Philippine one thousand peso bill

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One thousand pesos
(Philippines)
Value ₱1000
Width 160 mm
Height 66 mm
Security features Security fibers, Watermark, See-through mark, Concealed value, Security thread, Optically variable device, Optically variable ink
Paper type 80% Cotton
20% Abacá fiber
Years of printing 1944–1945; 1991–present
Obverse
New PHP1000 Banknote (Obverse).jpg
Design José Abad Santos, Vicente Lim, Josefa Llanes Escoda, Centennial celebration of Philippine independence, Order of Lakandula
Designer Studio 5 Designs[1]
Design date 2010
Reverse
New PHP1000 Banknote (Reverse).jpg
Design Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, South Sea pearl (Pinctada maxima), Mindanao design for Tinalak (Ikat-dyed abaca)
Designer Studio 5 Designs[2]
Design date 2010

The Philippine one thousand-peso bill (₱1000) is a denomination of Philippine currency. José Abad Santos, Vicente Lim, and Josefa Llanes Escoda are currently featured on the front side of the bill, while the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park and the South Sea pearl are featured on the reverse side.

Pre-independence history[edit]

Post-independence history[edit]

Commemorative issues[edit]

Throughout its existence, the one thousand peso bill have been overprinted to commemorate certain events, namely:

60 years of Central Banking commemorative bill[edit]

On July 9, 2009, the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas introduced 12 million banknotes (2 million banknotes for each denomination) with an overprint commemorating 60 years of central banking. The overprint appears on the watermark area on all six circulating denominations.

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