Government of the Philippine Bond, 1922 30 Year, 4 1/2% Gold Loan of 1922 Due 1952 I/C Bond.

Currency:USD Category:Coins & Paper Money / Stock & Bond - Certificates Start Price:325.00 USD Estimated At:400.00 - 800.00 USD
Government of the Philippine Bond, 1922 30 Year, 4 1/2% Gold Loan of 1922 Due 1952 I/C Bond.

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Manila, Philippines (Issued in Washington, D.C.), $1000, 4 1/2% Gold Loan, Black on blue-green border, Seated allegorical woman at top, Speelman facsimile signature on bottom middle, 33 coupons attached to bottom and left side that are punch and ink cancelled, bond back has text "Act of Congress, Aug.29, 1916, July 21, 1921, May 31, 1922 - Coupon Bond Number 13073 - The Government of the Philippine Islands - 1000. Overall condition is fine to VF with toning on the bond section, the coupons on the bottom right corner are stained and have small tears, there is also toning on the left border of the coupons, multiple Punch cancels on the bond and a punch "VOID" cancel. Still very possibly the finest known as well as one of maybe two bonds known to the cataloger. This is a unique opportunity to obtain a historic bond that ties two major allies, the U.S. and the Philippines, and how the U.S. participated in establishing democracy for their ally. From a recent find in the Philippines. Bureau of Engraving and Printing without imprint. Printed by the B.E.P. and similar to U.S. Liberty Loan bonds printed from that time period.