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These Zimbabwe 20 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 20 Trillion Dollar note today for as low as $3.95 each!
One of the largest value notes ever printed can be yours today with this 20 Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe Note from Provident Metals. The 20 Trillion Dollar Note was in circulation from January through April 2009, before the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe began using foreign currency instead of Zimbabwean dollars.
The 20 Trillion Notes feature the Chiremba Balancing Rocks on the obverse, which is a symbol of the development and preservation of the land. The Balancing Rocks are a natural occurrence near Epworth, Harare and the Matopos National Park that gained popularity when the Reserve Bank began using the image on their banknotes in 1987.
The reverse of each note in the series is an illustration separate from other denominations. The 20 Trillion Dollar Note displays an image of a miner and a grain silo.
Known for their value to collectors and novelty buyers, this historical note will be a unique addition to your portfolio or gift to the collector in your life. This uncirculated note ships in a currency sleeve that ensures its safety, appeal and lasting preservation.
Like the Chiremba Balancing Rocks, it’s only natural for you to want to own a piece of history, and now you can with the 20 Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe Note from Provident Metals.