258. Please see below for the details: Php1.00 (One Peso) 1972- 1046pcs, 1974- 431pcs Php5.00 (Five Pesos) 1975- 60pcs 1982- 1pc Php.50 (Fifty Centavos) 1967- 388pcs 1971- 206pcs 1972- 331pcs 1974- 953pcs
Marlyn Espena wrote:
Thursday, 11 September 2008 17:58:45 PHT
Thank you mr. Jeroen. now we have an idea. ty so much.
Northern.highlands wrote:
Wednesday, 10 September 2008 12:46:17 PHT
Definitely an anting-anting. Most anting-anting were made from 8 reales coins. either cast or tooled, either way, remnants of the host coin often remain
Marlyn Espena wrote:
Tuesday, 9 September 2008 18:39:41 PHT
Just curious. Do you have any info about a coin with "un peso sagrado" on it? It has symbol of an eagle biting a snake?

Most likely an anting-anting, or amulet coin. The Eagle biting a snake is a typical Mexican symbol, but Mexican pesos normally mention the name of the country.--Jeroen.

Marc Lester wrote:
Tuesday, 9 September 2008 15:14:41 PHT
I'm selling my 5 peso coin Marcos-1975, have lots of 1peso coins Jose Rizal head 1972 1974 etc interested buyer pls email me...also some old coins, 09093551606, email at marclesterlim@yahoo.com
karlo wrote:
Friday, 5 September 2008 01:07:16 PHT
Can i deposit five and ten centavos in the bank?
Jimmy dee wrote:
Thursday, 4 September 2008 05:55:46 PHT
30 million of one peso coin. profit could reach 60 million pesos plus. What a game?.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 3 September 2008 20:49:24 PHT
Customs officers in the Philippines seized 18 tons of Filipino coins set to be illegally shipped to South Korea for scrap metal, officials said Friday.

The container containing the one-peso coins was set to be smuggled into Pusan, they said, and had a face value of some P30 million. about 666,000 dollars.

Customs officers seized the shipment on Thursday during a raid on a warehouse at Manila port following a tipoff, said Jimmy Perez, spokesman for the government's anti-smuggling task force.

They were going to ship it to South Korea where they would have been melted down for their copper and nickel content, Perez said.

The metals are used in the manufacture of computer chips.

No arrests were made but Perez said they are looking into the involvement of a local crime syndicate which may include employees of some banks who help in accumulating the coins. There have been several instances in the past of Filipino coins being smuggled out of the country to be melted down for their metal.

The Philippine Central Bank is minting new coins out of cheaper metal to curtail this practice.

Task force chief undersecretary Antonio Villar in an interview with a television network said that extracting copper and nickel from the coins is apparently more economical than mining the metals.

He quoted informants as saying a crime syndicate has been shipping the coins every week.

This is economic sabotage because we will soon be running out of coins, said Villar.

The export of Philippine coins is forbidden by law.

What is the cause of this? Inflation, caused by the government who puts more into circulation than is warranted by the economic output of the country, thereby undermining the value of money, and thereby levying an (unofficial) tax on peoples savings. A century ago the peso was made of silver, and had the purchasing power of about 500 pesos today. Now lets talk about economic sabotage.--Jeroen

Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 3 September 2008 08:20:19 PHT
30 million pieces of Philippines cu-nickel peso coin were seized by custom intended for South Korea. congratulation to Philippine custom. What a shame? They should be jail and fine accordingly.

Who should be in jail? Have those coins been stolen then? In a free and open society, trade in coins across borders should not land you in jail.--Jeroen.

Giorgio wrote:
Friday, 29 August 2008 07:11:27 PHT
Hi, I would like to know if exist a Philippines numismatic catalog issued in the Philippines and also if exist a national enumeration for Philippines coins. If affirmative could you pls advise were I get it? Tks brgds Giorgio
Jefferson wrote:
Friday, 15 August 2008 14:21:39 PHT
I want to sell my old coins 1855 Isabel,1804 1 us dollar(Scott designed,lettered edge), 1975 5peso Marcos, 1942 1 US cent, 1907 and 1908 1 peso Philippine silver,1936 1 cent Mexico. Just e-mail or text 09095888777 for more informations. Thank you.
Ces wrote:
Thursday, 14 August 2008 11:18:38 PHT
I have 1931, 1938, 1941, 1944 (56 pcs.), 1945 (60 pcs.) U.S.-Philippine coins. If you are interested kindly email me at timentide2004@yahoo.com
Liz wrote:
Tuesday, 5 August 2008 20:16:48 PHT
Thank you jeroen..hhmm i hvn't seen a coin like that..thank you again.. :)
Jake Davis wrote:
Sunday, 3 August 2008 14:12:39 PHT
I have a coin.. dated 1101.. i know it's very rare.. for those who are interested, email me
Jimmydee wrote:
Saturday, 2 August 2008 06:01:08 PHT
If i go back again to the Philippines. i like 1903 to 1912 silver peso and half peso. 1961 to 1963 commemorative silver peso. 1975 Marcos five peso nickel and fifty pesos silver peso. 1903 to 1912 silver 10 centavos and 20 centavos. Isabel and Alfonso silver 50 20 10 centavos.
Tere wrote:
Wednesday, 30 July 2008 12:08:21 PHT
I have lots of one peso coin -1970's... anyone interested?
Liz wrote:
Monday, 28 July 2008 19:57:15 PHT
I just want to ask which is better conductor of electricity: a ten peso coin or twenty-five peso coin...

Hmmm, odd question, the only Philippine 25 Peso coins I known of are made of silver, and in most circumstances that is a better conductor...--Jeroen

Roel Modesto wrote:
Monday, 21 July 2008 10:50:28 PHT
I have lot five peso marcos bill
Roel Modesto wrote:
Monday, 21 July 2008 10:46:09 PHT
Would you like to buy 1963 ten&five centavo & five peso Marcos bill
Raul wrote:
Saturday, 19 July 2008 10:01:30 PHT
Im looking for Philipine Paper money.. ALL Philipine National Bank Series, Bank of The Philipine Island Series, and Philippine Island Series. If anyone interested to SELL, please email me at mjtagle@yahoo.com of you can contact me at this mobile # 09215317662. Thanks. Raul
Rafael Macsino wrote:
Thursday, 17 July 2008 18:11:44 PHT
How lovely it would be if the entire site did not contain the words "United States" or "American", other than in the historical section. I thought we were independent but it seems we can't write anything without trotting out "in the United States . . . "

Remind me to change my e-address to .com.ph.

You use English. About 30% of the visitors to this site visit it from the US. This site is hosted in the US (both cheaper and faster than trying to host it in the Philippines) All signs of US dominance. Furthermore, in the current, economically interconnected world, "independence" is limited.--Jeroen.

April Mariano wrote:
Friday, 11 July 2008 13:49:47 PHT
Where can I sell my old coins? I have a lot of collection but doesn't want to continue anymore. I've got differents old coins from different countries. If interested email at eyprille04@yahoo.com.ph.
John168 wrote:
Friday, 6 June 2008 20:12:51 PHT
To all pinoy coin collectors, let's buy, sell, trade! i got lots of duplicate coins from very fine to uncirculated condition. you may contact me at +639189012884. thanks!
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 5 June 2008 00:56:01 PHT
I hope this site will become a global coin forum. so that everybody can exchange views and new ideas. or else it will be very limited access.

Well, the site wasn't made for that, but you are certainly welcome. Maybe a dedicated Philippine coin site can be set up at some later time.--Jeroen.

eduard manlapaz wrote:
Friday, 30 May 2008 04:12:13 PHT
good and nice coins web site
Phylsna wrote:
Tuesday, 27 May 2008 22:20:34 PHT
How much Phillipine peso to make twentyfive cents American coin?
Niyong wrote:
Sunday, 25 May 2008 10:35:42 PHT

I have one US-PHIL 10 centavo old coin since 1908.if anyone interested email me.

Jimmy Dee wrote:
Tuesday, 20 May 2008 23:44:04 PHT
I will be visiting the Philippines this coming October, 2008. I've been out of the Philippines for almost 25 years. anyone could please write some Philippine coin dealers and addresses. thanks.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Tuesday, 20 May 2008 23:37:46 PHT
It looks like the current centavo might be too expensive to produce it. is it intrinsic value over its face value?.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Tuesday, 20 May 2008 23:32:11 PHT
Can anyone explain the seal of the Philippines at the reverse side of coins?. it look like upper part were mountain and sun. and the lower portion is part of the Philippine flag. The seal look ugly in design. but what is it stand for?.
Elijah wrote:
Tuesday, 20 May 2008 16:33:59 PHT
Collecting coins become a hobby that could easily stir passion to others. Its nice to hear more of younger generation Filipinos become interested to this. They say this is the Hobby of Kings and the King of Hobbies. Just would like to enquire if there are Numismatic Associations in the country that are open to common people like Us. How nice to be associated with people who share the same passion and do they gather and are also willing to accomodate us. Thank you and God Bless.
Jaime wrote:
Wednesday, 14 May 2008 15:51:07 PHT
Since 2000 ten peso coins are demand because accrding to them its content gold..its is possible? as i search 92prcnt Cu,6 percnt Al and 2 percnt Ni..
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Tuesday, 13 May 2008 13:44:46 PHT
Are the Phiilippine one, five and ten centavos made of copper plated steel or just mixing of copper and steel?. if it were copper plated steel. then the united states soon will produce copper plated steel cent too. the size might be almost be the same. if so. one cent is to 42 centavo. I will keep Philiipine centavo.
Richard wrote:
Sunday, 11 May 2008 10:56:54 PHT
Am looking for a 1974 Philippines Proof and Uncirculated Sets
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 7 May 2008 13:07:03 PHT
Oil is predicted to hit 150 to 200 dollars per barrel and certainly the gold can climb up to over 1,200 dollar too. Gold up. So is silver. What is your prediction? Anyone?

You forget one very important thing: prices of staple food are also up considerably. We are looking at two combined processes here: the slide of the dollar, and the growing price pressure on natural resources due to the growth of Asian economies. The slide of the dollar is actually (up to a certain level) beneficial the the US, as it finds its foreign debts (denominated in dollars) reduced, whereas its foreign possession (often valued in currencies such as the euro or yen) remain the same. At the same time, US products become much more attractive on world market.

It is very difficult to predict what this will lead to. Modern currencies are fiat currencies, which large corporate banks can print almost at will. By easy lending, banks have created a bubble in prices for houses (as people will pay what they can for a house, and easy lending enables them to pay a lot) When this bubble burst, a lot of this fictional money will simply disappear. As a result, people are trying to get rid of dollars and obtain assets perceived as more stable, such as gold or other currencies. This will continue until the credit crisis in the US is resolved.

The prices for crude oil and staple food are partly pushed up by the sliding dollar, and partly by increased demand. The demand will grow, regardless of how the financial crisis in the US will be resolved, so I don't expect that to stop. Increased prices are actually not that bad news for mainly agricultural provinces such as Bohol, as it will enable farmers to invest in growing rice and copra, as well as biofuels.

As to expectations. I cannot predict the future, but don't be surprised with the dollar sliding to 50 eurocents or 35 pesos, and the oil going through 300 dollars within a year.--Jeroen.

Julie wrote:
Tuesday, 29 April 2008 17:16:33 PHT
I'm selling my 5 peso coin (15 pcs. Marcos-1975) if your interested please send me an email at jinxtriskelion@yahoo.com. Thank you!
veronica wrote:
Tuesday, 22 April 2008 17:15:50 PHT
i have lots of 1peso coins jose rizal head 1972 1974 etc interested buyer pls email me...also some old coins
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Monday, 24 March 2008 01:16:48 PHT
Gold reached a record high of $1,028.50 per ounce and silver hit $21.30 per ounce recently. but then the peso strengthen from 56 peso plus to 41 peso plus. the bullion value of 1903 peso at its high is around 873.30 peso.
Oying wrote:
Tuesday, 4 March 2008 23:57:58 PHT
I have these collections of coins... Anybody interested to buy may contact me at (0917)7476847... Five Centavo Philippine Coins During the US Occupation circa 1901 1903 1904 1918 Ten Centavo Philippine Coins During the US Occupation circa 1907 1908 1911 1914 1917 1918 1921 1925 1929 1941 Five Centavo Philippine Coins circa 1944 1945 Twenty Centavo Philippine Coins circa 1944 One Centavo Philippine Coins circa 1944
Miraflores Macasero wrote:
Monday, 25 February 2008 15:06:33 PHT
I am so happy that you featured our current coins and I will be more happier if you will feature all our coins since it all started using it with its corresponding years 'coz I need it for my subject as a teacher in Philippine History. MORE POWER AND GOD BLESS US ALL!
Delski wrote:
Monday, 25 February 2008 04:18:50 PHT
I'm interested to buy old coins, where can i buy them?
Sheena wrote:
Saturday, 16 February 2008 17:44:34 PHT
I want 2 sell my Philippine American old silver coins, these are the list of my coins.... 50 centavos 1944- unciculated 11 pcs - circulated 45 pcs 1945- unciculated 17 pcs circulated 36 pcs 1921- 4 pcs 1920-1 pcs 1919-1pc 1918-1pc 1909-4 pcs 1908-4 pcs 1907-4 pcs 20centavos coins 1944-16 pcs 1945- uncirculated 48 1937-1 pc 1929-1 pc if you want 2 buy my coins contact me.....and give me ur price.... sheena v. adriano 09294124301
DIC wrote:
Friday, 15 February 2008 14:33:34 PHT
Im letting go of some of my coins from my collection. I'll sell some of my one peso coins 1907-1909 in lots of 2. drop me a mail and i'll send you pics.
Richard wrote:
Friday, 15 February 2008 09:50:33 PHT
I need to find someone or someplace that has Philippine coins from the year 1965 for sale. Can anyone help me?
Anthony wrote:
Thursday, 31 January 2008 16:47:31 PHT
Anybody interested on numismatic (coins and banknotes) and philately (stamps)kindly visit my site.treskeidecamania.blogspot.com. My blogs deals on philippine philately and numismatic. there you can find some of my the most sought coins, notes and stamps of the philippines..
John Dennis wrote:
Thursday, 31 January 2008 03:24:57 PHT
I really want to buy 1 or 2 of the hard to find 1 centavo coins. If anyone knows where I can find them or if you have 1 or 2 you will sell at a reasonable price please contact me by email at jodenn46@yahoo.com Thanks
Toinette wrote:
Thursday, 17 January 2008 11:50:27 PHT
hi. my mom's selling her collection of old coins. we have lots and lots of 5, 10, & 20 centavo coins ranging from 1903 to 1945. we have two 50-centavo coins dated 1944 & 1945 and two one-peso coins dated 1907 & 1908. we're residing here in manila, philippines. we want to sell it before we migrate to canada. anyone interested, please email me at toinette_bernales@yahoo.com or call me at +63-918-2610203 so i can give you a detailed list.
Kristine wrote:
Sunday, 13 January 2008 12:42:08 PHT
I have lots of 1945 coins (5 cents to 50 cents).Anyone interested pls. e-mail me at me_myself_kristine@ yahoo.com
Ken Storey wrote:
Wednesday, 9 January 2008 00:16:04 PHT
Is it true Philippine banks are paying 500p for some late munted 10p coins? If true, why?
Bob wrote:
Saturday, 29 December 2007 22:21:07 PHT
I am interested in all Philippine noted from Pre-war to the English series notes dated 1949. Also intrested in the emergency notes used during the war and also the Japan Occupation notes from this period. If you have any of these for sale, please notify me.
Bob wrote:
Saturday, 29 December 2007 22:07:25 PHT
I am interested in purchasing all Philippine notes from Pre-war to the English Series notes, I am also interested in Emergency notes used during the war and also the Japan Occupation notes. If you have any of these items for sale, please let me know what you have and what you would like for them.
MJ wrote:
Tuesday, 11 December 2007 07:51:42 PHT
Hi. I've loads of Filipinas coins that I wanna sell. Anyone interested, email me mj_barry@earthlink.net or 0917-3011328
Robert wrote:
Sunday, 25 November 2007 21:48:18 PHT
I have a lot of old coins dated 1944 & 1945. 1 piso, 50 cents & 10 cents. I am planning to sell these. Please send me a message if you're interested and I can also send you the pictures. thanks, Robert rstan_06@yahoo.ca
Gina wrote:
Sunday, 25 November 2007 14:26:27 PHT
Hi WILBERT! Am interested in ur 1070 piso coin. How much are you selling it for? Thanks. Please text me at 0905-2649266
Daniel wrote:
Saturday, 10 November 2007 22:21:55 PHT
Yes i was in the Philippines last October and i found on a beach a silver coin. The date is 1908 and it says One Peso Filipinas on it and on the back it has a American eagle on the back and says united states of America on the back. Its in great shape but i cant find any info on it online. or what the value of the coin might be today. can you send me some info on this? Thanks and hope to hear from you soon.
Wilbert wrote:
Friday, 9 November 2007 10:53:43 PHT
I also have several 1970's old coins.Also Silver 1 Peso coins.I'am selling it.
Wilbert wrote:
Friday, 9 November 2007 10:39:58 PHT
I have a 1908 One peso coin, under the U.S. Government. Email me if somebody is interested,I am selling it.Or call me at +639204098751.
Steve wrote:
Tuesday, 30 October 2007 11:14:55 PHT
I got 25 cents and 1 peso coins from 1964 - 1979 e-mail me your offer
Verdanack wrote:
Tuesday, 2 October 2007 08:47:20 PHT
Not many shops actually appraise coins. However you can try to have the coin shops appraise your coins. There are several within the manila area. there is one shop called "World Heritage" 3rd level of Megamall. and there is also another shop in the antique section of Greenhills.
Edcel wrote:
Monday, 1 October 2007 14:17:55 PHT
I have 200+pcs 1972 one peso coins, im selling it,e-mail me your offer.tnx
Louiemariz wrote:
Monday, 1 October 2007 09:50:29 PHT
I have some uncircullated philippine peso coins from 1978 to 1985. Where can i bring iy for appraisal or sell it?
Victor wrote:
Wednesday, 19 September 2007 17:08:38 PHT
Tess whats your email address when I click the it will bounce back to my email. I want to buy one peso American Phils. Coins from you. ty
Martin wrote:
Sunday, 16 September 2007 10:58:45 PHT
I'm interested and serious in buying or trading Philippine-Spanish coins. Please email me. manilagalleon1565@hotmail.com
Yaj wrote:
Thursday, 13 September 2007 14:40:47 PHT
Hi how much are P5.00 marcos Coin worth? Or where can I get a believable list on the selling prices of Philippine coins? Thanks
Vinz wrote:
Monday, 3 September 2007 18:00:31 PHT
I have 5 pcs. of American-Philippine One Peso Coin dated 1907 to 1910. I have also more than 4,000 One Peso coin dated 1972 and 1974. I have also One Centavo dated 1938. I have also lots of 10 Centavos and 50 centavos note in the time of Japanese empire in Philippines. I want to know how much you will prize the said items.
Verdanack wrote:
Thursday, 30 August 2007 16:51:26 PHT
I agree with your sentiments. People seem to have quite an inflated view of how much their coins are worth. Sure the value of a coin depends on the collector, however the prices asked for by some sellers are simply too exorbitant. I personally collect USPI coins of different denominations. Yet even though I am here in the philippines, I prefer to buy my coins from the US.
Tess wrote:
Friday, 24 August 2007 11:06:40 PHT
I have read MANY posts here of people asking what their coins are worth. Its time for some honest and straight-forward answers: Philippine coins of the Rizal (1 peso) period are virtually worthless, and can be readily found for 1p to 5p each. Coinage post WWII (1944-45) 10-20-50 centavos silver, is worth scrap silver, unless they are BU (Brilliant Uncirculated). The 1907-08-09-10 Peso current market value is around 240p, up to extra fine condition. In AU or above, there is a small (negotiable) premium. The BIG Peso coins of 1903-04-05 bring around 500-700 in EF and above. The 1911-12 peso 350-500 up to EF, and around p1000 and up in EF and up. Most post-war notes are also pretty worthless unless in UNcirculated condition. Even then, they don't bring more than a couple hundred pesos. Victory notes in EF and above command a premium. A 1Peso Victory note in less than EF condition is worth NO more than 50p. Slightly more for up to 20P. From 50 Peso up, it gets interesting. Most "collectors" aren't interested in coins OR notes that are not at Least EF in condition, UNLESS, they are very low-mintage, and/or Rare. Do NOT expect to sell your coins or notes for "Book Value". In fact (as a rule of thumb), don't expect more than 50% of True book value. Feel free to email me with any questions. I buy and sell coins and notes of ALL countries, but specialize in Philippines.

Thank you for this post. Quality is very important when evaluating coins, but most requests for values don't even mention that. I've found it impossible to obtain Philippine coins at reasonable prizes in the Philippines. Outside the Philippines, Philippine coins are sold at prices considerably lower than those asked in the Philippines, and more in line with what you state.--Jeroen.

Sundaebrain wrote:
Thursday, 23 August 2007 17:51:08 PHT
If you wanna have an idea on how much your coins are worth, you could try searching for similar coins @ ebay.com or similar auction sites..
Malds wrote:
Wednesday, 22 August 2007 16:56:29 PHT
I have a half-centavo Philippine coin, can anyone tell me that it was really in circulation during the American stay in the Philippines? I hope to hear from you guys, especially the expert on how authenticate this sort of coins.

The coin was in circulation for a short time during the early American era, but was not popular, and quickly discontinued.--Jeroen.

Arnold Alis wrote:
Thursday, 16 August 2007 12:35:06 PHT
Attention!!! May I invite all interested party or someone in the collection of old coins, I know it is valuable because of its components please don't waste time to contact me (at 09184439616) or email me (noldalis@yahoo.com). Old peso coins plus the 50 US centavo. Hurry...
Tony wrote:
Saturday, 11 August 2007 18:54:06 PHT
Hi! I have a good collection of old coins. Lot's of the Marcos head one peso coins; smaller denominations and the 1906 & 1908 one peso coins...can anyone inform me of the value of these coin collections and maybe sell too! thanks.
Ann wrote:
Monday, 6 August 2007 13:27:04 PHT
Please can anyone help me on giving the exact worth of an old coins. I have with me coins from different periods. For example, I have a 1945 .50 US centavo or a .05 US cents etc. I want to sell those coins but I don't know their worth. Plus, can you help me find the right place on where to sell it. Thanks. Please contact me at rainie1973@yahoo.com
Victor wrote:
Tuesday, 31 July 2007 17:56:49 PHT
I'm looking for a one peso American-Philippines or Spanish -Philippine coins email to: aqamano@yahoo.com
Anne wrote:
Tuesday, 31 July 2007 13:44:04 PHT
Hi, I have here a 5 peso note dated 1949 by central bank of the Philippines. Pls email me at anmari_3@yahoo.com if you're interested. Thanks.
Cliff wrote:
Tuesday, 31 July 2007 04:45:42 PHT
I have one 1944 one centavos Philppine coin can anyone tell me if it is worth holding on to thank you, Cliff
Vince wrote:
Friday, 27 July 2007 02:09:47 PHT
Hi! Im selling US-Philippines Territorial ONE PESO coins dating from 1907-1910. For serious buyer email your price at jv_verances@yahoo.com (Manila Area Only) tnx!!
Alrom Christian Ricafuente wrote:
Thursday, 19 July 2007 09:50:56 PHT
What is the thickness of the current coins?
Bob wrote:
Wednesday, 18 July 2007 20:54:58 PHT
Serious collector of Philippine notes from prewar to 1949 English series. Please let me know if you have any for sale or trade.
Mark wrote:
Monday, 16 July 2007 15:31:58 PHT
For sale old coins pow offer na lang po kayo 1 centavos 1944 Philippines peso contact number 0928 771 77 93 or email me at ghulop@yahoo.com
Claire wrote:
Sunday, 15 July 2007 17:23:37 PHT
I have some olp coins dated 1972-1975.. are they worth something?
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Saturday, 14 July 2007 14:15:49 PHT
Better learn how to collect U.S. coinage, that is where the wealthiest nation plus the most coin collectors in the world are. Example 1 U.S. mint currently issued president spouse gold coin. limit 80,000 pc. sold out in just 2 hour. worth $33 million. and it went double. total now worth $66 million. example 2 2006 w uncirculated American eagle silver dollar. cost $19.95. now $150.00.

That is one approach to coin collecting, but others can have a different attitude. For myself, having a little piece of history in hand, something that somebody used hundreds of years ago, and that has an attractive or interesting design is what makes collecting coins nice, and I typically avoid what is called "non-circulating legal tender" coins, such as those mentioned above.--Jeroen.

Slayer wrote:
Thursday, 12 July 2007 20:41:32 PHT
I'm looking for a queen Elizabeth 2 4 peso gold coin. If you have just email me at slayer13ph@yahoo.com and leave your mobile number.
Windy Grace Rufino wrote:
Thursday, 12 July 2007 13:39:36 PHT
Can anyone tell me what is the purpose of the serial numbers found on the paper notes of the Philippines?and also why is there an asterisk (*)symbol on some of the paper notes? Please it is my assignment due tomorrow....thank you

Serial numbers help the issuing bank to track both usage and durability of banknotes, and act as an additional measure against counterfeiting. Note that banknote serial numbers are not always sequential, but have certain characteristics that you can use to verify the number is valid. They can also help to track armed robbers, who will be given a set of notes with numbers registered in advance, and never given to customers. I have no clue what the asterisks are for.--Jeroen

Boyet Pepoa wrote:
Wednesday, 11 July 2007 01:14:54 PHT
I do buy old coins and bills from 1946 down to 15th century (any metal content) and coins from 1946 to present ( commemoratives,silver and gold coins only) Anyone visiting Baguio city or for Baguio city residents you could visit at the shop. @ Baguio Bookstore #22 maharlika building basement lower session road Baguio city. look me up (0916-460-0721) had advertisements from different places thus it is essential if ever you would contact me to include your place or town and from where did you saw my ad. net or newspaper. if is here. this is bohol.ph thank you very much!
Miguel Cuevas wrote:
Sunday, 8 July 2007 22:59:43 PHT
My mom owns a lot of old i peso coin dated from 1965 til 1975 its a Jose Rizal 1 peso coins, she has a pail of it can anyone tell me the worth or value of this coin this time thanks. My email add is leugimsaveuc@yahoo.com
Apple wrote:
Monday, 2 July 2007 21:23:36 PHT
Can you give me the list and prices of the Old Coins (Philippines). Thank you.
Victor wrote:
Saturday, 30 June 2007 23:22:12 PHT
If you have Philippine coins email to me the price and inventory of your items to: iiaporg@yahoo.com. or if you have bulk coins give me the price list
Apple wrote:
Saturday, 30 June 2007 04:49:50 PHT
I have Old Philippine coins....Interested??please,email me..Thank you...
Rene Cudaihl wrote:
Friday, 29 June 2007 12:29:34 PHT
I am interested in buying american gold coins circa 1800's and early 1900's. Pls mail me to discuss matters. Thanks
Bernadette wrote:
Sunday, 24 June 2007 18:48:58 PHT
Hi, I have 1896 one us dollar morgan coins.. anyone interested buying/bidding can email me i still have few pieces here.. i found sites buying old coins but i prefer buyers who are already here in Philippines.
Hervie Halipa wrote:
Thursday, 21 June 2007 09:15:13 PHT
Could you please include the densities of each coins? Thanks... i baldy need those....
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 13 June 2007 11:09:59 PHT
Use the Krause standard catalog of world coins, and you will know the price for most of the coins that you collect. You can check if your library has it.

In the Philippines, few libraries will have it. However, the Krause catalog is a great resource, but it's prices are oriented towards the U.S. market. Going prices in the Philippines may be different, that is, more expensive for rare coins (bigger demand), but cheaper for common coins (bigger supply). Note also some traders use the prices of Krause, but without taking into account proper grading. I typically found it cheaper to buy Philippine coins abroad.--Jeroen.

Victor wrote:
Tuesday, 12 June 2007 19:09:14 PHT
If you have alfonso 1897 un peso or any one peso or two or four peso alfonso or Isabel email me your price thanks.
Jenny C. wrote:
Monday, 11 June 2007 22:54:35 PHT
I have a coin from the year 1717 with the words UNA PURO SAGRADO VERDADERO written on it, and BUENAS written also, it is round shaped and when you shake it, it produces a sound like it has pellets sandwiched inside, can anyone give me info about this coin and how much its value is? thanks so much.
Mariella wrote:
Monday, 11 June 2007 20:46:29 PHT
Hi! I have Spanish-era and American-era coins. I could scan them for this site. May I ask if anyone here has knowledge on giving estimate value for antique coins (for free, please)? I'm planning to sell them. You may contact me through email. thanks a lot!
Paul wrote:
Saturday, 9 June 2007 17:39:23 PHT
Ei, I am from cagayan de Oro City... i have a 1908 1 peso, 50 and 20 centavo coins... How much are they? Text me 09177028802
Jenny C. wrote:
Saturday, 9 June 2007 00:42:15 PHT
Here's a partial list of the coins in my posession:11pcs 1975 marcos head,1903,1904,1908 one peso coins,1945,1944,1941,1929,1921,1920,1918,1914,1913 20 cents,1945,1941,1917,1907 10 cents,and 1945 5 cents.i'll send the remaining list next week, interested buyers can contact me thru 0928-2382540/email -pronect05@yahoo.com.ph
Jenny C. wrote:
Friday, 8 June 2007 01:37:24 PHT
I've found some coins dated 1903 and 1904 both in one peso denomination, in mint condition, and also have coins dating between 1920s til 1940s, can anyone please tell me the estimated value for the 1903 and 1904 coins? I'll make a list of all the coins i have gathered and post it next week. Hopefully I'll get a good price for them thanks. Please email me at pronect05@yahoo.com.ph
Rene Adapon wrote:
Tuesday, 5 June 2007 13:10:27 PHT
I will be putting a coin and paper money museum in Bohol, Philippines. I will have a display of Spanish-Philippine coins to the present coins in circulation. The museum will probably open on July 2007. What is unique is I have a collection of leprosarium coins issued for Culion Colony in Palawan date back in 1913.
Amy wrote:
Saturday, 2 June 2007 12:13:23 PHT
I can't find mention anywhere of the 2 piso, 10 sided coin. I recently found one in a 50 cent bank roll as it's the same size. Can anyone give me info, what it's made of, if it is one of the coins they don't use anymore, or? Maybe a commemorative? It's dated 1984, and says Republika ng Pilipinas, picture of a coconut tree on the side marked 2 Piso. Reach me at shoppingone@msn. THANKS.

These belong to an older series of coins, which are no longer in use. I will try to add details on these to the site.--Jeroen.

Gene Patrick wrote:
Sunday, 27 May 2007 23:26:19 PHT
Hello! I'm selling my collection of coins, 1777-2000 from Spanish Philippines to present, diff. denominations & countries. I also got proof sets & commemoratives. If interested pls e-mail me gpvx_20@yahoo.com or message me at 0920-880-51-47 so i can send you my inventory. Thanks!!!
Adrian wrote:
Sunday, 27 May 2007 17:23:18 PHT
Im looking for any old Philippine coins send me the price and details to aqamano@yahoo.com thank you paki include narin po yung one centavo ng bsp coins at flaura and fauna o kaya isabel at alfonso para sa project ng kapatid ko tnx
Non wrote:
Saturday, 26 May 2007 19:49:55 PHT
who want to buy my Philippine- American coins (one peso filipinas, around 1908. email me znonsk@yahoo.com
Rogelio Palma wrote:
Sunday, 13 May 2007 15:08:18 PHT
To whom can I sell my 5 pesos marcos head 1975 series and 1 pesos Rizal head 1972 series?
Gene Patrick wrote:
Wednesday, 9 May 2007 02:13:27 PHT
Hey, this the 1st truly helpful website i've ever visited in the Philippines for us local coin collectors and enthusiasts alike. I got a 2000peso gold coin minted by the Franklin Mint,PA it features Fidel V. Ramos & the APEC Summit on the reverse,with a certificate & a case. anyone interested? contanct me 0920-880-5147 or email me at gpvx_20@yahoo.com Thanks!!!!
Shaui wrote:
Saturday, 14 April 2007 16:45:25 PHT
I have various old coins 1907-1965 for sale. If u are interersted text at 09162854266 or email me. very low price.
David Short wrote:
Friday, 13 April 2007 10:35:44 PHT
I just found a 1990 Phillipines 25 "Butterlfy" Sentimo and am curious as to its value -it's in very good condition - anyone know?
Dondi wrote:
Monday, 9 April 2007 11:51:08 PHT
I have an old coin written "un peso islas pilipinas" on one side and on the other side it writes "alfonso XIII P.L.G.D.D. REY C. DE ESPANA 1897 does anybody know how much this is worth? I am selling it (09209603882)
Vin wrote:
Saturday, 7 April 2007 09:50:47 PHT
I have century old rare coins (1907,1908,1909 and others).. if you are interested, contact me through 09217215903... you make your best offer. . thank you
Jude wrote:
Saturday, 7 April 2007 09:31:22 PHT
1906 ten centavo or twenty centavo coins, who are interested? Make your best offer...thank you...
Boyet Pepoa wrote:
Friday, 6 April 2007 21:03:25 PHT
I've got 80 pcs. of libertad mexican real silvers here with a obverse/reverse of an eagle with its peak is a snake......with dates from 1859-1888..coins are in state of very fine to almost uncirculated conditions......all features are sharp, some coins still retains luster...if you are interested kindly text me your offer.(09164600721)...if in case kindly state also if you are a dealer or a collector of coins.........my location is baguio city.....if i like the offer...you pick up the coins at once.....thanks!!!
Mario M. wrote:
Friday, 6 April 2007 09:26:42 PHT
I really need a money thats why i decided to sell my coins.I have 10 pieces of phil. 5 peso coins.Interested buyer can txt me at 0918-487-2178.
Rencie wrote:
Sunday, 1 April 2007 23:57:35 PHT
Good site!! kindly help me. I have a old coins stated un peso sagrado verdadero. Is this a oldcoin or what
Xnd wrote:
Friday, 30 March 2007 09:04:24 PHT
I have one of each of the following for sale 1972 1 piso 1974 1 piso 1971 25 sentimos 1979 5 sentimos current 25 sentimos if interested email me xnd1981@yahoo.com
Roberto D. Tan wrote:
Thursday, 29 March 2007 16:36:03 PHT
Please anyone in the net give me information regarding a certain Rachel offering her 1906 coin one peso. This was posted June2,2006. Anyone who knows Rachel, that I want to know you better. I want to negotiate with you,please send e-mail to me and we have plenty to discuss of.
Jhajha wrote:
Tuesday, 27 March 2007 16:32:24 PHT
I have a lot of Philippine 2-peso and 5-peso paper money, looking for buyer, mail me at jha_ybest@yahoo.com or text me at 0919-4591727
Boyet Pepoa wrote:
Monday, 26 March 2007 22:51:33 PHT
Have recently done buying and selling coins here in Baguio city yet i lacked lots of knowledge about coins, its mintage, history,value and etc.....i do have book about u.s coins thus, i may not need another... what i wanna have as of now if ever their is one is a book about Philippine coins...if you do have one or if you happen to know where it is being sold kindly contact me at 09164600721...your effort would be highly appreciated..thanks!. Collectors out there - try to team up with me....
Jlord... wrote:
Friday, 9 March 2007 14:50:01 PHT
Im a serious buyer of Philippine and foreign coins/paper money. Pls. E-mail any info you might have regarding voins for sale. Email: I am_the_numismatist@yahoo.com CP #: 09059676469
DIC wrote:
Thursday, 8 March 2007 18:27:09 PHT
buying 1peso 1903-1912 coins. mail me ur offer at didic82@gmail.com
June Isidro wrote:
Friday, 2 March 2007 17:23:58 PHT
I have 100 pcs of 1972 one peso Rizal coin, 20 pcs of 1975 five pesos Marcos coin and 1 pc 1988 ten pesos people power coin. If anyone is interested please text me at 0916-3546634. Thanks.
Marlou Pugong wrote:
Wednesday, 28 February 2007 17:54:59 PHT
Hello! I have 70 pcs. Phil. coins in the year 1972. I want to sell it. If anyone of you wants to buy it just txt me at the #09208705952 or at my e-mail adress paulfrank622@yahoo.com.ph
Sita wrote:
Tuesday, 27 February 2007 22:54:23 PHT
I'm trying to search for 2 centavo coin during the 1972-1982 series. If you got a photo of this pls email it to me i will highly appreciate it since i will incorporate this photo on our 25yrs batch reunion. thanks.
Pinky wrote:
Tuesday, 27 February 2007 20:55:28 PHT
Can i ask something??/WHEN WAS THE TIME when Mr. Charles A. Conant brought from the United States to make a report on the feasibility of providing an American coinage for the islands?????????
doc_darwin wrote:
Tuesday, 27 February 2007 11:39:18 PHT
I search 10c, 20c, 50c and 1 Peso US-PI dated 1904. Please please e-mail me at doc_darwin@hotmail.com. If you're within Luzon or Manila area i can visit your shop.
Jing wrote:
Thursday, 22 February 2007 09:46:15 PHT
Where could i sell my old Philippine coins? 09178230579
Richard Tablan wrote:
Sunday, 18 February 2007 13:45:09 PHT
I have a lots of one peso coin Philippine, year 1972, if you like this i will sell it. pls. call me txt at this no. 09163444909 or email me. Thanks
Mel wrote:
Friday, 16 February 2007 10:50:25 PHT
I would like to know the value of a Philippine-Spanish Gold coin minted during the 1800's.
Achilles wrote:
Tuesday, 13 February 2007 12:26:08 PHT
Hello to every one I'm just searching for some Philippine old coins and I'm really curious about this I have lot of old Philippines coins. when my classmate tell me that he will buy it all marcos coin's??? can I know what is the value of 1972-1974 1 peso Philippines coins pls email me before I sell it deepfritz_c5@yahoo.com, or contact my # 09157026659
Loraine wrote:
Sunday, 11 February 2007 22:07:20 PHT
I have a lot of 1972-1974 1 peso and 50 centavo coin what is the value of this old coins if any
Ethel wrote:
Sunday, 11 February 2007 12:15:51 PHT
For sale...80's coins for sale if your interested for it to buy just email me... ilove_butterfly_12@yahoo.com
Rico Javier wrote:
Thursday, 8 February 2007 09:27:58 PHT
This article about Phillipine currency is very educational and entertaining. The facts and pictures are precise. Kudos to the creators and facilitators, you are doing a great service to the our Kababayans and presenting the Philippines to the World!!!! Bravo Zulu!!!
Rico Javier wrote:
Thursday, 8 February 2007 05:54:54 PHT
I am interested in buying or swapping Phillippine coins and notes. Please e-mail me.
Doc_darwin wrote:
Monday, 5 February 2007 10:33:19 PHT
FOR SALE!!! The first coinage of the Republic of the Philippines dated 1947 commemorating it's libertion from the Japanese occupation forces by Gen. Douglas MacArthur on October 20, 1944. This 50 centavo silver coin was dsigned by Laura Gardin Fraser, whose initials (LGF) appear under the bust and was minted in San Francico, California, U.S.A. at a limited quantity of 200,000!!! E-MAIL ME AT; doc_darwin@hotmail.com
Pisopiso Paraiso wrote:
Thursday, 1 February 2007 23:40:53 PHT
I have the complete set of Philippine coins. For those who are interested pls do email me (tough_nut5000@yahoo.com) I offer the most reasonable price. =) thx and godbless.
Pisopiso Paraiso wrote:
Tuesday, 30 January 2007 22:39:59 PHT
Hi guys.. I have a set of coins for collection email me if ur interested. (6 kinds of 1 peso coin, 4 kinds of 50 cents. and many more...) u can email me at tough_nut5000@yahoo.com serious buyers only ok?... tc
Lanie Berdan wrote:
Thursday, 18 January 2007 23:11:57 PHT
I have a Php 0.05 1903, phil-us coin, anyone interested? I also have lots of Php 1.00 1972 and other phil-us coins. anyone intereted to buy them can text me at 0922-8144078. Thanks.
Thavaseelan wrote:
Wednesday, 17 January 2007 18:05:19 PHT
Any body interested in swapping/selling coins to me. Pls contact me at thavasee2002@yahoo.com
Thavaseelan.G wrote:
Wednesday, 17 January 2007 17:43:37 PHT
I am interested in buying/exchanging coins. Contact me at thavasee2002@yahoo.com. If your profit margin is resonable I can buy coins in bulk also please include your the postage cost to India in invoice.
Thavaseelan.G wrote:
Wednesday, 17 January 2007 17:43:21 PHT
I am interested in buying/exchanging coins. Contact me at thavasee2002@yahoo.com. If your profit margin is resonable I can buy coins in bulk also please include your the postage cost to India in invoice.
Gerald Baker wrote:
Saturday, 13 January 2007 03:04:26 PHT
I have come accross a common 1 piso (1998) coin. I could probably pass it off as a .25 coin in a vending machine. I believe I aquired it within a roll of quarters (US). Only reason I hung on to it is in case any one knows if it has value. Thanks:-) Jerry Baker
Imelda wrote:
Thursday, 11 January 2007 13:41:32 PHT
I have old coins 1908 one peso under USA administration and 1897 british dollar.. I want to know the value of these coins..
Mirano wrote:
Monday, 8 January 2007 21:26:55 PHT
cud anyone tell me how much is the value of a 1907 (I have two pieces)philippine coin(US colonial era) *is it true that it costs about a hundred thousand peso? 09273061672 09227213536
Aj wrote:
Sunday, 7 January 2007 19:28:57 PHT
I am selling my 39 pcs. 1 peso old coin (1972). Interested may txt me @ 09278741267..
E. Mags wrote:
Sunday, 7 January 2007 11:40:11 PHT
Good day. I have in my pocession two Philippine commonwealth era banknotes. One is a 5 pesos banknote series of 1916 and the other is a ten pesos banknote series of 1921. The conditions of both ranges from extremely fine to about uncirculated. If you are interested please contact me at emags17@yahoo.com.ph. Thank you.
Lee wrote:
Friday, 5 January 2007 15:51:12 PHT
I'm selling 1 peso 1972-74 Jose Rizal coins, I can give it to you in cheaper price, I have 50+ pcs. txt me at dis number 09274619530 pasig and qc area only.. Please serious buyers only I dont have time for jokers.. Thanks..
Michael wrote:
Saturday, 30 December 2006 21:32:03 PHT
I am interested in knowing if Philippine coins before 1964 were silver like American dimes and quarters of that period.
Frederick U Frencillo wrote:
Thursday, 28 December 2006 11:30:35 PHT
This is interesting! it's good to know that this exist.. Anyway, I'm looking for buyers of my old coins.. I have a collection of 1937 - 1945 RP-US 5 centavo coins i saw it in adpost and it's open for bidding at 3 dollars each, i also have a limited collection of 5 pesos silver coins dated 1975 of Ferdinand E. Marcos, 1 dollar Silver coins dated 1977 and others, if your interested just email me
Olen Meredith wrote:
Sunday, 24 December 2006 05:31:57 PHT
I collect US-Phillipine issues and also Culion Leper Colony issues. write me if you have duplicates or coins you wish to sell. I have some duplicates. olen_meredith@hotmail.com I saw some Culion Leper paper pesos, I didn't win the auction but I wasn't even aware of paper culion issues. share knowledge with me please.
Arvin wrote:
Friday, 22 December 2006 14:06:38 PHT
I have 1967-1974 PIL series coins. i am bidding it for a fair price. Coin dealers and coin collectors are welcome. Just message me at my email add.
Raul wrote:
Friday, 15 December 2006 04:48:23 PHT
I buy filipinas spanish silver coins from XIX century/isabel II and Alfonso XII/Contact me at raulgimnasio@yahoo.es.THANK YOU VERY MUCH!
Jerson Lee wrote:
Wednesday, 13 December 2006 11:54:32 PHT
I'm a collector of Old coins Particularly US-Philippine and spanish coins. i'm interested in buying US-phil coins dated below 1937, as long as theyre in good condition and fairly priced...please email me at Origamints65@Yahoo.com thanks:) By the way i'm from Olongapo:)
Elvin wrote:
Wednesday, 6 December 2006 18:11:52 PHT
I have a handful of old Philippine coins (70's) in various denominations. Can anyone tell me their value/worth? Any interested buyer can e-mail me at czar_levin@yahoo.com
Bob wrote:
Saturday, 2 December 2006 22:22:40 PHT
I have been a collector of Philippine paper money and coins since I was stationed there in 1968 -1970 with the Army Security Agency. I am mainly after the old emergency notes and early paper money, I am also interested in the Philippine coins before 1944. I have a lot of extra's that I will trade (like Victory notes etc)for items that I want. If you have any of the older notes or coins, I am definately interested in them, I will either trade for them or buy them from you. You must tell me what you have and what you want for them.
Heno wrote:
Sunday, 19 November 2006 20:34:21 PHT
To Everyone, especially to buyers: I have an 1878 American one dollar coin, as well as Philippine american Coins from the 20's to 40's and different coins from 50's-80's. Please email me through heno_7@yahoo.com if you are interested, or text me: 09176403841. I'm interested to sell it. Thanks & Godbless... Heno
Charlotte wrote:
Wednesday, 15 November 2006 04:42:21 PHT
Pls. give me info on where can I sell my old coins here in Manila
Coeli wrote:
Tuesday, 14 November 2006 13:41:34 PHT
Hi! I have several pieces of the PHP 50 cents error minting of pithecophaga jefferyi. The ones I have says pithecoBhaga jefferyi. These are collector's items
Yen wrote:
Thursday, 9 November 2006 10:30:25 PHT
Hi good day! Who wants to buy my coins...(PHILIPPINE-AMERICAN COINS)like 1945 20cents, 5cents and 10cents. 1944 10cents, 20cents,5cents and 50 cents. 1918 20cents. 1921 10cents. 1932 5cents. 1917 20cents and 10cents. 1938 10cents. 1916 20cents. 1929 10cents and 20cents. 1941 10cents. 1937 10cents. 1904 10cents. 1907 10cents. Please contact me 09185218462 and my email keyen1313@yahoo.com
Bejo Calda wrote:
Wednesday, 8 November 2006 20:30:23 PHT
I interested in buying old coins..... I'm from Leyte.... Can u give the exact amount of each coins.... pls email me at ka_ben2001@yahoo.com... Thank you!!!!
Hector A. Alameda wrote:
Wednesday, 8 November 2006 07:56:10 PHT
I have five 1964 fifty cents n two 1958 and one five pesos 1975 and lots of 1972, 74 coins. Who wants to buy?
Alice Masangkay wrote:
Tuesday, 7 November 2006 17:14:02 PHT
I'm selling my 300pcs Philippine 1972-1974 peso coin. Mura lang. email me at alicegabon@yahoo.com or txt me at 0927-419-93-84
kurt Heraldo wrote:
Monday, 6 November 2006 21:56:34 PHT
Any1 out there intrestd to buy Philippine-American 1 peso coins dated 1907,1903, and 50cents dated 1907, and also 1 peso coins dated dated 1972,1 904?jst txt me 09195395417 or email me at k_heraldo@yahoo.com
Yen wrote:
Monday, 6 November 2006 10:34:27 PHT
Hi good day! who wants to buy my coins...(PHILIPPINE-AMERICAN COINS)like 1945 20cents,5cents and 10cents.1944 10cents,20cents,5cents and 50cents. 1918 20cents. 1921 10cents. 1932 5cents. 1917 20cents and 10cents. 1938 10cents. 1916 20cents. 1929 10cents and 20cents. 1941 10cents. 1937 10cents. 1904 10cents. 1907 10cents. Please contact me 09185218462/0533823014 and my email keyen1313@yahoo.com
Randz wrote:
Monday, 6 November 2006 09:29:58 PHT
Good day I have 2000 old big 1-peso coin (1972). Who wants to buy my coins pls call me 09269663676 0r email; randz_2k2@yahoo.com. Thankz
Yen wrote:
Thursday, 2 November 2006 17:31:22 PHT
Hi! I have a Philippine-American coins here dated 1917, 1918 and more...if your interested pls call or text me 09185218462...Thanks!
Randy Jones wrote:
Wednesday, 1 November 2006 04:40:56 PHT
I have a 1944 coin marked United States of America on one side and five centavos filipinas on the other. Can any one tell me about it?
Jeffrey Cuyno wrote:
Friday, 20 October 2006 11:10:14 PHT
I would like to asked anybody to help me to market 1967 50 cents Philippine money....I have 50 pecies of very rare coins of Philipines! Please contact me to 09185306239 or send me e-mail jeffreycuyno@yahoo.com Thank you very much! Jeffrey
Jeffrey Cuyno wrote:
Friday, 20 October 2006 11:01:46 PHT
Please I want anybody to help me to sell my old coins dated 1960,1970.1980 coins e-mail to my e-mail add jeffreycuyno@yahoo.com Thank you!
Johanna wrote:
Tuesday, 17 October 2006 11:34:11 PHT
I have lots of coins 1972, 1974, 1982 etc very cheap.
Jennifer wrote:
Friday, 13 October 2006 13:36:15 PHT
Hi.. same story, someone ask for us at home if we have a 1972 coin its worth 500 each.... but unfortunately we can't find the coins they were looking for... so she leaves.. after a day im so curious to find the coin thn I found it its more than 20 pieces of 1972 coin, if I were able to give it to the girl I should have had 10000 pesos... so I would like to know the value of this and wer I could sell it as in for real... Thank you.. how about the 1908 1 peso coin? gotta go! =)
SLed wrote:
Saturday, 7 October 2006 23:19:25 PHT
How much is the value of 1 peso coin 1972? One day somebody knocked on our door. He said he's buying old coins 1972-73 for 1k each, but that time I didn't have that coin and its impossible that the value of that 1 peso coin is 50 pesos coz I knew some place they buying that coin for 80 pesos.. very cheap.. but I think that coin has a silver and nickel.

The 1972 1 peso coin is cupro-nickel, not silver, and claiming it is worth 1000 pesos is far over the top. If somebody comes to your door with that story, it may be for some completely different reason, such as finding out where you keep your money in the house. The exact price is determined by market forces, and for collectors depends on the quality of the coin. Coins in brand new condition will be worth much more than worn or polished coins. Note that I've never bought Philippine coins in the Philippines; the asking prices are far too high, and often several times of what is asked for the same coins in Europe.--Jeroen.

Carrie wrote:
Saturday, 7 October 2006 10:01:51 PHT
My son found this coin in a groundhog hole. Just checking to see if its worth anything other than a 9 year old's sentimental value. It's a 1938 coing on the front it says United States of America and has an eagle and shield, On the back it says Five Centavos Filipinas and has an image of a man with what appears to be a mountain or a smoking volcano? Can anyone help me with this information?
Bbush wrote:
Wednesday, 20 September 2006 11:16:57 PHT
I have a 1944 Filipinas one centavo coin. The reverse is an eagle with both wings spread rather than holding an olive branch in one and arrows in the other, as others I have seen. Is this significant?
Lemuel wrote:
Sunday, 17 September 2006 17:24:18 PHT
At least the Philippine Currency is getting stronger...
Jian Tayaban wrote:
Wednesday, 13 September 2006 20:33:33 PHT
I have silver 1 peso coins minted at around 1900-1905. Would a good natured numismat(if that's the correct term), mail me the smallest price you would pay for such coins. They are in Good or very good condition. An answer withn the week would be gratelt appreciated. Mail me at tayabanjianjoseph@yahoo.com
Jepoy wrote:
Monday, 11 September 2006 17:10:41 PHT
What Philippine coins in the past has silver content, would anyone know
Josh wrote:
Sunday, 10 September 2006 04:08:26 PHT
I have a 1932 coin. on the back it says united states of America, 1932 and has the eagle and shield. On the back it says five centavos, Filipinas and has the image of a man and in the background to the right there looks to be a mountain or a smoking volcano. Anybody know anything about it?
Abe wrote:
Friday, 8 September 2006 15:09:08 PHT
I have Philippine silvers from the 1900-1940 era. Email me and leave a number if interested to bid.
Patrick wrote:
Wednesday, 6 September 2006 15:31:49 PHT
I'm really looking for old coins, especially coins that are not circulating today. I am interested in coins lower than 5 pesos prior to 1980. Prior to 1990 is still acceptable. I am also looking for 2 peso and 5pesos bills. Thank you!
Geronimo wrote:
Wednesday, 30 August 2006 22:11:25 PHT
I have 2 gold coins 1000 Pesos (1977) showing F. Marcos & Imelda, in excellent new condition (with US mint cert.) Anyone interested?
Adi wrote:
Friday, 18 August 2006 09:11:03 PHT
Hello Dear, I am looking for "Terry J" the collector of painter from nicolaes maes,if you find or search something about him please send me the e-mail. Thank you
Je wrote:
Thursday, 17 August 2006 20:33:59 PHT
I have some old coins but I dont have any idea bout their worth.. I have 1c, 5c, 10c, 1 peso date I think 1979, a 5 peso coin with marcos as the president..and money dated way back from the Japanese era.
Jhe wrote:
Wednesday, 26 July 2006 23:12:01 PHT
I have 2 one hundred peso arrovo bill, a 1910 us-Philippine dime. If ur interested email me at wasted_senes@yahoo.com ty
William Harper wrote:
Wednesday, 26 July 2006 22:05:43 PHT
I collect Philippine coins minted under Spanish rule, but ONLY those made prior to 1835, as far back at the 1740’s. If you have any of the old copper coins, usually showing the shield of Manila on one side and the rampant lion of Spain, please contact me. There are also somewhat larger coins, called “barillas”, usually made from lead, and dated in the 1700’s. Finally there are pea-sized gold drops, bearing a stylized “B” stamp, known as “piloncitos”. Let me know what you have.

A word of caution: NEVER clean or polish your coins. Valuable “dirty” coins can lose significant value though “cleaning”. Thanks!

kathrine wrote:
Tuesday, 25 July 2006 15:48:44 PHT
Can anyone tell me how much my old coins worth? 1976-1987 .25, 1, 2, 5 pesos 10 pieces each... contact
Jerome Senes wrote:
Saturday, 22 July 2006 16:26:20 PHT
I have a 1903 US-Philippine dime, a 1958 ten centavo coin and a 1949 fedinand marcos 20 peso bill. can anyone tell me how much it worth? 09277977764
Rei wrote:
Thursday, 20 July 2006 11:39:10 PHT
I hav old 1 peso coin dated 1972-1974.. Does anyone know if where can i sell it? Email me at rei_chad21@yahoo.com Thanks
Glenn Alvia wrote:
Friday, 14 July 2006 12:42:10 PHT
Is there a group of coin collectors here in Manila? I am a coin collector also and have quite a number of coins from the 1940's to '70s. I guess our old coins are becoming more valuable since there was news today that local coins especially with copper, nickel & zinc are being smuggled out due to their rising market prices.
Deem Calupaz wrote:
Wednesday, 12 July 2006 20:02:34 PHT
Hi hi hi guys! Can you help me dispose my 5 cents silver coins? And some foriegn coins collections of mine. Catch me at my e-mail add. t.y.
Wildcat wrote:
Wednesday, 12 July 2006 19:49:25 PHT
Actually, this is my first time to see these stuff in this website that I am so thankful discovering. I love collecting coins since i was a child to date. I got 3 pcs. of old Spanish Coins dated 1806 & 1791(Corulus) which I had purchased from a local diver which by acci- dent they found an old sunken Spanish ship instead of searching for fish. I need to know its current value, of course they are in good shape. I too have 1903 Peso coins, 5 cents silver coins(different dates), 1974 Peso coins, and other collections of foreign coins. Adding up to my collection hobby. I too collect antique swords which I have stored for long. To include in these price and favorite is my Nepal Kukri, Asian Kris, and ofcourse a WWII Japanese Bayonet whose blade is in the best of shape. I am interested to change ideas to those having same hobbies as I do. Kudos to this WEB !!!
Mhel wrote:
Monday, 10 July 2006 01:58:25 PHT
I was able to save old coins specifically the big 1-peso old coin dated 1972-74, they say it has a high exchange value now. I'm also interested on goin into buying of the old coins on some provinces w/c is for resell of course.. where can I exchange it for a higher price?
Rico Gonzales wrote:
Thursday, 6 July 2006 22:07:01 PHT
Btw, forgot to leave my number. text or call me reagarding the appraisal of these coins. Thanks in advance. 0917-8271848
Rico Gonzales wrote:
Thursday, 6 July 2006 21:54:42 PHT
I have lots of US-PI coins dating back to 1907 up to 1945. Can someone help me appraise these coins that I have? Thanks.
Cecilio Hodreal wrote:
Wednesday, 5 July 2006 18:05:39 PHT
Im Cecilio Hodreal, a coin dealer here in the Philippines.Im selling Spanish-Philippine and US-PI coins. If you have any question about your coins and paper money, I can appraise it free. You can contact me at 09185656512 or 8952017.
Benigno Justine P. Caoibes III wrote:
Friday, 30 June 2006 19:03:14 PHT
Dear sir/madame, I am Benigno Justine P. Caoibes III, a political science student of University of Santo Tomas. Actually this would not me a comment, but a query. I was assigned to research about the "trends" of the personages imprinted on Philippine bills and coins. or "what is common on those persons who are in the Philippine money." Your help would really much be needed and appreciated. Thank you.
Doug wrote:
Saturday, 17 June 2006 00:07:49 PHT
Where are the coin pictures? How do we submit our pictures to this site?
Clang Yu wrote:
Friday, 16 June 2006 09:21:38 PHT
How did money evolve in the Philippines?
Erwin wrote:
Wednesday, 14 June 2006 06:34:40 PHT
5 peso coin - 1975 Ferdinand Marcos. How much it cost? Just give me hints...
Terry Raines wrote:
Tuesday, 13 June 2006 10:34:19 PHT
Greetings. I am here in Cebu and would like to buy a silver Peso from 100 years ago. Can you direct me to a supplier. Thanks, Terry
Adnan Virani wrote:
Sunday, 11 June 2006 08:26:24 PHT
I got in touch with some old Philippine coins from the year 1101. They look like bronze medals. On the coin it says "Un Peso Sagrado Rerdadero 1101" and in the back it says "Vertud De Commercea." If anyone has any information regarding them, please email me at adnanvirani13@yahoo.com.

Thank you.

They are definitely not from the year 1101, and are probably not money. What they are, and what they are worth, I don't know.--Jeroen.

Bob wrote:
Saturday, 10 June 2006 20:40:06 PHT
HI, I am interested in buying Philippine coins and paper money to include the emergency money used during the war, I also have extra's of some notes that I will trade. If you have any of these items that you want to sell please notify me at rpapagno@aol.com....Thanks.
Skip wrote:
Saturday, 10 June 2006 07:19:39 PHT
I have a 1945 silver Phillipino dime in perfect condition. Can anyone tell me the value? It was minted in Denver.
Fiona wrote:
Thursday, 8 June 2006 21:38:16 PHT
Hi! We have this schooL thing, and our prof is asking for the thickness of a 1-peso coin. Does anyone know? Thanks!!!
Regine wrote:
Thursday, 8 June 2006 01:52:06 PHT
Hi Bernadette, dis s regine. could u pls. contact me through dis # 09179304344. thanks
Ianne V. Valmeo wrote:
Monday, 5 June 2006 12:21:40 PHT
Anyone interested in buying old peso coins (1peso and 50cents) please email me. Coins are still in good condition.
Rachel wrote:
Friday, 2 June 2006 11:35:59 PHT
Looking for 1906 one peso coin. Tsaka where do I find the plastic slab for my collection? Thanks so much!
Bernadette wrote:
Wednesday, 31 May 2006 19:10:40 PHT
I'm selling Phillipine coins which dates back to 1945. Anyone interested pls email me
Greg wrote:
Wednesday, 24 May 2006 22:31:51 PHT
Hello, I'm looking for Philippine commonwealth and older coins. I am also looking for articles about these coins. Please e-mail meat greg.villanueva@navy.mil or calambeno@yahoo.com Presyong Pilipinas please, alam ko ang mga tunay na presyo niyan. Dealer po ako, kaya kailangan ko pa rin patubuan, hindi ako tatanggap ng presyonmg pang balikbayan or tourista. Thanks.
Jason wrote:
Thursday, 11 May 2006 15:44:16 PHT
If anyone is interested in selling some coins please email me with some pictures and I'll consider them Thanks.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Tuesday, 9 May 2006 06:07:47 PHT
Just a reminder. Nickel is traded at a record high. Right now is $9.1248 per pound. At an exchange rate of 51.33 to one dollar, our 1975-82 five pesos pure nickel coin is worth 20.65 peso.
Regine Sancianco wrote:
Tuesday, 9 May 2006 06:06:34 PHT
Anyone interested to buy old coins can email me at reginesancianco@yahoo.com. thanks.
Taikee wrote:
Tuesday, 2 May 2006 16:27:39 PHT
What is the value of a 1972 Philippine one peso coin? What is its silver content?

Nobody can give a market value for a coin without seeing it, and assessing its condition. There is no silver in 1972 circulation Philippine Peso coins.--Jeroen.

Regine Sancianco wrote:
Sunday, 30 April 2006 15:15:18 PHT
I have lots of Philippine coins which my father gave me. I also have foreign coins. How can I sell it?
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 26 April 2006 02:26:46 PHT
To get bullion value for Philippine silver coin is simple. New york or London spot price times exchange rate times .78 ounce of silver equal 1903 to 1906 pesos. For 50 centavos just divided by one half and so on. and times .5144 for 1907 to 1912 pesos. Again, for better prices. Check the condition of each coin.
Lito de Guzman wrote:
Friday, 21 April 2006 11:58:47 PHT
This is my first time, to encounter this section, and perhaps this section, give me enough idea about coin collection. I have collected many coins of different designs and years, including some bills. Well thanks for opening my eyes, on how to preserved these collections. I just only have the idea, when I read some of the comments in your section.

It does not need to be cleaned or polished, just like the antiques and the paintings, to preserve its value. It also open my eyes, that there are coin collectors in the Philippines, not just in the antique shops. Just like in painting, yyou have to collect some named artists and some are incoming to be great. Coin collections is knowing the art of collecting, and the history that it was created.

In painting, the priced value will depend on the the year it was created, the artist who made it, and the accomplishment the artist made, popularity and his contribution to the art, will be a part in dictating the price.

I remember one artist I know, and this is Dean Jose Joya. The first time I saw his painting, it worth only P30,000.00, but after three weeks when I came back to the gallery, the price of the painting went up three times of the price I've seen three weeks ago, Dean Joya that time was in a coma. But after a month, it went up again ten times, I've heard that Dean Joya passed away, the reason why the price went up, no more production from the artist can be done.

In coin collection, the advantage now is the internet, where you can browse and explore about how much your collection sell in the market. Coin collecting is much more fun, you have to hunt for an old kind of domination. Sometimes you can hit the jackpot, when you find a good valued coin at the lower price. Different designs attract me a lot in collecting this item, it just like a mini sculpture, that need to be display, not only in a clear book, but have it frame, to make it more appreciative item. Coin colection, is like collecting one nation, their culture that was molded in the piece of silver, nickel or gold.

This is my first time, and I hope that to know more about this section....

As always, the price of things is determined by supply and demand. Once an artist dies, the supply of new works will end, and only existing works can be re-sold. This may increase the price dramatically if the artist becomes famous (Such as Van Gogh, who only sold one painting while alive, and whose works now fetch millions). However, most artists never become famous, so demand remains low. As with coins, my advise is: primarily buy art because you like it's beauty, not as an investment, unless you are a professional in the field.--Jeroen.

Raffy Canlas wrote:
Friday, 21 April 2006 11:04:40 PHT
Seriously speaking, very old and dirty coins should now all be melted nowadays to recover their bullion/metallic contents to be used in more pratical items and because these pose health risk to individuals. Certain specimens may be kept in museums however, but should be in protective covers (protecting humans primarily and the specimen secondary), for all succeeding generations to see and not hoarded in some individual's drawer or dark attic/vaults. This move will also greatly ease the destructive effects of metallic mining to the environment. Furthermore, with the advent of modern technologies, these specimens may also be catalogued and stored in softcopies for all to appreciate as electronic copies are now increasingly becoming acceptable proofs/records. The advent of e-cash will also pave the way for cashless society where we do not need to see actual cash (banknotes and coins) in our bank accounts and ATM/credit cards, just the transactions facilitated. Dealers and potential buyers of would then create new business in selling the information (history, other facts etc.) and electronic catalogues of these pieces. Thank you very much. raffyboy@yahoo.com
Lito de Guzman wrote:
Thursday, 20 April 2006 12:26:43 PHT
This is my first time, to encounter this section. and perhaps this section give me enough idea about coin collection. I have collected many coin of different designs, including some bills. Well thanks for opening my on how to preserve thess collections. It does need to be cleaned just like the antiques and the paintings, to preserve its value. It also open my eyes, that there are coin collectors in the Philippines. Just like in painting, you have to collect some named artists and some are incoming to be great. The priced value for each painting will become more higher as the date dictates and the contribution to the field of art and the demanding popularity of the artist. Just like Dean Jose Joya, the first time i saw the painting, it worth only P30,000.00, but after three weeks when i came back to the gallery, the painting went three times higher, since Dean Joya was in coma. After a month Dean Joya died, because of infection in his surgery. You know how much the painting that time, it worth 10 times of the price. In coin collection, the advantage now, we have the internet, where we can explore about our collection. It is a low cost investment, but if you are lucky enough, you can have a jackpot for your collection. Coin collection makes more interesting, that sometime you have the feeling to buy those items, to add to your collection, the designs of money, that create a one nation on that time. This is my first time, to collect coins and i hope, that i will know more about this section.
Shaui wrote:
Thursday, 20 April 2006 08:06:55 PHT
I have various Philippine coin ranging 10c to 1 pesos 1903 to 1974. How can Isell it? and how much they are worth? 10c - 1914,1917,1938 .25c 1944,1945 .20c 1909 - .50c 1907, 1908, 1909, 1917, 1918, 1919, 1920, 1921, 1944, 1994- 1 peso coin 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910. Thank You.
Warren wrote:
Tuesday, 11 April 2006 06:59:53 PHT
Mr. Jimmy, thanks for the info. Anybody has a paper bills for the '50s (before the release of Ang bagong Lipunan)... please e-mail me at wtadena@hotmail.com
Jjimmy Dee wrote:
Monday, 10 April 2006 14:13:16 PHT
Bullion value for 1903 to 06 peso is 494 pesos while the 1907 to 12 is 326 pesos. but condition start from fine and up command a better prices. ps Philippine commemorative silver coins from 1975 to 1982. 50 pesos silver coin bullion value 545 pesos. and the 25 silver coin is 269 pesos.
Warren wrote:
Saturday, 8 April 2006 15:51:04 PHT
I'm interested in buying old coins (1940's down), please help me find who and where to buy... I have One Peso silver coin 1907 & 1908 plus some 10 cent 1909, 1917, 1929 , i'd like to know how much they are worth.
blessie wrote:
Friday, 7 April 2006 13:38:24 PHT
I am interested in buying old coins. please email me the prices.
Jhane wrote:
Wednesday, 5 April 2006 17:28:36 PHT
To HENO... What is your email add? I'm interested and open for conversation.. Jhane
Heno wrote:
Tuesday, 4 April 2006 23:14:36 PHT
Hello. I happen to have an 1878 american one dollar coin. I plan to sell it in the future. Just email me at the ad. Thanks
Sugar wrote:
Saturday, 1 April 2006 16:43:05 PHT
I have about 400 pcs of bagong lipunan 5 peso coins from 1970++. i'd like to know how much they're worth nowadays? pls help me. =(
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Friday, 31 March 2006 12:52:34 PHT
Correction gold is 591 dollars per ounce.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Friday, 31 March 2006 12:49:35 PHT
Do you have 1975 to 1982 5 peso nickel coin?. By melting the nickel content. It now cost 80 peso each. That is only a bullion price, but numismatically speacking. It will cost hundreds of peso each. I once have 1000 pieces of 1975 Marcos nickel five pesos coin, but when I moved to america I deposit half of it to the bank and my relative exchange the other half. Gold is 891 dollars per ounce while silver is 11.76 per ounce. Nickel 7 dollar plus and copper 2.50 plus. all recent record highs.
COIN_newbie wrote:
Tuesday, 28 March 2006 16:41:32 PHT
What do "proof set" means, is it of any value?

Originally, proof sets where made by a mint to present to dignitaries for official purposes. They are carefully made and handled, and typically packed in a nice box. Nowadays, proof sets are also made for collectors, and some collectors pay considerably more for them.--Jeroen.

COIN_newbie wrote:
Tuesday, 28 March 2006 16:38:13 PHT
Does anyone know the value of Pope John Paul commemorative coin. I know there are two, the first one in silver I think and the second one was from his most recent visit here in Philippines colored yellow or gold. I need to know where I can get a pair of each kind in reasonable prices. Thanks and more power!

I have no idea on values. They also issued commorative banknotes.--Jeroen.

Alice wrote:
Monday, 27 March 2006 12:00:42 PHT
I have 1000pcs 1972-1974 Philippine Peso coin. Anyone interested to buy.
Don Anthony Tadeo wrote:
Sunday, 26 March 2006 09:43:24 PHT
LEVI and MICHELLE ALBIS. If you're reading this please contact me ASAP.
Amok wrote:
Monday, 20 March 2006 23:23:14 PHT
Hi all, I have just purchased an 1859 Isabela 2 "20 reales" with isabela facing right the year below it up front, a crown and two pillars with the words "plus ultra" at the back.. I have no idea what its true value is? or its rarity... can someone help me appraise this coin? its purely a "Spanish coin", its not the French minted Spanish coin like the one in Aldo Basso's book.. Anyone familiar with this coin? Pls. e-mail me: caloy_r@yahoo.com
Pao wrote:
Tuesday, 14 March 2006 15:14:05 PHT
I'm selling my 1903 Philippine American silver 1 peso coin. Who's interested? email me at dominict16@gmail.com
Burnett Garcia wrote:
Monday, 13 March 2006 19:26:50 PHT
Ey guys! anybody interested in buying a 1966 U.S. Victoria 50 Peso Bill? Juz name the price and we'll negotiate. if u are interested please email me at burnett_garcia@yahoo.com or call me up at my cell no. 63921 3811817.
Bob wrote:
Sunday, 12 March 2006 12:58:43 PHT
I am interested in purchasing old Philippine paper money from 1900 to about 1945 to include the emergency currency used during the war, please let me know what you have and what you want for it. Contact me at rpapagno@aol.com Thank you.
kaydee wrote:
Thursday, 9 March 2006 08:56:10 PHT
I have 2pcs of 1908 one peso silver coins..and I wanna sell them..pls help me..
Crazyprofessor wrote:
Tuesday, 7 March 2006 13:35:37 PHT
Anybody pls help me.. I've seen a 2,000peso commemorative bill, talga bang ang size niya ay half bond paper size? or naglabas ang BSP ng smaller size na 2000peso bill? pls reply mjtagle@yahoo.com
Shiela wrote:
Sunday, 5 March 2006 11:26:32 PHT
I just want to know the diameter and thickness of 1Php, 5Php, 10Php, and 0.25 centavo. Thanx
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 1 March 2006 23:47:21 PHT
Additional coin forum can be found at coincommunity.com and forums.collectors.com
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 23 February 2006 13:52:50 PHT
To gain coin knowledge. Simply go to your website and type "coin forum". Look for any forum you like. and search for all coin materials. Some forum like coin talk. org and coinpeople.com
Jan wrote:
Thursday, 23 February 2006 13:19:42 PHT
My email is cmtenaj2004@yahoo.com
Jan wrote:
Thursday, 23 February 2006 13:14:41 PHT
I heard months ago that Erap signed notes are for sale. Since then I begin collecting such bills. If this is true, please give me contact numbers of those interested. Thank you so much.
JoR wrote:
Monday, 20 February 2006 20:51:11 PHT
Just a question guys, can anyone tell me why are the colors of our peso bills are like that?? for example the 1000 peso bill is color blue, then the 50 peso bill is abit pink, 20 peso bill is red, 10 peso bill is brown. please need help. A.S.A.P. >_
chocolate wrote:
Friday, 17 February 2006 23:36:00 PHT
I would like to know the current value of the big philippine peso coin 1972-1974. Those interested can email me. Tnx
Gerry G Matriano wrote:
Friday, 17 February 2006 18:53:29 PHT
I have about 8 silver coins with mark of Alphonse, Carolus,8 reales, etc from our grandparents, they are from the 17hundreds. I kept them for several years now. I got intereseted in them when I read this page. I will write about their details here when I get the time. Thanks
Michelle wrote:
Sunday, 12 February 2006 17:38:50 PHT
Thank you very much for displaying these coins. It saves me a lot of trouble from scanning them for my son's assignment.
Tish wrote:
Thursday, 9 February 2006 19:01:28 PHT
I have a 10 cents, 50 cents, twenty five cents and one peso Philippine coins they are from 1900 to 1970 mixed collection. I have also bagong lipunan 100 pesos, 50 pesos , 20 pesos, 10, 5, 2 pesos Philippine bills. Just want to know how much is the worth of each right now? Thanks
Michael wrote:
Thursday, 9 February 2006 12:30:44 PHT
I got a coin dated 1805, CAROLUS IIII, DEI GRATIA. I would like to have the information about the coin and the price idea.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 9 February 2006 08:33:20 PHT
When can you up date your Philippine paper money?. and is there any move by the philippine central bank to change the coin and paper money designs?.
erap wrote:
Wednesday, 8 February 2006 06:53:17 PHT
i have an AlfonsoXII 1882 coin w/ pics, anyone interested just e-mail me, best offer
karenina wrote:
Tuesday, 7 February 2006 02:46:03 PHT
I have a Philippine half centavo coin which was minted 1904.how much do you think is the value of this coin now?thanks very much...
Bryan wrote:
Friday, 3 February 2006 11:28:46 PHT
Yeah was just wondering what would a 1964 Philippines twenty five centavos be worth if anything
Raul J Balingit wrote:
Friday, 3 February 2006 11:23:06 PHT
Is there anybody who want to sell TWO PCS each complete set of PHIL-SPANISH coins? I need two pcs each for my wife.. shes a banking ang finance student. Also, I need a complete set of the FIRST ISSUE of the bagong lipunan paper bill (1-peso to 100-peso bills) Pls contact me at 09184392612 or mjtagle@yaoo.com Thanks.
Jess wrote:
Wednesday, 1 February 2006 18:59:48 PHT
I would like to request for an information about the history of Philippine money in complete detail. I need it badly. Please e-mail it to me. Thank you.
Agin wrote:
Friday, 27 January 2006 10:45:02 PHT
Anybody who is interested in buying old coins please contact me at my email gina_rosal@yahoo.com. I have lots of old coins for sale.
Gerry wrote:
Saturday, 21 January 2006 09:33:15 PHT
To Edwin, please open your email I send already the the one who can help you where you can find the right person who can give you the best thing you need. Thanks and good luck, and have a nice day.
Jimmy dee wrote:
Thursday, 19 January 2006 13:08:37 PHT
When will the Philippines change its coinage and paper notes again?.
Anchor1112 wrote:
Sunday, 15 January 2006 01:45:18 PHT
Where can I get a list of coin dealers and their addresses in the Philippines? Thnaks.
Beth Sarmiento wrote:
Saturday, 14 January 2006 15:41:03 PHT
To Victoria, it is not an offense to the viewing public if anyone knows and shares his or her substantial knowledge about the coin-collecting hobby. the people at the numismatic community are most welcome to educate the beginners the true value of coins, helping the novice collector that they may not fall victim to some bogus individuals charging outrageous prices for their low grade/melting-pot quality coins. i have met people here with this attitude : that anything old is worth a fortune. if you hold on to this idea without proper and ample education on the hobby, you are in for the shock of your life !

ps. Victoria, nagtatagalog ako para madali sa directang sinusulatan ko na mas sanay sa tagalog, but if you want it in english no problem for me, I am more comfortable in the english medium :) also, this is a coin forum not a language forum. F.Y.I. ?!

Edwin wrote:
Friday, 13 January 2006 14:52:37 PHT
The site is nice! Anyone here know someone in the Philippines who sells Philippine banknote? If you do know some one please let me know. My email address is edwin5419@yahoo.com/ someone please help me find persons selling banknotes residing in the Philippines. Thank you!
Victoria wrote:
Friday, 13 January 2006 10:02:49 PHT
To Beth Sarmiento. I can sense you know so much about values of old coins but please do not insult those who are not knowlegeable like what you wrote to Limar. You can't even write in English. You may know something about old coins but Limar may know many things that you do not know. So please, be a lady and watch your manners.
khen wrote:
Sunday, 1 January 2006 01:33:33 PHT
Anyone intrested to buy or trade Spanish-Philippine 1964 gold coin, Morgan 1892-O, US-Phil. 1 peso 1907-S 3pcs, 50 cents 1944-1945 21pcs. Just email me.
Smile wrote:
Wednesday, 28 December 2005 17:37:40 PHT
I have a ten peso bill which is issued during Japanese regime, anybody know where can I sell this kind of old money? and I also have 30pcs of 1 peso silver.. Thanks
Charles Eric Tan wrote:
Wednesday, 28 December 2005 15:03:46 PHT
Are there still someone who would like to buy or be interested in some old coins, I got some old coins from late 1940's up to 1990's..Please help me!
Julius wrote:
Tuesday, 27 December 2005 12:38:49 PHT
I found more or less 200 pcs of one centavo coins, they have different dates, from 1903-1944, madumi na yung iba, yung iba medyo nagasgas na na parang ginamit sa pag cara y cruz. Any body interested. Julius (09209251903)
B. Noehren wrote:
Tuesday, 27 December 2005 05:58:22 PHT
My brother-in-law gave me several pieces of Philippine coin years ago, but only found them this afternoon. They are not that old, but curious what value they may be. 8-1 Piso coins 1977-1989; 2- 2Piso coins (1984); 3-50 sentimo coins (1985); 3-25 sentimos coins (1984-1990). Please email as I never watch this page (bnoehren@aol.com). Sell or hand down to grandchildren?)
Donnie wrote:
Saturday, 24 December 2005 01:12:47 PHT
To Mr. Richard Hopp, What you have is a silver coin commemorating the 25th anniversary of Bataan. It was made as a commemorative coin and not intended for use as money. While it is legal tender at that time, nobody would like to spend it because it is worth more than the face value itself.
Donnie wrote:
Saturday, 24 December 2005 01:05:41 PHT
To Mr. I Krasny, I am very much interested in your uncirculated rolls of 1944, but I doubt it to be one peso. Kindly check the denomination and post it again. Thanks.
Frank Maitoza wrote:
Wednesday, 21 December 2005 17:15:12 PHT
I have several Phillipine paper money from WWII and some coins. Is there any monetary value to these for collectors?
I.Krasny wrote:
Tuesday, 20 December 2005 12:16:37 PHT
We found a cigar box containing a role of 1944 uncirculated one peso coins dated 1944.On the reverse it sais UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Any one interested to purchase some of these BU coins send Me an e-mail.Price is negotiable.
Richard Hopp wrote:
Wednesday, 14 December 2005 03:23:42 PHT
I have an odd coin, it was give to me several years ago and I have never seen anything like it. It was minted in the 1960's it is a solid silver piso, it is a 25th Anniversary of Bataan Day and has the dates 1942 to 1967. I'm very curious about this coin. My wife is of filipina decsent and she wants to know about this coin. You help is greatly appreciated.
Richard wrote:
Monday, 5 December 2005 14:39:32 PHT
Do you have the meaning of the images in the old two peso coin? The two peso coin in octagonal in shape. Thanks
Daphne wrote:
Wednesday, 30 November 2005 12:24:21 PHT
All of those are much interesting specially for us students who really want to know about the Philippine money....but I want the history of the Philippine money...when & where was published and when the money began its value.......
Dickson wrote:
Tuesday, 29 November 2005 18:11:03 PHT
To Chrys, Please contact me if you are willing to buy/trade coins. My mobile no.(0915 9098081). Hope to here from you soon. Thanks and regards.
Chrys wrote:
Tuesday, 29 November 2005 15:10:11 PHT
Hello again! To the author of this particular section of this site: Where can I get those old Spanish-Philippine coins? I am very interested. Are they very expensive in value? Please email me how much approximately it would cost. Thanks. Really really great site. Well done, my husband likes this site, he always wants to visit Bohol. We owned lands in Limasawa Island and we see Bohol once in a while on a clear day from there.
Chrys wrote:
Tuesday, 29 November 2005 13:30:01 PHT
Very good and informative site about Philippine coin. I collect coins, does anybody want to swap? Please email me.
Jim Sims wrote:
Tuesday, 29 November 2005 03:22:25 PHT
I have a One Peso silver coin...dated 1904...and looks in very good condition....anyone interested ... please email me...Thanks, Jim
Dickson wrote:
Friday, 25 November 2005 20:50:19 PHT
Does anyone interested in 1928m mule 20cents in xf condition.
Glo Torno wrote:
Wednesday, 23 November 2005 13:11:41 PHT
I have 18 pcs. 1972 1-peso coins. Anyone interested to buy? Call me at 254-1586.
Boni wrote:
Wednesday, 23 November 2005 07:50:47 PHT
How much you sell your old Phil. money? Where where is your location?
Maze wrote:
Tuesday, 22 November 2005 16:15:47 PHT
I have old coins 1942-1945 US-Phil gov. and have paper bills of Japanesse gov. can u tell me where I sell this coz I want to sell all my stuff.
Lenny wrote:
Tuesday, 22 November 2005 16:14:44 PHT
I have a P1 peso paper note from 1949 looking for more info as far as value.
Melissa wrote:
Friday, 18 November 2005 21:29:03 PHT
Please text me at 09153182774... Thank you!
Melissa wrote:
Friday, 18 November 2005 21:24:08 PHT
Hello. Does anyone know how much 1972-1974 one peso coins are sold now?
Se3kErS wrote:
Friday, 18 November 2005 00:56:46 PHT
I have lots of 1 peso old coins (1972 and 1974). Anyone interested? please send your mail @ romeojrtingson@yahoo.com
Glo Torno wrote:
Thursday, 17 November 2005 13:47:47 PHT
Hi - I have 18pcs. 1972 1-Peso coins. Anyone interested to buy?
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Saturday, 12 November 2005 19:45:18 PHT
To Mr. Paul Scimone, Where are You? I am in Manila. I am willing to pay top price for raw, high grade USPI coins. Kindly send your offer. Thanks. donniejacinto@yahoo.com.
Paul Scimone wrote:
Friday, 11 November 2005 19:40:41 PHT
I have over 1000 U.S Admin. silver coins for sale, including a 1906s Peso in EF+, several 1905 straight serif pesos, hundreds of other Pesos (1903-1912), fifty centavos, twenty centavos, ten centavos, five centavos and one centavo coins. Probably one of the largest hoards of choice, high-grade Philippine coins in the world. Anyone interested can email me. Thanks!
Beth Sarmiento wrote:
Wednesday, 2 November 2005 14:20:33 PHT
To Kent : Anong 1906 1 peso sinasabi mo, proof coin ito baka hindi mo alam. Iba yung coin minted for circulation. Sabi na sa iyo bumili ka muna ng libro para malaman mo ang tungkol sa coins. Yung 1943 Lincoln walang value yan kung zinc coated steel yan. May simpleng test para malaman mo...hehehe Bili ka ng libro. 1880-1885 4p Alfonso hehehehe ano timbang ng mga ito? Yung isang drum na 'melting pot-grade' mo na 1P, wala tlaga bibili nyan kundi alahera dahil scrap value na yang common at upod-upod.
Kent wrote:
Monday, 31 October 2005 21:46:26 PHT
To Beth, Yes iha, it sold american numismatist, pero isang drum 2 d nla kya byaran lahat. Ikaw do you want 2 buy 1906 us- phils 1 peso,1 943 na lincoln cent? 1804 liberty dollar? seated liberty, peace dollar, o kya gold coins alponse XII 4 peso 1880-1885 but how mch is your price.
Beth Sarmiento wrote:
Monday, 31 October 2005 15:35:59 PHT
To Kent : Naibenta mo na ba yung upod-upod mo na coins ? Suggest ko sa iyo bumili ka muna ng libro tungkol sa Numismatics para malaman mo yung tunay na presyo. And grade ng coins mo ay 'melting pot quality'. Bukod sa common na upod-upod pa.
Kent wrote:
Saturday, 29 October 2005 08:54:34 PHT
To Gil, the coins' prices depend on the condition of the coins so no one can give you exact price, all you have to do meet a professional numismatist who can help you. Thanks.
Gil wrote:
Saturday, 29 October 2005 04:13:29 PHT
I have some one peso coins and would like to find out how much they are worth, can anyone help me? The dates are from 1907 1908 1909 and 1910, also have one 1903 50 centavos. Thank you,
Dickson wrote:
Friday, 21 October 2005 13:09:06 PHT
To Kent. Wer is your location? I would like to meet you personally.Tnx.
Kent wrote:
Friday, 21 October 2005 11:21:34 PHT
To Dickson, i'm willing to finance so please give me your cel #. You can contact me this # 09193117968 or gpansipansi@yahoo.com thanks.
Kent wrote:
Friday, 21 October 2005 11:17:46 PHT
To Jerome, i'm interested your coins please contact me this # 09193117968 or gpansipansi@yahoo.com thanks.
Raul J Balingit wrote:
Thursday, 20 October 2005 16:09:46 PHT
I'm in the process of writing a book about history of Philippine money and compiling at least two pcs each, is there anyone out there who can sell to me a complete set of all demonetized Philippine money? My # is 09184392612 rjbalingit@amaes.edu.ph is my email add. I hope to hear from anyone here soon...
Coindigger_69 wrote:
Thursday, 20 October 2005 09:23:10 PHT
To anyone here who are interested in a"PALE FULL OF OLD AMERICAN COINS"! The coins was found by an old man. Please contact me DICKSON (046)4330346 local 4408 anyday of the week except friday from 2 to 10 pm.This is urgent.So please hurry-up. All i need is someone who can finance me. Thanks and best regards.
Glenn Dy wrote:
Wednesday, 19 October 2005 12:27:07 PHT
Hi, I want to trade my 2 pcs. 1910s 1 peso coin both xf or better to Spanish coins of equal value, any offer appreciated glenn_dy1976@yahoo.com
Jerome wrote:
Tuesday, 11 October 2005 09:56:32 PHT
To: Levi, pls tell me also how much the value price of this coins, because I want to sell all of this. Here are the list..{1peso-1907-1pc/1peso1908-1pc}(50c,1909-1pc/50c1917-2pcs}{20c,1903-6pcs/20c,1904-1pc note:20c big size in diameter){20c,1903-1pc/1907-2pcs./1913-2pcs./1915-1pc/1918-4pcs/1919-1pc/1921-1pc/1929-1pc)(war coins of 1944-50c,7pcs/1945,50c-10pcs.}20c,1944-2pcs./1945-9pcs. I have also a 98pcs of 1972-1 peso coin(Marcos Regime). Thanks in advance, Jerome eml me @----- jeromepc4677@yahoo.com.ph
Tim Ford wrote:
Monday, 10 October 2005 02:42:08 PHT
It's a 1834 with the number 5 on it a lady and a fountian. U.S. mint on back is a ealge said United States of American and on the front it saids philippines. I have this coin how much is it thank you
Levi wrote:
Monday, 10 October 2005 01:57:40 PHT
To Chris, The 1885 Alfonso with denomination 50Cent De Peso is minted in Manila (five pointed star) and is intended for use in the Philippines, hence, it is a Philippine Coin. The other one was probably minted, depending on the pointed stars, 6= Madrid, 7=Sevilla, 8=Barcelona, all in Spain and is a Spanish Coinage. Happy Collecting.
Michelle Albis wrote:
Sunday, 9 October 2005 12:41:52 PHT
For me 1 peso worth much...!!! because of the crisis here in the Philippines....
Chris wrote:
Sunday, 9 October 2005 06:31:21 PHT
I am slightly confused, maybe you can help. 1885 coins, from Spain,(de Espana)both I thought were 50 cent. One has figure facing left(heads) and second has figure facing right. Both have Alfonso XII, however 1st says "50 cent" while 2nd says "50 CsDE Peso" at the bottom. The only other difference is the letters "POR" are moved from right to left on coin face. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Chris
Levi wrote:
Saturday, 8 October 2005 23:42:23 PHT
To Dickson, There is a posting below from MR. MARLON ROXAS, dated September 16, 2005. He is the secretariat of Philippine Numismatic and Antiquarian Society. Kindly get in touch with him, he is eager to help you become a member. Regards, Levi.
Dickson wrote:
Saturday, 8 October 2005 23:27:41 PHT
To Levi, Are you a member of PNAS? Hope you could help me to be one! Thanks and best regards.
Glenn Dy wrote:
Saturday, 8 October 2005 17:01:37 PHT
I have 2pcs of 1910s 1 peso in xf, is it fair for 500 pesos a pc?
Kim wrote:
Saturday, 8 October 2005 05:49:13 PHT
I have a 5 sentimos coin with Melchura Aquino's face on it. Is it worth anything.
Levi wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 21:21:22 PHT
To Gi Tan, Your 1907 peso could fetch a silver bullion price of about 150 pesos. However, as to MS, it means MINT STATE, based on the original fresh minting, die, strike, luster, and until such time that the coin was preserved and left undisturbed. A mint state is uncirculated coin, in original state, graded by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) from 60 to 70. A sample of your 1907-S peso if graded by PCGS as MS64 could command a price of about USD200.00. However, for an MS65 specimen, it is about US$500.00. For an MS67, it could be worth more than US$1,000. Circulated and worn-out copies could end up in a silver melting pot. Regards.
Levi wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 21:08:30 PHT
Hi Dickson, you may try "COINS, MEDALS, and TOKENS OF THE PHILIPPINES" by Aldo P. Basso. This is out-of-print book,and will cost you more in the black market, so you may just opt to request the Philippine Numismatic and Antiquarian Society (http://www.pnas1mr.tripod.com) for a photocopy set of the book. Address: 2nd Floor, Floor Center, 727 EDSA, Cubao, Q. C.
Levi wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 20:58:27 PHT
To Kent, I don't know much of US 1956 flying eagle cents, but in my understanding, it is the most desired coin piece in USA today, regardless of its condition. However, this type of coin has never been put into circulation and considered only as pattern, because at that time US Congress did not passed an ACT authorizing its mintage. However, an order of 1,000 pieces came into being and distributed to politicians, collectors, and few individuals. As it is not included in regular issues of type set collection, it is regarded by some as an important piece among the 1856-1858 series. The coronet type 1856 one cent piece is about US$200 for EF-AU condition, but for the popular flying eagle of 1856... the price could only be determined by the highest bidder. Good Luck!
Dickson wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 20:36:04 PHT
To Jerome, Kindly send me pictures of your coins. Coindigger_69@yahoo.com my e-mail add. Thanks
Dickson wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 20:32:49 PHT
To LEVI, Can you kindly help me to get a copy of any catalog contains Philippine American coin.Here is my e-mail add, coindigger_69@yahoo.com Thanks and best regards...
Kent wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 13:32:11 PHT
To Levi, can you give me the exact value of my coins dated 1856 1 cent, this is a large copper cent, the design is the same with the 1856 small cent, flying eagle at the back incercled with flower. please i need to know the value in any condition, because i want to sell it,this is a USA coin thanks.
Jerome wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 09:49:30 PHT
Gud Day, I need to know how much the value of my silver coins. Here are the list..{1peso-1907-1pc/1peso1908-1pc}(50c,1909-1pc/50c1917-2pcs}{20c,1903-6pcs/20c,1904-1pc note:20c big size in diameter){20c,1903-1pc/1907-2pcs./1913-2pcs./1915-1pc/1918-4pcs/1919-1pc/1921-1pc/1929-1pc)(war coins of 1944-50c,7pcs/1945,50c-10pcs.}20c,1944-2pcs./1945-9pcs. Pls tell me also how much the selling price of this coins, because I want to sell all of this. I have also a 98pcs of 1972-1 peso coin(Marcos Regime). Thanks in advance, Jerome
Gi Tan wrote:
Friday, 7 October 2005 07:21:49 PHT
To Levi: I have one peso coins with 1907 date, do they have value? Is it wise to sell my old coins to antique shops? Thanks for your advice, I see you're very well versed when it comes to rare coins... BTW, what does MS means?
Levi wrote:
Thursday, 6 October 2005 23:23:44 PHT
To Gi Tan, coins of 1920's, the value depends on denomination and condition. At any rate, any denomination (1C, 10C, 20C, and 50C) are common coins that is not worth much EXCEPT that if the condition is in brand-new, shiny uncirculated specimen you could expect to command higher price. Sample 1 centavo 1920 Manila Mint in MS65 red is US$1,500.00, 1 centavo 1920 San Francisco Mint MS65 is US$2,200.00, 50 centavos 1920 Manila Mint MS65 is US$250.00.
Gi Tan wrote:
Thursday, 6 October 2005 12:58:40 PHT
Hi Levi! How about coins dating back from 1920's, are they worth something....
Levi wrote:
Thursday, 6 October 2005 00:30:31 PHT
To Gerry, even at the wrongful posting price of Php5,000.00 this price is inferior to the present value of 1906 and 1910 peso. For instance, a fine grade of 1906-S peso could easily bought at Php40,000. What more for an MS-68? Besides, there is no known MS68 for 1906-S peso. The highest so far, (PCGS MS62, Pop:6) was sold for US$44,000. And also, the highest for a 1910-S peso (PCGS MS64, Pop: 5) was bought by a local collector for US$8,000. Seller of these type of coins should be aware of the right price.
Gerry wrote:
Wednesday, 5 October 2005 16:21:39 PHT
To All readers,please apologize me for the wrong figure i posted lastime,instead of 500 it got over zero so it read 5,000, the truth is 500. i'm very sorry. that is higrade condition is about ms 68.Thanks Gerry
Gerry wrote:
Tuesday, 4 October 2005 22:07:10 PHT
To all readers i'd like to announce that any of you having 1 piso dated 1910,1906 I'm willing to buy 5,000 each, if you are interested contact me this email add gerrygold2000@yahoo.com or 09193117968. Thanks, Gerry
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Friday, 30 September 2005 05:19:23 PHT
To Griff Rudy, as far as 1975 to 1982 series. Before I used to have several hundred thousands pieces of uncirculated coins ranging from one centavo to five pesos all dated 1975 to 1982. The five pesos is a pure nickel featured former President Marcos. I got 5,000 uncirculated pieces. Why I have so much?. Because I can change it from central bank main building for whatever amount that I want to, paper money and coins. But since I came to United States, I deposited 99% of those uncirculated coins to far East bank and Trust. I only brought few hundred pieces for souvenier to United States, or else those coins should have demonetized. Now I keep Uncle Sam uncirculated coins. It will never demonetize and the price keep going up. I got peace medal nickel for $4.50 a roll. Now it worth $23.95 per roll. Remember a roll of nickel is only cost $2.00.
Beth wrote:
Thursday, 29 September 2005 13:09:04 PHT
I got a 1907 Philippine Peso left as a tip on a table I was waiting on, and I was wondering its value. I hope its worth something I felt like I was stiffed. But anywhos If its worth a pretty penny I'd sell it... Someone please let me know..... :) Beth
Igor wrote:
Wednesday, 28 September 2005 13:39:51 PHT
I have seen many one centavo coins minted in 1944. All of them were circulated coins and a few uncirculated ones that would grade MS60 or MS62 at best. Several weeks ago I happend to find my dads strong box in the attic, that had a few American coins and ten, gem uncirculated, one centavo coins dated 1944.

These coins would grade mint state MS65. All inquries should be directed to my e-mail address: kra19@verizon.net

Rey wrote:
Monday, 26 September 2005 11:37:06 PHT
I have a 1903 half-centavo coin sa bahay and I wanna know how much na yung coin ko... Please help.. txt me sa 09266798744
Griff Ruby wrote:
Friday, 23 September 2005 08:11:49 PHT
Fascinating excerpt from Dean C. Worcester's book about the history of how the American made Peso came into being in 1903.

A little history might be nice. The current coinage that is accepted now was introduced in 1995, and in 1998 all previous coinages were demonetized, and there the situation has scarecely changed, with only the introduction of the 10 Piso coin in 2000.

There are however quite a number of distinct periods:

1) Pre-Hispanic, based largely on gold bullion and barter, but also the distinctive "piloncito" which came in various sizes, undated, but featuring a pre-Hispanic Philippine character stamped on them.

2) Early Hispanic, pre-coinage, based largely on foreign currencies, notably the Spanish "cob" coinage, but also other foreign currencies, gold, and barter, but with no distinctive Philippine coinage of any kind.

3) Spanish Barilla period, 1728-1766, the beginnings of distinctive Philippine coinage (except for the Piloncito), characterized by a small number of mostly experimental pieces, but the main economy otherwise unchanged from the second period.

4) Spanish Octavo/Quarto period, 1770's-1835. Small copper coins valued at an eighth (octavo) and fourth (quarto) of a Spanish Reale, contracted by the Spanish government to various Chinese coinmakers (some of whom obviously had serious trouble with European alphabets) at last began to be a small but noticeable medium of exchange. Quite a number of interesting things also came about in this period: A small, undated silver coin with the Spanish lion on one side and a pillar on the other, the first Philippine coins to bear a human portrait (Spanish King Ferdinand VI), counterstamped silver (and a very few gold) coins, at first saying "MANILA" but later featuring a tiny crown with the letters of the current Spanish ruler, FVI or YII, used on foreign coinage, still very much the mainstay of commerce, the introduction of the double and quadruple "quarto" in 1834, only to be cancelled after 1835 by the new reigning queen of Spain, Isabela II.

5) First Casa de Moneda era, 1861-1878, in 1857 Queen Isabel gave direction for a mint to be contructed in the Philippines, and in 1861 it was complete and began churning out one, two, and four Peso gold pieces, bearing her likeness. In 1964 the 10 and 20 Centavo fractional coins, in silver and also bearing her likeness, but facing the other way, were introduced. In 1865 the 50 Centavo coin was introduced, consistent with the 10 and 20, thus completing the run of denominations for this era. After 1868 when Isabel was driven from her throne no new dies were made so all coins from this era made thereafter bear the 1868 date, making that by far the most common and easy date for collectors to procure, especially in high grades.

6) Second Casa de Moneda era, 1880-1898, King Alphonse XII of Spain restarted the coinage of Philippine money, but with a slightly lower silver alloy and only a single gold denomination, the 4 Peso. This coinage bears his likeness (and again he faces the opposite way on the gold coin), and also makes reference to the Spanish Constitution. The 4 peso was only minted in minescule numbers, it is not even known if any were struck in 1883 or 1884 at all. As with Isabel II, Alphonse XII also lost power and no new coin dies were delivered after 1885, so all coins minted on and off for years afterwords bear that date.

7) Alphonse XIII era, 1890's, One Peso struck in 1897, in silver, bearing the likeness of Spanish boy King Alphonse XIII, struck in Spain. An interesting pattern centavo, struck in 1894, closely anticipates the size, weight, and alloy specifications for the future American One Centavo.

8) Revolutionary era, 1898-1902, a few interesting pattern coppers were struck by Aguinaldo's government, but these saw little to no circulation, as commerce continued to depend upon Spanish and other foreign coins (including American), and also the rise of the first wave of "guerrilla notes."

9) American colonial era, 1903-1936, Conant coinage (reasons and details discussed in the above article). In the beginning all denominations were struck both for circulation and proof sets in Philadelphia, with San Francisco only helping out with a few of the silver issues. In 1904 San Francisco takes over minting the silver issues, but base metal issues continue to be struck in Philadelphia. While the unpopularity and discontinuance of the half centavo and the rising price of silver driving the size and alloy reductions in 1907, what is not so well known is the role the Philippines had in enabling US branch mints to coin base-metal coinage. Until 1908, branch mints were only allowed to coin gold and silver, while Philadelphia minted all the base-metal (copper, mickel...) coins. This had something do do with why no five centavos were struck for circulation in the Philippines from 1905 to 1915 and why no one centavos were struck for circulation in 1906 and 1907. The goal was that, except for proof set coinage, all Philippine coins would be struck in San Francisco to cut down on shipping costs from the mint to the Philippines. In 1908 San Francisco base-metal coins, the Philippine one centavo, along with the first branch-mint American Indian Cent. In 1911 this permission finally extended to the Denver mint, and in 1912 both San Francisco and Denver began minting American nickels, and San Francisco began making the five centavo pieces for the Philippines in 1916. Of course as we know the Manila mint opened in 1920, commemorated with copper, silver, and a very few gold "Wilson Dollars," mysteriously closed down for a couple years (1923 and 1924), and functioned continuously from 1925 until its destruction by the Japanese at the end of 1941.

10) The Commonwealth era, 1935-1946, is there any other time in history that a soverign world power ever did so right by a separate nation as America did by the Philippines during and after this Commonwealth era by turning over their country to them in stages, exactly as promised, and meanwhile fighting a major war to drive out the Japanese, all in time to hand over their country whole hog, right on schedule? The new design for the coinage paid homage not only to the former American era, but to the Spanish and the pre-Hispanic eras. Three coins commemorate incoming Commonwealth president Quezon and outgoing General Murphy and American President Roosevelt. After the Japanese destroy the mint, their paper money prevails along with the second wave of "guerrilla notes." Then the Americans return, minting the coins in America as at the start. The Americans were going to turn over their mint in Manila to the new Philippine government in 1946 but "thanks" to the Japanese there was no mint let to turn over.

11) English Series era, 1958-1966, the inspired designs of Melecio Figueroa were resurrected this one more time. The 20 centavos (minted from 1864 by the Spanish clear until 1946 (dated 1945) by the Americans is at last replaced with the more conventional 25 centavos. These coins are made in USA through 1963 but in 1964 onward they are made in England and Germany.

12) Pilipino Series era, 1967-1975, except for some Leper colony coins issued from 1913 to 1930 (and even there only starting with a Peso issued in 1925), these are the first regular circulation coins honoring Phillipine heroes Lapu-lapu, Melchora Aquino, Francisco Baltasar, Juan Luna, Marcelo del Pilar, and Jose Rizal. The one Peso, not circulated outside the leper colony (and that was the special coins made for the colony) had not been placed in circulation since 1912 finally returns in 1972.

13) Ang Bagong Lipuna era, 1975-1982, the square sentimo, the squiggly-shaped five sentimos, and so forth. These coins are actually rather difficult to find in high grades (excluding proofs) as this was an unhappy period for the Philippines so nobody wanted to hoard high grade specimens of these coins. This period came in two phases, each 4 years long, between which there were minor coin design changes to the seal on the reverse to simplify the design, making the man with the gear larger and eliminating other elements, and changing the inscription on the "ribbon" on the seal on the Piso. The 50 sentimos denomination was done away with.

14) Flora and Fauna era, 1983-1994, featuring various plants and animals known and loved in the Philippines. The 50 sentimos coin was returned to production, along with the 2 pesos which had not seen production since its mintage by the Spanish as a gold coin in the 1870's (dated 1868). This too comes in two phases, the first 8 years long and the second the remaining four. For the second phase, the 25 sentimos brass coin shrunk, the 50 sentimos coin also shrunk and changed alloy, the piso shrank, the two piso shrank and changed from a many-sided coin to a round one, and a five piso coin was introduced, commemorating Emilio Aguinaldo.

15) The current era, 1995-current, described and pictured above.

Thanks for the long explanation, Griff. We are planning to add articles to this website on each of these eras, and show samples of each of the coins.--Jeroen

Jimmy Dee wrote:
Friday, 23 September 2005 03:48:09 PHT
Let's participate at www.cointalk.org, and you will get a lot of information regarding coin collecting.
Jerry Collins wrote:
Thursday, 22 September 2005 22:36:02 PHT
I have a 1936 one centavo us/filipina where can I find the value I understand they are scarce, please respond. Jerry
Blue wrote:
Wednesday, 21 September 2005 12:13:40 PHT
This article is very wonderful and helps us students.
Jojo wrote:
Wednesday, 21 September 2005 09:42:14 PHT
How much is a 1982 5 piso coin worth? It has Marcos face in it.. Andi also have a Pope John Paul 2 coin 1995 how much is it also worth? pls email me, china_boy212@yahoo.com
Demoderb wrote:
Tuesday, 20 September 2005 16:37:55 PHT
To Mr.Dominic, It would be a pleasure for me if you could give some advice on how to become a member of the PNAS. Im from Cavite. Thank you and best regards.
Marlon Roxas wrote:
Friday, 16 September 2005 17:07:10 PHT
You can access the Philippine Numismatic & Antiquarian Society website on this URL: http://pnas1mr.tripod.com The societies address and tel. / fax are as follows: The Philippine Numismatic & Antiquarian Society 2nd Flr. Floor Center #727 EDSA, Cubao, Quezon City Philippines or e-mail us at: pnas@broline.com
Dominic Albert wrote:
Tuesday, 13 September 2005 15:07:29 PHT
Yes it would be nice. I put the explanation below seeing that there were so many want ads for buyers and sellers. I'm good to help whichever way possible.

I can give scans of the 1906-S peso in my collection and other coins and notes for the site if you are interested. Just let me know what you need pictured

Would be nice if you contacted me directly instead of me posting the discussions on the boards

Jimmy Dee wrote:
Sunday, 11 September 2005 11:16:42 PHT
Latest price list from sources in u.s.a. stated 1903s philippine silver large peso and 1909s silver small peso are the same price. buying price is 450 peso and selling price is 1000 peso for very fine. 1200 peso for extra fine. 1907s and 1908s still buying at 300 peso.
Cesar Esmas wrote:
Sunday, 11 September 2005 04:05:24 PHT
Since the 1976 publication of Dr. Angelita Ganzon de Legarda "Piloncitos to Pesos-A brief History of Coinage in the Philippines," there is no book I am aware that has a comprehensive coverage of Phil. numismatics.

Perhaps you could design a database of Phil. coins with corresponding scanned images.

The reason floating rates happened and near hyper inflation--is the US cheated. Prior to early 1970's, the US dollar is pegged to gold (since the US is the Rome of today it holds the world economy hostage). So when the Vietnam war escalated the US debt rose. So if foreign countries like Switzerland and Japan will collect gold for their US dollars the US would go bankrupt. By a stroke of a pen Nixon freed the US dollar from the gold thus almost reducing American debt by 50%. Japan and Switzerland had to follow the "fait accompli" or they would hold worthless paper US dollars, thus the world went to "floating currencies."

Inflation is strictly being defined as the supply of money. Thus "money" then being circulated is controlled borrowings by a country's Central Bank or equivalent. So the concept of money is based of confidence and trust. The country's currency is based on its gold holdings and other assets versus is debts and obligations.

I hope your website remains active and perhaps the normal Filipino citizen could pursue this worthwhile hobby if his economic situation improves. I guess the Filipino middle income (the real backbone of democracy) is disappearing.

Getting a database on-line would be great idea, if some people here are willing to scan their coins (just on a flat-bed scanner, at least 600 DPI full color, use a piece of black paper as a background), for inclusion here. Especially those having coins in nice qualities. I can add a few pages to this website if I get enough submissions. The same is true for banknotes.

Whether leaving the gold standard was a bad thing or not is an endless discussion. I myself tend to think that you can't eat gold as much as you can't eat paper, so it makes little difference. Money is merely a means of administrating how much of the pie belongs to who. If you study monetary history, currencies have been loosing purchasing power for centuries. This really isn't something new. You're right that (hyper)inflation is something that hurts the middle class most: the poor classes have no money to loose anyway, whereas the rich have their assets savely in things like real estate, factories, etc., that are not that much affected by inflation.

The US has a huge outstanding debt, which is of some concern to other countries, but it has one benefit: the debt is written in terms of its own currency, which is not the case for the Philippines. If the US want to reduce its debt by inflation, that would also mean that the Philippine debt would be reduced, as that too is mainly denominated in US dollars. Whether it is going to happen I don't know.--Jeroen

Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Sunday, 11 September 2005 02:37:25 PHT
Glenn, you may want to check www.thetradingpost.com and click "in the news", there you could browse PNAS. Regards.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Sunday, 11 September 2005 01:52:37 PHT
To Mr. Cesar Esmas, We have a comprehensive coin catalogue - "Coins, Medals, and Tokens of the Philippines" by Aldo P. Basso. And also, you may want to visit coin dealers for the book... How about trying the "Philippine Numismatic Monogram", printed by the Philippine Numismatic and Antiquarian Society.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Sunday, 11 September 2005 01:47:10 PHT
To Mr. Glenn Dy, You could contact the Philippine Numismatic and Antiquarian Society (PNAS) office and they have all the books and album you are looking for. Also you may want to try the Banknotes Society of the Philippines and the Bayanihan Collectors Club. You can call the Money Museum of the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas, Roxas Blvd. Manila for the complete address and phone numbers of the society. Regards.
glenn dy wrote:
Saturday, 10 September 2005 11:11:01 PHT
anyone here know where to buy locally books about old spanish coins and phil-am coins also coin albums,"NAGPUNTA AKO SA QUIAPO WALA AKO MAKITA KAHITA SA BOOKSTORE"
Josh Boyd wrote:
Saturday, 10 September 2005 04:40:41 PHT
I am wondering the value in American Money for a 1903 S United States Phillipine Silver Peso. I have not seen anymore of these around. I would like to know if it is rare or not. Any information would be helpful. Thanks!
Coindigger wrote:
Friday, 9 September 2005 21:21:14 PHT
Anyone here interested in a piece of one reales dated 1773 in vg condition.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 8 September 2005 04:51:46 PHT
You can try www.cointalk.org and get all the informations about coin collecting. Try it now and pass it to others. Thanks.
Mary Lunsford wrote:
Sunday, 4 September 2005 03:38:08 PHT
How much in American money is 1 piso coin worth from the Phillipines.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 23:39:49 PHT
Mr. Dee, I think you are right. 5% above BV might be the right price, but my friend told me that he got these bullion from the old Central Bank during 1979-1980 when the silver hit the all-time high.

The price of things is determined about supply and demand. Good business people know this, and will take their loss when needed, without pleading they bought at the wrong moment.--Jeroen.

Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 21:20:16 PHT
Thanks Donnie. I think the grades will be between au 57 to ms 62. 20% over bv is quite high. bv to 5% might be the right price. Beside, you talking about 1,000 pcs. bv might be hard to sell them too. you have to consider shipping cost and taxes (u.s.). for philippine local buyers. it won't work too. simply most people can't afford it. and beside that, very few collector.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 20:35:34 PHT
Mr. Jimmy Dee, I suppose you would like to have the peso commemorative of 1961-1964, particularly mabini, bonifacio, and rizal peso. I know somebody selling it for 20% above silver price bullion, all raw brillant uncirculated. Scratches and toning are common on these type of coins, and could be graded anywhere from MS60-64. Immaculate blast white is quite rare. You can have up to 1,000 pcs of these coins.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 20:27:30 PHT
"un peso sagradao verdadero"? sounds like amulet to me. Some of these specimens make rattling sound "to drive evil" away. Anyway, it could be a medal used as amulet by our ancestors. Replicas are plentiful and could be bought easily besides Quiapo Church, Manila.
Eric wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 16:41:59 PHT
Can someone please explain the post below. My understanding is that the word 'PESO' is non-existent in the year 1101. Also, the word peso may have been coined only in the 1800's. Surely this circular metal could have not represented monetary value in the supposed year 1101.
Yonda Canada wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 13:22:46 PHT
I found an old coin with spanish text engraved on one side "UN PESO SAGRADO VERDADERO" year 1101. Interested buyer may contact 0915-4057898.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 05:39:33 PHT
Does anyone know when the Philippine is gonna change again its design on paper currency and coins?.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 00:11:44 PHT
To all dealers, I specialize in Philippine Copper coins, I am in dire need of Spanish Maravedis counterstamped "Y.II". and also Dos Centavos Aguinaldo Issues. Kindly send your best offer to e-mail address below. Thank you.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Thursday, 1 September 2005 00:06:28 PHT
To all coin dealers that will come accross this message, I am a serious buyer of Philippine copper coins, particularly I need Dos Cuartos 1834/1835 and Quatro Cuartos 1834/1835 and most important Ciudad De Manila Barrilla of 1766. Kindly send your best offer to donniejacinto@yahoo.com. Thank you.
Gwargz wrote:
Wednesday, 31 August 2005 17:51:41 PHT
I do collect coins too and bills but i stick to collecting Philippine and u.s. coins and bills only. mas mahirap kung buong mundo na. There is a posting on the net that a Philippine silver peso dated 1906 is the rarest among the rest of the Philippine coins under the u.s. sovereignty. The posting price is 10,000 u.s. dollars. I have seen one (peso: 1906) in Davao but it is in a very poor condition.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Monday, 29 August 2005 22:40:08 PHT
1903 - 1906 Philippine silver peso cost about 290 to 300 peso each. that's for f/vf to vf/xf condition. xf and above command a better price. 1907 to 1912 peso cost about 190 to 200 peso. vf to xf condition. the latter one. i'm not so interested.
Beth Sarmiento wrote:
Monday, 29 August 2005 21:24:18 PHT
Limar how much are your coins baka naman tulad ka ni gerrygold2000@yahoo.com na upod-upod and mga coins tapos sobrang mahal pa....ang hirap sa mga pinoy gustong mging milyonaryo agad, hindi muna pinagaaralan kung ano ang tunay na presyo ng upod-upod na common coins, tuloy hindi mabenta-benta.
Limar wrote:
Monday, 29 August 2005 19:35:03 PHT
I have 100 Pcs of 1 Peso, 1903 Philippine-American coin. If interested, contact me thru my e-mail: rammerboy@yahoo.com
Markuss5 wrote:
Monday, 29 August 2005 16:22:12 PHT
I have observed and read most of the posts here and they are selling without the grade of their coins. To you people who are new in this hobby the value of a coin is not about the antiquity but the rareness and the condition of a coin.
NaiGe wrote:
Monday, 29 August 2005 10:56:06 PHT
I have coins from 1940-1995 if ur willing to buy just contact my e-mail ad.for more info.. Thankz and goodluck!
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Monday, 29 August 2005 00:32:15 PHT
If i have a time to go back to the Philippines. I will be happy to buy several hundred pieces of 1961 to 1964 Philippine commemorative silver peso (brilliant white uncirculated) at ms 63 to ms 65 grades. During 1983, a guy offered me 200 pcs of those peso at 75 peso each. Two reasons i did not buy from him because: the coins were either au condition or bu but toned with scratches, and the price is set at maximum where i can get it few at 45 peso during that time.
Chris wrote:
Monday, 29 August 2005 00:23:45 PHT
Im looking for 10 cents 1910 Philippines-American coin.
Mike wrote:
Sunday, 28 August 2005 21:41:11 PHT
Thank you for the comment Jeroen, There is an active Numismatic community in the Philippines. They are most likely to distinguish the fake ones. But some people from far away places/outskirts of the Philippines have sprung up and totally cannot interpret price guides. They usually pick the mint state price for their wornout/damaged coin as their selling price and end up not selling them and still they wonder why their coins do not sell. What's worse is that they outright sell the obviously fake ones as genuine. I ran across a seller with supposedly rare items including American coins. A funny example is the rare 1856 1 cent which is actually only 19mm in diameter. The sample offered to me was more than twice the diameter of a Morgan Dollar, about 80mm! This is an outright FAKE. You can tell by the ridiculous size difference. I think you can buy this fake at a bookstore-sold as a paper weight. My opinion is that sellers ought to be responsible and honorable enough to know if their items are genuine or not...

Mike, maybe you can post their address here. I wouldn't even call such a thing a fake. It is just a paperweight... There are also fakes that can fool an honest trader, but these certainly are better than casts. In general, my impression of the market for antiques and collectibles in the Philippines is, that it is very undeveloped. On one side, many items are stolen (from churches, etc., even graves), or bought from farmers for give-away prices (teak furniture, wood carvings from old houses). On the other hand, traders highly overprice unrestored items. One nasty result is that more Boholano antiques can now be found packed and rotting away in warehouses in Manila, than in the churches or homes of Bohol where they belong.

An interesting collection would be contemporary fakes, that is fakes not made to fool collectors, but the public at the time the coins were in circulation. When I was in India, I regularly came across such things, mostly made of lead. I haven't seen them in the Philippines (but then, haven't been looking for them also).--Jeroen.

Mike wrote:
Sunday, 28 August 2005 10:21:37 PHT
I agree with the post below. Some sellers know nothing about what they sell and want ridiculously high prices for their coins. Not all old coins are valuable. Knowing the mintages is a first step. Knowing how to grade is another. Also beware of supposed rare American coins sold in Asia. There are many FAKES

Thanks for the advise. I've never bought coins from vendors in the Philippines, since they ask more than for which I can buy the same in Europe, and totally disregard grade. Also, my advise is to collect for fun, not for investment. If you want to invest, almost anything else will give better returns. Anyway, before you spend more than small change on coins, document yourself with catalogs and books on collecting.

For those afraid of fakes. The most common fake you can come across in the Philippines are cast, of which the original is worth a few dollars or more. They can typically be recognized by their 'soapy' feel. Normally the cast is not perfect, and you will see small imperfections in flat areas, where air remained during the casting process. Also, you may notice that the insides of letters, like the letter A are filled with metal.--Jeroen.

Jimmy Dee wrote:
Saturday, 27 August 2005 02:04:29 PHT
As for other metal Philippine coins. except the current issue one. all were but demonetized and worthless. don't even have to ask how much it worth. just keep few on each type for fun.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Saturday, 27 August 2005 02:00:32 PHT
As for Philippine coins. i would stick to silver peso and half peso dated 1903-1912. other silver coins must have xf condition and above. commemorative coins from 1947-1982 at 80%-90% silver content only. those 50% silver content coins. forget about it.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Friday, 26 August 2005 23:46:59 PHT
You can buy current u s coins directly from the u s mint. www.usmint.gov for u s paper money. www.moneyfactory.com
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Friday, 26 August 2005 23:41:11 PHT
Buy u.s. coins continue. Future design with all american president on the one dollar coin. It will start 2007 and end 2018. four presidents each year. lincoln penny will have four design on 2009 to celebrate 100 anniversary. all first lady on the gold coin. and three design for the platinum coin.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Friday, 26 August 2005 23:35:14 PHT
Buy u.s. coins. because it will never demonetized. and there are millions of people collecting on it. beside that, they have money to spend it. now the u.s. mint offer silver proof set, clad proof set, mint set, american eagle, commemorative coins, 50 state quarter and new design nickel. if you are lucky enough. some most recent coins jumped 10 times and above their original offered price.
USABlair wrote:
Tuesday, 23 August 2005 16:44:06 PHT
We need to be professional when dealing to other people, avoid irrating words, when you do not agree on the comment of others. You can send me him directly but not in this site.
Concern wrote:
Tuesday, 23 August 2005 16:36:23 PHT
Please observe courtesy specially when pointing out directly to the person. If you are not interested on the item what he posted in, do not comment anything. It is irrating in the eyes of other people reading this site.Please be professional when dealing.
Erap4ever wrote:
Sunday, 21 August 2005 21:50:04 PHT
Are there any erap coins ? i will buy any erap coins. also i am willing to pay any price for a res cortez coin if there's any or even a susan roces coin perhaps...
Stephanie wrote:
Sunday, 21 August 2005 18:30:00 PHT
It is real bad! no just joking i havent even read it i just wanted to comment. but it looks pretty imformative.
Colector wrote:
Sunday, 21 August 2005 14:30:41 PHT
Please be kind enough to observe courtesy to this site. If you are a seller or buyer post your ad but limit your private email to each other. It's irritating to see some people whine when the deals do not push through...
Gerry wrote:
Sunday, 21 August 2005 12:32:35 PHT
To:Midz Lancho, hi!please indicate your price so that it more attractive to sellers especially to me, bka nman 2lad ka ni Beth, how many dollars you offer? i wait your response. 09193117968 or Gerrygold2000@yahoo.com thanks a lot. Best Regards, Gerry
Gerry wrote:
Sunday, 21 August 2005 12:22:41 PHT
To:Beth please nman hwag mong bratin ang price,kwa2 nman ang my ari ng coins,kng mron kang coins ng dated 2lad ng cnabi mo bilhin ko ng 300 ang isa,i know you don't sell it,ang hrap sa mga pinoy gus2 mging milyonaryo agad.if you want to get in touch w/me e2 ung # ko,09193117968 or gerrygold2000@yahoo.com
Beth Sarmiento wrote:
Thursday, 18 August 2005 17:05:42 PHT
I am buying old coins dated 1906 and below. I can buy them for 200pesos each coin. Please text me at 0919-699-38-78 or email me at bethcsarmiento2004@yahoo.com
Beth Sarmiento wrote:
Thursday, 18 August 2005 15:12:48 PHT
I have 300 pieces of old philippine coins dated 1972-1974, it's a big peso coin, Jose Rizal face. Anyone who is interested to buy. Please email me or text me at 0919-699-38-78
Midz Landicho wrote:
Wednesday, 17 August 2005 17:17:35 PHT
I'm looking for Saint Gaudens coins to buy - any mint state conditions are welcome. Please contact me at midland93@yahoo.com. or will check on this website from time to time. (US loc. okay, prefers to meet at Coin shows.)
Ozzy wrote:
Wednesday, 17 August 2005 12:27:23 PHT
I got ten pieces of old Philippine coins. These ten coins are one peso coins dated 1972. Anyone interested, juz send me an email..I need to sell these coins asap...juz help me...
Kany Vic wrote:
Sunday, 14 August 2005 11:43:13 PHT
Any one their who has some old philippine coins..... any if u have extras...... I need it at our project in coin history..... TNX>>> MORE POWER,,,,,,,,,,, is it freee........ just nid it
Velda wrote:
Sunday, 14 August 2005 09:56:35 PHT
Hi all,I have a 1938 five centavos, filipinas and on the flip side united states of america. Does any one know the value of this coin. Any help would be appreciated. My coin does not have a hole in the center.
Gerry wrote:
Thursday, 11 August 2005 16:05:49 PHT
To all the old coins buyers,attention please,until now i'm looking for the good buyer for my collection,from 19th century down to 10th century,US-Phils Coins,Spain-Phils.cions,Rome coins,in different denominations,and many many more,collectors,buyers please contact,this add gerrygold2000@yahoo.com/09193117968,thanks,best rgards.
Gareth wrote: wrote:
Thursday, 11 August 2005 00:44:18 PHT
Wednesday,10 August 2005 12:30 am Hi, i have 3 old coins one is a phil 25 centavos,dated 1964,and the other is a liberty coins,dated 1920 half dollar Walking Liberty,and the last is one hundred dollar coins 1879 morgan dollar, how much is the worth selling of this coins can u please help me...my email add akosigareth@yahoo.com
Eric wrote:
Tuesday, 9 August 2005 13:30:03 PHT
Hi, Anyone selling old coins can email their list at pchristie@mail2emperor.com I am buying old coins. please include the year, denomination, pcs and price. Thanks..looking forward to hearing from you guys. Best Regards, Eric
Pinoymacuser wrote:
Tuesday, 9 August 2005 11:24:07 PHT
I have old Spanish coins circa 1860, silver and gold. How much would they be worth kaya? Anyone interested?
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Tuesday, 9 August 2005 06:49:15 PHT
If i go back to the Philippines. I will be buying 1907 - 12 peso at 200 peso each. and 1903 - 1905 at 300 peso each. all higher grade. i won't buy it. other denominations as well. i will be concentrate only on u.s. mint products. it's easier to sell it.
Edgar wrote:
Monday, 8 August 2005 23:46:27 PHT
I have 2 old Phil one peso coins (1907& 1909)i wonder how much is their value now(if i am to dispose them). i also have lots of 50, 25,10 & 5 cents coins dated 1934, 1945, 1946,etc. i also have this 100 peso bill japanese government.i also collect foreign coins which i cant enumerate now because its too many. my email address is yeed27@yahoo.com & yeed27@walla.com for those who can give me ideas on their values. tnx.
Sandra wrote:
Monday, 8 August 2005 21:08:52 PHT
Hi, I have been given a pile of coins wrapped in newspaper after my Dad passed away, in it I've found a 50 piso coin. its silver in colour with a young boy on the front and dated 1979. its brand new and still in its hard plastic casing. Can anybody give me information about it, and if its worth selling how do I go about it. many thanks sandra
Philip wrote:
Monday, 8 August 2005 15:21:15 PHT
hi guys I am a collecter-buyer-seller of philippine coins and paper bills. If you are interested just email me at johndelacruz2k5@yahoo.com. Everyone is welcome to inquire anything regarding my items. just name a coin or paper bill that you want. really need to dispose my extras! Thank you!(by d way i am willing to help those who need pics of coins and paper bills for their research aka project!just email me ayt?)
Gerry wrote:
Monday, 8 August 2005 14:05:50 PHT
To Loraine,if you want to sell your coins sabay ka nlang skin,my mrami din ako mron nrin ko nkoha na buyer,gnun din ko looking for a buyer,so now mrami nko contact. my cel # 09193117968.email add,gerrygold2000@yahoo.com,my location is in Santiago city,pwede kta daanan.thanks
Loraine E. Esguerra wrote:
Monday, 8 August 2005 11:59:26 PHT
Hello! i'm loraine esguerra from Cabanatuan City, i have 178 pcs. of old coins and i'm selling it.D oldest coin is 1741(VITRAQUE VNUM),1805(CAROLUS IIII DEI GRATIA) and more..If you are interested just contact me to this no. 0919-682-01-73. Thank u.
Gerry wrote:
Sunday, 7 August 2005 22:28:05 PHT
To Rafael,hi! have a great day,first and foremost,to make it short and not to spend more time,kindly give me your cel #,so that we can communicate easily,then your location,i need your response,i don't like talking w/out doing,i don't like qoutation,i want to meet you in manila,you alone then we will go to the buyer,then if the price is right i'll give comission,but if not sorry i don't sell,actually i know already the price of my coins.i want to hear you soonest,thanks
Rafael wrote:
Sunday, 7 August 2005 17:32:30 PHT
Gerry, let me see what I can do to help us sell your items. I have a friend, a foreighner buyer their in Manila. You can contact me thru my e-mail address so I can give you the details of the transaction if you want to dispose of it all. Including japnotes or banknotes, there are lot of markets out there but special coin collectors/buyers I doubt if you can find them easily.
Rafael wrote:
Sunday, 7 August 2005 17:23:27 PHT
Here's my e-mail if you want to sell your coins -paeng_rga@yahoo.com. Give me the details (date, denomination, mint mark, and condition, also the quantity) and I'll e-mail you my quotation. Thanks.
Gerry P. wrote:
Thursday, 4 August 2005 20:04:53 PHT
To Dickson, Sir nice meeting you in this site, give me enough time to prepare the picture, then i'll send it to you, hope we have a better transaction some day, please let me know your location.thanks a lot take care.
Gwargz wrote:
Thursday, 4 August 2005 13:22:27 PHT
WANDA. That One Centavo (1944) was minted in the US to be used in the Philippines after liberation of the island during WWII. YOU WROTE: "The second coin about the size of a U.S. penny has a crest on the front and reads Central Bank of the Philipines and on the reverse is the same description as the above coin dated 1960. My father was stationed in the Philipines in the late 1950's and these were his coins..." That coin dated 1960 is absolutely Philippine Coin also. The total value of those two coins is no more than 5 u.s. dollars to date. however, that is a fortune already having those old coins from the Philippines. the value of those will go higher as they go older.
Gerry P. wrote:
Thursday, 4 August 2005 12:06:35 PHT
To Dickson,my location is in the philippines,talking of counterfit,you don't have to worry because i have a book about those stuff,many of those has a mint mark,you know what i mean?base on the mint mark no counterfit,it is really genuine,how can i send you?please give me your email add. Hope to hear from you as soon as posible.my email add gerrygold2000@yahoo.com/cel #09193117968.
Wanda wrote:
Thursday, 4 August 2005 03:08:44 PHT
I have two coins that are not mentioned above. one is a little larger in diam. than a U.S. quarter, on the front it has a crest with an eagle sitting on top and reads United States of America dated 1944. On the reverse it has a man sitting on some sort of seat with what looks like a volcano (?) to his right and it reads One Centavo Pilipinas. The second coin about the size of a U.S. penny has a crest on the front and reads Central Bank of the Philipines and on the reverse is the same description as the above coin dated 1960. My father was stationed in the Philipines in the late 1950's and these were his coins. Can anyone tell me about them or how much they might be worth? Thank you.
Dickson C. wrote:
Wednesday, 3 August 2005 21:05:42 PHT
To Gerry. please send me some scan copies of your coins. i do much appreciate it. thank you and best regards. ps. where is your location?
Dickson C. wrote:
Wednesday, 3 August 2005 21:01:54 PHT
Coin collectors! beware of counterfits. i do have tons of u.s. coins dated 1799 t0 1964 in different denominations and grades. interested parties pls e-mail me demoderb69@yahoo.com Thank you..
Jane wrote:
Wednesday, 3 August 2005 16:34:16 PHT
I have P5 marcos coins silver type for only 300 each can be swap w/ pope john paul coins or 1901-1940 coins 09223697940
Gerry P. wrote:
Tuesday, 2 August 2005 21:00:34 PHT
To all collectors of old coins contact me i'm waiting, this is my email add,gerrygold2000@yahoo.com/or cel.# 09193117968.paper money "THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT" 100 PESO,I HAVE A BUNDLES OF IT.
Jazz wrote:
Monday, 1 August 2005 18:06:27 PHT
Who r interested sa peso old coins? binebenta ko. 1972-1974 1peso bill mrami pang iba. just contact me. jaz-3714477 or 09159368726
Gerry Pansipansi wrote:
Monday, 1 August 2005 13:45:30 PHT
Hello to all readers of this site, actually i'm so glad to found out this web site, because i meet people of the same hobbies which is collecting old coins in different era, for those who are looking for the paper money during the Japanese riegn in our country,I had so many of those,100 peso "THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT"and old coins during American time,dimes,pennies,silver,nickel,copper etc.for those who are interested contact me this email add,gerrygold2000@yahoo.com/or cel # 09193117968.tanx
Macky wrote:
Monday, 1 August 2005 11:00:04 PHT
It was so helpful 2 us students;-- especially 2 ol bsba iai Out der whO dOing their prOject in finance...this is such a great sOurce of research abOut the philippine money....sO guys what are yOu waiting 4!!..dO yOur prOject now!!!...
Gerry Pansipansi wrote:
Sunday, 31 July 2005 19:13:45 PHT
Hi!to all readers, i don't have any comments, but i'm looking for buyers or collectors of old coins any denominations of dollar coins, Spain, Phillippine coins, gold coins. Manila base buyer, if there is foriegn buyers much better, from 18th century down to 13th century, or name the coin you want so that i can prepare even a very rare coin, interested party my email add gerrygold2000@yahoo.com
William wrote:
Sunday, 31 July 2005 13:56:44 PHT
Give us the brief history of money the coins and paper money.
Kenny wrote:
Saturday, 30 July 2005 17:41:04 PHT
I am interested in a 1 piso coin from the Spanish colony the one the states isla Filipinas...I think its from 1907 or so..how much is it worth? i saw a bid on e-bay for 50bucks..is that a good deal?
Gwargz wrote:
Thursday, 28 July 2005 21:52:58 PHT
JOANNE EBBESEN. i am interested also with your collections. spanish coins 1800s and phil. coins under u.s. sovereignty. please email me your prices at www.gwargz@yahoo.com if you have photos kindly include them. are you philippine-based? please do respond. thank you and have a blessed day.
Rafael wrote:
Thursday, 28 July 2005 18:18:54 PHT
Joanne, can you pls send me your price list re-1 peso coins from 1901-1910. thks.
Joanne Ebbesen wrote:
Thursday, 28 July 2005 12:42:32 PHT
I am selling various Spanish coins dated 1864 until 1897; US coins dated 1903 until 1945 and other commemorative coins from the US and the Philippines. These are all collectors' items. very rare. Please email me at joanne_ebbesen@yahoo.com if you are interested.
Jane Marie wrote:
Thursday, 28 July 2005 07:41:51 PHT
The Philiipines should issue P5,000 and P2,000 paper note for general public use. it should be the same size with that of other denomination.
Jimmy dee wrote:
Tuesday, 26 July 2005 02:16:49 PHT
If you want coin value appreciation. Buy coins belong to a rich nations. check the rare or key date. condition and popularity. for "just for fun"" or hobby collectors. well, don't think about value of your coins. think about "you just love them".
Jose l. Matbagan wrote:
Monday, 25 July 2005 15:31:45 PHT
Please send me information about Philippine currency bills/coins of different denominations particularly the meaning of their symbols coz it's not included in your article. These are urgently needed in our research work and school discussions. Thank you.
Al wrote:
Sunday, 24 July 2005 17:28:38 PHT
Can you pls. put some description on what year is the money was made cause we need it in our project
Lawrence wrote:
Sunday, 24 July 2005 13:40:01 PHT
I'm asking of all the coins w/ photos used by the philippine government until today. Because its one of our research. I want to help our country spread the beautiful things about our history. It's all about the coins ofour counrty. Hoping you can provide me some pics....=)
Mr. Cabanero wrote:
Sunday, 24 July 2005 02:09:41 PHT
Commems are sold in order to raise money for government projects. The key is to pay only slightly over denom or bullion value. Issues with low mintages will always command a collectors premium, above their intrinsic value. I don't believe BSP is selling bullion coins. There are many websites you can go to for that. Just found this site (www.filamcoins.com). Some interesting info and some nice coins. Happy collecting! Remember, the value of a coin is determined by date, mint mark, grade, & current popularity in market. Don't ask how much your coin is worth, unless you can describe all of these accurately and provide a clear picture. Otherwise, nobody can answer your question including me :-)
kevin wrote:
Saturday, 23 July 2005 11:34:39 PHT
how about 50 centimos
Midz Landicho wrote:
Friday, 22 July 2005 13:33:47 PHT
Why is it that the commemorative coins in the Central Bank has a face value of say, P2,500 - P5,000 but is selling for around P10T to P25T when they are relatively new (circa 1995 & up)? Anybody there who knows where to get gold bullion (10 oz.) coins? Central bank publishes buying rate only, does this mean that they are not probably selling them? Pls. e-mail me at midland93@yahoo.com for any inquiries on this. (Attn: Messrs. Jeroen & Cabanero?)
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 21 July 2005 04:50:21 PHT
To Mr. Fajarillo: The only peso that many collector really want is the 1903 to 1906 silver peso. cause that is the one match with morgan dollar or japanese dragon yen. 1907 to 1912 peso is less silver content that those mentioned above. other peso with copper-nickel content were worthless.

You are right, if it just is about significant monetary value, but many younger collectors cannot invest anything in their collection but the most modest amounts, and for them, it is fun to be able to collect coins as well. Giving young collectors these coins (anything from early American Era until the previous series of Peso coins) can create an interest in collecting coins. In long term, they may be able to also buy more expensive coins. Remember that the value of coins (above their bullion value) is determined by collectors who want to add them to their collections, not just for monetary value, but to touch a piece of history... all the rest is speculation.--Jeroen.

John Asprer wrote:
Tuesday, 19 July 2005 15:51:37 PHT
How much does a 1 peso old coin cost
Anette wrote:
Tuesday, 19 July 2005 15:30:18 PHT
I just went to mabini a while ago, looking for any shop who would buy my 1972 big one-peso coins. much to my dismay, i learned from one antique shop proprietor that it doesnt have any value at all, since its made of nickel and doesnt have any, even a minute, piece of silver on it. but im grateful to the shop proprietor cuz he saved me from walking the whole mabini and mh delpilar stretch, which, by the way, i was hell-bent to do cuz i really need to dispose these 1972 one-peso coins i have(in exchange for some money of course)...anyway, anyone interested? email me please, candyflavor03@yahoo.com. thanks!
Airel Fajarillo wrote:
Monday, 18 July 2005 12:33:28 PHT
I have lots of 1 peso old coins (1972 and 1974). Anyone interested?
Midz Landicho wrote:
Sunday, 17 July 2005 13:37:33 PHT
Want to buy 10 oz. gold coins, where can one get them? Pls. write to me at midland93@yahoo.com if you have any info about this. Thanks!
Numismatist wrote:
Friday, 15 July 2005 15:29:49 PHT
GLENN DY. yeh. isang kusing is HALF CENTAVO. it is very rare. price ranges from 100 pesos to 10,000 pesos.
Glenn Dy wrote:
Monday, 11 July 2005 20:52:33 PHT
I have a very small commonwealth copper coin, the overse (heads)were completely worn and smoothened,reverse (tails) was readable, phrase "united states of america" and emblem still and can be seen,i think this is a half cent, i obtained this from a client naming it "isang kusing",need information regarding this coin and it's equivalent value.thanks. glenn_dy1976@yahoo.com
Reggie Dizon (angeles city) wrote:
Saturday, 9 July 2005 19:38:46 PHT
Got the ff coins: 1 Centavo dated: 1904(1), 1908(1), 1944(4) 5 Centavos dated: 1945(6), 1938(1) 20 Centavos dated: 1912(1) 25 Centavos dated: 1903(1) 1 Peso dated: 1907(1) How much these coins will cost to sell?
Glenn Dy wrote:
Saturday, 9 July 2005 11:13:40 PHT
I have 1885s and 1891o Morgan dollar which are about xf, i want to sell these around 1500 in peso(neg), i have some lustrous dimes roosevelt and mercury regular dates(silver), offering at $5 u.s.date of my choice.anybody who wants philippine coinage early and modern,please send your want lists to glenn_dy1976@yahoo.com, low price but quality coins,enjoy the hobby. MORE POWER TO THIS SITE.
Ellaine wrote:
Friday, 8 July 2005 14:05:10 PHT
Hey people does anyone know why the design of philippine money changes? pls. If anyone know pls. email me [ellainenuez@yahoo.co..uk] thats my report!!!!!!
Gwargz wrote:
Monday, 4 July 2005 17:11:37 PHT
DWEIN. You said, "I have a peso coin dated 1906. Anyone interested just email me at dwein74@yahoo.com." So, how much will it cost? just e-mail me at gwargz@yahoo.com if you have a HALF CENTAVO 1903 downward, i am interested also.
Dwein wrote:
Monday, 4 July 2005 12:47:34 PHT
I have a peso coin dated 1906. Anyone interested just email me at dwein74@yahoo.com
Eduardo Monreal wrote:
Monday, 4 July 2005 01:35:54 PHT
Anyone selling Philippine "HALF CENTAVO" coins dated 1903? Please e-mail me at gwargz@yahoo.com
Lexie Santos wrote:
Wednesday, 29 June 2005 13:11:30 PHT
I do have 1 peso coins the big one in which the face of Dr. Jose Rizal on one side dated 1972 to 1974, how much does it worth? Thanks
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Tuesday, 28 June 2005 21:08:31 PHT
The best designed and metal contained for modern Philippine coinage were minted from 1975 - 1982 series. once i had more than 100,000 pieces of uncirculated coins started from one centavo to five pesos. which i usually went directly inside the central bank building to change it. since i decided to migrate to New york. i returned all those coins to the bank. except i kept 200 centavo (its light) and brought it to new york for good. on the other hand. if i still kept those coins. i would have loss a lot of money.
Glenn Dy wrote:
Tuesday, 28 June 2005 13:07:42 PHT
Selling silver dollar coins, dimes, quarter, spanish coinage. Mail to dime_king1976@yahoo.com,inquiries are welcome,metro manila only. More power to this site.
Rafael wrote:
Monday, 27 June 2005 17:41:25 PHT
Hey guys, does anyone have a 1906 1 peso coin. If so, how much? Also I still have 5 dates missing in my collection of a 1 peso coins from 1901-1905. Thanks.
Edgardo Galias wrote:
Monday, 27 June 2005 17:15:28 PHT
I just want to ask the Sentral Bank of the Philippines, if they are really buying the old 1.00 peso coin with the carabao designed at the back for the worth of 500.00. Because I got an info about this on my professor. Pls. reply to my E-mail add. Tnx.

I wouldn't believe that. Those coins are very common. I think demonetizing them was a neat trick to generate some nice income for the government.--Jeroen.

Jimmy Dee wrote:
Monday, 27 June 2005 00:13:57 PHT
My best collection is the 1995 w american eagle one ounce silver dollar (proof condition). normally sell it for $23.00 on those years. it priced now at $4,250. 00 on the coinage magazine retail price list. I also got 1976 and 1977 Philippine specimen set. These are rare RP set.
Heno Rey S. Chin wrote:
Saturday, 25 June 2005 18:36:38 PHT
I have a very rare 1909 silver phil-american coin. please e mail me if you are interested.
Glenn Dy wrote:
Saturday, 25 June 2005 11:06:48 PHT
Mr. Ed Monreal,thanks for the inquiry, please mail me if you have any concerns(no way to contact you at your posting)thanks. Anyway more power to this site.
Glenn Dy wrote:
Saturday, 25 June 2005 11:03:57 PHT
I'm selling old silver coins,please mail me at glenn_dy1976@yahoo.com, ALL COINS ARE GENUINE,avoid counterfeits, all coins are not graded(RAW).
Eduardo Monreal wrote:
Saturday, 25 June 2005 10:26:50 PHT
GLENN. I am interested on a PCGS-graded one dollar for my personal collection only. 1 pc. each of a Morgan, a Barber, Sitting Liberty, and other 1 dollar of any design from 1800s to 1900s only. pls. send me your price. tnx.
Rhey wrote:
Thursday, 23 June 2005 11:56:54 PHT
i have this 1903 HALF-CENTAVO coin at home and i would like to find out how much its worth.. call or txt me 09266798744 thanks
Rafael wrote:
Monday, 20 June 2005 18:31:45 PHT
Jaime-do you still have the 1906 1 peso coin? If so, I am interested. Thanks.
Rafael wrote:
Monday, 20 June 2005 16:44:05 PHT
It's great! Comments, views and suggestions are very encouraging for neophyte collectors' like me. I do have several collections too of 1 peso coins dated 1907, 1908, 1909, and 1904. I may sell them if the price is right!
Fads wrote:
Friday, 17 June 2005 11:01:33 PHT
Hi Mr. Cabanero! I have lots of old seated liberty $1 silver coins from 1842-1874. how will i know the price? I'm looking for coin buyers from manila area. Your info whould a great help for me. Anyone who interested to buy or help you can email me @ lccfads@yahoo.com/09185282071.thank very much-fads
Gavin Collins wrote:
Tuesday, 14 June 2005 04:55:29 PHT
I enjoyed your article and would like to ask you a couple of questions about the value of some of my Philippine coins. I have a 1908 One Peso United States coin, a 1944 One Centavo United States Coin, and a 1944 Twenty Centavos United States Coin. I know 1944 is a very common date for the United States/Philipine coins but if you could tell me what they are worth that would be great. Thanks, Gavin
Robby wrote:
Tuesday, 14 June 2005 04:17:42 PHT
I have a 1908 Filipinas One Peso with United States of America on the flip side. It is in very good condition. Does anyone know what this would be worth???
Glenn wrote:
Monday, 13 June 2005 12:30:26 PHT
Collecting silver coins are a very interesting hobby,if you are collecting old Phils.coinage with the seal of u.s.a. on it's reverse(tails or back) called commomwealth coinage. i'm the man to see,glenn_dy1976@yahoo.com
Elder wrote:
Sunday, 12 June 2005 18:33:13 PHT
I am serching for any of the US/Phillippines coins used durning WW II. They had a USA seal on the back. Please contact me at elder1prayn@wmcommect.com
Queen wrote:
Friday, 10 June 2005 15:30:48 PHT
Can you please show all the old coins & paper and their history, composition, feutures, and why this particular picture is in the money, anything that can be useful.
Kayla wrote:
Friday, 10 June 2005 04:38:49 PHT
I came across a 1903 one centavounited states/ filipinas coin, is it worth anything - the condition is alright a couple of dents but everything is clearly visible and a nice bronzed color
Mark anthony wrote:
Thursday, 9 June 2005 08:57:58 PHT
I want to know more information about the old Phillippine coins
Aponiboyong wrote:
Tuesday, 7 June 2005 13:43:20 PHT
I am a starter Philippine old coin collector... would just want to ask where can I get/buy/trade for a 5centavo coin under the Pilipino series... and also the 1 centavo coin of the current series in circulation...
Tracy wrote:
Tuesday, 7 June 2005 13:05:08 PHT
I have a 25 sentimo piece and i was wondering why there is a different date on the front than there is on the back.
Mr. Cabanero wrote:
Sunday, 5 June 2005 18:40:20 PHT
Your coin is 75% silver and was made in San Francisco the last year the Phils were under the U.S. commonwealth. A common coin, not worth much, but a nice part of any collection.
Barbara Miles wrote:
Sunday, 5 June 2005 09:04:24 PHT
I have a coin that says United States of America on one side and 50 Centavos across the top of other side and the word Filipinas on the bottom of that same side. It is dated 1945. And anyone tell me anything about this coin. I am not sure what it is made of because it is a really dark coin....maybe tarnished? Would appreciate any information about this coin that you could give me. Thanks!
Mr. Cabanero wrote:
Saturday, 4 June 2005 18:18:38 PHT
Sure, you can email us the pics at thetradingpost@gmail.com Jimmy, for older Philippine coins in good condition, especially rare dates, the numismatic value will be much much more than the bullion value. Rick, yes, your 50 C is silver. Worth $10-20.
Onie wrote:
Saturday, 4 June 2005 14:46:46 PHT
Hi! I have lots of old coins, silver coins from 1903-1945. how will i know the price? i also have the 1868 2p gold coin
Rick wrote:
Thursday, 2 June 2005 10:16:54 PHT
I recently acquired a Spain-Philippines 1868 ISABEL II 50 Centimos coin. Is it silver? What's it worth in today's market? It's considered to be in Very Fine condition. Great website by the way!
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 2 June 2005 05:52:52 PHT
The content for Philippine 1903-06 peso is 0.78 ounce of silver and 1907-12 peso is .5144 punce of silver. to get the bullion value. simply x spot silver price x exchange rate.
Brock Maclean wrote:
Thursday, 2 June 2005 04:55:45 PHT
Interestingly enough, the 1Peso coin from the Philippines is the same size as the Canadian 25 cent coin (quarter dollar) and can be used in many machines taking the quarter; and the 5 Peso coin is almost identical in size and weight as the Canadian $1.00 coin which is commonly called the looney, because of the loon, a bird, on the one side of the coin..it also works in vending machines here...
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Wednesday, 1 June 2005 00:46:03 PHT
To Rosa, your 50 cent worth about 100 peso in fine condition.
Rosa Bella Castillo wrote:
Tuesday, 31 May 2005 15:18:01 PHT
I just googled to see where I can find issues about a 1907 fifty centavos coin that my father recently gave me and it brought me to this first site that was listed. Mr. Cabanero, is it possible for me to email you the picture of that coin so you can assess its worth by any chance? Thank you for the response.
Mr. Cabanero wrote:
Thursday, 26 May 2005 12:37:17 PHT
Not that I know of. You need to speak to a dealer or a knowledgable collector. If you give me dates, mint marks, and a description of the condition (grade), I can give you rough estimates.
Joseph wrote:
Thursday, 26 May 2005 10:23:51 PHT
Is there any site where we could inquire how much our old coins would cost?
Mr. Cabanero wrote:
Wednesday, 25 May 2005 05:15:29 PHT
In "fine" condition, which means, you can see the details, but they are worn and the coin has marks/stratches, worth about P100. In "extremely fine" condition, which means the details are sharp and there are few marks on it, maybe worth P500. In perfect mint condition, P5000+++
Charly wrote:
Wednesday, 25 May 2005 01:12:02 PHT
i have a 1 peso coin dated 1907.can i know how much it will cost?? pls reply asap.Thanks. Charly
Mr. Cabanero wrote:
Tuesday, 24 May 2005 04:15:21 PHT
Hello, try "thetradingpost.ph" for nice Philippine coins. The 1921 50 centavos could be worth quite a bit, depending on the condition. If you send us a good photo, we can grade it for you. The 1907 peso could be worth a bit more, again, depending on grade. Both coins are quite common, but valuable in mint condition. Good luck!
Rose wrote:
Sunday, 22 May 2005 07:33:59 PHT
You can email me here: tradebids@gmail.com Rose
Rose wrote:
Sunday, 22 May 2005 07:30:15 PHT
i'm interested in 1peso 1907 coin. I'm willing to buy it at 200 pesos. Rose
Rudy wrote:
Friday, 13 May 2005 05:54:47 PHT
Hi I have a 1-peso 1907 coin....is it worth anything?
Kitkat wrote:
Thursday, 12 May 2005 16:36:44 PHT
I have 50 cents coin.. 1921.. under united states of america.. Whats the price of that coin???
Sabera wrote:
Monday, 9 May 2005 03:42:16 PHT
I have 1 peso but how much is it in America?

2 cents only--Jeroen.

Nellie Walak wrote:
Friday, 6 May 2005 23:08:51 PHT
This information helped so much on the project that i have to do! thank you
Joelogs wrote:
Thursday, 5 May 2005 07:11:20 PHT
Do you mind updating your information? I have just discovered that magnets attract 25-centavo coins (2004 mint)which means they contain some steel. Now if you say that such a coin contains 65% Copper and 35% Zinc, then magnets won't atract it. Check out http://www.as.wvu.edu/coll03/phys/www/rotter/phys201/6_Electricity/Properties_of_Magnets.htm to find out about basic properties of magnets.

Thanks. The webmaster will post answer to your quest soon. ---Bebie

Crysania wrote:
Sunday, 1 May 2005 08:37:15 PHT
I luv collecting coins, I have several of philippine coins, i want to buy and sell some, but it's difficult to find collectors online :( this is probably the only one site featuring the coins in phils, i hope they create more websites like this
jJimmy dee wrote:
Friday, 29 April 2005 20:26:56 PHT
Mr. donnnie jacinto: are those english, pilipino, flora and fauna series still legal tender?. i thought they were demonetized. can you give me their weight (gram) and size (mm) for the numeric series?. cause i lived in new york. and i don;t have those numeric series.

Only the series of coins depicted here are still legal tender. The older coins are now demonetized. If you don't look, they will sometimes still give them, but they are mostly gone now.--Jeroen

Maanmei wrote:
Thursday, 28 April 2005 14:05:12 PHT
Cool coins!
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Thursday, 28 April 2005 02:59:37 PHT
Mr. Jimmy Dee, the five peso bill is already demonitized. The Bangko Sentral, (and Central Bank of other nations) are still issuing 1, 5, and 10 cent coins upon requisition of local banks. The weight of seven coins depends on when they were issued. There are several set issues of the Philippine Coins namely: English Series, Pilipino Series, Flora and Fauna, and numerals.
Night Wing wrote:
Saturday, 23 April 2005 22:16:44 PHT
WOW I LOVE COLLECTING MONEY!!!!!!!! does anyone herew got an old Philippine GOLD COIN??? TXT ME AT 09194998589 or E-mail me at Dragon04cute2@yahoo.com or any old Philippine money or Money from diff countries.!!! as long as the price is REASONABLE AND AFFORDABLE!!!!
Josh wrote:
Tuesday, 19 April 2005 11:36:37 PHT
who are the old coins collector here want to buy old coins both Php and international currency.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Saturday, 16 April 2005 22:16:54 PHT
I wonder if the central bank is still issuing the one centavo, five centavos, and ten centavos coins. most of other nations were already stop issuing their small denominations due to high cost. reply.
Graeme stevensYour Name wrote:
Saturday, 16 April 2005 00:04:46 PHT
I Found your article very interesting. I have been an avid collector of the Philippines for the past twenty years. Your article is most informative giving lots of information and histry behind the coinage and reason for its changes over the years. when you give coinage specifications it would be very helpful if you give sizes and weight as well as givingg the metalic composition and their designs. Keep up the good work all knowledge is welcome. Graeme Stevens australia
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Thursday, 14 April 2005 20:48:34 PHT
All seven coins issued by the central of the Philippines were posted with its composition of metals. But forgot to include its weight. anyone knows?. please post it here. thanks.
Mike wrote:
Thursday, 14 April 2005 19:57:15 PHT
I have a 1972 1 peso 50 cent 25 cent they say i can sell this but dont know what is the right price
Jimmy dee wrote:
Monday, 11 April 2005 15:39:20 PHT
Thanks Donnie. What about those 5 peso bill?. Are they demonetized?.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Sunday, 10 April 2005 00:21:05 PHT
Hello Mr. Jimmy Dee, The 10 peso bill is still in circulation but the Bangko Sentral has already stopped printing new ones since 2003 as it has already been replaced by coins.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Sunday, 10 April 2005 00:18:02 PHT
Hello Mr. Tony Alsip, the 1927 one centavo coin, to command higher collectors value, should be in brand-new, full strike, complete luster condition in full red color, otherwise, there is not much value in it.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Sunday, 10 April 2005 00:15:07 PHT
Hello Mr. Richard Brace, The 1944 50 centavos you have is very common to collectors and it is very easy to find one in pristine, brandnew condition.
Tommy G. Alsip wrote:
Thursday, 7 April 2005 10:34:11 PHT
I have a 1927 one centavo coin United States of America stamped What is it worth if anything?
Morgan Thompson wrote:
Tuesday, 5 April 2005 08:04:46 PHT
I have a big social studies report and I was wondering if you could answer some questions. What is the Phillipine's culture,lyfe style, and some hobbies kids around age 10-13 do. Thank you for your time sincerely Morgan Thompson Ps please write back by Tuesday!
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Sunday, 3 April 2005 18:09:15 PHT
Is the 10 peso bill still issue by the central bank today?. because the 10 peso coin is in circulation too. please reply......
Aries wrote:
Sunday, 3 April 2005 16:15:01 PHT
I'm selling my 72 to 74 series Jose Rizal ol coins meron din 58 to 64 series just call me 09223931775 or 2333414
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Sunday, 3 April 2005 02:32:37 PHT
the coinage photos shown on this website is very execllent. i hope and wish that the editor will include the photos of coins and paper money of the philippines from 1949 to 1997 or before those photos shown.
Jimmy Dee wrote:
Sunday, 3 April 2005 02:21:44 PHT
the best philippine modern coinage issued were from 1975 to 1982. that's where the central bank of the philippines issued its coinage from its newly built mint. also its commemorative silver coinage dated 1974 to 1982 were excellent. i gave them a five stars. greeting from new york city.
Richard N Brace wrote:
Sunday, 3 April 2005 01:32:45 PHT
I have a silver coin dated 1944 and is stamped on one side "United States of America" and on the reverse side "Fifty Centavos"-Filipinas. Could this be a coin of interest?
Ting wrote:
Wednesday, 30 March 2005 00:58:51 PHT
Do you have the dimensions of the 1 peso coin?
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Tuesday, 29 March 2005 04:00:09 PHT
Hello Mr. Jimmy Hilario, I also like our ten peso coin, but unfortunately it is not unique. Some of our numismatists in Bangko Sentral has a catalog of world coins and they probably ordered the same design from the suppliers of coins to Thailand, Italy, Canada, and some European countries.
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Tuesday, 29 March 2005 03:53:42 PHT
Hello Mr. Jim North, There is no silver content on the Phlippine coins from 1958 to 1966. It has a cupro-nickel-zinc combination for the 10, 25, and fifty centavo coins.
Jim North wrote:
Wednesday, 16 March 2005 00:20:26 PHT
Excellent website--thanks. I first visited the Philippines in 1965. I remember that coins of all denominations from 1 centavo through 1 peso were commonly circulated then. I also remember purchasing some older (US Commonwealth-era) coins of several denominations that had some silver content. But I can't remember if the commonly circulated coins of the mid-1960's contained any silver content. Can you shed any light on that? Thanks again. I live here now (Angeles City), and am always interested in stuff related to Philippine history.
Sheena wrote:
Tuesday, 15 March 2005 18:26:25 PHT
Thanks to this site I completed my history project. =)
Jimmy Hilario wrote:
Tuesday, 8 March 2005 16:35:07 PHT
I like our 10 peso coins—very unique!
Nita Tan wrote:
Sunday, 6 March 2005 17:05:56 PHT
I just want to know how much per coin denomination can I keep on hand and up to how much per denomination can I accept as payment from my customer. Can I refuse to accept if he pays me all coins? What is the central bank ruling regarding payment and acceptance in coin denomination? Please answer me ASAP.

As found on the Banko Sentral website: All notes and coins issued by the Bangko Sentral shall be fully guaranteed by the Government of the Republic of the Philippines and shall be legal tender in the Philippines for all debts, both public and private: Provided, however, That, unless otherwise fixed by the Monetary Board, coins shall be legal tender in amounts not exceeding Fifty pesos (P50.00) for denominations of Twenty-five centavos and above, and in amounts not exceeding Twenty pesos (P20.00) for denominations of Ten centavos or less.--Jeroen

Greys wrote:
Thursday, 3 March 2005 17:33:50 PHT
Hi Jeroen, can u email me some information about currencies during the spanish and japanese regime. research paper kc ng kapatid ko... hirap ngang maghanap kasi in filipino pa yung topic nila... summarize at translate ko na lang sa tagalog if ever meron. it's about "pananalapi sa panahon ng hapon at kastila".. hope u can help me.. ASAP po ito... salamat po ng marami! here's my email id -- smarty_eingel@mail.com, angelacees@yahoo.com
Idee Anne wrote:
Tuesday, 1 March 2005 15:29:57 PHT
I'm proud to be a filipino and to collect philipine coins.. I got collections as old as 1937 during the american invasion here in the country. It's a one centavo and 20 centavo coin pieces. a great colector's item... hope to colect more old coins...
George Ursua wrote:
Friday, 25 February 2005 18:51:40 PHT
Hi! Im an avid fan of the Philippine coins.I have nearly completed all the republic proof sets issued. That how fanatic i am. Im also trying to complete the american and the spanish coins circulated in our country. But for now,im just happy to look at my coins. Kind regards, George Ursua
Ramona Santiago wrote:
Thursday, 24 February 2005 09:58:46 PHT
Philippines coins are very cool because i am filipino. thats why i like philippine coins.i also need to learn them for my speech.I AM FILIPINO!!!!thank you
Rex Reyes wrote:
Wednesday, 23 February 2005 11:18:57 PHT
Anyone intrested of buying philippine coins? Im selling: 1970's assrtd. denomination, PISO (large jose rizal)& flora & fauna assrtd. denomination at great volume. If interested pls call: 062-9926585(pldt)or 09197099242(smart) look for jimmy. note: orders should be in volume price negotiable.
Jhun Ray Oro wrote:
Sunday, 20 February 2005 20:28:10 PHT
Just want to ask... Can u give me some samples of the Philippine peso... because we do hav a project bout it... we need to collect coins and bills... its a sort of a collection of coins and bills... only samples of coins from the old philippine pero to the recent peso... thanx a lot and more power to ur organization...
Marijay wrote:
Sunday, 20 February 2005 11:03:55 PHT
I'ts really good to know all about old coins and money of the Phillipines because for sure students who are studying need it as a requirements or projects in school.
Jane Magahis wrote:
Wednesday, 16 February 2005 12:31:16 PHT
kindly include older coins. My son needs them for his project in school. Thanks a lot.
Yohlly wrote:
Sunday, 13 February 2005 20:12:57 PHT
Very nice article. Helps a lot for those who didn't know about Philippines coins. Of course helps a lot for those who searching about Philippines coins and the Composition of Philippines coins for their assignments. Keep the good work. Have a nice day. Regards
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Wednesday, 9 February 2005 22:56:03 PHT
Hi Ara, Sorry for replying very late. My e-mail address is levicelerio_fd@yahoo.com. Thanks.
Augusto Jardenil wrote:
Monday, 7 February 2005 09:52:10 PHT
Great article for buyers and sellers. I have a few collections of Spanish-Philippine coins which couldn't be found in some websites to which I have visited. The following are: 2 pieces scarce 8M Isabel 2A Por La Gratia de Dios and a piece of 1M Isabel 2A Por La Gratia de Dios. Right now, It is listed at ebay.ph. Collectors, new and old, you may visit and see them. Thank you.
Raffy wrote:
Thursday, 3 February 2005 17:06:44 PHT
Interested on 1972 peso coin (Jose Rizal) 20 pcs. Im selling. raffy_montes@yahoo.com
Mia wrote:
Monday, 31 January 2005 20:10:06 PHT
Can you please e-mail me the metallic properties, sizes, characteristics of the improved flora and fauna series coins. Please I need it badly, thanks
April wrote:
Sunday, 30 January 2005 07:15:42 PHT
My brothers girlfriend have gave my mom 20 peso money. I thank that they are really nice with alot of colors.
Michael wrote:
Tuesday, 18 January 2005 20:49:51 PHT
Can you add another histoy or facts 'bout the philippine peso coins and bills? thanks in advance.
Eric wrote:
Monday, 17 January 2005 10:19:56 PHT
Great article ! I am just beginning to collect coins and i am wondering if anyone here has a 1906, 1904, '11, '12 etc 1 Peso denomination. I am willing to buy. Please email me at fcmalonzo@mail2engineer.com
Barry Managdag wrote:
Tuesday, 11 January 2005 10:33:23 PHT
This page is of at most relevance. This will surely help all other students of their assignments regarding our coins' compositions that most of the Filipinos are not aware of. For Additional information, We, Students hope that you may give us some other characteristics such as the color and specific size. I would be glad if you bother to have those information be sent to my e-mail ad. thanks a million
Maco wrote:
Saturday, 8 January 2005 22:32:07 PHT
Actually they are all awesome..I was just gonna ask a favor if you could send me all the old Philippine moneys from the beginning..Thank you..
Annie wrote:
Friday, 7 January 2005 17:01:05 PHT
Do you have any older bills & coins? Tks. alot
Jaime wrote:
Wednesday, 5 January 2005 17:46:09 PHT
I have Phil coins dated from 1906,'07 etc. I also have a lot of Phil-Jap. bills and foreign dating to 1940's. Just wanted your suggestion if any on where the best place to sell it here int the phil. You might reccomend anyone, it would be a great help. Thanks
Llorence, cZARS, & godson wrote:
Monday, 3 January 2005 11:42:34 PHT
It is right that the 1 sentavo coins are difficult to find, and the 5 sentavo coins are used as washer even if it is not on emegency... By the way thank you for this page, it will help us in our project...
Albert wrote:
Saturday, 1 January 2005 17:30:36 PHT
Would you have pictures of old Spanish Coins that were in use in the Philippines?
Albert wrote:
Saturday, 1 January 2005 17:30:13 PHT
Would you have pictures of old Spanish Coins that were in use in the Philippines?
Lilly wrote:
Wednesday, 29 December 2004 16:17:47 PHT
I have a 2 piso coin from 1991. It is silver colored and has andres bonifacio on it and it says republika ng pilpinas on it. On the back it has a palm tree and cocos nucifera. Nothing is mentioned about a 2 piso coin.

This coin has been demonetized, and cannot be used anymore. The only value it has is to collectors, who would like to keep one, but its value even for them is not much, as there are plenty of these coins.--Jeroen.

Calud09 wrote:
Tuesday, 28 December 2004 16:54:22 PHT
Yoh guys, wazzup! Thanks ya ol for the big help! UIm gonna get a big fat A in my project in Soc Stu! much tanks muchy luv!
Charlotte B. Raymundo wrote:
Tuesday, 14 December 2004 21:02:43 PHT
This page is good, and will be best if you will place the older money of the Philippine.
Noel wrote:
Thursday, 9 December 2004 15:28:47 PHT
I have in my posession about 1,000++ One(1) peso Coins -assorted 1972 and 1974. I am looking for a buyer. Any takers?
Jezah wrote:
Saturday, 27 November 2004 20:00:39 PHT
Hi! I would like to know the "real" five peso coin.Here in Lanao del Norte had found out that many 5 peso coins are FAKE. How can we distinguish it? Does a 5 peso coins have distinctive marks/ under the Emilio Aguinaldo shirt? Plss.. Help us... Coz not only a hundred but a thousands of coins. Kindly e-mail your answers. Thanks!!!
Marita l. Apolonio wrote:
Friday, 26 November 2004 12:14:09 PHT
May I know the Philippine coins from 1980 to 1995.
May ratchel wrote:
Thursday, 18 November 2004 09:14:42 PHT
Thursday 18, 2003 9:23 am hi! i need ur help if its ok! cause i need the money bills during the time of Manuel L. Quezon and there currency if its ok if its right now cause i badly need it thanks
Dyrol Amorganda wrote:
Wednesday, 17 November 2004 11:54:43 PHT
Hi,can you e-mail to me the pictures of phil. coin series 1903,1904,1905 & 1906 please? thanks
Teri Nickel wrote:
Friday, 12 November 2004 01:31:45 PHT
My Dad found a 1907 Filipinas Peso that he brought back while he was in the Navy. Just curious if there is any value? Teri Nickel TeriNickel@aol.com
Melva Grace wrote:
Thursday, 11 November 2004 12:06:21 PHT
Good p.m. I need a drawing of 5cts.,P1,P5 & P10 coins. if you have, Pls. send me we need for our test questionaire. Thank You.
Randolf casiño wrote:
Sunday, 7 November 2004 13:40:19 PHT
I have many 1 centacos oold coin. may i ask whether it can be exchange to money now. This is my email ad. ron_165@yahoo.com
Jules Flores wrote:
Tuesday, 2 November 2004 16:41:34 PHT
Hi! I have coins dated 1940'S and 1918. Where can I sell it? And how much?

You could try ebay, or just a local coin dealer. The amount depends very much on what you have, need at least scans of front and back to be able to give any indication.--Jeroen.

Jason wrote:
Thursday, 28 October 2004 00:00:25 PHT
What happened to the octagon 2 peso coin? When I lived in the Philippines that was my favorite coin. Let me know. Thanks
Ning wrote:
Friday, 22 October 2004 12:51:16 PHT
I have an old coin. Just wanna know where can i sell it here in the Philippines.
Ray wrote:
Thursday, 21 October 2004 15:31:57 PHT
I have 40 pieces of 1972 and 1974 one peso Rizal head.. do you have any idea how much each peso coin cost? This is my email: augray17@yahoo.com
Randy del Mundo wrote:
Wednesday, 13 October 2004 23:08:57 PHT
Hello anyone willing to trade or swap some old coins. like an 1908 one peso, half peso, ten centavos , etc. also anyone who an idea about the Isabel coin dated 1847??? how can i know the genuine 1877 and 1859 US dollar?
NAP wrote:
Friday, 17 September 2004 14:54:17 PHT
I have a 1 piece of 1 peso 1907 philippine coin, I want to know how much it cost and I am willing to sell it.

This very much depends on the quality. Similar coins are offered for sale at USD 25 here, but I think they can also be easily had at about $10. In the Philippines, prices will probably not reach such levels, and, if I where in the Philippines (which I am currently not), will probably be willing to pay about 250 pesos for a good quality piece.--Jeroen.

Emie wrote:
Thursday, 16 September 2004 18:13:10 PHT
The article is quite informative and well research. Can anybody tell me if old coins date back to American and Japanese time have any value? I got it from my uncle as he used to collect these coins. Kindly contact me in my e-mail if you have info.

Thanks, Emie

They have collector's value. How much very much depends on their scarcity (most American or Japanese era coins or notes are not really scarce), quality, and a bit of luck in finding a collector willing to pay a good price. Really rare Philippine coins are those of the First Republic, minted about 1898. These can fetch very high prices. Also Spanish era coins specifically made for the Philippines are not very common.--Jeroen.

Rose wrote:
Friday, 10 September 2004 21:49:08 PHT
I don't have any comment. I can't say anything!!!! Its very helpful..... Thanks a lot and god bless.............
Ara wrote:
Wednesday, 8 September 2004 10:33:16 PHT
I am interested in your coins. Can you send me a scan picture of this coins. Thank
Chung wrote:
Monday, 6 September 2004 17:19:07 PHT
Thanks Jeroen, I'll try to scan those coins... nextweek Hey anybody interested send me a email.... Hi. Just want to post something, I have very old coins dating back 1893 one is a US dollar with a label Filipinas other coins dating 1903, 1924, 1915..... my great grandmother pass this to us, and I just want to know if there is a value on it...coz im planning to sell it..
Katherine McBride wrote:
Thursday, 2 September 2004 07:46:13 PHT
While looking for quarters for the car wash, I discovered that I had, at first, what looked like a "DIRTY QUARTER!" It is a 1936 one centavo copper looking coin, that says Pilipinas, however, on the back United States of America with the eagle sitting on the American shield. It is not in great shape. The edges look like someone cut into them, however, you can plainly make every thing out. The emblem on the front is a man with a hammer of some sort and a valcano in the background. Is this the rare centavo you spoke about above in the article? feed back please.
Ara wrote:
Wednesday, 1 September 2004 18:13:31 PHT
hello Donnie Jacinto I am interested in Spanish Coins. Can I know your email add. Thank
Donnie Jacinto wrote:
Saturday, 28 August 2004 20:27:46 PHT
Anybody interested in Philippine coinage, I sell coins issued during Spanish dominion, American occupation, or Republic issues. Complete and comprehensive collection, rare and common dates, type sets, singles. Beginners are mostly welcome! Donnie Jacinto
Chung wrote:
Monday, 23 August 2004 11:06:55 PHT
Hi. Just want to post something, I have very old coins dating back 1893 one is a US dollar with a label Filipinas other coins dating 1903, 1924, 1915..... my great grandmother pass this to us, and I just want to know if there is a value on it...coz im planning to sell it..

Just look on ebay for what prices they are selling. Remember that condition is very important for the value of coins. A worn-out coin is worth just a fraction of a very nice specimen of the same type. So if you see a brand new coin looking selling for 10 dollars, it doesn't mean a worn out coin of the same year should fetch the same amount. Without seeing the coins, nobody can make an assement of their value.--Jeroen.

duane wrote:
Thursday, 19 August 2004 23:38:59 PHT
i have some 1972 & 1974 1 peso coins. what are the metal composition of these coins?
Donald Brown wrote:
Thursday, 19 August 2004 11:56:50 PHT
I was a finance clerk in McArthur's Headquarters in 1945 and 1946 in Manila. I remember one payday when we paid all troops in silver peso's at the rate of 2 per dollar. The peso's supposedly came from a barge raised off Correigdor that the Japanese failed to locate. Also when Correigdor was freed a considerable about of money and pay records were recovered from a tunnel which was partially destroyed by our troops before surrender. The paper peso was worth very little in buying power except at our limited PX. Inflation was very high at that time. I remember the old Philippine Mint building on the river thet seved in part as an army refrigeration unit my first assignment. We also paid civilain contractors who supplied fresh food to the army. In early 1946 we received many boxes of freshly minted 1, 5, 10, 25, and 50 centavo coins which we put in circulation by paying these contractors. This may have helped to cool down the inflation and give some strength to the peso. I had one of the silver peso's salvaged from the barge but lost it. Is there any source for these old coins as I would like to get one for my collection?

Your article on the money was great.

Thank you very much for your first hand information. I located a sea-salvaged peso of 1936 on ebay, at the time of writing with a $10.50 bid on it.--Jeroen.

tzai wrote:
Friday, 6 August 2004 18:22:56 PHT
I want to sell my philippine coins under US sovereignty. You can e-mail me if you are interested.
Wayne wrote:
Thursday, 5 August 2004 02:58:48 PHT
I accidentally received a 1 piso coin mistakenly thought to be an american quarter. It appears the value of this coin is about 2 cents. Is this correct? Thanks for your help. Wayne

A trifle less than 2 cents, that is, if it is a current coin. Just keep it as a souvenir.--Jeroen.

Kristian Jensen wrote:
Tuesday, 3 August 2004 21:49:41 PHT
First, my opinion regarding the Philippine currency system. I think it is about time to abolish the centavo denominations in the Filipino currency system, so that only the peso will be used in accounts. The centavo denominations are completely useless. This would not be so unusual. As recent as last year, Iceland has abolished its eyrir denomination so that only the krona is used.

BTW, could you give more info on Philippine currency during Hispanic times? All I know is that during the 19th century Philippines: 1 Peso de la plata fuerte = 8 reales = 160 cuartos.

It would also be interesting to read a description of how money in the past has affected the Filipino language today. For instance, "kwarta" presumably comes from the old cuarto denomination, and "sueldo" presumably comes from the Spanish equivalent of the old roman solidi denomination.

Otherwise, this is a very informative page.

I agree the one, five, and ten centavo are useless; the 25 centavo is only marginally useful, but abolishing it would drive up some prices, such as jeepney fares. I would rather see more notes being converted into coins: having a 20 peso coin for normal circulation would reduce the number of quickly wearing-out notes in circulation. You have to remember, however, that although the exchange rate of the Peso is 55 against the dollar, the purchasing power parity rate is more in the area of 15 to the dollar. (Which means that you can buy about 4 times as much for your US dollars in the Philippines than in the US). Here in Europe, we have coins of upto 2 euros (135 pesos), and discussing about abolishing the 1 and 2 cent coins (1.35 peso and 2.70 pesos). I will research your further questions about the Spanish era monetary situation, but it was rather complex, with few coins being explicitly made for the colony.--Jeroen

Jan wrote:
Tuesday, 3 August 2004 20:41:48 PHT
Paano ba gingwa ang coins? what are the procedures?
Lensky wrote:
Tuesday, 3 August 2004 17:45:55 PHT
Hirap tlga magcollect..pro ung friend ko bngay nya lng sken ung OLD TWENTY PESO BILL nya under DIOSDADO MACAPAGAL administration pa... I'm selling it pala... Those hu r interested email me lng for ur offers... lentot_13@yahoo.com
Gem wrote:
Thursday, 22 July 2004 17:20:32 PHT
Ang hrap mag-collect ng mga old coins! pro mdmi ndn nmn me ncollect pti old notes. Sna mkhnap pko ng iba!
amboy wrote:
Tuesday, 20 July 2004 16:32:36 PHT
How does the Phil. coin is made? Additional.....paano ginagawa ang pera ng Pilipinas?mayroon bang batas na dapat sundin?
Cesgirl82 wrote:
Thursday, 15 July 2004 05:50:20 PHT
Plese discuss briefly the history of the old coins currency in the Philippines and the latest one...tnx
Maydel dayanghirang wrote:
Monday, 12 July 2004 19:22:15 PHT
Paki-discuss naman yung pagkakaiba ng coinage noon at gayon.
Tza wrote:
Saturday, 10 July 2004 11:12:16 PHT
How much ba talaga ung 1910 ten centavo coin? At ilan lang ba talaga ang na-mint noon?
jher_800 wrote:
Thursday, 24 June 2004 23:06:06 PHT
hrp itrace bak ung mga first coins ntn...sna mron nun..kc we need e.wla b tlga jn? bka mron dn kc we nid the old coins 2 d presnt..pro tnks p rn sa info.
Nevoj nav wrote:
Wednesday, 28 April 2004 18:05:36 PHT
hrap nman mgsearch ng early & modern forms of money!!!! at ung future money!!!! pro my na22nan dn nman me. khit pano my nkuha me info. thanks nrin khit hindi....

Since we don't all understand texting language: "hirap naman magserach ng early and modern forms of money! unang future money! pero may natotonan din naman kami. Kahit pano may nakuhu me information. Thanks narin kahit hindi..."--Jeroen.

gloi wrote:
Monday, 26 April 2004 10:26:09 PHT
sna andito rin ung philippine banknotes and coins after japanese war. kailangan kasi namin un eh. tnx. may nakuha dn nmn aq kht pano eh.
Abegail wrote:
Wednesday, 21 April 2004 19:30:27 PHT
More information please... sana meron din ung mga old notes and coins.. tnks!
Matthew wrote:
Wednesday, 21 April 2004 07:41:44 PHT
This article helped me so much in my research of Philippine Money! THANKS
jonathan wrote:
Thursday, 18 March 2004 22:25:17 PHT
Thank's for the information.
wyatt hopkins wrote:
Wednesday, 17 March 2004 11:33:50 PHT
It is very interesting and unique!!! Thanks for helping me on my world fair report on the Philippine Islands!!!
Ramgel Marquez wrote:
Friday, 12 March 2004 13:23:38 PHT
Can you also show all the old coins and their history, composition, anything that can be useful. Thank you, this site is so helpful for begginer collector like me.
Badong wrote:
Saturday, 6 March 2004 11:36:16 PHT
Salamat, may project na ko, salamat.
J. DAVIS wrote:
Tuesday, 10 February 2004 06:06:24 PHT
I DO NOT HAVE A COIN BUT FOUND IN OLD LETTER WRITTEN DURING THE WAR, 1945. A PAPER FIVE PESOS THAT SAYS "THE JAPANESE GOVERNMENT" ON THE FRONT AND IS NUMBERED. WHERE CAN I FIND INFORMATION ABOUT THIS?
jerard wrote:
Tuesday, 27 January 2004 18:48:33 PHT
ANG LUPIT!!!!!!
may anne wrote:
Saturday, 24 January 2004 11:44:30 PHT
thanks po sa info...im very thankful to this site coz i can have my project submitted
rovin wrote:
Thursday, 22 January 2004 16:41:41 PHT
thanks sa site its a great help to us students.
Clayton Elmer Caño wrote:
Friday, 16 January 2004 22:00:10 PHT
I like this site very much! co'z until now nag-iisip ako kung meron pa bang ibang pera ang pinas noon.I like the money style dollar. sana inabot ko yun. then ang laki ng tulong ng site na ito dahil nagamit ng mga bro. & Sis ko sa project nila. Thanx sa mga gumawa ng site na ito!
cj:) wrote:
Saturday, 10 January 2004 13:02:00 PHT
very informative, great help to my kids project. tnx!
joanne soliven wrote:
Friday, 9 January 2004 21:03:52 PHT
ui...thank talaga...kanina pa me nghahanap ng evolution of phi.money....ganda ng site nio...thanks ulit...:)
jc gee wrote:
Monday, 5 January 2004 21:18:18 PHT
ui salamat sa site nio, i learned a lot... nakakuha pa ako ng assignment.. ehhe.
kat wrote:
Tuesday, 30 December 2003 09:20:59 PHT
its a nyc syt! very informative. im doin my projct now, i hope u wud add more pix of old coins and old paper moneys.. its kinda limited.. nyweis, i hope der will be more syts like this.. kip up!
Leonov wrote:
Monday, 29 December 2003 16:34:59 PHT
Wala lang akong magawa!!!
Betty Boop wrote:
Tuesday, 16 December 2003 17:50:07 PHT
This page helped me a lot in fulfilling my project! hope the government establish more webpages same as this one... Again, thanks a lot!!! I think the ten peso coin is the cutest among the Philippine coins...

This is not a government site, but it does attempt to provide some practical information that is valuable or interesting for visitors of the Philippines.--Jeroen.

lora oxales wrote:
Monday, 24 November 2003 20:00:47 PHT
tnx alot! this page helped me alot on knowing the philippines history of money and other culteral things... thanks again!!!
kazganja wrote:
Friday, 21 November 2003 13:29:34 PHT
Oist! grabe talaga 'tong website nyo. as in super duper complete talaga. thanks so much!! it helped me a lot!:)
kazganja wrote:
Friday, 21 November 2003 13:29:23 PHT
Oist! grabe talaga 'tong website nyo. as in super duper complete talaga. thanks so much!! it helped me a lot!:)
A Visitor wrote:
Friday, 7 November 2003 17:34:44 PHT
This website is very complete! Had a hard time looking for this page
Anna Karenina wrote:
Thursday, 16 October 2003 09:49:35 PHT
I hadn't had a hard time looking for this page, thanks! Hope it would always be updated... and I hope other culture would be able to appreciate it also...:)
Mariane Bautista wrote:
Sunday, 12 October 2003 12:02:49 PHT
Very helpful for our project thanks!
Aprille Mae wrote:
Saturday, 11 October 2003 22:54:39 PHT
Nice...enough to complete my research for Atty. Amurao..he he
shurna wrote:
Saturday, 11 October 2003 15:59:21 PHT
ei,wag na kau magsearch here, super tagal, kulang pa! anywayz, tnx...hehe..
Qwinzes78 wrote:
Tuesday, 7 October 2003 18:26:31 PHT
hey! thank you very much! Malaking tulong ito sa pRoJeCt ko! grabeh... nandito lang pa la lahat! THANKS ALOT! MORE POWER! KEEP IT UP!
Amani (Xiang Zao Quai) wrote:
Saturday, 6 September 2003 12:53:59 PHT
this site is great, it help my project in Araling Panlipunan so much because im having a hard time in research about the Philippine money & also the pictures of it. Thanks!

Hmmmm...., it is great if people get materials from here for their school projects, but please do not copy the material completely and submit it as your own work.--Jeroen.

Hannah wrote:
Tuesday, 2 September 2003 16:29:12 PHT
Thanks SO MUCH!! My school project is due tomorrow and i have nothing on anything, but you have every thing! Thanks again!!!! ( your my life saver! )
Gilbert wrote:
Monday, 14 July 2003 16:10:15 PHT
Your site is very informative at the same time visually comprehensive, I just hope you can find resources for older PhP coins (aS IN the Dos Mundos and the Piloncitos) and bills (from Pre Hispanic) and post them on the site. Vut anyway, your site is a great resource for projects. Galing! GoPinoy!
Apple wrote:
Thursday, 3 July 2003 20:52:45 PHT
Thanks a lot! You really saved my life and my diploma. I have this major project about Philippine Currency and I didn't find any other sites as helpful as this one. Two thumbs up!!! Keep it up!!!!
MicheLLe_21 wrote:
Monday, 23 June 2003 12:15:36 PHT
This web site is really helpful. Thanks to www.bohol.ph!!! Ur a great help to us students... more power!
Qtpches wrote:
Wednesday, 30 April 2003 18:11:07 PHT
Hi there, you have an awesome web site. Thank you for sharing all your great info with the rest of the world. I received a 1972 piso from a friend and I have never seen anything like it until now but I would like to learn more on it, can you help me?

They are quite big, still called peso, and you could buy a lot more with them at that time than a piso will buy you today. These coins are still very common (in collector's terms), so not worth that much. Look out for Pesos from the American era, these are nice and more difficult to obtain. Spanish Era coins are quite scarce, since at that time the Philippines had less than one tenth of its current population, and was very much undevelopped. I will try to obtain pictures here of all of these.--Jeroen.

I luv apple @->- wrote:
Monday, 28 April 2003 15:16:13 PHT
This site is wonderful, It's very useful for me. Especially the Philippine currency part. I like it very much. Average 1 - 10 rank 9.5
Gardenia wrote:
Sunday, 6 April 2003 15:13:44 PHT
Info on your web site on the exchange rate has allowed us to complete our class project. We got more info on your other page about the peso bills. What a big help for us. It has given us a better understanding of the Philippine money.
Carlo wrote:
Thursday, 20 March 2003 15:48:58 PHT
Sana huwag na kayong magpalit ng pera para hindi nakaka-confuse.
Bernard Kaibigan wrote:
Saturday, 15 March 2003 22:48:54 PHT
I'm so thankful that this site has been made for the benefit of many people. This site has so many purposes. Actually, my project is in this site already. Thank you very much. I hope that you will continue to support students' quest for knowledge and excellence. Thanks a lot!!!
gritela and gretel (no joke to) wrote:
Thursday, 13 March 2003 19:08:52 PHT
kala nyo kayo lang.. kami rin MAY PROJECT NA!! pro kulang! wlang OLD COINS... waaah... lagyan nyo naman... :(
DEBZ wrote:
Thursday, 13 March 2003 18:39:48 PHT
Thanks po my project na kami YAHOOOOOOOO.
Ricky wrote:
Saturday, 1 March 2003 17:33:29 PHT
Your article about Philippine money really helps me in doing my project for the Evolution of Philippine Peso. Wish you could also add the different paper bills of other countries.

I've added some more information that will help you complete your project.--Jeroen.

Shiny Soriano wrote:
Wednesday, 26 February 2003 20:53:04 PHT
Feeling mo mark? well its nice to see the philippine money here.
Mark Audwin Reyes wrote:
Friday, 21 February 2003 05:32:00 PHT
Ei classmates maganda rito papasikatin ko ang section natin sa buong mundo IV-7
Rendon Andrade wrote:
Saturday, 15 February 2003 17:07:39 PHT
Who ever the person or group of persons behind this wonderful website, sir, I salute you!!!
Aj Matildo wrote:
Saturday, 15 February 2003 17:05:21 PHT
I found this website to be very useful and I even made a demostsrtion of some of our currencies to my teacher here in Kuwait.
Angelo wrote:
Sunday, 9 February 2003 15:32:00 PHT
wow! galing nyo! may project nako
Sharon Divinagracia wrote:
Friday, 31 January 2003 14:44:44 PHT
Your website is very useful. At least now I can present to the kids the different Philippine coins and bills without bringing it to class.
jay wrote:
Tuesday, 28 January 2003 17:33:53 PHT
Can you include the old coins?I need those pictures for my project and you're the only one I can depend on.
karen merel wrote:
Tuesday, 21 January 2003 18:25:51 PHT
it's useful!!! in fact, this is included in my project in araling panlipunan!!! ty.............!!!
Daryl wrote:
Monday, 6 January 2003 20:11:43 PHT
Do you have any older coins?

Yes, but still have to get them out and scan them. -- Jeroen.

empi wrote:
Monday, 6 January 2003 20:03:41 PHT
thanks!!!!
hil wrote:
Monday, 6 January 2003 20:00:51 PHT
It's useful in my project, tnx! Can you please have the pictures for older coins? Thanks again!
meteor wrote:
Saturday, 4 January 2003 19:45:36 PHT
There's nothing on the net that gives full info on pinoy coins and bills like your website!

Thanks, and that isn't even our main subject. We just try to give some practical information to visitors. -- Jeroen.

Hiljefal wrote:
Friday, 3 January 2003 12:42:48 PHT
It's great! Thanks for the info, can you add more info about the coins? :)

As soon as we get it... -- Jeroen.

Anabelle wrote:
Thursday, 2 January 2003 16:34:32 PHT
Im really thankful about this site, it helps me research about my sisters project in just 5 minutes! It really saves time and effort without having to dig into "history articles". Many thanks!
Dexter D Cruz wrote:
Friday, 13 December 2002 18:26:13 PHT
Cute and beautiful
clueless filipina wrote:
Monday, 9 December 2002 02:01:43 PHT
You guys saved my life wihout this site I would not have been anle to turn in my project on Philippines exchange rate and currency cauz if I didnt I wouldn't be typing this right now!
lolong wrote:
Saturday, 7 December 2002 14:51:22 PHT
Can you include the components of the coins. What is the coin made of.

Can you include the new 10 piso coin? I want to see what it looks like. Thanks.

Just have look now! -- Jeroen.

Kathy wrote:
Friday, 6 December 2002 08:42:10 PHT
Im really really thankful that you come up w/ this site it really helps us! But can you please add some article about how & when the philippine money started. Thanks!
Bernadette Lu wrote:
Wednesday, 20 November 2002 11:21:04 PHT
This is great, u guys helped me on my Philippines Asia Textbook.
Janelle wrote:
Wednesday, 20 November 2002 08:35:56 PHT
I think this sight is very useful. I went to the Philippines, Bohol earlier this year and I wasn't sure what to use while I was shopping. I made a complete fool of myself when I didn't give them enough money. Thank you!
Donna wrote:
Thursday, 24 October 2002 23:16:12 PHT
This site is very useful! Especially this portion, the Philippine coins and notes. I have used it in our project. Without this site, maybe I will not be able to submit my project. Thanks!!
Dean wrote:
Saturday, 12 October 2002 17:53:29 PHT
This website is really very useful. I need the pictures of these coins because this is my current lesson for my kindergarten students. This site really is informative as well. Thanks.
Resa wrote:
Sunday, 29 September 2002 14:44:03 PHT
Your article of Philippine money is very useful for the upcoming International Day at Dahran Academy here is Saudi Arabia. This is the only website where I found the specific and detailed facts I was looking for.
Jose Emerald Revalde wrote:
Thursday, 29 August 2002 22:46:03 PHT
Can you please add to your web site the evolution of Philippine money. (flora and fauna)

We will be adding more historical coins as we can get hold of them. We have a small collection already, but especially the older (early American period and Spanish era) coins are hard to come by. If anybody has such coins, we will be very happy to receive scans of them. --- Jeroen.

Chiqui Bicierro wrote:
Wednesday, 3 July 2002 21:24:41 PHT
Your article about Philippine coins is very useful for my brother's project. Wish you could also write and feature different Philippine bills.

Just look at our Money page! -- Jeroen.

Noel Galvez wrote:
Tuesday, 2 July 2002 21:01:37 PHT
Were there 10-centavo coins issued in 1998?

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