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This 100 piece pack of Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar Notes are uncirculated examples of the series. Notes ship in complete pack.
Order your 100 pack of 100 Trillion Dollar note today for only $2295.
What would you do with $10,000 trillion? When you order a 100 pack of Zimbabwe 100 trillion dollar notes from Provident Metals, you can teach your loved ones an important lesson about inflation — or wow your friends with piles of cash.
This is the largest denomination of the now-defunct inflationary currency used in Zimbabwe in the 1990s and early 2000s. The front of the note reads "100000000000000 Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe" and "I promise to pay the bearer on demand ONE HUNDRED TRILLION DOLLARS for the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe."
The note features a watermark of a cow on the far right, a large three-rock formation in the center, and the wording to the left. The banknote is colored with a mix of oranges and blues.
The reverse reads "Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe." It features the image of a wildebeest to the right and the world-famous Victoria Falls to the left.
Zimbabwe officials released 100 trillion bills as the culmination of a monetary policy that did nothing to curb inflation. During the worst of the hyperinflation from 1991-1996, prices for basic necessities could change several times a day, leading to a cascade of problems throughout the economy.
These bills are no longer produced — good news for the Zimbabwe people and collectors. In addition to making an excellent gag gift, these bills are popular reminders of the danger of uncontrolled fiscal policy, and the way it can make paper money worthless in a blink.
Order your 100 pack of Zimbabwe 100 trillion notes from Provident Metals today, and tell your friends you are a true trillionaire!