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Friday
Jul202001

sanctuary




[Update 10:02 a.m.] Thanks to those of you who suggested more info about the Japanese peso I had displayed in yesterday's Blatherings. It seems that the Japanese printed a peso currency when they were occupying the Phillipines during WWII. From our friend Andrew:



"The official currency of the Philippines is the 'Peso'. During World War II, the Japanese invaded the Philippines and occupied it from 1941 to 1945, installed a puppet republic, and issued currency in various denominations of centavos and pesos.


Here's a picture of various bills from someone's currency collection:

http://www.pillowrock.com/ronnie/mphilippines.htm


I don't think it's very valuable but it does look in good condition. You might want to check."


"Also see: http://www.open.org/~billnix/

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