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What are Republika NG Pilipinas coins worth?

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Republika NG Philipinas coins are worth between 1 sentimo and 10 pesos Phillipines, but this depends on the coin. One Phillipine peso is worth 2 cents in American currency.

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What are Republika NG Pilipinas coins worth?
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There are seven types of NG Republika Philipinas coins available. They are worth 1, 5, 10 and 25 sentimos and 1, 5 and 10 pesos. The 1 through 10 sentimos coins are made from steel plated in bronze. The 25 sentimos coin is brass-plated steel. The one peso coin is nickel-plated steel. The 5 pesos coin is copper, nickel and zinc. Finally, the 10 pesos coin is made from cupronickel and aluminum bronze.

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