Philippines One Peso Treasury Certificate 1941

Philippines banknotes 1 Peso Treasury Certificate 1941
1941 1 Peso Treasury Certificate
Philippines paper money One Peso Treasury Certificate 1941
1941 One Peso Treasury Certificate
Philippines banknotes 1941 One Peso Treasury CertificateApolinario Mabini

Obverse: Portrait of Apolinario Mabini, seal of the Philippine-American Commonwealth.
Signatures: (as depicted) Manuel Quezon (President), A. S. de Leon (Treasurer).

Text: Treasury Certificate – By Authority Of An Act Of The Philippine Legislature Approved By The President Of The United States June 13, 1922 – This Certifies That There Has Been Deposited In The Treasury Of The – Philippines – One Peso – Payable To The Bearer On Demand – In Silver Pesos Or In Legal Tender Currency Of The United States Of Equivalent Value – Series 1941 – One Peso – Manila, Philippines – Mabini.

Apolinario Mabini y Maranan (July 23, 1864 — May 13, 1903) was a Filipino revolutionary leader, educator, lawyer, and statesman who served as the first Prime Minister of the Philippines, serving first under the Revolutionary Government, and then under the First Philippine Republic.
  Mabini performed all his revolutionary and governmental activities despite having lost the use of both his legs to Polio shortly before the Philippine Revolution of 1896.
  Mabini's role in Philippine history saw him confronting first Spanish Colonial Rule in the opening days of the Philippine Revolution, and then American colonial rule in the days of the Philippine–American War. The latter saw Mabini captured and exiled to Guam by American colonial authorities, allowed to return only two months before his eventual death in May, 1903.