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In December 1995, a new set of coins and notes was issued which carried the logo of the new BSP: 5- and 1-piso and 25-, 10-, 5- and 1-sentimo, with the aim of carrying out the demonetization of all previous series by Jan 2, 1998. On July 10, 2001, BSP issued the 10-piso coin for general circulation to commemorate its 8th anniversary.
Three main types of the obverse:
Die I - big thin script of legend, cogwheel with low teeth, the sun with narrow short rays
Die II - medium-thin script of legend, cogwheel with teeth of medium height, the sun with wide short rays
Die III - thick script of legend, "99" close, cogwheel with high teeth, the sun with long narrow rays
Logo of Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas (BSP) within circle and gear design, 1993 (date a new BSP was established) below.
BANGKO SENTRAL NG PILIPINAS
Depicts the portrait of Apolinario Mabini and Andres Bonifacio facing right with the denomination and mintmark, surrounded by the country name above and date below.
REPUBLIKA NG PILIPINAS