100 Billion Zimbabwe Dollars Special Agro Cheque 2008 | P-64
In the late 2000s, Zimbabwe experienced a period of hyperinflation that was among the worst in modern history. The inflation rate skyrocketed to over 79.6 billion percent in November 2008, causing the value of the Zimbabwean dollar to plummet. To keep up with rising prices, the government printed higher denomination banknotes, including the infamous 100 billion dollar note.
In an effort to combat the economic crisis, the government also introduced "agro cheques" in denominations. These cheques were meant to be used to purchase agricultural products from farmers. However, they were also affected by hyperinflation and quickly became virtually worthless.
The agro cheques were supposed to provide a lifeline for Zimbabwean farmers who were struggling to sell their produce due to the country's economic turmoil. But the hyperinflation made it impossible for them to buy anything with the cheques.
Please notes: When Zimbabwe officially abandoned their currency in 2009's. Until now, these Zimbabwe banknotes are no longer valid. They are considered collectible/novelty items only.
Grade: Circulated Condition( fold, tear, crease, pinhole, and writing might exist)
Denomination: 100 Billion
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