1921 USA-Philippines Fifty Centavos

The 1921 Philippine Fifty Centavos was struck at the Philadelphia mint and had a mintage 2,317,000.

This type was struck for the Philippines between 1907 to 1921. It superseded a larger fifty centavos struck 1903-06. The Philadelphia mint struck this type 1907-08 and 1920-21 and the San Francisco mint struck this type 1907-09, 1917-19.

1921 Philippine Fifty Centavos

This coin is graded MS 63 by NGC

Catalog: KM-171
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.7500
Weight: 10.0000g

1964 Philippine Peso – Apolinario Mabini

This Commemorative Philippines 1 Peso Silver Coin was made to honor the 100 year anniversary of the birth of Apolinario Mabini. Each coin has an actual silver weight of .7523 ounces of pure silver and measures 38 mm in diameter. Only 100,000 of these coins were ever minted.

1964 Philippine Peso

This specimen is graded MS 64 by NGC

1930 Ten Centavos – Culion

1930 Ten Centavo coin from the Culion Leper Colony Island.

I got this coin on a good deal from eBay. It’s always a gamble buying raw coins from eBay as most of the culion coins there have either been cleaned or have some kind of environmental damage. This coin looked ok to me though so I took a chance and it paid off. I sent it in to NGC for grading and it came back VF 25.

1930 10 centavos

1903 US-Philippines 1 Peso

The 1903 Philippine Peso was struck at both the Philadelphia and San Francisco mint.

This specimen is struck at Philadelphia (which is the rarer of the two) and is graded AU58 by NGC.

  • Mintage: 2,791,000 Catalog: KM-168
  • Composition: Silver Fineness: 0.9000
  • Weight: 26.9568g

1903 US-Philippines 1 Peso