The 100,000 Piso note, measuring 355.6 mm by 215.9 mm (14" x 8 1/2"), is accredited by the Guinness World Records
as the world's largest legal tender note in terms of size.
Front: The "Cry of Pugadlawin", when about 1,000 Filipino patriots led by
Andres Bonifacio gathered in Pugadlawin, on August 23, 1896. They tore up their
Spanish-issued residence certificates and yelled "Long live the Philippines",
signalling the start of a revolt against Spain.
Back: From the balcony of his house in Kawit, Cavite on June 12, 1898, General Emilio Aguinaldo displays the Philippine
flag to the crowd below and proclaims independence from Spain.
Only 1,000 of these notes were issued. Originally offered to collectors at a pre-issue price of 180,000 Piso (US$4175).
Scans courtesy of Ram Kumar.