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  1. Join Date
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    #31
    Quote Originally Posted by valvura View Post
    wala na Gloria Avoyo?
    I mean ArroVo...hehehe. Indonesia for one has plastic Rupiahs for 100,000 & 50,000 since 10 years ago. Seems hindi puede magusot at madali mabura ang markings.

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    #32
    Quote Originally Posted by navigator2377 View Post
    Sayang, sana ginaya na lang ng gov natin na polymer. Para kahit malabahan sa W.machine eh intact pa rin.. At para mahirap i-counterfeit.. I'm sure, walang imposible sa mga counterfeiters!! sila pa! hmm

    But anyway, ang ganda ng new peso bills!! [SIZE=3]mabango lalo na kapag bago[/SIZE], lalo na sa mga inaanak, patok iyan tiyak!
    para sakin ang baho ng pera lalo na yung malutong, lagi ako nahahatching at sakit sa ilong pag nakakaamoy ako.

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    #33
    di pa nga nare-release....

    http://www.abs-cbnnews.com/business/...new-peso-bills

    MANILA, Philippines - Geographically-challenged Philippine maps and a rare parrot with the wrong-colored beak have perturbed the country after the central bank rolled out error-filled new editions of its peso bills.
    The new-generation banknotes, rolled out earlier this month and containing the signature of President Benigno Aquino who took office this year, bombed spectacularly in the graphics department, critics say.

    The reverse side of the new 500-peso (11 dollar) bill features a rare native bird, the blue-naped parrot, with its red beak incorrectly rendered in yellow and the tail feathers underneath coloured green instead of yellow.

    A map on the bill -- which also carries portraits of Aquino's late parents -- mislocates Saint Paul's, a subterranean river that is designated as a UNESCO world heritage site.

    "Yes, they have made a very big booboo on the parrot," said Jon Villasper, a cartographer who is also a member of the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines.

    "Aside from that, they misplaced Tubbataha reef by around 400 kilometres and Batanes is not on the map. I believe they also misplaced Saint Paul’s subterranean river," he told AFP by email.

    Printed on the 1,000-peso bill is a map locating the Tubbataha Reef Marine Park, another prized Philippine UNESCO world heritage site, on or near Malaysian territorial waters.

    The map of the Philippines which features on six different bills re-draws the country's territory to place its northern limit 150 kilometres south of the actual line and exclude the Batanes island group.

    Ghelynne Avril del Rosario, a Manila lawyer, said the mistakes echoed a re-branding campaign by the tourism ministry that was withdrawn last month amid charges that its slogan was forgettable, it plagiarised Poland's campaign and the URL of its website was close to that of a ****ographic site.

    Like the campaign, the bills are now fodder for ridicule on Internet social networking sites, Rosario told AFP.

    "Just like scrapping the 'Pilipinas Kay Ganda' (Philippines What a Beauty) slogan, let's scrap the new peso notes as well!" she said.

    Central bank spokeswoman Fe de la Cruz acknowledged the criticism, but said space constraints limited the artist's room for manoeuvre.

    "In choosing the design..., we are always guided by our commitment to enrich the appreciation and knowledge of the Filipinos we honour on our banknotes, as well as the unique sites and species our country should be proud of," she said.

    "For our banknotes we used an artist's rendition of the Philippine map that by virtue of space and aesthetics does not reflect all of our islands and the precise coordinates of each site," she told AFP.

    "Nevetheless, we appreciate constructive comments and we will take these into account moving forward."
    It was not the first time the central bank has been left red-faced over currency design. It was forced in 2005 to withdraw bills that misspelled the name of Gloria Arroyo, Aquino's predecessor as president.

    The bill, which called her Gloria Arrovo, became a much sought-after collectors' item.

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    #34
    At least with all the error, the first releases may become a collector's item...

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    #35
    medyo kakasawa na yung bloopers
    Damn, son! Where'd you find this?

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    #36
    Gawa kasi sa pulp paper pera natin.

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    #37
    Collectors item...hmmmm makapagpareserve na sa bangko...


    Cory's gov't puro disaster...
    Pnoy's gov't puro bloopers.

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    #38
    Geographical errors on new peso bill designs

    http://www.gmanews.tv/story/208659/g...o-bill-designs

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    #39
    Mayroon na ako nito!Ganda ng pagkakaprint ng pera!

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    #40
    ^Saan galing?

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