Zimbabwe 50 Trillion Dollar | P-90
The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe started issuing Zimbabwe 50 Trillion at the same time with the Zimbabwe 100 Trillion denomination in 30 July 2008 . This is the 2nd highest denomination note ever printed . Below is the detail.
Grade: Uncirculated (Brand New)
Denomination: 50 Trillion
Currency Name: Zimbabwean Dollar (ZWN)
Paper Type: Lined Paper
Dimensions: 148mm x 74 mm
Color: Teal (A blue-green colour)
Security Features: Security features visible from the front include Optically Variable Ink was used in serial number , special green ink dots that glow on the front and back side when exposed to UV light. The “RBZ” strip and Zimbabwe Bird visible blue color.
Obverse: Features rock formations unique to Zimbabwe. The Chiremba Balancing Rocks in Epworth, Harare, as same as any Zimbabwe Banknotes.
Reverse: The back depicts The Kariba Dam is a double curvature concrete arch dam in the Kariba Gorge of the Zambezi river basin between Zambia and Zimbabwe and beside and The African elephant.
After individually inspecting the security features of each Zimbabwe Trillion banknotes by eyes and under UV light . Our banknotes are guaranteed to be in the graded condition listed, and to be 100% Authentic Genuine Zimbabwe banknotes, issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.
Please notes : When Zimbabwe officially abandoned their currency. Until now, these 50 Trillion Zimbabwe Dollars banknotes are no longer valid. They are considered collectible/novelty items only.
These 50 Trillion Zimbabwe Dollars will make a great addition to any collection or would be an ideal gift based on its uniqueness . These notes are the highest denomination banknotes ever printed, making them popular with collectors or great gift items. Add some of these neat conversation pieces to your cart today!
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