|Obverse side of the 1,000-peso bill, New Design / Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Series|
The reverse side of the New Design / Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) Series 1,000-peso bill has the Banawe Rice Terraces, the Manunggul jars, and the langgal (a type of house) on it.
|Reverse side of the 1,000-peso bill, New Design / BSP Series|
Now we proceed to the New Generation 1,000-peso banknotes.
|Obverse side 1,000-peso bill, New Generation Banknote series|
Aside from our heroes looking younger, it can be noticed that the obverse side bears images of the Centennial of Philippine Independence in 1998 and the Medal of Honor.
On the reverse side, we can see a snippet of the Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in Sulu Sea. The South Sea pearl, Pinctada maxima and the Mindanao design for tinalak (ikat-dyed abaca) also appears on the reverse side of the New Generation 1,000-peso banknote.
|Reverse side 1,000-peso bill, New Generation Banknote series|
(Note: The images are scanned from banknotes inside the blog author's wallet.)