2008 Zimbabwe $100 Trillion Dollar Banknote - Hyperinflation Issue
One of the most highly sought-after of all the Zimbabwe banknotes.
Between September 1, 2008 and February 2, 2009, the country of Zimbabwe underwent a rapid period of hyperinflation. The most notable and the most remarkable effect of this inflation was how it impacted the denomination of currencies being printed by The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. Over the course of six months, the Bank issued 21 denominations of banknotes.
With inflation out of control, the Bank made one final attempt to save its currency. On February 2, 2009, the third Zimbabwe dollar was replaced with the fourth dollar reform at a rate of 1,000,000,000 to 1. For convience, the Bank printed a new batch of banknotes that remain to this day, the largest denominations ever printed: $100 trillion, $50 trillion, $20 trillion, and $10 trillion.
* GEM Uncirculated condition
* Largest denomination banknote ever printed.
* Short issue period. Low print run.
* The 2008 Zimbabwe $100 Trillion Banknote is very hard to find in uncirculated condition.
The obverse of the bill features the Chiremba balanced rock formation.
The reverse of the bill features the Victoria Falls and a water buffalo.
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