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These Zimbabwe 50 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 50 Trillion Dollar note today for as low as $2.75 each!
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to own 50 trillion dollars, wonder no more. Provident Metals is offering the 50 Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe Note, which was the second highest denomination of Zimbabwean dollars.
Like all notes in the series, the obverse displays the Chiremba Balancing Rocks, the words “Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe” and its value, along with a Zimbabwe bird. The Balancing Rocks are a natural occurrence and gained popularity after the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe used the illustration on its dollars. They were also used as part of the bank’s logo and represent the development and preservation of the environment.
The unique reverse features an African elephant and the Kariba Dam on the Zambezi River.
Each uncirculated note is available as a single or in bulk and will ship in a single, high-quality archival sleeve that ensures lasting preservation and appeal. Whether you’re a collector of currency or know this is the perfect gift for someone in your life, secure your 50 trillion today!
Not everyone can say they have held, or even owned, a trillion dollars. You can today with the 50 Trillion Dollar Zimbabwe Note from Provident Metals!