WW2 World Currency - 10 Banknotes Used During The World War 2 by The Guerrilla (Philippines 1941-1945) - The Death Sentence Money, Certificate of Authenticity
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- History in your Hands – Extraordinary historical WW2 Memorabilia Collection of 10 Original Banknotes that have been part of the World War 2. On 7 December, 1941, the Japanese bombed the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor; the next day, they invaded the Philippines, a key American ally. As Japanese forces overran the Philippines, provincial governments became isolated from Manila and could no longer obtain currency to meet official or commercial requirements.
- Museum Monies – Expand your historical exhibit or display with money handled by real people around the globe during World War 2. President Quezon authorized the establishment of currency committees to emit notes to supplement or replace government treasury certificates. During the Japanese occupation, possession of Guerrilla money was forbidden on penalty of death.
- A unique World Currency Collection - The set includes banknotes issued in Bohol, Cagayan, Mindanao, Negros and Negros Occidental between the years 1941 and 1945. As these pieces are more than 80 years old, many of them are in a delicate state of conservation. Original and unique collector's pieces. The set was made possible by many years of collection around the world, by various specialized Fairs.
- Inspected by Experts – The banknotes you receive are carefully inspected by a member of the company's team of numismatic experts, which allows us to ensure the authenticity of each piece. The Banknotes and Album comes with a printed Certificate of Authenticity.