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These Zimbabwe 100 Trillion Dollar Notes are uncirculated examples of the series, and each note ships in an archival safe currency sleeve to ensure lasting preservation!
Order your 100 Trillion Dollar note today for as low as $24.95 each!
You can be the proud owner of 100 trillion dollars today with the 100 Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe Note from Provident Metals. The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe printed the 100 Trillion Dollar Note as the highest denomination of Zimbabwean dollars.
The obverse features the Chiremba Balancing Rocks, which symbolizes the preservation of the fragile environment and the importance of development, its value and the words “Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.” Victoria Falls on the Zambezi River and a water buffalo are displayed on the reverse.
Released in January 2009, the Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe notes were quickly suspended as the legal tender in April of 2009 as the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe turned to the South African rand, U.S. dollar, euro and more for all transactions.
The 100 Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe Note was the largest face value bill in history and was printed as a convenience for the people. Now, it’s convenient for you to buy the uncirculated banknotes from Provident Metals as a single or in bulk. Each note ships in an archival safe currency sleeve to maintain its condition and appeal.
Be the trillionaire you’ve always wanted to be with this collectors item and order your 100 Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe Note from Provident Metals today.