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Zimbabwe 10,000 Dollars Banknote, 2008, P-72, Damaged

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Zimbabwe 10,000 Dollars banknote from 2008 has a pick number P-72, is in damaged condition, and features the Chiremba Rocks.


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    ZIMB72C-DAM
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    Damaged
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Category: Banknotes
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This damaged 10,000 Zimbabwean dollar note is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe. It is a brown note that is dated 2008, bears the signature of Dr. Gideon Gono, and measures 153 mm x 76 mm. Its obverse side features the Chiremba Balancing Rocks from Epworth. Its reverse side shows a harvester and a tractor. Security features include a windowed security thread and a Type C watermark of a Zimbabwe bird with an electrotype 1000. The note was demonetized in 2015.

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