Series of 1912 Ten Silver Pesos from The Philippine Islands Note Value
Description: Even in poor condition, like the note pictured above, these 1912 pesos can still bring good money in the market. It’s common to see these notes in poor condition like this, but nicer examples do exist. Better condition examples will always bring a lot more money. George Washington is pictured at the center of each of these 1912 ten pesos silver certificates.
The United States printed about 3,200,000 of these banknotes for the Philippine Islands, which may seem like a lot but in the grand scheme of things, this is a small number. We pay top dollar for banknotes from The Philippine Islands. These banknotes are black and yellow, with a red seal and serial numbers.
At first glance, one may think this note was a United States note. While it is most definitely a Philippine banknote, it was printed by the United States Bureau of Engraving and Printing.
Value: Low-grade examples should be worth at least $100. We would pay over $500 for better condition examples.